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Vijayawada Andhra State Capital CityVastu Consultant Services Andhra Pradesh | Amaravathi : Andhra Pradesh is a state in India out of 29 states, located in Southern part of India. Hyderabad is the shared capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh for 10 years and de facto capital is Vijayawada (upto 1st April 2015), as it was decided by the present Government.

Andhra Pradesh is a purely Telugu state and has total 23 districts. Unfortunately this state was bifurcated in the year 2014 and 13 districts went to Andhra Pradesh and 10 districts went to Telangana. New Andhra Pradesh state capital city named as "Amaravathi" on 01st April, 2015. Amaravathi city has Lord Shiva temple and called as Amareswara Swamy temple, some few people says like Amareswaram. Amareswara swamy temple of Amaravathi is one of the famous Pancharamas temples. Pancha means five, 5 temple towns called as Pancharamas, it was formerly said to be known as Andhra nagari. Famous and well noted Krishna river is passing through this place. Government of Andhra Pradesh decided to propose a new metropolitan area near to Tullur which was in between Guntur and Vijayawada cities. Amaravathi is said to be the most well organized planning city which the new city plan was served by Singapore. (Which we got information when we published this webpage)

Boundaries to Andhra Pradesh is Telangana state towards Northwest direction, Northeast is Odisha or Orissa, West direction is Karnataka state, South part lies with Tamilnadu. East direction lies with Bay of Bengal. Andhra Pradesh is the fourth largest state by area and the 5th largest state by population in India.

Vijayawada bears testimony to the existence of old age Buddhist and Hindu civilizations and historical monuments. Puttaparthi and Tirumala are two International holy religious hubs in the Southern area of the state. Tirumala is well known for Lord Venkateswara Swamy and Puttaparthi is for Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

AP is also called as Rice Bowl, Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of rice in India, and hence, it is nicknamed as The Rice Bowl of India. The state is India's eighth largest state by area of 160,205 km and tenth largest by population. This state has vast coastal line. The Government has to take appropriate actions to develop the coastal business, generally coastal areas has many facilities to transport goods from different countries. This may be an additional feature to Andhra Pradesh State.

 

Tirumala Venkateswara SwamyAccording to year 2011 population census, the population of Andhra Pradesh has a population of 49,386,799. Andhra Pradesh is famous for it's delicious Andhra cuisine and tourist attractions like the Charminar, Tirupathi Balaji, Warangal Fort and Rajahmundry among others. After bifurcation we did not get the exact population information of Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh state is famous for it's delicious Andhra cuisine and tourist attractions like Tirupathi Balaji (Tirumala Tirupathi Devastanam), Rajahmundry (Rajamahendravaram), Sathya Saibaba of Puttaparthi, Visakhapatnam / Waltair / Vizag, Sri Suryanarayana Swamy Temple at Arasavilli, Lord Vishnu Temple at Srikurmam, Buddist stupas at Salihundam near to Gara mandal in Srikakulam district, Lord Shiva or Mukteswara Swamy temple at Srimukhalingam, one of the important port is Kalingapatnam a place for Dargha Shariff the tomb of religious people, Mallikarjuna swamy temple at Srisailam, Siva temple at Mahanandhi, Sri Raghavendra Swamy temple in Mantralayam Kurnool District, Kanipaka Ganapathi Temple at Chittoor District, Sri Kanaka Mahalakshmi temple at Visakhapatnam, temples in Pitapuram, this matter is came from SubhaVaastu.com website.

The state of Andhra Pradesh forms a part of the famous Deccan plateau and has the second-longest coastline of 972 km in India. Two major rivers traversing this plateau section are the River Krishna and River Godavari, while running across the state, the two rivers create huge deltas prior to flowing into the Bay of Bengal, Konaseema is also very well known of wonderful delta, its a famous for eye scenic beautiful greenery and a great culture of hospitality.

Andhra Pradesh is a quite rich in minerals and captures the second position in India in terms of its mineral deposit resources. The important industries in Andhra Pradesh include Business Management, Biotechnology, Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals, Construction and Real Estate.

The official language of the state is Telugu, some other languages which are often spoken in Andhra Pradesh are Tamil, Oriya, Marathi, Kannada and Hindi. Telugu people are the main ethnic group in the state, they are primarily called as Dravidian.

List of Districts of Andhra Pradesh

The state has a total of 13 districts and with two regions Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra often referred as Seemandhra by the news media. The largest district is Anantapur and smallest one is Srikakulam district.

Rayalaseema comprises with four districts like Anantapur, Chittoor, Kurnool and YSR Kadapa or Cuddapah.

Coastal Andhra comprises the 9 districts namely East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore District, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam.

Observe the below AP map published with district names and their location.

Districts Map
  • DistrictHeadquartersPinCode
  • AnantapuramuAnantapuramu515001
  • ChittoorChittoor517001
  • East GodavariKakinada533001
  • GunturGuntur522002
  • KadapaKadapa516001
  • KrishnaMachilipatnam521001
  • KurnoolKurnool518001
  • NelloreNellore524001
  • PrakasamOngole523001
  • SrikakulamSrikakulam532001
  • VisakhapatnamVisakhapatnam530001
  • VijayanagaramVijayanagaram535002
  • West GodavariEluru534001

Summary of all AP districts:

Anantapur:

Anantapur District is in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh and it is the largest district in terms of geographical area in Andhra Pradesh State and seventh largest district in India. The district headquarters is located at Anantapur town/city. It has a semi-arid climate, with hot and dry conditions for most of the year. The District has been divided into three Revenue Divisions consisting of 63 Revenue Mandals (Anantapur Division 20, Dharmavaram Division 17 and Penukonda Division 26).

Mandals:

The list of 63 mandals in Anantapur district are:

  • Agali
  • Garladinne
  • Madakasira
  • Rayadurg
  • Amadagur
  • Gooty
  • Mudigubba
  • Roddam
  • Amarapuram
  • Gorantla
  • Nallacheruvu
  • Rolla
  • Anantapur
  • Gudibanda
  • Nallamada
  • Settur
  • Atmakur
  • Gummagatta
  • Nambulapulakunta
  • Singanamala
  • Bathalapalle
  • Guntakal
  • Narpala
  • Somandepalle
  • Beluguppa
  • Hindupur
  • Obuladevaracheruvu
  • Tadimarri
  • Bommanahal
  • Kadiri
  • Pamidi
  • Tadpatri
  • Brahmasamudram
  • Kalyandurg
  • Parigi
  • Talupula
  • Bukkapatnam
  • Kambadur
  • Peddapappur
  • Tanakal
  • Bukkarayasamudram
  • Kanaganapalle
  • Peddavadugur
  • Uravakonda
  • Chenne Kothapalle
  • Kanekal
  • Penu Konda
  • Vajrakarur
  • Chilamathur
  • Kothacheruvu
  • Putlur
  • Vidapanakal
  • D.Hirehal
  • Kudair
  • Puttaparthi
  • Yadiki
  • Dharmavaram
  • Kundurpi
  • Ramagiri
  • Yellanur
  • Gandlapenta
  • Lepakshi
  • Raptadu
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It is bounded on the North by Kurnool District, on the East by Kadapa District, on the Southeast by Chittoor District and on the Southwest and west by Karnataka state. Six rivers flow within the district: Penna, Chithravathi, Vedavathi, Papagni, Swarnamukhi, and Thadakaleru.


Chittoor:

Chittoor is a municipal corporation and district headquarters located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Chittoor city lies on the banks of Ponnai River at the Southernmost part of Andhra Pradesh state. It is located at the junction of national highway 4 and national highway 18 between Bangalore and Chennai. The famous Tirupati temple and Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple is located close to the city.

Mandals:

There are a total of 66 Mandals in Chittoor district are:

  • B.Kothakota
  • Kurabalakota
  • Puttur
  • Vedurukuppam
  • Baireddipalle
  • Madanapalle
  • Ramachandrapuram
  • Venkatagirikota
  • Bangarupalem
  • Mulakalacheruvu
  • Ramakuppam
  • Vijayapuram
  • Buchinaidu khandriga
  • Nagalapuram
  • Ramasamudram
  • Yadamari
  • Chandragiri
  • Nagari
  • Renigunta
  • Yerpedu
  • Chinnagottigallu
  • Narayanavanam
  • Rompicherla
  • Yerravaripalem
  • Chittoor
  • Nimmanapalle
  • Santhipuram
  •  
  • Chowdepalle
  • Nindra
  • Satyavedu
  •  
  • Gangadhara nellore
  • Pakala
  • Sodam
  •  
  • Gangavaram
  • Palamaner
  • Somala
  •  
  • Gudipala
  • Palasamudram
  • Srikalahasti
  •  
  • Gudupalle
  • Peddamandyam
  • Srirangarajapuram
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  • Gurramkonda
  • Peddapanjani
  • Thamballapalle
  •  
  • Irala
  • Peddathippasamudram
  • Thavanampalle
  •  
  • K.V.B. Puram
  • Penumuru
  • Thottambedu
  •  
  • Kalakada
  • Pileru
  • Tirupati Rural
  •  
  • Kalikiri
  • Pitchatur
  • Tirupati Urban
  •  
  • Kambhamvaripalle
  • Pulicherla
  • Vadamalapeta
  •  
  • Karvetinagar
  • Punganur
  • Varadaiahpalem
  •  
  • Kuppam
  • Puthalapattu
  • Vayalpadu
  •  

It is bounded on the east by Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh and Trivuvallur and Vellore Districts of Tamil Nadu, on the west by Kolar and Chikkaballapur Districts of Karnataka, on the North Kadapa District of Andhra Pradesh and on the south by Dharmapuri District of Tamil Nadu.


East Godavari:

The East Godavari District is located in the North Coastal part of the state of Andhra Pradesh and district headquarters is at Kakinada. The District is known as rice bowl of Andhra Pradesh with lush paddy fields and coconut groves. It is also known as another Kerala.

The culture of East Godavari district is a rich traditional one in all parts of the district, and reflects the true culture of Andhra Pradesh. It is known for Veda-pandits, the Godavari River and the hospitality of the people. The Telugu language originated in this district (in Rajahmundry or Rajamahendri or Rajamahendravaram). East Godavari District has produced several stalwarts in area of culture, music, art and cinema.

The key industries that offer employment and source of livelihood to the people are fisheries, plywood unit, paper mill, sugar factory, sugar and bio fuel plants etc.

The district is divided into 6 revenue divisions and 60 revenue Mandals among which 58 are rural and 2 are urban.

Mandals:

  • Amalapuram
  • Jaggampeta
  • Maredumilli
  • Rangampeta
  • Addateegala
  • Kadiam
  • Mummidivaram
  • Ravulapalem
  • Ainavilli
  • Kajuluru
  • Mamidikuduru
  • Rayavaram
  • Alamuru
  • Kakinada (Rural)
  • P.Gannavaram
  • Razole
  • Allavaram
  • Kakinada (urban)
  • Pamarru
  • Routhulapudi
  • Ambajipeta
  • Kapileswarapuram
  • Pedapudi
  • Sakhinetipalli
  • Anaparti
  • Karapa
  • Peddapuram
  • Samalkota
  • Atreyapuram
  • Katrenikona
  • Pithapuram
  • Sankhavaram
  • Biccavolu
  • Kirlampudi
  • Prathipadu
  • Seethanagaram
  • Devipatnam
  • Korukonda
  • Rajahmundry (Rural)
  • Thallarevu
  • Gandepalle
  • Kotananduru
  • Rajahmundry (Urban)
  • Thondangi
  • Gangavaram
  • Kothapalle
  • Rajanagaram
  • Tuni
  • Gokavaram
  • Kothapeta
  • Rajavommangi
  • Uppalaguptam
  • Gollaprolu
  • Malikipuram
  • Ramachandrapuram
  • Y.Ramavaram
  • I.Polavaram
  • Mandapeta
  • Rampachodavaram
  • Yeleswaram

The district is bounded on North by Visakhapatnam District, Malkangiri District of Orissa on the Northwest by Khammam District, on the East and South by Bay of Bengal and West by West Godavari District.


Guntur:

Guntur is the third most populous city in Andhra Pradesh, located 40 miles (64 km) to the west of the Bay of Bengal it is third most populous city in Andhra Pradesh after Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada.

The city is also a center for business and commerce, industry and agriculture. The city is famous for its exports, including chilies, cotton and tobacco. The city is slated to be part of 'Twin Cities' combining the near by Vijayawada.

Towns and villages

Guntur mandal consists of Guntur Municipal Corporation and its Urban agglomerations.Gram Panchayats of ten surrounding villages viz., are merged with Guntur Municipal Corporation.

The remaining villages in the mandal are :

China Palakaluru
Jonnalagadda

Kadapa:

Kadapa District (also referred to as YSR Kadapa District) formerly known as Cuddapah, is one of the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh, India.

The city is surrounded on three sides by the Nallamala and Palakonda hills. The city is nick named Gadapa (which means 'Threshold') because it is the gateway from the West to the sacred hills of Tirumala, which is known for its connections to Lord Venkateswara Swamy.

Mandals:

There are a total of 51 Mandals in Kadapa district.

  • Atlur
  • Kalasapadu
  • Porumamilla
  • Veeraballi
  • B.Kodur
  • Kamalapuram
  • Proddatur
  • Veerapanayani Palle
  • Badvel
  • Khajipet
  • Pulivendula
  • Vempalle
  • Brahmamgarimatham
  • Koduru
  • Pullampeta
  • Vemula
  • Chakrayapet
  • Kondapuram
  • Rajampet
  • Vontimitta
  • Chapadu
  • Lakkireddipalle
  • Rajupalem, Kadapa
  • Yerragun
  • Chennur
  • Lingala
  • Ramapuram
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  • Chinnamandem
  • Muddanur
  • Rayachoti
  •  
  • Chinthakomma Dinne
  • Mydukur
  • Sambepalle
  •  
  • Chitvel
  • Mylavaram
  • Sidhout
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  • Duvvur
  • Nandalur
  • Simhadripuram
  •  
  • Galiveedu
  • Obulavaripalle
  • Sri Avadhuth Kasinayana
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  • Gopavaram
  • Peddamudium
  • T. Sundupalle
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  • Jammalamadugu
  • Penagalur
  • Thondur
  •  
  • Kadapa
  • Pendlimarri
  • Vallur
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Krishna:

Krishna district is a district in the Coastal Andhra region of Andhra Pradesh, India. Machilipatnam is the administrative headquarters and Vijayawada is the biggest city in the district (third in the state) and a commercial center. Matter is came from SubhaVaastu.com website.

Krishna is also home to Bandar Laddu, Bandar Halwa, Nuzvid mangoes, Chilakalapudi Bangaram (Imitation Jewellery or ornaments), Pedana Kalamkari (Block printed Cotton textiles) & Kondapalli Toys or Kondapalli Bommalu.

Mandals

The list of 50 mandals in Krishna district are:

  • A.Konduru
  • Gudlavalleru
  • Movva
  • Penuganchiprolu
  • Agiripalli
  • Guduru
  • Mudinepalli
  • Reddigudem
  • Avanigadda
  • Ibrahimpatnam
  • Musunuru
  • Thotlavalluru
  • Bantumilli
  • Jaggaiahpet
  • Mylavaram
  • Tiruvuru
  • Bapulapadu
  • Kaikaluru
  • Nagayalanka
  • Unguturu
  • Challapalli
  • Kalidindi
  • Nandigama
  • Vatsavai
  • Chandarlapadu
  • Kanchikacherla
  • Nandivada
  • Veerullapadu
  • Chatrai
  • Kankipadu
  • Nuzvid
  • Vijayawada (rural)
  • G.Konduru
  • Koduru
  • Pamarru
  • Vijayawada (urban)
  • Gampalagudem
  • Kruthivennu
  • Pamidimukkala
  • Vissannapeta
  • Gannavaram
  • Machilipatnam
  • Pedana
  • Vuyyuru
  • Ghantasala
  • Mandavalli
  • Pedaparupudi
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  • Gudivada
  • Mopidevi
  • Penamaluru
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Krishna District gets its name from the holy river Krishna, the third largest river that flows in India. The river Krishna originates near Mahabaleswar (Maharastra) and joins the Bay of Bengal near Hamsaladevi Village in our district.


Kurnool:

Kurnool is a beautiful city located in Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The city is known to be the seventh most populated city of the state of AP. The name Kurnool derived from "Kandenavolu". The city known as Kandenapalli or the city of Kandena. Kandena is a Telugu word it means Grease. The city was also called as the city of Skanda or Kumaraswamy ( the chief God of Wars, son of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvathi )

Among well known Kurnool attraction are- Kondareddy Fort or Kondareddy Buruju, Ranamandala Hill, Nallamala forest, Mahanandhi temple, Jagannatha Hill, Nayanalappa, Alampur temple, Velgode Reservoir, Tartoor, Ahobilam Narasimha Swamy Temple and Kalava Buggha. All these places located in and nearby Kurnool are must-visit tourist attractions.

Kurnool lies on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. The Hundri and Neeva rivers also flow through the city. Kurnool is considered as the Gateway of Rayalaseema as one must pass through Kurnool to reach Kadapa or Chittor or Anantapur districts while travelling from Hyderabad.

Kurnool District comprises 3 revenue divisions, and 54 mandals in Kurnool District. The revenue divisions are Adoni, Nandyal and Kurnool.

  • Adoni
  • Holagunda
  • Owk
  • Allagadda
  • Jupadu Bungalow
  • Pagidyala
  • Alur
  • Kallur
  • Pamulapadu
  • Aspari
  • Kodumuru
  • Panyam
  • Atmakur
  • Koilkuntla
  • Pattikonda
  • Banaganapalle
  • Kolimigundla
  • Peapally
  • Bandi Atmakur
  • Kosigi
  • Pedda Kadubur
  • Bethamcherla
  • Kothapalle
  • Rudravaram
  • C.Belagal
  • Kowthalam
  • Sanjamala
  • Chagalamarri
  • Krishnagiri
  • Sirvel
  • Chippagiri
  • Kurnool
  • Srisailam
  • Devanakonda
  • Maddikera (East)
  • Tuggali
  • Dhone (Dronachalam)
  • Mahanandi
  • Uyyalawada
  • Dornipadu
  • Mantralayam
  • Veldurthi
  • Gadivemula
  • Miduthur
  • Velgodu
  • Gonegandla
  • Nandavaram
  • Yemmiganur
  • Gospadu
  • Nandikotkur
  • Mayalur
  • Gudur
  • Nandyal
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  • Halaharvi
  • Orvakal
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Kurnool is surrounded by districts of Mahbubnagar/Mahaboobnagar/Palamuru district of Telangana to the North, Anantapur sitrict, Kadapa districts to South, Praksam district to East and Bellary of Karnataka to the West.

Nellore:

Nellore district (or Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore district), located in Coastal Andhra region, is one of the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh. Nellore also known as Vikrama Simhapuri or Simhapuri.

Nellore is a city and municipal corporation in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Nellore is the forth most populous city in Andhra Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore district.

The mandal is bounded by Sangam, Butchireddipalem, Indukurpet, Kovur, Podalakur, Thotapalligudur, Venkatachalam and Muthukur mandals.

Towns and villages:

  • Akkacheruvupadu
  • Kanuparthipadu
  • Allipuram
  • Mannavarappadu
  • Amancherla
  • Mattempadu
  • Ambapuram
  • Mogallapalem
  • Buja Buja Nellore
  • Mulumudi
  • Chintareddipalem
  • Ogurupadu
  • Devarapalem
  • Pedda Cherukur
  • Donthali
  • Penubarthi
  • Golla Kandukur
  • Pottepalem
  • Gudipallipadu
  • Sajjapuram
  • Gundlapalem
  • South Mopur
  • Kakupalle-I
  • Upputuru
  • Kakupalle-II (Madaraja Gudur)
  • Vellanti
  • Kallurpalle
  • Visavaviletipadu
  • Kandamur
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Prakasam:

Prakasam District is an administrative district in Coastal Andhra region of Andhra Pradesh and district headquarters is located at Ongole, the largest city in the district.

The Ongole district was formed on February 2, 1970. It was later renamed to Prakasam on May 2, 1972. The Prakasam district was formed with Markapur division from Kurnool, Ongole division from Guntur and Kandukuru division from Nellore. The district is named in memory of 'Andhra Kesari' Tanguturi Prakasam Panthulu who was born in Ammanabrolu of this district. The only Municipal Corporation in Prakasam is Ongole.

Main Towns:

Singarayakonda, Addanki, Inkollu, Markapur, Yerragondapalem, Podili, Darsi, Donakonda, Chirala, Kandukur, Pamuru, Parchur, Giddaluru, Dornala, Cumbum, Kanigiri, Chimakurthy, Martur


Srikakulam:

Srikakulam was formerly called Gulshanabad (Garden city) during Muslim rule and was headquarters of Muslim fauzdars and it was renamed as Chicacole or Chiccole by British colonial rulers. After independence, it was renamed to Srikakulam District.

The Temple of Sun God is located at Arasavalli, 2 kilometers away from the town is the only Sun God temple in Southern India and was constructed by a Kalinga dynasty king. Mukhalingam: Sri Mukhalingam is another temple in Srikakulam which is believed to have been built in the 9th century. This holy place is on the left bank of Vamsadhara.

Important Towns in Srikakulam District :

Amudalavalasa, Battili, Gorlepeta, Ichchapuram, Palakonda, Palasa-Kasibugga, Pathapatnam, Rajam, Sompeta.


Vishakhapatnam:

Visakhapatnam District often called "The Jewel of the East Coast" is one of the North Eastern Coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and it is primarily an industrial city, apart from being a port city. It is the administrative headquarters of Visakhapatnam District and is also home of the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy.

Visakhapatnam is famous for its natural harbour, Ship building unit, Steel plant, Oil refineries, Dolphin's Nose Hills, and Ramakrishna beach. Rushikonda beach. It is industrial city in Andhra pradesh.

Some important Tourist spots are Bhimunipatnam (Sea Port), Simhachalam (Sri Varaha Narasimha Swami temple), Araku Valley (famous for scenic beauty), Borra Caves (also called as Borra Guhalu), Bavikonda, Kondakarla Ava (largest freshwater lake in the country).

  • Anakapalli
  • Makavarapalem
  • Anandapuram
  • Munagapaka
  • Ananthagiri
  • Munchingiputtu
  • Araku Valley
  • Nakkapalli
  • Atchutapuram
  • Narsipatnam
  • Bheemunipatnam
  • Nathavaram
  • Butchayyapeta
  • Paderu
  • Cheedikada
  • Padmanabham
  • Chintapalle
  • Paravada
  • Chodavaram
  • Payakaraopeta
  • Devarapalle
  • Pedabayalu
  • Dumbriguda
  • Pedagantyada
  • G.Madugula
  • Pendurthi
  • Gajuwaka (Urban)
  • Rambilli
  • Golugonda
  • Ravikamatham
  • Gudem Kotha Veedhi
  • Rolugunta
  • Hukumpeta
  • S.Rayavaram
  • K.Kotapadu
  • Sabbavaram
  • Kasimkota
  • Visakhapatnam (Rural)
  • Kotauratla
  • Visakhapatnam (Urban)
  • Koyyuru
  • Yelamanchili
  • Madugula
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Vizianagaram :

Vizianagaram is one of the principal towns in North coastal Andhra, otherwise known as Uttarandhra. Vizianagaram translates to the "city of victory". The principal rivers flowing in the district are Nagavali, Vegavathi, Gomukhi, Suvarnamukhi, Champavathi and Gostani. Vizianagaram was ruled by different Hindu emperors of Kalinga (ancient Odisha) up to the medieval period. After the fall of the centralized Gajapati empire of Odisha, the region was governed by the Golkonda rulers. The ancestors of the Maharajas of Vizianagaram are believed to be the descendants of MahaRanas of Udaipur, the Sisodia dynasty and Vasishta gotra. The district is bounded on the east by the district of Srikakulam, Southwest by the district of Visakhapatnam, southeast by the Bay of Bengal, and northwest by the state of Odisha.

34 Mandals of Vizianagaram District :

Bhogapuram, Badangi, Bondapalli, Balijipeta, Bobbili, Cheepurupalli, Dattirajeru, Denkada, Gajapathinagaram, Gantyada, Garividi, Gurla, Garugubilli, Gummalaxmipuram, Jami, Jiyyammavalasa, Komarada, Kothavalasa, Kurupam, Lakkavarapukota, Makkuva, Mentada, Merakamudidam, Nellimarla, Pachipenta, Parvathipuram, Pusapatirega, Ramabhadrapuram, Salur, Seethanagaram, Srungavarapukota, Therlam, Vepada, Vizianagaram.


West Godavari:

West Godavari District headquarters is located at Eluru, and it is one of the 13 districts, in the Coastal Andhra region of Andhra Pradesh, India.

The district is extremely fertile, getting water abundantly throughout the Cotton barrage built on the Godavari River at Dhavaleswaram. The barrage channels water through two canals. Topographically the district is divided into the Delta and the uplands.

Rajahmundry (also called Rajamahendravaram) was a part of the Buddhist kingdom of Vengi. The Eastern Chalukyas ruled coastal Andhra from 700 to 1200, with Vengi, near the village of Pedavegi, as their capital. Historical evidences are found at the villages of Pedavegi and Guntupalli (Jilakarragudem).

In the Delta, aquaculture, coconut, lemon and rice are cultivated. The district is popularly known as the Granary of India since about 50% of the state's rice production comes from the district. In the uplands, oil palm, sugarcane, corn, mango, banana and other fruits as well as tobacco and cotton are produced. In the coastal belt of the district, prawns and fish is exported to Japan and the United States.

Eluru is the largest city in West Godavari District, with a thriving woolen pile carpet industry. Tadepalligudem is the geographic center of the district and is biggest market centre. Bhimavaram is a hub for Prawns export and is the home of Vendra paper mills. Tadepalligudem has foods, fats and fertilisers industry. Tanuku has Andhra Sugars. Narasapuram is one major town in West Godavari District and it is famous for crochet lace products. Palakol is a famous for coconut exports.

Mandals

There are a total of 48 mandals in West Godavari district.

  • Attili
  • Gopalapuram
  • Nallajarla
  • Palakol
  • Akiveedu
  • Ganapavaram
  • Nidadavole
  • Thallapudi
  • Achanta
  • Iragavaram
  • Nidamarru
  • T.Narasapuram
  • Buttayagudem
  • Jeelugumilli
  • Polavaram
  • Tadepalligudem
  • Bhimavaram
  • Jangareddigudem
  • Pedavegi
  • Tanuku
  • Bhimadole
  • Kamavarapukota
  • Pedapadu
  • Undrajavaram
  • Chagallu
  • Kovvur
  • Pentapadu
  • Unguturu
  • Chintalapudi
  • Kalla
  • Peravali
  • Undi
  • Devarapalle
  • Koyyalagudem
  • Poduru
  • Veeravasaram
  • Denduluru
  • Lingapalem
  • Palakoderu
  • Yelamanchili
  • Dwarakatirumala
  • Mogalthur
  • Penumantra
  • kukkunuru
  • Eluru
  • Narasapuram
  • Penugonda
  • velerupadu

Now coming to the Vastu shastra point of view, some vastu consultants states that due to this shape this state will dominate and will become very rich in future. We opinioned that the shapes may not be calculated for the states or countries, if there is a barricade or boundary wall or compound wall for the entire state then we have to calculate the shape. If there is a way from different places from different corners, how can we determine. The shape is excellent as per vastu, no doubt on it. Please note that after dissolution only Andhra Pradesh state seen masacre Hudhud force cyclone. After one week also Government is unable to calculate the estimation of loss. So what we opinioned that the shape may not be the countable point, the boundaries or barricade may be counts with Vastu shastra.


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