Telangana State - Overview of Telangana State With Districts

Telangana State - Overview of Telangana State With List Of Districts: Telangana became India's 29th state on June 2, 2014, when it was made. The state covers 1,12,077 square kilometres and has 3,50,03,674 people living in it (2011 Census). Telangana was part of the Hyderabad state from September 17, 1948, until November 1, 1956. On November 1, 1956, it was merged with Andhra State to form Andhra Pradesh.

Telangana was made when both houses of Parliament passed the AP State Reorganization Bill. For decades, people had been fighting for a separate state. Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh are to the north of Telangana. Karnataka is to the west, and Andhra Pradesh is to the south and east. Hyderabad, Warangal, Nizamabad, Nalgonda, Khammam, and Karimnagar are some of the most important cities in the state.

There are 33 districts in the state, and they cover an area of 1,12,077 sq. km (44,273 sq. mi). Bhadradri Kothagudem is the largest district, while Hyderabad is the smallest. The Telangana Districts are Adilabad, Hyderabad, jagtial, acharya Jayashankar, kama reddy, Karimnagar, Khammam, komarambheem, kothagudem, mahabubabad, Mahbubnagar, malkajgiri, Medak, NagarKurnool, Nalgonda, Nirmal, Nizamabad, peddapalle, rangareddy, sangar eddy, shamshabad, siddipet, Surya pet,wanaparthy, Warangal,yadadri, jangon, Sircilla, Gadwal And Asifabad.

Telangana State

Telangana State With Districts 

Telangana state is well developed industrially, with various industries in and around Hyderabad. Cement industries are found in Telangana districts, such as Tandur in the Rangareddy district, Miryalaguda in the Nalgonda district etc. Patancheru area in Medak district is also well developed industrially. The paper industry is in Sirpur, a thermal power centre in Kothagudem. The 7th longest national highway, NH no. 44, passes through Telangana's Adilabad, Nizamabad, Medak Rangareddy, Hyderabad and Mahboobnagar districts.
Telangana region existed since the ancient Stone Age. Historians found many pieces of evidence in Vemulapalli, Eturi Nagaram, Basara, Bodh, Haaliya, Kathur, Veltur, Pochampadu etc. The information related to Telangana is also mentioned in various books related to Buddhism. Rich Telangana history came to light in many archaeological escalations in the state. Telangana was part of Hyderabad state till 1948 and was made a part of India on 17 September 1948. In 1956, the Telugu speaking areas and the state of Andhra were combined, and the first linguistic state Andhra Pradesh was formed. The separate Telangana movement peaked in 1969 under the leadership of Marri Chennareddy. 

In 2011, K Chandrasekhara Rao formed the Telangana Rashtra Samithi party with a separate Telangana state agenda. Student and employee unions actively participated in the movement. On 30th July 2013, Congress Working Committee made a resolution for a separate Telangana state, which was approved on 3rd October 2014. Parliament approved the separate Telangana state bill, which was formed on 2nd June 2014.

Telangana was formed as the 29th state of India. Residual Andhra Pradesh will also have Hyderabad as its capital for ten years from the formation of the Telangana state. The state's major cities are Hyderabad, Warangal, Karimnagar, Medak, Ramagundam etc.

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