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Mahabubnagar District : Telangana

About District

Mahabubnagar is the largest district in Telangana State in terms of area(18432.00 sq. km) covered. It is also known as Palamoor. Mahabubnagar district headquarters town was named after Mir Mahabub Ali Khan, the Nizam of Hyderabad. It is located between 160 and 170 N, latitudes and 770 and 790 E, longitudes. It is bounded on the north by Ranga Reddy and Nalgonda districts of Telangana, on the east by Nalgonda district of Telangana State and Guntur districts of Andhra Pradesh State, on the south by the rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra and on the west by Raichur and Gulbarga districts of Karnataka State. The area of the district is 18,432 sq. kms. The total population of the district is 40,53,028 as per Census 2011. The district is divided into 5 revenue divisions, 64 mandals, 1475 villages. Agriculture is the main occupation enriched with paddy, jowar, groundnut, castor, cotton. Mahabubnagar district is abode of many religious and heritage sites, whose history dates back to times immemorial. There are a number of medium to large places of tourist/worship in and around the Mahabubnagar town. These are places of worship in the Mahabubnagar district. These are places of significant historical and religious importance.

District at a Glance

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