Bhadradri Kothagudem district details mentioned below with block list, gram panchayat list, gas agency list, college list,village list, etc.
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Head quarter: Kothagudem
Area: 8951 km2
Density: 143 km2
|#||Name||SAMS Code||District||Block||College||College Code||Type|
|1||Adilabad||Adilabad||708952||4185.97 km2||171 km2||1725|
|2||Bhadradri Kothagudem||Kothagudem||1304811||8951 km2||143 km2||-|
|3||Hyderabad||Hyderabad||3441992||4325.29 km2||18172 km2||-|
|4||Jagtial||Jagtial||983414||3043.23 km2||407 km2||-|
|5||Jangaon||Jangaon||582457||2187.5 km2||259 km2||-|
|6||Jayashankar Bhoopalpally||Bhupalpalle||712257||6361.7 km2||115 km2||-|
|7||Jogulamba Gadwal||Gadwal||664971||2928 km2||208 km2||-|
|8||Kamareddy||Kamareddy||972625||3651 km2||266 km2||-|
|9||Karimnagar||Karimnagar||1016063||2379.07 km2||473 km2||1079|
|10||Khammam||Khammam||1401639||4453 km2||321 km2||1223|
|11||Komaram Bheem Asifabad||Komaram Bheem||515835||4300.16 km2||106 km2||-|
|12||Mahabubabad||Mahabubabad||770170||2876.7 km2||269 km2||-|
|13||Mahabubnagar||Mahbubnagar||1318110||4037 km2||281 km2||1537|
|14||Mancherial||Mancherial||807037||4056.36 km2||201 km2||-|
|15||Medak||Medak||767428||2740.89 km2||275 km2||1231|
|16||Medchal||Shamirpet||2542203||5005.98 km2||2251 km2||-|
|17||Nagarkurnool||Nagarkurnool||893308||6545 km2||124 km2||-|
|18||Nalgonda||Nalgonda||1631399||2449.79 km2||227 km2||1135|
|19||Nirmal||Nirmal||709415||3562.51 km2||185 km2||-|
|20||Nizamabad||Nizamabad||1534428||4153 km2||366 km2||912|
|21||Peddapalli||Peddapalle||795332||4614.74 km2||356 km2||-|
|22||Rajanna Sircilla||Sircilla||546121||2030.89 km2||273 km2||-|
|23||Rangareddy||Shamshabad||2551731||1038 km2||486 km2||870|
|24||Sangareddy||Sangareddy||1527628||4464.87 km2||347 km2||-|
|25||Siddipet||Siddipet||993376||3425.19 km2||279 km2||-|
|26||Suryapet||Suryapet||1099560||3374.47 km2||305 km2||-|
|27||Vikarabad||Vikarabad||881250||3385 km2||274 km2||-|
|28||Wanaparthy||Wanaparthy||751553||2938 km2||268 km2||-|
|29||Warangal (Rural)||Warangal||716457||2175.5 km2||330 km2||1049|
|30||Warangal (Urban)||Warangal||1135707||1304.5 km2||826 km2||-|
|31||Yadadri Bhuvanagiri||Bhongiri||726465||3091.48 km2||239 km2||-|
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Bhadradri Kothagudem district is a district located in the eastern part of the Indian state of Telangana. Spread over an area of about 7,483 square kilometers, it is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. The district is named after the famous Bhadrachalam temple, which is a significant pilgrimage site for Hindus and attracts devotees from all over the country.
The district is known for its diverse topography, which includes plains, hills, and forests. It shares its borders with the states of Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, making it a strategically important region. The Godavari and the Kinnerasani rivers flow through the district, adding to its natural beauty and providing water for irrigation and other purposes.
Bhadradri Kothagudem district has a rich history dating back to ancient times. It was ruled by various dynasties, including the Satavahanas, Kakatiyas, and the Vijayanagara Empire. The district also has historical significance as it was the place where the famous Kakatiya queen Rani Rudrama Devi was born. The region was also ruled by the Qutb Shahi and Asaf Jahi dynasties during the medieval period.
The district is known for its cultural heritage, with a mix of Telugu and tribal cultures. The people of Bhadradri Kothagudem district celebrate various festivals throughout the year, including Bonalu, Bathukamma, and Sammakka Saralamma Jatara, which are unique to the region. The district is also known for its traditional arts and crafts, including Kondapalli toys, brassware, and wooden carvings.
Bhadradri Kothagudem district is blessed with abundant natural resources, including coal reserves, limestone deposits, and forests. The Singareni Collieries Company Limited, a government-owned coal mining company, is headquartered in the district and is one of the largest employers in the region. The district is also known for its fertile agricultural lands, which support the cultivation of crops such as paddy, cotton, and sunflower.
The district is home to several wildlife sanctuaries, including the Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary and the Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary, which are known for their rich biodiversity. These sanctuaries are home to various species of flora and fauna, including tigers, leopards, deer, and several species of birds. The Kinnerasani Dam, located in the district, is a popular tourist spot and a major source of irrigation and drinking water for the region.
Infrastructure development has been a focus in Bhadradri Kothagudem district in recent years, with significant improvements in roads, electricity, and other basic amenities. The district is also witnessing industrial growth, with the establishment of several power plants, cement factories, and other industries. This has led to economic growth and employment opportunities for the local population.
Despite the progress, there are also challenges in Bhadradri Kothagudem district. Issues such as deforestation, pollution, and displacement of tribal communities due to industrialization and mining activities need to be addressed. There is also a need for sustainable development practices to protect the region's natural resources and preserve its cultural heritage.
In conclusion, Bhadradri Kothagudem district is a region of historical, cultural, and natural significance in Telangana. With its diverse topography, rich history, and cultural heritage, the district offers a unique blend of traditional and modern lifestyles.