Population Growth Analysis

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History

Adilabad district has long drawn historical past ruled at different periods by dynasties namely, the Mauryas, Satavahanas, Vakatakas, Chalukyas of Badami, Rashtrakutas,Chalukyas of Kalyani, Mughals, Bhosle Rajes of Nagpur and Asaf Jahis, besides the Gond Rajas of Sirpur and Chanda for long. Originally this was a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur which was created in A.D. 182 with Edlabad (Adilabad), Rajura and Sirpur as its constituent talukas. In 1905, an independent district with headquarters at Adilabad was formed.

The district is situated on the northern boundary of Andhra Pradesh, forming a border with the Yavatmal and Chandrapur districts of Maharashtra on the north, east and western borders and Nizamabad and Karimnagar districts of Andhra Pradesh on the southern border. 19.67702째N 78.52993째E

Demography

Adilabad district occupies an area of 16,128 square kilometres (6,227 sq mi) making it the fifth largest district in Andhra Pradesh, occupying 5.90 percent of the area. Forest in the district covers 44.8 percent of the total area, whereas its famous trees, teak covers 58.49 percent of the whole forest. The district has a population of 24,88,003 (as per 2001 census) which accounts for 3.13% of the total population of the State, of which the rural population accounts for 18,23,004 or 73.52% of the total district population. Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes account for 18.57% and 16.74% of the total population respectively. Different tribals groups like Gonds, Kolams, Manewars, Lambadas inhabit Adilabad. Hence it can be ascertained that Adilabad is essentially a rural district with vast forest cover and tribal populations.

The most important river that drains the district is the River Godavari. The Penganga River, Wardha and Pranahita also drain the region. The Kadam and the Peddavagu are tributaries of the Godavari. There are also streams like Satnala, Swarnavagu, and Suddavagu which drain the district. The Godavari which is the largest river in peninsular India rises in the Western Ghats and enters this district near Basara in Mudhole Taluk. This mighty river forms the southern boundary of the district separating it from Nizamabad and Karimnagar districts. The Penganga forms part of the northern boundary of the district in Adilabad, while the Wardha and the Pranahita from the northern and eastern boundaries of the district. The highest natural waterfall of Andhra Pradesh is situated at Kuntala (V) of Neradigonda mandal, Potchera Waterfall at Pochara (V) of Boath mandal.

Climate

The climate of Adilabd is characterized by hot summers. Weather is generally dry except during the south-west monsoon season. The rainfall in the district, in general increases from the south-west towards the north east. About 85% of annual rainfall is received during the south-west monsoon season, July being the peak rainy month. The variation in the Annual rainfall is not large. The average annual rainfall of the district is 1044.5m.m. There is a meterological obervatory, station at headquarters Adilabad.

Divisions

a) Political divisions

The district has two Parliamentary constituencies and ten Assembly constituencies. Adilabad and Peddapally(partial) are the parliamentary constituencies whereas the assembly constituencies are Adilabad, Asifabad, Boath, Chinnoor, Khanapur, Mancherial, Bellampalli, Mudhole, Nirmal and Sirpur-T.

b) Administrative divisions

Adilabad district comprises 52 Mandals and 1743 villages. There are 7 Municipalities in the district. The district is divided into 5 divisions namely Adilabad, Nirmal, Utnoor, Asifabad and Mancherial

Forests

Forests in Adilabad are dry deciduous covering 6944.5 sq.kms and forming nearly 43% of the total area. The forests on steep hill slopes are maintained for the protection of the soil and no vegetation is normally exploited. The accessible forest in the plains as well as gentle slopes are under intensive management and are exploited systematically under different silvicultural systems suitable for the locality. Adilabad forests have rich variety of flora and fauna with Teak forming the major tree species. Kawwal Sanctuary was recently upgraded to a tiger reserve.

Handicrafts and artisans

Toy making crafts, Dhokra casting crafts are very popular in Adilabad District. Nirmal toys are higly renowned and Dhokra craft is practiced in Ushagaon, Jamgaon and Keslaguda villages of Jainoor and Kerameri mandal. The artisans at Nirmal produce articles of artistic content and features reflecting the local life and environment. The present day trend is on making animals, birds, fruits and vegetables which is appearance look as real as the natural pieces. The Dhokra casting artisans are living in this district since last 100 years and producing tribal ornaments, zoomorphic figures particularly horses, elephants either with or without rider, birds, animals, bells and lamps.

Culture

The Saraswathi temple at Basar, attracts thousands of pilgrims everyday for “Akshrabhyasa” of their children. There is a Nagoba temple at Keslapur. Every year lakhs of tribals gather at Keslapur for the Jatra. There is a Satyanarayana temple at Gudem, Luxettipet and CSI Church at Luxettipet town. At both these places an annual fares will be held.

District Profile Asifabad

KumuramBheem District is carved out of erstwhile Adilabad District. It is surrounded by Adilabad, Mancherial, Nirmal districts and the Maharashtra state. KumuramBheem is being renamed as KomaramBheem district after the legendary Gond martyr who was born in RavteSankepalli village near KumuramBheem.

KumuramBheem comprises 15 mandals and has two revenue divisions – KumuramBheem and Kaghaznagar. The district headquarter is located at KumuramBheem, a predominantly tribal town.

The railway line that connects the south and the north of India passes through KumuramBheem district. Sirpur-Kaghaznagar is a major railway station in the district. It has one RTC depot at KumuramBheem.

1.Brief:

  • Revenue Division : 2
  • Revenue Mandals : 15
  • Revenue Villages : 436
  • Geographical area : 4367.25 Sq. Kms

History:KumramBheem (22 October 1901 – 8 October 1940) was a tribal leader who fought for the rights of tribals over jal (water), jungle (forest) and zameen (land).

* Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that Adilabad district will be bifurcated and the new district will be named after tribal leader KumramBheem. Addressing a public meeting on the occasion of the 74th death anniversary of KumramBheem at Jodeghat in the district, KCR said the hillock in the village, where the leader died fighting the Nizam’s forces, will be developed into a tourist spot. He said the government will build a memorial at a cost of Rs 25 crore on 100 acres. The memorial will be ready within a year.

  1. Public Representative Information
  • Sri GodamNagesh
    Hon’ble Member of Parliament Adilabad Parliamentary Constituency.
  • Sri PuranamSathish
    Hon’ble Member of Legislative Counsil of Adilabad.
  • Sri KoneruKonappa
    Hon’ble MLA Sirpur Assembly Constituency
    Mobile: 9441255522
  • SmtKovaLaxmiGaru
    Hon’ble MLA KumuramBheem (ST) Assembly Constituency
    Mobile: 9848309284
    Mai: laxmikova88@gmail.com
  1. Tourist places
  • Ganagapur Temple in Rebbena Mandal.
  • Jodeghat village in KerameriMandal .
  • Sapthagunda Water Falls in Sirpur- U Mandal .
  • Pittaguda Water Falls, Mitte Water falls in Lingapur Mandal.
  • Sri KumramBheem Project, Ada, KumuramBheem Mandal.
  • Vattivagu Project, Chirrakunta, KumuramBheem Mandal.
  • Samithulagundam waterfalls, Movad, KumuramBheemMandal .
  • Tonkini Temple at Sirpur-T mandal.

District Profile Nirmal

The Nirmal district is etched out of erstwhile Adilabad District. The district is located in northern Telangana and borders Maharashtra and the Telangana districts of Asifabad (KomuramBheem), Adilabad, Mancherial, Jagtial and Nizamabad.

The district has two revenue divisions – Nirmal and Bhainsa and 19 mandals, while the district headquarters is located at Nirmal town.

Nirmal District derives its name from the king Nimma Rayudu, who played a pivotal role in the development of the region. The district has a great networking of roadways, with the National Highway 44 crisscrossing the district. It has two major RTC depots at Nirmal and at Bhainsa.

The district treasures some of the most fertile land in Telangana, with the river Godavari forming the southern border of the district and many small and medium projects being the major irrigation sources. In addition, there are chain tanks built around the Nirmal town. Paddy, cotton, pulses are the primary crops in the district.

Nirmal district has rich historical and cultural traditions. It is greatly inclined towards art. Several art forms flourish in the district viz. BinduYakshaganam, Bagavatham, Pandavulu, Yellamma Katha, SharadaKathalu, Kolatam and Jada Koppulu. And the most distinguishing of all, the exotic Nirmal Toys, made of wood, have earned national and international recognition.

Travel lovers are sure to find the district a huge attraction for its numerous tourist spots.SriGnanaSaraswathi Temple situated on the banks of River Godavari at Basar is very famous for AksharaSweekaram – initiation of children into learning. Aptly, the district also takes the credit of having the prestigious IIIT Basara. Kuntala Waterfalls in the district attracts thousands of nature lovers during the fall season. Kadem Minor Irrigation project is another place of interest for visitors. The district also boasts of forts like the Nirmal Fort, and the QuillaQutta fort.

District Profile Mancherial

Mancherial District is carved out of erstwhile Adilabad District. It is surrounded by Asifabad (KomuramBheem), Adilabad, Nirmal, Jagtial, Peddapalli, Bhoopalapally districts and the Maharashtra state.

The district comprises of 18 mandals and two revenue divisions – Mancherial and Bellampalli. The district headquarters is located at Mancherial town.

Mancherial is well connected through its roadways and railways. Mancherial is one of the A category stations of Secunderabad division and Bellampalli is also a major railway station in the region. The SH1, NH63 and Nagpur highway, run through the district, making the entire region well linked. It has one RTC depot at Mancherial. Rivers Godavari and Pranahita pass through it. Paddy is the major crop in the district.Housing a precious coal belt, the district is home to Singareni Collieries and Jaipur Thermal Power Plant. It also possesses several private cement manufacturers and ceramics factories. And the ceramic pipe industry, which is the largest in the in the country, is definitely an icing on the cake.Mancherial district boasts of the crocodile sanctuary near Chennur and thick forest under a part of the Kawal Tiger Reserve. Gudemgutta Sri Satyanarayana Swami Temple is a noted pilgrim centre in the district.