Uttar Pradesh Tehsil Map

District wise tehsil map of Uttar Pradesh

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Uttar Pradesh Tehsil Map Saharanpur Shamli Muzaffarnagar Baghpat Ghaziabad Meerut Bijnor Amroha Moradabad Sambhal Bulandshahar Hapur Gautam Buddha Nagar Aligarh Hathras Mathura AGRA Firozabad Etah Kashganj Budaun Rampur Bareilly Pilibhit Shajahanpur Etawah Mainpuri Farrukhabad Auraiya Kanpur Dehat Jalaun Kannauj Hardoi Sitapur Kheri Bahraich Shravasti Balrampur Gonda Mahoba Jhansi Hamirpur Kanpur Nagar Unnao Lucknow Bara Banki Amethi Rae Bareli Fatehpur Banda Faizabad Sultanpur Ambedkar Nagar Basti Sant Kabir Nagar Siddharthnagar Maharajganj Kushinagar Gorakhpur Mau Deoria Ballia Ghazipur Varanasi Azamgarh Jaunpur Sant Ravidas Nagar Mirzapur Chandauli Sonbhadra Allahabad Pratapgarh Kaushambi Chitrakoot Lalitpur HIMACHAL PRADESH DELHI HARYANA RAJASTHAN RAJASTHAN MADHYA PRADESH CHHATTISGARH JHARKHAND BIHAR UTTRAKHAND CHINA NEPAL
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