Tadubi

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Tadubi
ETHUPFII
Village
Tadubi is located in Manipur
Tadubi
Tadubi
Location in Manipur, India
Tadubi is located in India
Tadubi
Tadubi
Tadubi (India)
Coordinates: 25°28′0″N 94°8′0″E / 25.46667°N 94.13333°E / 25.46667; 94.13333Coordinates: 25°28′0″N 94°8′0″E / 25.46667°N 94.13333°E / 25.46667; 94.13333
Country India
StateManipur
DistrictSenapati
Languages
 • OfficialMaola, English, meitei, HINDI
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
795104
Vehicle registrationMN
Coastline0 kilometres (0 mi)
Websitemanipur.gov.in

Tadubi: is a village in Senapati district, Manipur, India. The predominant inhabitant of the town belong to Mao Naga tribe. The village also has a considerable population of people from UTTAR PRADESH, BIHAR ,EEST BENGAL ETC. NEPALI'S ARE ALSO FOUND IN GOOD NUMBERS.CONSIDER ONE OF THE MOST POPULATED VILLAGE AMONG MAO. IT IS ALSO A SUB- DIVISIONAL HEAD QUARTER. THE PEOPLE ARE FRIENDLY AND HOSPITABLE. It is a semi urban area also considered as a TOWN . People from surrounding villages areas come to this place for marketing and for other official work ,TADUBI being a sub divisional headquarters. It has a post office, a police station , a primary health centre, BANKING facilities and other necessary amenities of a modern town.

THE PEOPLE MOSTLY FOLLOW CHRISTIANITY. THERE ARE QUITE A  GOOD NUMBER OF HINDU WHO ARE MIGRANTS . POPULATION OF THE TOWN IS 3500+ AS PER 2021 CENSUS. IT HAS 760+ HOUSEHOLD .

Geography[edit]

It is located at .[1]

Location[edit]

National Highway 39 passes through Tadubi.

Politics[edit]

Tadubi falls under the Old Manipur Lok Sabha Constituency.[2]

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