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ہِندوستانَس مَنٛز چھِ 28 رِیاسَتھ تہٕ 8 مَرکٔزی عَلاقہٕ [1]

رِیاسَتھ[اؠڈِٹ]

رِیاسَتھ آے ایس او کوڈ کوڈ عَلاقہٕ راز دٲنؠ بوٚڑ شَہَر بَننُک دۄہ آبٲدی
(2011)
رۄقبہٕ
(کِلومیٖٹَر مُرَبَع)
دَفتَری زَبانہٕ[2] باقَے دَفتَری زَبانہٕ[2]
آنٛدھرا پرَدیش IN-AP AP جۆنوٗبی Visakhapatnam (Administrative)[3]
Amaravati (Legislative)[3]
Kurnool (Judicial)[3]
Visakhapatnam 1 نَوَمبَر 1956 49,506,799 160,205 تیلُگوٗ
ارُناچَل پرَدیش IN-AR AR شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Itanagar 20 February 1987 1,383,727 83,743 اَنٛگریٖزی
آسام IN-AS AS شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Dispur Guwahati 26 January 1950 31,205,576 78,550 آسٲمؠ بَنٛگٲلؠ، بوڑو
بِہار IN-BR BR مَشرِقی Patna 26 January 1950 104,099,452 94,163 ہِندی اُردوٗ
چھتیس گڑھ IN-CT CG مَرکٔزی Raipur[lower-alpha 1] (Legislative & Administrative), Bilaspur (Judicial) Raipur 1 نَوَمبَر 2000 25,545,198 135,194 چھَتیٖسگَڑھی ہِندی، اَنٛگریٖزی
گوا IN-GA GA مَغرَبی Panaji Vasco da Gama 30 May 1987 1,458,545 3,702 کونٛکَنی مَرٲٹھؠ
گُجرات IN-GJ GJ مَغرَبی Gandhinagar Ahmedabad 1 May 1960 60,439,692 196,024 گُجرٲتؠ
ہریانہ IN-HR HR شُمٲلؠ Chandigarh Faridabad 1 نَوَمبَر 1966 25,351,462 44,212 ہِندی پَنٛجٲبؠ[4][5]
ہماچل پردیش IN-HP HP شُمٲلؠ Shimla (Summer)
Dharamshala (Winter)[6]
Shimla 25 January 1971 6,864,602 55,673 ہِندی سَنَسکرٕٛت[7]
Jharkhand IN-JH JH مَشرِقی Ranchi Jamshedpur 15 نَوَمبَر 2000 32,988,134 74,677 ہِندی Angika، بَنٛگٲلؠ، بھوجپوری، ہو، کھٔڑِیَہ، کھورٹھا، کُڑمٲلؠ، کُڑُخ، مَگَہی، میتھِلی، مُنٛڈاری، ناگپوری، اُڑِیَہ، سَنتٲلؠ، اُردوٗ[8]
Karnataka IN-KA KA جۆنوٗبی Bengaluru 1 نَوَمبَر 1956 61,095,297 191,791 کَنَڑ
Kerala IN-KL KL جۆنوٗبی Thiruvananthapuram 1 نَوَمبَر 1956 33,406,061 38,863 مَلیٛٲلی اَنٛگریٖزی[9]
Madhya Pradesh IN-MP MP مَرکٔزی Bhopal Indore 26 January 1950 72,626,809 308,252 ہِندی
Maharashtra IN-MH MH مَغرَبی Mumbai (Summer)
Nagpur (Winter)[10][11]
Mumbai 1 May 1960 112,374,333 307,713 مَرٲٹھؠ
Manipur IN-MN MN شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Imphal 21 January 1972 2,855,794 22,347 مَنی پوری اَنٛگریٖزی
Meghalaya IN-ML ML شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Shillong 21 January 1972 2,966,889 22,720 اَنٛگریٖزی کھاسی
Mizoram IN-MZ MZ شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Aizawl 20 February 1987 1,097,206 21,081 اَنٛگریٖزی، ہِندی، مِزو
Nagaland IN-NL NL شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Kohima Dimapur 1 December 1963 1,978,502 16,579 اَنٛگریٖزی
Odisha IN-OR OD مَشرِقی Bhubaneswar 26 January 1950 41,974,218 155,820 اُڑِیَہ
پنجاب IN-PB PB شُمٲلؠ Chandigarh Ludhiana 1 نَوَمبَر 1966 27,743,338 50,362 پَنٛجٲبؠ
راجَستھان IN-RJ RJ شُمٲلؠ Jaipur 26 January 1950 68,548,437 342,269 ہِندی اَنٛگریٖزی
سِکِم IN-SK SK شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Gangtok 16 May 1975 610,577 7,096 اَنٛگریٖزی, نیپٲلؠ Bhutia, Gurung, Lepcha, Limbu, Manggar, Mukhia, Newari, Rai, Sherpa, Tamang
تٲمِل ناڈوٗ IN-TN TN جۆنوٗبی Chennai 1 نَوَمبَر 1956 72,147,030 130,058 تٲمِل اَنٛگریٖزی
Telangana IN-TG TS جۆنوٗبی Hyderabad[lower-alpha 2] 2 June 2014 35,193,978[12] 114,840[12] تیلُگوٗ اُردوٗ[13]
ترِٛپورا IN-TR TR شُمٲلؠ-مَشرِقی Agartala 21 January 1972 3,673,917 10,492 بَنٛگٲلؠ, اَنٛگریٖزی, Kokborok
وۄتُر پرَٛدیش IN-UP UP مَرکٔزی Lucknow Kanpur 26 January 1950 199,812,341 243,286 ہِندی اُردوٗ
وۄتٕراکھَنٛڈ IN-UT UK مَرکٔزی Gairsain (Summer)[14]
Dehradun (Winter)[15]
Dehradun 9 نَوَمبَر 2000 10,086,292 53,483 ہِندی سَنَسکرٕٛت[16]
مَغرَبی بَنٛگال IN-WB WB مَشرِقی Kolkata 26 January 1950 91,276,115 88,752 بَنٛگٲلؠ, نیپٲلؠ ہِندی زَبان، اُڑِیَہ، تیلُگوٗ، پَنٛجٲبؠ، سَنتٲلؠ، اردوٗ

حَوالہٕ[اؠڈِٹ]

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