Hi Rumi (great name by the way!),
If you feel comfortable with SQL, you can do that with Confluence SQL commands, see here. But I would try that in test/dev to make sure you are deleting the right things with right query.
You can alternatively set Webdav in Confluence and browse to the pages via OS like Windows or Linux, see here.
Hope these help.
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