Parvathipuram Manyam District With Mandals in Andhra Pradesh State

Parvathipuram Manyam District With Mandals in Andhra Pradesh State: The government recently added 13 new districts to the existing 13 districts. Now, the state has 26 districts, and Parvathipuram Manyam is one of the new districts. The administrative headquarters of this state is Parvathipuram. This is carved out of the Vijayanagaram district, Parvathipuram revenue division, and is a part of the Srikakulam district. Parvathipuram and Palakonda are the district’s two revenue divisions, and each will have a sub-collector as the head. These divisions are further divided into 15 mandals. The new district consists of 4 assembly constituencies and one parliamentary constituency, Araku.

Parvathipuram Manyam District With Mandals

Parvathipuram Manyam District With Mandals

Overview of Parvathipuram Manyam District

The Parvathipuram Manyam District area is 3659 square kilometers, with 2 revenue divisions and 15 revenue mandals. The district’s literacy rate is 50.9%. There are 910 villages and 2.29 households. The total district population is 9.25 lacs. The male population is 4.54 lacs, and the female
population is 4.7 lacs. The primary language spoken here is Telugu.
The people of Parvathipuram Manyam district mainly depend on agriculture. The main crops grown here are paddy, cashew nuts, mangoes, etc. With the creation of a new district, medical, educational, and employment opportunities are expected to develop in this region.

History of Parvathipuram Manyam District

The new district in Andhra Pradesh, Parvathipuram Manyam district, is carved out of the Vijayanagaram
district. Vijayanagaram district was formed on 1 June 1979 with Gajapatinagaram, S.Kota,
Bhogapuram talukas in Visakha district, Bobbili, Parvathipuram, Saluru, Kurupam, Cheepurapalli
talukas in Srikakulam. The new district now has 15 mandals – 8 mandals in the Parvathipuram division
and 7 mandals in the Palakonda division.
For the last thirty years, Parvathipuram, one of the oldest municipalities and the regional headquarters of ITD, has been requesting district status.

Tourist Places in Parvathipuram Manyam District

Parvathipuram Manyam district shares borders with Odisha state. The region is well connected by
road and railways. There are many Tourist Places around Parvathipuram. There is a historic
temple dedicated to Lord Kasi Viswanath, which is 5 km away from Parvathipuram town. Thotapalli is another
famous temple, and it is known as Chinna Tirupathi. Janvathi Rubber Dam is another tourist attraction; tourists can enjoy sightseeing and boating here. Parvathipuram is a gateway city between
Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Many educational institutions are also here, and students from
Odisha come here for better education.

Mandals in Parvathipuram Manyam District

Palakonda Mandal Seethampeta Mandal Bhamini Mandal
Veeraghattam Mandal Jiyyammavalasa Mandal Gumma Lakshmipuram Mandal
Kurupam Mandal Komarada Mandal Garugubilli Mandal
Parvathipuram Mandal Seethanagaram Mandal Balijipeta Mandal
Salur Mandal Pachipenta Mandal Makkuva Mandal

Parvathipuram Manyam District With Mandals