Gadchiroli Tehsil Map


Gadchiroli Taluka Map

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Gadchiroli Tehsil Map Gondia Bhandara Nagpur Wardha Yavatmal Chandrapur TELANGANA CHHATTISGARH MADHYA PRADESH
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List of Taluka in Gadchiroli District

Tehsil/Taluka NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Aheri103,759442705
Armori90,846441208
Bhamragad31,679442710
Chamorshi165,514442603
Desaiganj76,154441207
Dhanora77,346442606
Etapalli70,627442704
Gadchiroli126,313442605
Korchi40,736441209
Kurkheda77,936441209
Mulchera39,611442707
Sironcha69,773442505



Last Updated on : September 11, 2015





     


     

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