Bansi Taluka Polpulation
Bansi is a taluka or tehesil, in the district of Siddharthnagar district, in the state of Uttar Pradesh state with a total population of 598222. There are 89084 houses in the tehesil or Taluk.
View all Cities in Bansi Taluk
View all Villages in Bansi Taluk
Taluka name: Bansi
State: Uttar Pradesh
Total population: 598222
House Holds: 89084
Bansi Population by Sex
There are total of 301425 male persons and 296797 females and a total number of 108648 children below 6 years in Bansi.
The percentage of male population is 50.39%
The percentage of female population is 49.61%
The percentage of child population is 18.16%
Google Map of Bansi
Simple Googler map location of Bansi taluka
View Larger Map of Bansi
View satellite images/ street maps of villages in Bansi, India. The Map data on this website is provided by Google Maps, a free online map service one can access and view in a web browser.
Bansi Cities list
Bansi is a town and a municipal board in Siddharthnagar district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India
Bansihari (community development block)
Banshihari is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Gangarampur Subdivision of Dakshin Dinajpur District in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Bansi Lal Legha (26 August 1927 – 28 March 2006) was an Indian independence activist, senior Congress leader, former Chief Minister of Haryana and considered by many to be the architect of modern Haryana.Lal was elected to the Haryana State Assembly seve
Bansi Chandragupta (1924–1981) was an Indian art director and production designer, regarded among the greatest of art directors of Indian film industry.
Bansi Villages list
- Masina Khas
- Belwa Lagunhi
- Sehri Buzurg
- Pendari Buzurg
- Asnar Khas
- Hata Khas
- Bisunpur Mustahkam
- Kamharia Buzurg
- Bardahi Nankar
- Baraon Nankar
- Mithwal Buzurg
- Semra Mustahkam
- Pathra Bazar
- Pachhari Khas