India Village Finder


Village Finder

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Complete Villages/Towns in India classified by administrative divisions; State, District and Taluka or Sub-district.

Sno.StateTotal Villages
1Andaman and Nicobar Islands438
2Andhra Pradesh26619
3Arunachal Pradesh3790
4Assam23610
5Bihar37749
6Chandigarh49
7Chhattisgarh18944
8Dadra and Nagar Haveli73
9Daman25
10Delhi212
11Diu2
12Goa198
13Gujarat18247
14Haryana6748
15Himachal Pradesh16987
16Jammu and Kashmir6442
17Jharkhand27648
18Karnataka26683
19Kerala1416
20Lakshadweep11
21Madhya Pradesh50523
22Maharashtra40931
24Manipur2235
25Meghalaya5734
26Mizoram708
27Nagaland1249
28Orissa46735
29Pondicherry95
30Punjab12172
31Sikkim458
32Tamil Nadu16066
33Tripura911
34Uttar Pradesh94750
35Uttarakhand15183
36West Bengal37913
37Rajasthan40245
38Telangana10631
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