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Bhadradri district  with Mandals: Bhadrachalam / Bhadradri district has been carved out from the existing Khammam district in Telangana state. Proposed Bhadrachalam district has an approximate area of 8297.80 square km. Bhadradri Kothagudem district is a district in the eastern region of the Indian state of Telangana. Bhadradri is a new district in a new state Telangana which has 31 districts. And as we all know that this is a new state in India, so it need to be taken care to be a great district in Telangana state. The town of Kothagudem is the district headquarters. It was a part of the Khammam district prior to the re-organization of districts in the state. The district is spread over an area of 8,951 square kilometers (3,456 sq. mi). The district is bounded on the north and north east by Bijapur and Sukma districts of Chhattisgarh state, on east by East Godavari district, on south and south east by Khammam district and West Godavari district, on west by Mahabubabad district and on north west by Jayashankar district.
Bhadradri district


Bhadradri district



As of 2011 Census of India, Bhadradri has a population of 1,304,811. The district will have two revenue divisions of Bhadrachalam and Kothagudem and is sub-divided into 24 mandals. Bhadradri has potential to be one of the fully developed district in Telangana. But as we all know that Telangana is a new state, so it may take some time to work properly. It has been a part of Andhra Pradesh earlier, so almost many of the developments has been done already here. Also, South Indian states have a great literacy rate, so people here know the meaning of development and how to achieve this. Bhadradri has all the meaningful resources to be a developed districts by all means. Transportation system is awesome here. Bus transportation is great here. Also, we can say that as it is a new state and smaller one now. Government can think more accurately about all the 31 districts including Bhadradri.


Asifabad District with Mandals: Asifabad has become a district again after three-quarters of a century bringing an interesting past, mostly connected with the rule of the Gond kings from Chandrapur, now in Maharashtra. As we all know that Telangana is a new state, so as Asifabad is one of the new district. Asifabad was an important part in the scheme of things of the Nizam of Hyderabad whose kingdom existed till Rajura, now part of Chandrapur district in Maharashtra. Komaram Bheem Asifabad district is a district in the Indian state of Telangana. It was a part of the Adilabad district prior to the re-organisation of districts in the state. In 1905, it was a district, which got merged into Adilabad district. In 1913, it was made as the district headquarters, before the status being lost to Adilabad in 1941. It is now renamed after the Gond martyr, Kumram Bheem. Still this district need to be develop as it is a new one.

Asifabad District


Asifabad District



As of 2011 Census of India, Asifabad has a population of 515,835. The district is spread over an area of 4,300.16 square kilometres (1,660.30 sq mi). Komaram Bheem is bounded by Maharashtra districts of Chandrapur district and Gadchiroli district on northern and eastern side, on south by Mancherial district and on the west by Adilabad district. This district is home to endangered species of Vultures which have made Palarapu rocks their abode in the forests of Bejjur. The Sirpur forest is also home to Tigers and other wild animals. Forest and greenery part is a lot more available here. So we can think of to have some fresh air and non-polluted air for ourselves in Asifabad. The district will have two revenue divisions of Asifabad and Kagaznagar and is sub-divided into 15 mandals. Population here in Asifabad is from various religion. As the native language of Asifabad is Telugu, Urdu, English and most of the village people speak Telugu, Urdu, and English. Asifabad people use Telugu, Urdu, English language for communication. So we can see that in this new district of Telangana people are from various religion and caste. So this is just awesome as people will be together and can know a lot about others religion and caste. Asifabad is a new district with a potential to be a great district of Tamilnadu.




Tiruppur District With Talukas: Tiruppur District is a district of the Indian state Tamil Nadu, formed in February 2009. The district is well-developed and industrialized. The Tiruppur banian industry, the cotton market, kangeyam bull and the famous uthukklui butter, among other things, provide for a vibrant economy. The city of Tiruppur is the administrative headquarters of the district. The district is named after the city of Tiruppur, in Mahabaratham Arjun (Pandavas) returned the cattle captured by enemies and returned to Dharapuram Nirai Thiruputhal and become Tiruppur. Tiruppur district lies on the western part of Tamil Nadu bordering the Western Ghats and hence the district enjoys a moderate climate. The district is surrounded by Coimbatore district in the west, Erode district to the North and northeast and Karur district in the east and Dindigul district in the southeast. To the south Tiruppur is surrounded by Kerala state (Idukki district). The Amaravati River is the main source of irrigation in the district. Amaravathi Dam, which created Amaravathi Reservoir, is located at Amaravathinagar.

Tiruppur District

Tiruppur District


According to 2011 census, Tiruppur district had a population of 2,479,052 with a sex-ratio of 989 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average. The average literacy of the district was 71.02%. The city of Tiruppur, at the heart of the district, is a textile center. The agricultural sector is predominantly small and marginal farmers with land holdings of less than two hectares. Tiruppur is also known as the knitwear capital of India, accounting for 90% of India's cotton knitwear export. It has spurred up the textile industry in India for the past three decades. It contributes to a huge amount of foreign exchange in India. Tiruppur has a good educational infrastructure. The city itself has only a few engineering colleges, but the proximal areas and nearby cities of Coimbatore and Erode augurs well. There are 7 Government hospitals. Tiruppur is well connected by roadways, rails and airport. The nearest airport is Coimbatore International Airport.

Talukas in Tiruppur District

Tiruppur North Tiruppur South
Avinashi Uthukuli
Palladam Dharapuram
Kangayam Udumalpet
Madathukulam


 Ariyalur district  With Talukas: Ariyalur is a town and district headquarters of Ariyalur district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu and rich limestone and surrounded with five cement factory and two sugar factory. It is the smallest district headquarters in Tamil Nadu. The town is located at a distance of 310 km (190 mi) from the state capital Chennai. Ariyalur is believed to have obtained its name from Hari Nindra Oor, meaning the place where Hindu god Vishnu had his presence. Ariyalur was a part of the erstwhile Trichinopoly District until India's independence in 1947 and Tiruchirappalli district until 1995, Perambalur district until 2007 and subsequently a part of the newly formed Ariyalur district. The town is a part of the fertile Cauvery Delta and the major profession in the town is agriculture.  Ariyalur is rich in limestone resources.

 Ariyalur district

Ariyalur district


According to 2011 census, Ariyalur had a population of 28,902 with a sex-ratio of 1,014 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average. The average literacy of the town was 76.04%. Roadways are the major mode of transportation to the town and it also has rail connectivity. The nearest seaport is Karaikal port, located 95 km (59 mi) away, while the nearest airport is the Tiruchirappalli International Airport, located 76 km (47 mi) away from the town. Sugar cane is grown as a major commercial crop. The soil in Ariyalur is best suited for raising dry crops. Rice also grown in some places. Electricity supply to Ariyalur is regulated and distributed by the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB). The nearest seaport is Karaikal port, located 95 km (59 mi) away, while the nearest airport is the Tiruchirappalli International Airport, located 76 km (47 mi) away from the town. Roadways facilities are also great in Ariyalur.

Talukas in Ariyalur district

Ariyalur taluk Sendurai taluk Udayarpalayam taluk


Tiruvannamalai District With Talukas: Tiruvannamalai District (also known as Thiruvannaamalai) is one of the 32 districts in the state of Tamil Nadu, in South India. It was formed in the year 1989. It is also famous for silk sarees. Tiruvannamalai District comes under the Eastern Ghats (TN uplands) and Deccan plateau, a hot semi-arid region with red loamy soil with cropping period of 90 to 150 days. Excepting hills, the district falls in the North Eastern agro-climatic zone of Tamil Nadu. In the District Arani and Thiruvannamalai, regions are highest revenue generations regions respectively. In 2006 the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Tiruvannamalai one of the country's 250 most backward districts (out of a total of 640). Thiruvannamalai is one of the six districts in Tamil Nadu currently receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF).

Tiruvannamalai District

Tiruvannamalai District


According to 2011 census, Tiruvannamalai District had a population of 2,464,875 with a sex-ratio of 994 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average.  The average literacy of the district was 66%, which is a little low as compared to the south part of our country. Tiruvannamalai District has an area of 6,191 km 2. It is bounded on the north by Vellore District, on the east by Kanchipuram District, on the south by Villupuram District, and on the west by Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri district. Tiruvannamalai District is divided into ten taluks, 27 blocks, and 1,061 villages. Tiruvannamalai District is known for its two major businesses, agriculture and silk saree weaving. Rice cultivation and processing is one of the biggest businesses in this district. Paddy cultivation is irrigated by 1965 lakes and 18 reservoirs and small dams. It has 18 regulated markets through which the farmers sell their products directly to the government. The district has a large populace of weavers also. Tiruvannamalai has many industries also.

Talukas in Tiruvannamalai District


Polur Tiruvannamalai-Urban
Thandarampattu Arni
Cheyyar Kalasapakkam
savvadhu malai Vandavasi
Chengam Chetpet
Vembakkam


Tirunelveli District With Talukas: Tirunelveli District is a district of Tamil Nadu state in southern India. The city of Tirunelveli is the district headquarters. Tirunelveli District was formed on 1 September 1790 by the East India Company and comprised the present Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi districts and parts of Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram district. It is the second-largest district (as of October 2008), after Villupuram district. The district is located in the southern part of Tamil Nadu. It borders Virudhunagar District to the north, Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam and Pathanamthitta districts of Kerala to the west, Kanyakumari District to the south and Thoothukudi District to the east. Tirunelveli contains mountains (a stretch of the Western Ghats) and lowland plains, including sandy soil and fertile alluvium, and a variety of flora, fauna and protected wildlife. The district also has inland and mountainous forests. Tirunelveli is said to be the only district of Tamil Nadu to have all the five types of ecological zones.

Tirunelveli District

Tirunelveli District


According to 2011 census, Tirunelveli district had a population of 3,077,233 with a sex-ratio of 1,023 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average.  The average literacy of the district was 73.88%. The district is well-connected by a network of roads and railways. Tirunelveli city serves as the main junction. It has no airports; the nearest airports are at Tuticorin (40 kilometers (25 mi) away), Madurai (150 kilometers (93 mi)) and Thiruvananthapuram (158 kilometers). Tirunelveli has a total of 27 railway stations. Electricity is provided by the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB). The district has hydroelectric power plants and windmills. There are four government colleges, eleven government-sponsored colleges, and seven private colleges. Tirunelveli has been an agricultural area throughout its history. The district is a major producer of rice, coconuts, bananas, spices and forest-based products. The district is home to almost 50% of the buffalo population of Tamil Nadu. The district is also rich in minerals, with a total of 407 mines and quarries. Limestone, granite and garnet sand are some of the minerals mined or produced in the district. Major industries in Tirunelveli includes textile, food and forestry products.

Talukas in Tirunelveli District

Tirunelveli Palayamkottai Sankarankovil
Tenkasi Sivagiri Shenkottai
Ambasamudram Nanguneri Radhapuram
Veerakeralampudur Alangulam Kadayanallur
Thiruvengadam Manur Cheranmahadevi