YSR District with Mandals and Tourist Places in Andhra Pradesh State

YSR District, with Mandals and Tourist Places in Andhra Pradesh State  : (Previously known as Kadapa District), is considered the heart of Rayalaseema due to its central location and connectivity with the other four districts. Many wonderful things happen in the District’s past and culture. With 26 districts, the state of Andhra Pradesh has a YSR district. About 377.5 km away is the capital city of Amaravathi, and 8 km (5.0 mi) south of it is the Penna River. The Nallamala and Palakonda hills are on three sides of the city. Gadapa, which means “Threshold,” is the city’s name because it is the way to get to the holy hills of Tirumala from the west. Tirumala is famous for its ties to Venkateswara Swamy.

YSR District

YSR District

This place has a tropical temperature. It doesn’t rain as much in Kadapa in the winter as in the summer. The average temperature in Kadapa is 29.2 °C all year.

There are three revenue divisions in the YSR District. They are Kadapa, Jammalamadugu, and Badvel. There are 36 mandals in the district that fall under these revenue categories. It has six Municipalities: Badvel, Mydukur, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Jammalamadugu, and Yerraguntla, and one Municipal Corporation called Kadapa.

 

Mandals in YSR District

The YSR District has 36 mandals. We have listed in the table below:

 

C.K. Dinne Chakrayapet Chennur
Kamalapuram Pendlimarri V.N. Palli
Vallur Vempalli Yerraguntla
Kadapa Vontimitta Sidhout
Jammalamadugu Kondapuram Lingala
Muddanur Mylavaram Rajupalem
Proddatur Peddamudium Pulivendula
Simhadripuram Thondur Vemula
Chapad Khajipet Duvvur
Mydukur Atloor B.Kodur
B. Mattam Badvel Gopavaram
Kalasapadu Porumamilla SAKN

Tourist Places in the YSR District

The Most popular tourist destinations in YSR Kadapa District are Vontimitta, Gandi–Anjaneya, Brahmamgari Matham, Pushpagiri and Ameen Peer Dargha.

YSR District with Mandals and Tourist Places