Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals | Telangana State

Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals : Medak is one of the districts of Telangana. It is located in the northwestern part of the state.Medak district was a part of Nizam princely State, Medak was originally called as Siddapur, later it was known as Gulshanabad. Qutub Shahis named it as Gulshanabad which means City of Gardens due to it’s luscious Greenary later it was called as Medak again.



Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals

Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals


The Medak district boundaries have been changed with carving out of new districts of Siddipet and Sanga Reddy. Following is Medak district official map as released by the Government of Telangana. New revenue divisions, mandals and villages that comes under divisions also have been given in the Medak district map.

New District, Revenue Divisions, Mandals and Villages will not have any effect on the existing elected bodies of Zilla Parishads, Mandal Parishads and Gram Panchayats and their jurisdiction over the areas covered by the existing districts, as specified in Section 3 of the Central Act No. 6 of 2014 till the new ZPs, MPs and GPs are constituted, in accordance with law.


SCHEDULE-I
Medak District
          Sl.No.       Name of the District Name of the Revenue including New Revenue Division       Mandals in the District including New Mandls     Name of the Erstwhile District   Name of the Erstwhile Revenue Division
1 2 3 4 5 6
1         Medak         Medak Medak         Medak       Medak
2 Havelighanapur *
3 Papannapet
4 Shankarampet-R
5 Ramayampet
6 Nizampet*
7 Shankarampet-A
8 Tekmal
9 Alladurg
10 Regode
1       Toopran Yeldurthy     Medak
2 Chegunta
3 Narsingi *
4 Toopran   Siddipet
5 Manoharabad *
1       Narsapur Narsapur       Medak
2 Kowdipally
3 Kulcharam
4 Chilpched *
5 Shivampet
     
   
SCHEDULE-II
Reorganisation of Mandal in Medak District
        Sl.No.         Name of the Mandal         Villages in the Mandal   Name of the Erstwhile Mandal(s) from which the present Mandal is formed
1 2 3 4
1         Medak Maqdumpur           Medak
2 Perur
3 Rayalamadugu
4 Chityal
5 Medak
6 Ausulapally
7 Rayanpally
8 Makta Bhoopathipur
9 Venkatapur
10 Balanagar
11 Rajpally
12 Komtoor
13 Khazipally
14 Pashapur
15 Pathur
1           Havelighanpur* Sardhana         Medak
2 Mirgudpally (DP)
3 Rajpet
4 Burugupally
5 Nagapur
6 Byathole Thimmaipally
7 Ananthasagar
8 Gangapur
9 Shamnapur
10 Byathole
11 Lingasanpally
12 Havelighanpur
13 Suklalpet
14 Thogita
15 Shalipet
16 Bogada Bhoopathipur
   
17 Fareedpur
18 Muthaipally
19 Serikuchanpally
20 Madulwai
21 Aurangabad
22 Kuchanpally
1       Shankarampet-R Khajapur         Shankarampet-R
2 Kaslapur
3 Mirzapally
4 Kamaram
5 Madur
6 Korivipally
7 Gajgatlapally
8 Turkala Mohammedapur
9 Shankaraj Kondapur
10 Gavalpally
11 Ambajipet
12 Shankarampet (R)
13 Chandampet
14 Chandapur
15 Jangrai
16 Suraram
17 Dharpally
1             Ramayampet Parvathapur             Ramayampet
2 Dantepally
3 Katrial
4 Lakshmapur
5 Thonigandla
6 Sadasivnagar
7 Jhansi Lingapur
8 Akkannapet
9 Damaracheru
10 Ramayampet
11 Komatipally
12 Konapur
13 Rayalapur
14 Sutarpally
15 Sivaipally
16 Dongal Dharmaram
1     Nizampet* Nandigaon     Ramayampet
2 Chelmeda
3 Naskal
   
4 Nizampet
5 Kalwakunta
6 Bachurajpally
7 Narlapur
8 Venkatapur
1       Alladurg Alladurg             Alladurg
2 Appajipally
3 Mupparam
4 Mahammadapur
5 Chilvera
6 Muslapur
7 Bhahirandibba
8 Chevella
9 Peddapur
1           Regode Pocharam       Regode
2 Marpally
3 Regode
4 Chowderpally
5 Kothwalpally
6 Timmapur
7 Venkatapur [Maktha]
8 Jagriyal
9 R. Itikyal
10 Dosapally
11 Kondapur
12 Burhanwadi
13 Pyararam
14 Lingampally
15 Sindole
16 Tatpally
17 Gajwada
1       Papannapet Kompally       Papannapet
2 Cheekode
3 Lingaipally
4 Mallampet
5 Ramathirtham
6 Muddapur
7 Minpur
8 Kurthiwada
9 Yousufpet
10 Kothapally
11 Gandharpally
   
12 Podchenpally
13 Ellapoor
14 Nagsanpally
15 Ablapur
16 Annaram
17 Doulapur
18 Papannapet
19 Thammaipally
20 Arkela
21 Narsingi
22 Bacharam
23 Namapur
24 Enkepally
25 Chitriyal
26 Kodpak
1           Shankarampet (A) Tenkati     bsp;         Shankarampet (A)
2 Ch.Laxmapur (DP)
3 Jambikunta
4 Cheelapally
5 Uthloor
6 Narayanapally
7 Kothapet
8 Koppole (DP)
9 Jukal
10 Virojipally
11 Ramajipally
12 Shivaipally
13 Danampally
14 Musapet
15 Thirumalapur
16 Kamalapur
17 Malkapur
18 Baddaram
19 Gottimukla
20 Venkatapur (Kattela)
21 Kollapally
22 Maktha Lakshmapur
23 Marshetpally
24 Burugupally
25 Shankarampet (A)
1   Tekmal Yelupugonda   Tekmal
2 Bodagat
   
3 Yellupet
4 Shabad
5 Yellampally
6 Hasanmohmadpally
7 Achannapally
8 Yelkurthi
9 Korampally
10 Eklaspur
11 Tekmal
12 Tamploor
13 Kadloor
14 Bodmatpally
15 Bardipur
16 Dadaipally
17 Malkapur
18 Palvancha
19 Dhanoora
20 Kusangi
1           Yeldurthy Damarancha       Yeldurthy
2 Settipally Kalan
3 Bandaposanipally
4 Edulapally
5 Uppulingapur
6 Kuknoor
7 Dharmaram
8 Andugulapally
9 Manepally
10 Mangalparthy
11 Mannevar Jalalpur
12 Eshvantharaopet
13 Yeldurthy
14 Peddapur
15 Mellor
16 Achampet
17 Hakimpet
18 Ramanthapur
19 Lingareddipally
20 Masaipet
21 Koppulapally
22 Hastalpur
1   Shivampet Lingojiguda   Shivampet
2 Allipur
   
3 Pambanda
4 Pothula Boguda
5 Konthanpally
6 Gundlapally
7 Shabashpally
8 Donthi
9 Usirikapally
10 Edulapur
11 Ratnapoor
12 Kothapet
13 Pillutla
14 Thimmapur
15 Chinnagottimukkala
16 Shivampet
17 Chandi
18 Maqdumpur
19 Gangaipally
20 Bijilipur
21 Gomaram
22 Pedda Gottimukkala
23 Chennapur
24 Nawabpet
25 Sikindlapur
1         Chegunta Vallabhapur       Chegunta
2 Rukmapur
3 Ibrahimpur
4 Bonal
5 Kondapur [Bonal]
6 Gollapally
7 Ramapur
8 Ananthasagar
9 Ulli Thimmaipally
10 Reddipally
11 Wadiaram
12 Chinna Shivnoor
13 Makkarajpet
14 Chandaipet
15 Pedda Shivnoor
16 Pothamshetpally
17 Chetlathimmaipally
18 Pothampally
19 Kasanpally
   
20 Pulimamidi
21 Chegunta
22 Polampally
23 Kistapur
1           Narsingi* Sankhapur     Shankarampet ®
2 Zapthishivnur
3 Sheripally
4 Narsingi     Chegunta
5 Narsampally
6 Bheemraopally
7 Valloor
1       Toopran Imampur         Toopran
2 Allapur
3 Vattur
4 Jandapally
5 Nagulapally
6 Islampur
7 Datarpally
8 Gundareddipally
9 Malkapur
10 Konaipally (Pattibegampet)
11 Venktaipally
12 Kistapur
13 Yavapur
14 Toopran
15 Hussainpur  (DP)
16 Padalpally
17 Brahmanapally
18 Venkatapur @ Patti toopran
19 Ravelli
20 Majeedpally (DP)
21 Ghanpur
22 Narsampally Patti Velur Wargal
1         Manoharabad* Lingareddipet         Toopran
2 Palat
3 Ramaipally
4 Venkatapur Agraharam
5 Dharmarajpally
6 Chatla  Gouraram
7 Konaipally (Patti Toopran)
8 Manoharabad
9 Jeedipally
   
10 Kucharam
11 Kallakal
12 Muppireddipally
13 Rangaipally
14 Kondapur
15 Potharam   Shivampet
16 Parkibanda
1           Narsapur Ahmednagar             Narsapur
2 Ibrahimbad
3 Admapur
4 Jakkupally
5 Chippalturthi
6 Nagulpally
7 Moosapet
  8 Mohammadabad @ Janakampet
9 Manthoor
10 Reddipally
11 Khazipet
12 Tujalpur
13 Thirmalapur
14 Gollapally
15 Brahmanpally
16 Lingapur
17 Achampet
18 Hanmanthapur
19 Malparthy  (DP)
20 Narayanpur
21 Chinna Chintakunta
22 Pedda Chintakunta
23 Sitarampur
24 Rustumpet
25 Ramachandrapur
26 Tuljarampet
27 Awancha
28 Yellapur
29 Madapur
30 Narsapur
31 Kondapur
32 Kagazmaddur
33 Naimatullaguda
34 Nathinoipally
   
35 Dharmaram (DP)
1               Kowdipally Venkatapur         Kowdipally
2 Kukatpally
3 Devalpally
4 Kowdipally
5 Yelmakanna
6 Kanchanpally
7 Dharmasagar
8 Kannavaram
9 Lingaraoguda
10 Dasguda
11 Bujarampet
12 Mangalpally (DP)
13 Seri Faizabad
  14 Mohammednagar @ Munirai
15 Thimmapur
16 Nagasanpally
17 Rajilapur
18 Thunki
19 Mutrajpally
20 Rajpet
21 Venkatapur
22 Salabatpur
1                           Kulcharam Paithara                           Kulcharam
2 Konapur
3 Etigadda Mahmmadapur
4 Yenigandla
5 Rangampet
6 Thukkapur
7 Sangaipet
8 Variguntham
9 Serivariguntham
10 Kulcharam
11 Chinnaghanpur
12 Appajipally
13 Venkatapur
14 Pothamsettipally
15 Amsanpally
16 Nainjalalpur
17 Kongode
18 Kistapur
   
19 Rampur
20 Pothireddipally
21 Tummalapally
1       Chilipched* Chilipched         Kowdipally
2 Chitkul
3 Ramdasguda
4 Gouthapur
5 Chandur
6 Somakkapet
7 Faizabad
8 Banda Pothugal
9 Ajjamarri
10 Gangaram
11 Jaggampet
12 Rahimguda
13 Antharam
  Note: * = new

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New Revenue Divisions,Mandals in Medak District

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Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals : Medak is one of the districts of Telangana. It is located in the northwestern part of the state.Medak district was a part of Nizam princely State, Medak was originally called as Siddapur, later it was known as Gulshanabad. Qutub Shahis named it as Gulshanabad which means City of Gardens due to it’s luscious Greenary later it was called as Medak again.



Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals

Medak District New Revenue Divisions and Mandals


The Medak district boundaries have been changed with carving out of new districts of Siddipet and Sanga Reddy. Following is Medak district official map as released by the Government of Telangana. New revenue divisions, mandals and villages that comes under divisions also have been given in the Medak district map.

New District, Revenue Divisions, Mandals and Villages will not have any effect on the existing elected bodies of Zilla Parishads, Mandal Parishads and Gram Panchayats and their jurisdiction over the areas covered by the existing districts, as specified in Section 3 of the Central Act No. 6 of 2014 till the new ZPs, MPs and GPs are constituted, in accordance with law.


SCHEDULE-I
Medak District
          Sl.No.       Name of the District Name of the Revenue including New Revenue Division       Mandals in the District including New Mandls     Name of the Erstwhile District   Name of the Erstwhile Revenue Division
1 2 3 4 5 6
1         Medak         Medak Medak         Medak       Medak
2 Havelighanapur *
3 Papannapet
4 Shankarampet-R
5 Ramayampet
6 Nizampet*
7 Shankarampet-A
8 Tekmal
9 Alladurg
10 Regode
1       Toopran Yeldurthy     Medak
2 Chegunta
3 Narsingi *
4 Toopran   Siddipet
5 Manoharabad *
1       Narsapur Narsapur       Medak
2 Kowdipally
3 Kulcharam
4 Chilpched *
5 Shivampet
     
   
SCHEDULE-II
Reorganisation of Mandal in Medak District
        Sl.No.         Name of the Mandal         Villages in the Mandal   Name of the Erstwhile Mandal(s) from which the present Mandal is formed
1 2 3 4
1         Medak Maqdumpur           Medak
2 Perur
3 Rayalamadugu
4 Chityal
5 Medak
6 Ausulapally
7 Rayanpally
8 Makta Bhoopathipur
9 Venkatapur
10 Balanagar
11 Rajpally
12 Komtoor
13 Khazipally
14 Pashapur
15 Pathur
1           Havelighanpur* Sardhana         Medak
2 Mirgudpally (DP)
3 Rajpet
4 Burugupally
5 Nagapur
6 Byathole Thimmaipally
7 Ananthasagar
8 Gangapur
9 Shamnapur
10 Byathole
11 Lingasanpally
12 Havelighanpur
13 Suklalpet
14 Thogita
15 Shalipet
16 Bogada Bhoopathipur
   
17 Fareedpur
18 Muthaipally
19 Serikuchanpally
20 Madulwai
21 Aurangabad
22 Kuchanpally
1       Shankarampet-R Khajapur         Shankarampet-R
2 Kaslapur
3 Mirzapally
4 Kamaram
5 Madur
6 Korivipally
7 Gajgatlapally
8 Turkala Mohammedapur
9 Shankaraj Kondapur
10 Gavalpally
11 Ambajipet
12 Shankarampet (R)
13 Chandampet
14 Chandapur
15 Jangrai
16 Suraram
17 Dharpally
1             Ramayampet Parvathapur             Ramayampet
2 Dantepally
3 Katrial
4 Lakshmapur
5 Thonigandla
6 Sadasivnagar
7 Jhansi Lingapur
8 Akkannapet
9 Damaracheru
10 Ramayampet
11 Komatipally
12 Konapur
13 Rayalapur
14 Sutarpally
15 Sivaipally
16 Dongal Dharmaram
1     Nizampet* Nandigaon     Ramayampet
2 Chelmeda
3 Naskal
   
4 Nizampet
5 Kalwakunta
6 Bachurajpally
7 Narlapur
8 Venkatapur
1       Alladurg Alladurg             Alladurg
2 Appajipally
3 Mupparam
4 Mahammadapur
5 Chilvera
6 Muslapur
7 Bhahirandibba
8 Chevella
9 Peddapur
1           Regode Pocharam       Regode
2 Marpally
3 Regode
4 Chowderpally
5 Kothwalpally
6 Timmapur
7 Venkatapur [Maktha]
8 Jagriyal
9 R. Itikyal
10 Dosapally
11 Kondapur
12 Burhanwadi
13 Pyararam
14 Lingampally
15 Sindole
16 Tatpally
17 Gajwada
1       Papannapet Kompally       Papannapet
2 Cheekode
3 Lingaipally
4 Mallampet
5 Ramathirtham
6 Muddapur
7 Minpur
8 Kurthiwada
9 Yousufpet
10 Kothapally
11 Gandharpally
   
12 Podchenpally
13 Ellapoor
14 Nagsanpally
15 Ablapur
16 Annaram
17 Doulapur
18 Papannapet
19 Thammaipally
20 Arkela
21 Narsingi
22 Bacharam
23 Namapur
24 Enkepally
25 Chitriyal
26 Kodpak
1           Shankarampet (A) Tenkati     bsp;         Shankarampet (A)
2 Ch.Laxmapur (DP)
3 Jambikunta
4 Cheelapally
5 Uthloor
6 Narayanapally
7 Kothapet
8 Koppole (DP)
9 Jukal
10 Virojipally
11 Ramajipally
12 Shivaipally
13 Danampally
14 Musapet
15 Thirumalapur
16 Kamalapur
17 Malkapur
18 Baddaram
19 Gottimukla
20 Venkatapur (Kattela)
21 Kollapally
22 Maktha Lakshmapur
23 Marshetpally
24 Burugupally
25 Shankarampet (A)
1   Tekmal Yelupugonda   Tekmal
2 Bodagat
   
3 Yellupet
4 Shabad
5 Yellampally
6 Hasanmohmadpally
7 Achannapally
8 Yelkurthi
9 Korampally
10 Eklaspur
11 Tekmal
12 Tamploor
13 Kadloor
14 Bodmatpally
15 Bardipur
16 Dadaipally
17 Malkapur
18 Palvancha
19 Dhanoora
20 Kusangi
1           Yeldurthy Damarancha       Yeldurthy
2 Settipally Kalan
3 Bandaposanipally
4 Edulapally
5 Uppulingapur
6 Kuknoor
7 Dharmaram
8 Andugulapally
9 Manepally
10 Mangalparthy
11 Mannevar Jalalpur
12 Eshvantharaopet
13 Yeldurthy
14 Peddapur
15 Mellor
16 Achampet
17 Hakimpet
18 Ramanthapur
19 Lingareddipally
20 Masaipet
21 Koppulapally
22 Hastalpur
1   Shivampet Lingojiguda   Shivampet
2 Allipur
   
3 Pambanda
4 Pothula Boguda
5 Konthanpally
6 Gundlapally
7 Shabashpally
8 Donthi
9 Usirikapally
10 Edulapur
11 Ratnapoor
12 Kothapet
13 Pillutla
14 Thimmapur
15 Chinnagottimukkala
16 Shivampet
17 Chandi
18 Maqdumpur
19 Gangaipally
20 Bijilipur
21 Gomaram
22 Pedda Gottimukkala
23 Chennapur
24 Nawabpet
25 Sikindlapur
1         Chegunta Vallabhapur       Chegunta
2 Rukmapur
3 Ibrahimpur
4 Bonal
5 Kondapur [Bonal]
6 Gollapally
7 Ramapur
8 Ananthasagar
9 Ulli Thimmaipally
10 Reddipally
11 Wadiaram
12 Chinna Shivnoor
13 Makkarajpet
14 Chandaipet
15 Pedda Shivnoor
16 Pothamshetpally
17 Chetlathimmaipally
18 Pothampally
19 Kasanpally
   
20 Pulimamidi
21 Chegunta
22 Polampally
23 Kistapur
1           Narsingi* Sankhapur     Shankarampet ®
2 Zapthishivnur
3 Sheripally
4 Narsingi     Chegunta
5 Narsampally
6 Bheemraopally
7 Valloor
1       Toopran Imampur         Toopran
2 Allapur
3 Vattur
4 Jandapally
5 Nagulapally
6 Islampur
7 Datarpally
8 Gundareddipally
9 Malkapur
10 Konaipally (Pattibegampet)
11 Venktaipally
12 Kistapur
13 Yavapur
14 Toopran
15 Hussainpur  (DP)
16 Padalpally
17 Brahmanapally
18 Venkatapur @ Patti toopran
19 Ravelli
20 Majeedpally (DP)
21 Ghanpur
22 Narsampally Patti Velur Wargal
1         Manoharabad* Lingareddipet         Toopran
2 Palat
3 Ramaipally
4 Venkatapur Agraharam
5 Dharmarajpally
6 Chatla  Gouraram
7 Konaipally (Patti Toopran)
8 Manoharabad
9 Jeedipally
   
10 Kucharam
11 Kallakal
12 Muppireddipally
13 Rangaipally
14 Kondapur
15 Potharam   Shivampet
16 Parkibanda
1           Narsapur Ahmednagar             Narsapur
2 Ibrahimbad
3 Admapur
4 Jakkupally
5 Chippalturthi
6 Nagulpally
7 Moosapet
  8 Mohammadabad @ Janakampet
9 Manthoor
10 Reddipally
11 Khazipet
12 Tujalpur
13 Thirmalapur
14 Gollapally
15 Brahmanpally
16 Lingapur
17 Achampet
18 Hanmanthapur
19 Malparthy  (DP)
20 Narayanpur
21 Chinna Chintakunta
22 Pedda Chintakunta
23 Sitarampur
24 Rustumpet
25 Ramachandrapur
26 Tuljarampet
27 Awancha
28 Yellapur
29 Madapur
30 Narsapur
31 Kondapur
32 Kagazmaddur
33 Naimatullaguda
34 Nathinoipally
   
35 Dharmaram (DP)
1               Kowdipally Venkatapur         Kowdipally
2 Kukatpally
3 Devalpally
4 Kowdipally
5 Yelmakanna
6 Kanchanpally
7 Dharmasagar
8 Kannavaram
9 Lingaraoguda
10 Dasguda
11 Bujarampet
12 Mangalpally (DP)
13 Seri Faizabad
  14 Mohammednagar @ Munirai
15 Thimmapur
16 Nagasanpally
17 Rajilapur
18 Thunki
19 Mutrajpally
20 Rajpet
21 Venkatapur
22 Salabatpur
1                           Kulcharam Paithara                           Kulcharam
2 Konapur
3 Etigadda Mahmmadapur
4 Yenigandla
5 Rangampet
6 Thukkapur
7 Sangaipet
8 Variguntham
9 Serivariguntham
10 Kulcharam
11 Chinnaghanpur
12 Appajipally
13 Venkatapur
14 Pothamsettipally
15 Amsanpally
16 Nainjalalpur
17 Kongode
18 Kistapur
   
19 Rampur
20 Pothireddipally
21 Tummalapally
1       Chilipched* Chilipched         Kowdipally
2 Chitkul
3 Ramdasguda
4 Gouthapur
5 Chandur
6 Somakkapet
7 Faizabad
8 Banda Pothugal
9 Ajjamarri
10 Gangaram
11 Jaggampet
12 Rahimguda
13 Antharam
  Note: * = new

Government Official Go 238 Notification :ClickHere


New Revenue Divisions,Mandals in Medak District

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Srikakulam district Profile | Mandals in Tourist Places

Srikakulam district is one of the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh. It has Bay of Bengal on East, Odisha on west and north sides and Vijayanagaram in north-east as borders. The area of the distinct is 5837 square meters.

Srikakulam is the head quarter of the district and is situated on the Chennai – Kolkatta national highway, hundred meters away from Visakhapatnam. Visakhapatnam is the nearest airport and Amudalavalasa is the nearest railway station and this is also nearly ten kilometers from Srikakulam.


Srikakulam district Profile

Srikakulam district and History


There are many specialties of Srikakulam district and these include the longest coastline, natural resources, granite mines, rich history, very ancient and rare temple, Buddhist monuments etc. The coastline is around 194 kilometers long.

Srikakulam district history reveals that there are many evidences that prove the existence of Srikakulam district since ancient times. The region was referred as Kaligana up to the formation of the districts in 1950.

Tourist Places Srikakulam district



Srikakulam is a must see a place for all the ancient temples in the district. Here are some Srikakulam district tourist places that attract thousands of visitors. There are around 822 small and big temples, mosques and churches.

1)The only temple dedicated to Lord Sun in Andhra Pradesh is in Arasavalli. There is another Surya temple in Tamil Nadu. There is a specialty for Arasavalli temple. Twice in a year, the sun rays fall directly on the feet of the deity in the temple. Devotees from all over the country come here to watch this phenomenon. Special Pujas are offered on Rathasaptami day.

2) Sri Mukha Lingam is another famous temple in the district and this is 56 kilometers away from Srikakulam. This is on the banks of River Vamsadhara.

3)Mandasa in Srikakulam is a mandal. Must visit tourist place here is the Cave of Pandavas or Pandavula Guha. This is near Mahendragiri. There is also a temple of Varaha Lakshminarasimha Swamy and Lord Shiva.

4) Baruva is another village popular as ‘village of temples’. Some of the popular temples are Sri Kotilingeswara Swamy temple, Janardhanaswarmy temple.

5) Kalingapatnam is at a distance of 25 kilometers from Srikakulam. Here is where River Vamsadhara merges into the Bay of Bengal. Another attraction of the place is the Darga Shariff. There is also the lighthouse and Buddhist Stupa.

6) Telineelapuram is a popular bird sanctuary in Srikakulam district. This is at a distance of 7 km from Tekkali. Every year, thousands of Painted Stork and Pelicans migrate here. This is a must visit place for bird watchers.

7) Salihundam became popular after the excavations revealed Buddhist stupas on River Vamsadhara banks.


Mandals in Srikakulam district

Amadalavalasa Burja Bhamini
Etcherla Ganguvari Singadam Gara
Hiramandalam Ichapuram Jalumuru
Kotabommali Kothuru Kanchili
Kaviti Laveru Lakshminarasupeta
Meliaputti Mandasa Nandigam
Narasannapeta Ponduru Polaki
Palakonda Pathapatnam Palasa
Rajam Ranastalam Regidi Amadalavalasa
Srikakulam Santhabommali Veeraghattam
Santhakaviti Sarubujjili Saravakota
Seethampeta Sompeta Tekkali
Vangara Vajrapu Kothuru
Srikakulam district is one of the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh. It has Bay of Bengal on East, Odisha on west and north sides and Vijayanagaram in north-east as borders. The area of the distinct is 5837 square meters.

Srikakulam is the head quarter of the district and is situated on the Chennai – Kolkatta national highway, hundred meters away from Visakhapatnam. Visakhapatnam is the nearest airport and Amudalavalasa is the nearest railway station and this is also nearly ten kilometers from Srikakulam.


Srikakulam district Profile

Srikakulam district and History


There are many specialties of Srikakulam district and these include the longest coastline, natural resources, granite mines, rich history, very ancient and rare temple, Buddhist monuments etc. The coastline is around 194 kilometers long.

Srikakulam district history reveals that there are many evidences that prove the existence of Srikakulam district since ancient times. The region was referred as Kaligana up to the formation of the districts in 1950.

Tourist Places Srikakulam district



Srikakulam is a must see a place for all the ancient temples in the district. Here are some Srikakulam district tourist places that attract thousands of visitors. There are around 822 small and big temples, mosques and churches.

1)The only temple dedicated to Lord Sun in Andhra Pradesh is in Arasavalli. There is another Surya temple in Tamil Nadu. There is a specialty for Arasavalli temple. Twice in a year, the sun rays fall directly on the feet of the deity in the temple. Devotees from all over the country come here to watch this phenomenon. Special Pujas are offered on Rathasaptami day.

2) Sri Mukha Lingam is another famous temple in the district and this is 56 kilometers away from Srikakulam. This is on the banks of River Vamsadhara.

3)Mandasa in Srikakulam is a mandal. Must visit tourist place here is the Cave of Pandavas or Pandavula Guha. This is near Mahendragiri. There is also a temple of Varaha Lakshminarasimha Swamy and Lord Shiva.

4) Baruva is another village popular as ‘village of temples’. Some of the popular temples are Sri Kotilingeswara Swamy temple, Janardhanaswarmy temple.

5) Kalingapatnam is at a distance of 25 kilometers from Srikakulam. Here is where River Vamsadhara merges into the Bay of Bengal. Another attraction of the place is the Darga Shariff. There is also the lighthouse and Buddhist Stupa.

6) Telineelapuram is a popular bird sanctuary in Srikakulam district. This is at a distance of 7 km from Tekkali. Every year, thousands of Painted Stork and Pelicans migrate here. This is a must visit place for bird watchers.

7) Salihundam became popular after the excavations revealed Buddhist stupas on River Vamsadhara banks.


Mandals in Srikakulam district

Amadalavalasa Burja Bhamini
Etcherla Ganguvari Singadam Gara
Hiramandalam Ichapuram Jalumuru
Kotabommali Kothuru Kanchili
Kaviti Laveru Lakshminarasupeta
Meliaputti Mandasa Nandigam
Narasannapeta Ponduru Polaki
Palakonda Pathapatnam Palasa
Rajam Ranastalam Regidi Amadalavalasa
Srikakulam Santhabommali Veeraghattam
Santhakaviti Sarubujjili Saravakota
Seethampeta Sompeta Tekkali
Vangara Vajrapu Kothuru

Prakasam district | Mandals and Tourist Places -Andhra Pradesh State

A district was formed on 1970 with Ongole as the headquarter. It was named after the first chef minister of Andhra state and freedom fighter Tanguturi Prakasam. Prakasam district is one of the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh. It has Bay of Bengal on east, Nellore and Kadapa districts on south, Kurnool district on west and Guntur and Mahaboobnagar districts in north as borders.


Total area of Prakasam district is 17,626 square kilometers. This is the biggest district in area in all the coastal districts. Veligonda and Nallamala hills in the west are very popular and these separate Prakasam district from Kadapa and Kurnool districts.





Thousands of small and big Buddhist stupas in this region revealing that Buddhism was spread in this area. Prakasam district history also reveals that the region was under the ruling of Kakataiyas, Yadavas, Reddy kings, Gajapatis, Vijayanagara kings, Nawabs and Britishers. Coming to the Prakasam district tourist places, there is coastline, temples, waterfalls, museums and others.

1) Bhairavakona is one of the popular tourist spot with many temples on the hills, water fall and beautiful nature. There is an ancient Pallava temple and there are also eight small temples in front of it. It is expected that these temples belong to 7 or 8 centuries. Another attraction in Bhairavakona is the waterfall that falls from 200 mtrs.


2) Kambham cheruvu is an example for the construction skills of humans. This was built by Chinna Tirumala devi, wife of Sri Krishna Devaraya.


3) Ramayapatnam is an ancient village with around 2500 people. There is a temple of Lord Venkateswara that was built in fifteenth century. Ramayapatnam port was in use since 1800 year. Another attraction is lighthouse.


4) Malakonda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple is another well known temple in Prakasam district. The temple receives around five thousand devotees on special days and around two thousand in unseason. The temple is located in a peaceful place.


5) Vadarevu is another tourist attraction and is located 8 kilometers from Chirala. Tourists take bath here. Though there are not many facilities, there are guest houses of companies such as ILTD. There is also a lighthouse.


6) Kanaparti museum houses many statues. Two kilometers from this museum is the sea coast.


7) Tripurantaka temple was built by demons Tripurasuras and Lord Shiva killed them for the welfare of people. This is one of the rarest temples that is built on Sri Chakara. Presiding deities are Tripurantakeswara Swamy and Bala Tripura Sundari.


A district was formed on 1970 with Ongole as the headquarter. It was named after the first chef minister of Andhra state and freedom fighter Tanguturi Prakasam. Prakasam district is one of the thirteen districts in Andhra Pradesh. It has Bay of Bengal on east, Nellore and Kadapa districts on south, Kurnool district on west and Guntur and Mahaboobnagar districts in north as borders.


Total area of Prakasam district is 17,626 square kilometers. This is the biggest district in area in all the coastal districts. Veligonda and Nallamala hills in the west are very popular and these separate Prakasam district from Kadapa and Kurnool districts.





Thousands of small and big Buddhist stupas in this region revealing that Buddhism was spread in this area. Prakasam district history also reveals that the region was under the ruling of Kakataiyas, Yadavas, Reddy kings, Gajapatis, Vijayanagara kings, Nawabs and Britishers. Coming to the Prakasam district tourist places, there is coastline, temples, waterfalls, museums and others.

1) Bhairavakona is one of the popular tourist spot with many temples on the hills, water fall and beautiful nature. There is an ancient Pallava temple and there are also eight small temples in front of it. It is expected that these temples belong to 7 or 8 centuries. Another attraction in Bhairavakona is the waterfall that falls from 200 mtrs.


2) Kambham cheruvu is an example for the construction skills of humans. This was built by Chinna Tirumala devi, wife of Sri Krishna Devaraya.


3) Ramayapatnam is an ancient village with around 2500 people. There is a temple of Lord Venkateswara that was built in fifteenth century. Ramayapatnam port was in use since 1800 year. Another attraction is lighthouse.


4) Malakonda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple is another well known temple in Prakasam district. The temple receives around five thousand devotees on special days and around two thousand in unseason. The temple is located in a peaceful place.


5) Vadarevu is another tourist attraction and is located 8 kilometers from Chirala. Tourists take bath here. Though there are not many facilities, there are guest houses of companies such as ILTD. There is also a lighthouse.


6) Kanaparti museum houses many statues. Two kilometers from this museum is the sea coast.


7) Tripurantaka temple was built by demons Tripurasuras and Lord Shiva killed them for the welfare of people. This is one of the rarest temples that is built on Sri Chakara. Presiding deities are Tripurantakeswara Swamy and Bala Tripura Sundari.


Adilabad District Profile |History and Tourist Places

Complete Adilabad District Profile : Adilabad is one of the districts in ten Telangana state. Head quarter of this district is Adilabad.The name of the town was given after the Bijapur sultan Adil Sha. Earlier, this was called Edlawada. Adilabad is birth place for various cultures. The region was ruled by Mughals,Mouryas, Satavahanas and Chalukyas. Bengalis, Malayalis and Gujaratis are living in harmonious in the district.




Complete Adilabad District Profile


Adilabad district has Yawatmal and Chandrapur districts in Maharashtra on North, Chandrapur district in east, Nizamabad district in south and Nanded district on West. River Godavari, Pranahitha, Wardha and Pen Ganga are flowing through the district. The district is spread in an area of 16203.8 square kilometers. There are five revenue divisions and ten assembly constituencies and also two Lok Sabha constituencies.

Adilabad district has five divisions and these are Adilabad, Nirmal, Utnur, Asifabad and Machiryal. Important Adilabad mandals are Adilabad, Kuntala, Bhainsa, Khanapur, Utnur, Sirpur town Manchiryal and Asifabad. There are 1743 villages and 866 gram panchayats.

There are different opinions on how the region got its name. The name is after Mohammad Adil Shah who was the Bijapur Sultan and ruled this region says one of the stories. Another story about the name is that it was earlier called Edulapuram and gradually it became Adilabad.

Adilabad became more popular during the ruling of Mughals. The region was well developed financially under the ruling of Aurangazeb. Adilabad region also played an important role in freedom fight for independent India.Adilabad Tourism spots are very popular among those who visit the state. There are many tourist attractions in the district that include Kuntala waterfalls, St Joseph Cathedral, Mahatma Gandhi part and Basara Saraswati temple.

Coming to tourist attractions in Adilabad district, there are many ancient forts, historical constructions, temples etc in the district. Few tourist interest places are Basara, Nirmal, Kuntala Waterfalls, Bellampalli, Sirpur, Narayanaswami Temple and Jainath.

Basara Saraswati temple is situated 70 km away from Nirmal. This is one of the two Saraswati temples in the country. One temple is in Kashmir and the second is here in Basara. Nirmal is also popular for paintings. Kuntala waterfall is very attractive and there is also Pranahita Samrakshana Kendra for protecting tiger, crocodiles and other wild animals.

The district of Adilabad has dense forests with varieties of trees and animals. We can find tigers, leopards, bears, wild dogs and also peacocks, mynahs, sambhars, spotted deers etc.

Complete Adilabad District Profile : Adilabad is one of the districts in ten Telangana state. Head quarter of this district is Adilabad.The name of the town was given after the Bijapur sultan Adil Sha. Earlier, this was called Edlawada. Adilabad is birth place for various cultures. The region was ruled by Mughals,Mouryas, Satavahanas and Chalukyas. Bengalis, Malayalis and Gujaratis are living in harmonious in the district.




Complete Adilabad District Profile


Adilabad district has Yawatmal and Chandrapur districts in Maharashtra on North, Chandrapur district in east, Nizamabad district in south and Nanded district on West. River Godavari, Pranahitha, Wardha and Pen Ganga are flowing through the district. The district is spread in an area of 16203.8 square kilometers. There are five revenue divisions and ten assembly constituencies and also two Lok Sabha constituencies.

Adilabad district has five divisions and these are Adilabad, Nirmal, Utnur, Asifabad and Machiryal. Important Adilabad mandals are Adilabad, Kuntala, Bhainsa, Khanapur, Utnur, Sirpur town Manchiryal and Asifabad. There are 1743 villages and 866 gram panchayats.

There are different opinions on how the region got its name. The name is after Mohammad Adil Shah who was the Bijapur Sultan and ruled this region says one of the stories. Another story about the name is that it was earlier called Edulapuram and gradually it became Adilabad.

Adilabad became more popular during the ruling of Mughals. The region was well developed financially under the ruling of Aurangazeb. Adilabad region also played an important role in freedom fight for independent India.Adilabad Tourism spots are very popular among those who visit the state. There are many tourist attractions in the district that include Kuntala waterfalls, St Joseph Cathedral, Mahatma Gandhi part and Basara Saraswati temple.

Coming to tourist attractions in Adilabad district, there are many ancient forts, historical constructions, temples etc in the district. Few tourist interest places are Basara, Nirmal, Kuntala Waterfalls, Bellampalli, Sirpur, Narayanaswami Temple and Jainath.

Basara Saraswati temple is situated 70 km away from Nirmal. This is one of the two Saraswati temples in the country. One temple is in Kashmir and the second is here in Basara. Nirmal is also popular for paintings. Kuntala waterfall is very attractive and there is also Pranahita Samrakshana Kendra for protecting tiger, crocodiles and other wild animals.

The district of Adilabad has dense forests with varieties of trees and animals. We can find tigers, leopards, bears, wild dogs and also peacocks, mynahs, sambhars, spotted deers etc.

Warangal District Official Govt Websites

Government plays a very important part in development of any city and its people and Warangal is no exception to this. There are many departments of government in Warangal, for which we must have knowledge about. Time is changing very fast. Hence, it is very important for us to have the knowledge about different websites of our city.

Warangal administration has developed various sites for the convenience of people. People can do a lot of thing including filing a complaint, making a payment for a bill and filing a request among others through these websites. All of these links (sites) must have a place in our important link’s list. Let us take a look at the different important websites of Warangal District  in Telangana State.



Sno Name Of Website Website Links
1 Telangana State Portal Warangal www.telangana.gov.in/about/districts/warangal
2 Warangal - Telangana Tourism www.telanganatourism.gov.in
3 Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation www.gwmc.gov.in
4 Official warangal police Website warangalpolice.gov.in
5 Kakatiya University, Warangal www.kakatiya.ac.in/
6 The District Cooperative Central Bank Ltd. Warangal www.warangaldccb.org


Government plays a very important part in development of any city and its people and Warangal is no exception to this. There are many departments of government in Warangal, for which we must have knowledge about. Time is changing very fast. Hence, it is very important for us to have the knowledge about different websites of our city.

Warangal administration has developed various sites for the convenience of people. People can do a lot of thing including filing a complaint, making a payment for a bill and filing a request among others through these websites. All of these links (sites) must have a place in our important link’s list. Let us take a look at the different important websites of Warangal District  in Telangana State.



Sno Name Of Website Website Links
1 Telangana State Portal Warangal www.telangana.gov.in/about/districts/warangal
2 Warangal - Telangana Tourism www.telanganatourism.gov.in
3 Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation www.gwmc.gov.in
4 Official warangal police Website warangalpolice.gov.in
5 Kakatiya University, Warangal www.kakatiya.ac.in/
6 The District Cooperative Central Bank Ltd. Warangal www.warangaldccb.org


Khammam district Profile | Tourist Places

Khammam district Profile | Tourist Places in Khammam district :  Khammam district has a special place in the ten districts of Telangana. The district underwent many changes geographically and politically in different times since 591 AD. It was a part of Warangal district in the beginning and was formed as a separate district in 1953. In 1956, after the formation of Andhra Pradesh, Nuguru, Bhadrachalam talukas of East Godavari were merged into Khammam district. After Telangana is formed on 2nd June, 2014, seven mandals were merged into Andhra Pradesh state.

In 591 AD Khammam region was ruled by a king Mahadeva Varma. A fort was built in Khammam in 950 AD during the ruling of descendants of Mahadeva Varma. This is the fort that stood in the center of Khammam town even now. It took more than ten years to build the fort, according to historical evidences. A big lake was also built near the fort which is now called the Lakaram lake.




Khammam district Profile | Tourist Places in Khammam district


Khammam shares its borders with Chhattisgarh in north, Godavari districts on east, Krishna district in south and Nalgonda and Warangal districts in West. The number of Khammam mandals is 41 and there were 46 mandals before the division of the state. Presently there are 671 gram panchayats. River Godavari, Sabari, Kinnerasani, Munner, Aker, Tammileru, Wyra and Seeleru rivers are flowing through Khammam district. Forests are spread in the district in 7.58 lakh hectares which is 47.30 percent in the total district area. This is the number one district in Telangana as far as forest area is concerned.

Khammam tourism is one of the major attractions for Telangana. There are many interesting places to visit in the district and some of them are popular nationally and internationally also. Bhadrachalam is a major attraction in the district. This lies 120 km away from Khammam town. Large numbers of devotees throng the place for the celebration of Kalyanam of the deities on Srirama Navami day. Garla Sri Venkateswara temple is another famous temple. This was built by Kakatiyas in 15 th century.

There are many tourist spots in Khammam district. Kinnerasani wildlife sanctuary is located 35 kilometers from Bhadrachalam and is spread in 634 square kilometers. Nelakondapalli village situated at a distance of 21 kilometers from Khammam has a Buddhist stupa. The construction of the Sthupa is believed to begin in 3 rd century and ended in 4th century. It is also believed the construction took place during the ruling of Virata Raju and the place was then called Virata Nagaram.
Khammam district Profile | Tourist Places in Khammam district :  Khammam district has a special place in the ten districts of Telangana. The district underwent many changes geographically and politically in different times since 591 AD. It was a part of Warangal district in the beginning and was formed as a separate district in 1953. In 1956, after the formation of Andhra Pradesh, Nuguru, Bhadrachalam talukas of East Godavari were merged into Khammam district. After Telangana is formed on 2nd June, 2014, seven mandals were merged into Andhra Pradesh state.

In 591 AD Khammam region was ruled by a king Mahadeva Varma. A fort was built in Khammam in 950 AD during the ruling of descendants of Mahadeva Varma. This is the fort that stood in the center of Khammam town even now. It took more than ten years to build the fort, according to historical evidences. A big lake was also built near the fort which is now called the Lakaram lake.




Khammam district Profile | Tourist Places in Khammam district


Khammam shares its borders with Chhattisgarh in north, Godavari districts on east, Krishna district in south and Nalgonda and Warangal districts in West. The number of Khammam mandals is 41 and there were 46 mandals before the division of the state. Presently there are 671 gram panchayats. River Godavari, Sabari, Kinnerasani, Munner, Aker, Tammileru, Wyra and Seeleru rivers are flowing through Khammam district. Forests are spread in the district in 7.58 lakh hectares which is 47.30 percent in the total district area. This is the number one district in Telangana as far as forest area is concerned.

Khammam tourism is one of the major attractions for Telangana. There are many interesting places to visit in the district and some of them are popular nationally and internationally also. Bhadrachalam is a major attraction in the district. This lies 120 km away from Khammam town. Large numbers of devotees throng the place for the celebration of Kalyanam of the deities on Srirama Navami day. Garla Sri Venkateswara temple is another famous temple. This was built by Kakatiyas in 15 th century.

There are many tourist spots in Khammam district. Kinnerasani wildlife sanctuary is located 35 kilometers from Bhadrachalam and is spread in 634 square kilometers. Nelakondapalli village situated at a distance of 21 kilometers from Khammam has a Buddhist stupa. The construction of the Sthupa is believed to begin in 3 rd century and ended in 4th century. It is also believed the construction took place during the ruling of Virata Raju and the place was then called Virata Nagaram.
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