Uttar Pradesh Mandal Map


Uttar Pradesh Region Map

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List of Uttar PradeshRegions



REGIONS (MANDAL)DISTRICT
Agra divisionAgra
Firozabad
Mainpuri
Mathura
Aligarh divisionAligarh
Etah
Mahamaya Nagar
Kanshiram Nagar
Allahabad divisionAllahabad
Fatehpur
Kaushambi
Pratapgarh
Azamgarh divisionAzamgarh
Ballia
Mau
Bareilly divisionBadaun
Bareilly
Pilibhit
Shahjahanpur
Basti divisionBasti
Sant Kabir Nagar
Siddharthnagar
Chitrakoot divisionBanda
Chitrakoot
Hamirpur
Hapur
Mahoba
Devipatan divisionBahraich
Balarampur
Gonda
Shravasti
Faizabad divisionAmbedkar Nagar
Barabanki
Faizabad
Sultanpur
Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Nagar
Gorakhpur divisionDeoria
Gorakhpur
Kushinagar
Maharajganj
Jhansi divisionJalaun
Jhansi
Lalitpur
Kanpur divisionAuraiya
Etawah
Farrukhabad
Kannauj
Kanpur Dehat
Kanpur Nagar
Lucknow divisionHardoi
Lakhimpur Kheri
Lucknow
Raebareli
Sitapur
Unnao
Meerut divisionBagpat
Bulandshahr
Gautam Buddha Nagar
Ghaziabad
Meerut
Panchsheel Nagar (Hapur)
Mirzapur divisionMirzapur
Sant Ravidas Nagar
Sonbhadra
Moradabad divisionSambhal
Bijnor
Jyotiba Phule Nagar
Moradabad
Rampur
Saharanpur divisionMuzaffarnagar
Prabuddha Nagar (Shamli)
Saharanpur
Varanasi divisionChandauli
Ghazipur
Jaunpur
Varanasi



Last Updated on 06 November 2012







     


     

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