Komaram District Map (Telangana)

District Map of Komaram (Telangana)

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District Map of Komaram MAHARASHTRA Mancherial Adilabad Jagtial Mancherial Peddapally Nirmal
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Komaram District Fact Sheet
DistrictKomaram Bheem-Asifabad
Population as per 2011 Census515812
Area (Sq. Kms.)4878
Density of Population (per Sq. Km.)106
Forest Cover (Sq. Kms.) 2420.17
Languages OfficialTelugu, Urdu
TempleGanagapur Temple, Tonkini Temple
MandalsSirpur (U), Lingapur, Jainoor, Tiryani, Asifabad, Kerameri, Wankidi, Rebbena, Bejjur, Penchicalpet, Kagaznagar, Koutala, Chintalamanepally, Dahegoan, Sirpur-T

Source :- www.trac.telangana.gov.in

Last Updated on : March 16, 2017



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