Ahmednagar Tehsil Map


Ahmednagar Taluka Map

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*Ahmednagar Tehsil Map highlights the name and location of all the Talukas in Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra Disclaimer


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List of Taluka in Ahmadnagar District

Tehsil/Taluka NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Akola266,638414102
Jamkheda134,216413201
Karjat205,674414402
Kopargaon277,170423601
Nagar606,690414001
Nevasa326,698414603
Parner246,552414302
Pathardi214,872414102
Rahta288,279423107
Rahuri294,924413705
Sangamner441,439422605
Shevgaon203,676414502
Shrigonda277,356413701
Shrirampur256,458413709



Last Updated on : September 11, 2015





     


     

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