Puruliya Tehsil Map


Tehsil Map of Puruliya

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List of C.D.Block in Puruliya District

Tehsil/C. D. Block NameTotal : Rural / Urban Population (2001) in NumberPin Code
Arsha129,148723216
Bagmundi112,448723152
Balarampur118,102723103
Barabazar146,927N.A
Bundwan83,694723129
Hura127,443723130
Jaipur111,768N.A
Jhalda - I115,748723202
Jhalda - II123,714723202
Kashipur187,038N.A
Manbazar - I127,601723131
Manbazar - II85,253723131
Neturia90,649723121
Para174,620723155
Puncha108,129723151
Purulia - I125,318723101
Purulia - II142,707723101
Raghunathpur - II99,226723133
Raghunthpur - I103,786723133
Santuri69,587723157



Last Updated on : September 19, 2015





     


     

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