Nizamabad Tehsil Map


Nizamabad Mandal Map

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List of Mandal/Taluk in Nizamabad District

Mandal/Taluk NameTotal (Rural + Urban) Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Armur113,018503224
Balkonda76,966503217
Banswada58,081503187
Bheemgal57,262503307
Bhiknoor59,645503101
Bichkunda55,621503306
Birkoor47,114503321
Bodhan132,120503185
Dharpalle44,152503165
Dichpalle71,091503175
Domakonda55,189503123
Gandhari49,951503114
Jakranpalle43,636503175
Jukkal45,168503305
Kamareddy106,298503111
Kammarpalle40,069503308
Kotgiri54,329503207
Lingampet43,904503124
Machareddy54,406503111
Madnoor50,581503309
Makloor55,109503213
Mortad56,376503225
Nagareddipet32,053503108
Nandipet70,452503212
Navipet51,578503245
Nizamabad372,350503001
Nizamsagar34,839503302
Pitlam42,174503310
Ranjal6,769503235
Sadasivanagar54,417503145
Sirkonda46,935503165
Tadwai45,049503120
Varni67,684503201
Velpur43,184503311
Yedpalle36,021503202
Yellareddy44,883503122



Last Updated on : August 26, 2015





     


     

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