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Andhra Pradesh District Mahabubnagar


Mahabubnagar or Mahboobnagar also known as Palamooru is a district in the Andhra Pradesh state of India, in the Telangana region. Mahabubnagar is the district headquarters.

Geography of Mahabubnagar 
Mahabubnagar district is bounded on East side by Guntur district of AP, on West side by Gulbarga and Raichur districts of Karnataka, on North side by Ranga Reddy & Nalgonda districts of AP and South siode by Kurnool district of AP.

Main Rivers : Krishna, Tungabhadra, Vendi, Peddavaagu, Chinnavaagu are the main rivers of this district.

Latitude of Mahabubnagar city :  15 ° 55’ and 17 °29’ N
Longitude of Mahabubnagar city :   77°15 ’ and 79 °15 ’E

About Mahabubnagar District 

District Mahabubnagar

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Andhra Pradesh District Kurnool


Kurnool District is a district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The town of Kurnool is currently the headquarters of the district

Geography of Kurnool
Kurnool district is bounded by Districts of both Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, on North side by Mahabub Nagar, on South side by Anantapur, KADAPA (Cuddapah), on East side by Praksam (Ongole) and on West side by Bellary (A district in Karnataka State). Kurnool district covers an area of 17,658 sq km.

Latitude of Kurnool city :  15° 43’ N and 17° 10’ N
Longitude of Kurnool city :   80° 0’ and 81° 33’ of E.

About Kurnool District 
Kurnool district derives its name from its chief town Kurnool the capital of former Nawabs, Capital of Andhra Pradesh State from 1st October 1953  to 1st November, 1956.       The name Kurnool is said to have been derived form “Kandanavolu”.

Telugu and Kannada are the widely spoken languages. Kurnool is a center of Hindu pilgrimage and is surrounded by hill resorts.

District Kurnool

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Andhra Pradesh District Khammam


Geography of Khammam 
Khammam district is bounded on North side by Krishna district, on East side by East and West Godavari districts , on South side by Krishna district and on West side by Nalgonda and Warangal Districts. Khammam district covers the 16,029 Sq. KMs. area.

Main Rivers :  Godavari, Sabari, Kinnerasani, Muneru, Akeru and Vaira are flow through this district.

Latitude of Khammam city :  16-45 and 18-35 North
Longitude of Khammam city :   79-47 and 80 -47 East
Administrative set up of Khammam District 
Khammam District has been divided into 46 mandals, in four Revenue Divisions:

Minerals Resources in Khammam District 

Coal, Dolomite, Garnet, Corrundum, Barytes and Iron Ore are the main minerals that found in this district

Cities and Towns in Khammam District 
Gundala
Kottagudam
Madhira
Khammam
Kunavaram

District Khammam

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Andhra Pradesh District Karimnagar


Karimnagar District is a district in the north-western region of Andhra Pradesh, Southern India. Karimnagar town is the district headquarters of the district

Geography of Karimnagar 
Karimnagar district is bounded on the north side by Adilabad district, on the west side by Medak District, on the North West side by Nizamabad on the South side by Warangal District and on the East side by Godavari River. Geographical area of Karimnagar distirct is 11823 Sq.Kms.

Main Rivers : Godavari, Maniar are the main rivers of this district

Latitude of Karimnagar city : 18 deg and 19 deg N
Longitude of Karimnagar city : 78 deg. 30 mn and 80 deg 31 min E

About Karimnagar District 
Karimnagar District derived its name ‘Karimnagar’ by Qiladar late Nizam ,Syed Karim Uddin.

Minerals Resources in Karimnagar District
Major Minerals are : Coal, Lime Stone, Stowing Sand
Minor Minerals are : Stone & Metal, Lime Kankar, Granite(Black & Colour), Gravel

Revenue Divisions in Karimnagar District 
In Karimnagar District there is 5 Revenue Divisions

District Karimnagar 

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Andhra Pradesh District Hyderabad


Hyderabad District  is a district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.

Geography of Hyderabad 
Hyderabad  district covers the 217 km2 (84 sq mi) area.

Latitude of Hyderabad city :  17.366°N
Longitude of Hyderabad city :  78.476°E

About Hyderabad District 
In 1948, Hyderabad district was formed after Police Action by merging Atraf-a-Balda and Baghat Districts. In 1978 Hyderabad district was later split into Hyderabad Urban District and Hyderabad Rural District.

Formerly, Hyderabad was known as Bhagyanagar.  This was named in the sweet memory of the Sulthan’s beloved Bhagamathi.

Main Languages Spoken in Hyderabad district Urdu, Hindi, Telugu and English.

Mandals in Hyderabad District
Hyderabad District there is 16 mandals.

District Hyderabad

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Andhra Pradesh District Guntur


Guntur District is located in Andhra Pradesh along the east coast of Bay of Bengal.

Geography of Guntur 
Guntur district is bounded on the southeast side by the Bay of Bengal, on the south side by Prakasam District, on the west side by Mahbubnagar District, and on the northwest side by Nalgonda District. The total geographical area of the district is 11.391 Sq.Kms.

Latitude of Guntur  city :  
16.3°N
Longitude of Guntur city : 
  80.45°E

About Guntur District 
Guntur District is situated on the coastline of A.P.State. River Krishna bound it on the North. Guntur is blessed with an abundance of nature’s treasures such as hills, valleys, rivers and beaches

Administrative set up of Guntur District
In Guntur District there is 3 Revenue divisions, 57 Revenue Mandals and 713 Revenue villages of which 706 are inhabited.

District Guntur

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Andhra Pradesh District East Godavari


East Godavari District  is a district situated on the northeast of the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. Its district headquarters is Kakinada.

Geography of East Godavari 

East Godavari District lies North – East Coast of Andhra Pradesh and bounded on the North side by Visakhapatnam District and the State of Orissa, on the East and South side by the Bay of Bengal and on the West side by Khammam and West Godavari Districts. Geographical area of East Godavari district is 10,807 Sq.Kms.

Main Rivers : Godavari, Pampa, Thandava and Yeleru rivers are the main rivers of this district.

Latitude of East Godavari city : 
 16 deg 30′ and 18 deg 20′ North
Longitude of East Godavari city :  81 deg 30′ and 82 deg 30′ East

About East Godavari District 
East Godavari district was formed in 1925 when old Godavari district was divided into west and east districts.In 1959 Bhadrachalam Revenue Division consisting of Bhadrachalam and Nuguru Venkatapuram Taluks of East Godavari district, which were on the other side of the river Godavari were merged into Khammam district on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability.

East Godavari District is known as rice bowl of Andhra Pradesh with lush paddy fields and coconut groves. East Godavari is the Rice Granary of Andhra Pradesh, it beckons tourists to have a glimpse of its rich cultural heritage. It is also known as another Kerala.

District East Godavari

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