Subdivisions of India

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Not to be confused with Administrative divisions of India.

In three of the states of India, namely Sikkim, Manipur and West Bengal, as well as in the union territory of Lakshadweep, the administrative entities below the districts are named "Sub-Division" or "Subdivision".


Ten subdivisions,.[1] Nine established 1983, the tenth in 2009.[2]



There are 9 subdivisions in the state of Sikkim:[14] Gangtok, Pakyong, Rongli, Namchi, Soreng, Gyalshing, Rabongla, Mangan, Chungthang

West Bengal[edit]

See Category:Subdivisions of West Bengal.