Aurangabad Tehsil Map


Aurangabad Taluka Map

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List of Taluka in Aurangabad District

Tehsil/Taluka NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Aurangabad1,165,567431001
Gangapur279,197431109
Kannad291,267431103
Khuldabad101,500431101
Paithan287,356431107
Phulambri131,327431111
Sillod291,056431112
Soegaon90,142431120
Vaijapur259,601423701



Last Updated on : September 11, 2015





     


     

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