Amravati Tehsil Map


Amravati Taluka Map

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Tehsil Map of Amravati Nagpur Wardha Yavatmal Washim Akola Buldhana MADHYA PRADESH
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*Amravati Tehsil Map highlights the name and location of all the Talukas in Amravati, Maharashtra. Disclaimer


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List of Taluka in Amravati District

Tehsil/Taluka NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Achalpur252,513444806
Amravati678,192444601
Anjangaon Surji150,384444728
Bhatkuli108,623444602
Chandur Railway90,645444904
Chandurbazar190,179444704
Chikhaldara95,561444807
Daryapur162,230444803
Dhamangaon Railway127,068444709
Dharni147,086444702
Morshi170,891444905
Nandgaon-Khandeshwar124,604444708
Teosa98,071444903
Warud211,113444906



Last Updated on : September 11, 2015





     


     

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