Manipur Tehsil Map

District wise tehsil map of Manipur

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Manipur Tehsil Map Senapati East Imphal East Imphal Churachandpur Tamenglong Bishnupur West Imphal Thoubal Chandel Ukhrul NAGALAND ASSAM MIZORAM MYANMAR
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Sr. No.DistrictDistrict HQTehsil Name
1Imphal EastParompatParompat, Keirao Bitra, & Sawombung
2JiribamJiribamJiribam, Borobekra
3SenapatiSenapatiTadupi, Paomata, Purul, Wilong, Chilivai Phaibung, Tuijang Waichong, Song Song & Lairouching
4KangpokpiKangpokpiKangpokpi, Champhai, Saitu Gamphazol, Kangchup Geljang, Saikul, Lungtin, island & Bungte Chiru
5ThoubalThoubalThoubai & Lilong
6KakchingKakchingKakohirig & Waikhong
7ChandelChandelChandel, Chakpikarong & Khengjoy
8TerignoupalTerignoupalMachi, Moreh & Tengnoupal
9UkhrulUkhrulUkhrui, Lungchong-Maiphai, Chingai & Jessami
10KamjongKamjongKamjong, Sahamphung, Kasom Khuilen & Phungyar
11ChurachandpurChurachandpurChurachandpur, Sangaikot,Tuibuong, Mualnuam, Singngat, Henglep, Kangvai, Samulamlan, Saikot
12PherzawlPherzawlPherzawl, Thanlon, Parbung-Tipaimukh & Vangai Range
13TamenglongTamenglongTamenglong, Tamei, Tousem
14NoneyNoneyNungba, Khoupum, Longmei, Haochong
15BishnupurBishnupurBishnupur, Moirang, Nambol
16Imphal WestLamphelpatLamphelpat, Lamshang, Patsoi, Wangoi

Last Updated on : December 20, 2016



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