Ganjam Tehsil Map



Tehsil Map of Ganjam

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Tehsil Map of Ganjam Cuttack Khordha Nayagarh Puri Kandhamal Rayagada Gajapati ANDHRA PRADESH
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List of C.D. Block in Ganjam District

C.D. Block/Police Station NameTotal : Rural + Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Arjyapalli MarineN.AN.A
Asika192,442N.A
Badagada112,019761109
Bhanjanagar159,255761126
Brahmanpur Sadar120,560N.A
Brahmapur (M. Crop.)N.AN.A
Buguda157,789761118
ChamakhandiN.A761020
Chhatrapur181,964761020
DharakoteN.A761107
Digapahandi125,376761012
Gangapur144,922761013
GanjamN.A761026
Golanthara128,879761008
Gopalpur60,092761002
Hinjili143,234761102
Jagannath PrasadN.A761121
Jarada108,053761005
Kabisuryanagar205,429761104
Khalikote118,756761030
Kodala199,514761032
Nuagaon102,879761010
Patapur191,598761003
PolasaraN.A761105
Purusottampur147,746761018
Ramagiri10,063N.A
Rambha86,035761028
SeragadN.A761106
Surada78,438761108
Tarasingi77,800N.A



Last Updated on : September 12, 2015



     


     

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