Sambalpur Tehsil Map



Tehsil Map of Sambalpur

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Tehsil Map of Sambalpur Jharsuguda Sundargarh Bargarh Balangir Subarnapur Boudh Angul Sebagarh CHHATTISGARH
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List of C.D. Block in Sambalpur District

C.D. Block/Police Station NameTotal : Rural + Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Ainthapali9,869768004
Burla80,326768017
Charamal27,221768106
Dhama41,703768113
Dhanupali6,856768005
Govindpur54,086N.A
Hirakud32,881768016
Jamankira54,108768107
Jujomura51,860768105
Katarbaga76,434768212
Kisinda 18,019768106
Kochinda75,942768222
Mahulpalli71,223768228
Naktideul26,271768118
Rairakhol50,151768106
RengaliN.A768212
Sadar46,162N.A
Sambalpur ( M)153,643768001
Sasan58,858768200
ThelkoloiN.AN.A



Last Updated on : September 12, 2015



     


     

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