North 24 Parganas Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of North 24 Parganas

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List of C.D.Block in North Twenty Four Parganas District

Tehsil/C. D. Block NameTotal : Rural / Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Amdanga165,792743221
Baduria247,638743401
Bagda219,814743232
Barasat - I238,075700124
Barasat - II169,098700124
Barrackpur - I157,047700120
Barrackpur - II158,827700120
Basirhat - I147,741743414
Basirhat - II194,020743414
Bongaon344,044743235
Deganga275,350743423
Gaighata300,588743249
Habra - I188,171743263
Habra - II149,837743263
Haroa182,522743425
Hasnabad177,521743426
Hingalganj156,400743435
Minakhan168,965743441
Rajarhat145,381700135
Sandeshkhali - I140,476743446
Sandeshkhali - II136,318743446
Swarupnagar226,608743286



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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