Tatla Village Polpulation
Tatla is a Village located in the Taluka of Krishnagar - II, in the district of Nadia district, in the state of West Bengal state with a total population of 5036. There are 1274 houses in the Village.
Village name: Tatla
Taluka name: Krishnagar - II
State: West Bengal
Total population: 5036
House Holds: 1274
Tatla Population by Sex
There are total of 2533 male persons and 2503 females and a total number of 524 children below 6 years in Tatla.
The percentage of male population is 50.30%.
The percentage of female population is 49.70%.
The percentage of child population is 10.41%.
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Tatla Lake, British Columbia
Tatla Lake is a small unincorporated community in the west Chilcotin area of British Columbia, Canada, located at the west end of its eponymous lake.
Tatlayoko Lake is a lake on the Homathko River in the western Chilcotin District of the Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada, located on a north-south axis just upstream of the entrance of the series of canyons of the Homathko, including the Great
Tatlayoko Lake, British Columbia
Tatlayoko Lake is an unincorporated settlement and locality on the Homathko River just north of that river's entry into the lake of same name, which is located in the western Chilcotin District of the Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada.