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Karimnagar District ( , , : [kəriːmnəgər zɪlaː]) is in the north-western region of Andhra Pradeshmarker, Southern Indiamarker. Karimnagarmarker town is the district headquarters of the district that goes by the same name.

Etymology

Earlier, Karimnagar called as Yelagandala representing native Telangana people. Later on Nizams changed the name as Karimnagar which derives its name from Syed Karimullah Shah Saheb Quiladar, and was a centre for Vedic learning.

Geography

The district covers an area of 11,823 km². It is bounded on the north by Adilabad District, on the northeast by Maharashtramarker and Chhattisgarhmarker states, on the south by Warangal Districtmarker, on the southwest by Medak District, and on the west by Nizamabad Districtmarker. The largest town in the district is the Karimnagar with 550,000

District demographics

The district had a population of 3,491,822 of which 19.44% were urban as of 2001.
  • population density: 294 persons/km².
  • Literacy: 56%
    • male: 67.86%
    • female: 44.19%


Administration

Mr. Sandeep Sultania, IAS is the collector of the district of Karimnagar.

Mr. N Shivashankar reddy, IPS is the Superintendent of Police of Karimnagar District.

Mandals

Karimnagar district has 57 Mandals (Taluqas or revenue & administrative units)
1) Ibrahimpatnam

2) Mallapur

3) Raikal

4) Sarangapur

5) Dharmapuri

6) Velgatoor

7) Ramagundammarker

8) Kamanpurmarker

9) Manthanimarker

10) Kataram

11) Mahadevpur

12) Muttaram-Mahadevpur

13) Malhar

14) Muttaram-Manthani

15) Kalva Srirampur

16) Peddapalli

17) Julapalli

18) Dharmaram

19) Gollapallymarker

20) Jagtialmarker

21) Medipalli

22) Korutlamarker

23) Metpally

24) Kathlapur

25) Chandurthi

26) Kodimialmarker

27) Gangadhara

28) Mallialmarker

29) Pegadapalli

30) Choppadandimarker

31) Sultanabad

32) Odela

33) Jammikunta

34) Veenavanka

35) Manakondur

36) Karimnagar

37) Ramadugu

38) Boinpalli

39) Vemulawada

40) Konaraopeta

41) Yellareddipet

42) Gambhiraopetmarker

43) Mustabad

44) Sirsillamarker

45) Ellanthakunta

46) Bejjanki

47) Thimmapur

48) Kesavapatnam *

49) Huzurabadmarker

50) Kamalapurmarker

51) Elkathurthi

52) Saidapurmarker

53) Chigurumamidi

54) Kohedamarker

55) Husnabadmarker

56) Bheemadevarpalle

57) Eligedumarker

  • Banda Muttaram is one of the sacred places in Keshavapatnam mandal. Every year a festival called as "Banla teertam" is celebrated in this village with great ecstasy in the name of Lord "Srirama". People come here for blessings from the nearby mandals and villages during this auspicious occassion.


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