Mahabubnagar District with Mandals & Tourist Places in Telangana State

Mahabubnagar District with Mandals & Tourist Places in Telangana State: Mahabubnagar is the biggest district in Telangana State regarding its area (5,285.1 sq. km). It is also referred to as Palamoor. The district headquarters of Mahabubnagar was named after the Nizam of Hyderabad, Mir Mahabub Ali Khan. It is situated between 15° 55′ and 17° 29′ N latitudes and between 77° 15′ and 79° 15′ E longitudes. The district’s area is 5,285.1 square kilometers. It is bordered on the north by Telangana’s Ranga Reddy district, on the east by Telangana’s Nagarkurnool district, on the south by Telangana’s Wanaparthy and Jogulamba-Gadwal districts, and on the west by Karnataka‘s Raichur and Gulbarga districts.

Telangana forms the core of the Satavahana Dynasty (221BC-218AD), the Chalukyan Dynasty in South India (between the 5th and 11th centuries AD), and, in more recent times, the Golconda State and Hyderabad State, ruled by the Qutub Shahi Dynasty (1520-1687) and the Asaf Jahi Dynasty (1724-1948) until it was taken over by New Delhi in 1948. On September 18, 1948, this region became independent and joined democratic India.

Mahabubnagar District with Mandals

Mahabubnagar District

Mahabubnagar is close to Hyderabad and several temples on the route from Hyderabad to Tirupati. Even though these places have a lot of religious and historical value, they have been completely ignored for decades, which is very sad.
Most of the population resides in rural areas, giving Mahabubnagar the maximum rural population (89%) in the Telangana State. Agriculture is the primary source of rice, jowar, groundnut, castor, and cotton. Unfortunately, the district’s persistent issue is drought, which retards its development. There is a lack of basic infrastructure, such as public toilets, sewerage, drinking water supply, illumination, landscaping, development of parks, tourist arrival centres, tourist relaxation shelters, availability of information, leisure and entertainment facilities, marketing facilities for awareness creation, etc.
The renowned Golconda gems, including the famous “KOHINOOR” diamond, are supposed to have originated in the Mahabubnagar area.

Tourist Places in Mahabubnagar District

The Most Popular Tourist Destinations in Mahabubnagar District are Mayuri Haritha Vanam (ECO PARK) and many more.

Mandals in Mahabubnagar District

Mahabubnagar District has 15 mandals and 1 revenue division (Mahabubnagar). Mahabubnagar District Contains 316 villages. Below the table, we have listed all the mandals in Mahabubnagar District.

Addakal Balanagar Bhoothpur
Chinna Chinta Kunta Devarakadra Gandeed
Hanwada Jadcherla Koilkonda
Mahabubnagar(Rural) Mahabubnagar(Urban) Midjil
Moosapet Nawabpet Rajapur

Mahabubnagar District Mandals in Telangana State