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Wanaparthy District Mandals list & Revenue Divisions Map

Wanaparthy District Mandals list & Revenue Divisions Map: This Town is located in Mahbubnagar district. New Wanaparthy District will be formed existing Mahaboobnagar and the area of the new district will be 4426 sq.kms and population will be around 11,36,983.

Wanaparthy District

Wanaparthy was governed by a feudal ruler, Rameshwar Rao II, Raja of Wanaparthy, who was a vassal of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Wanaparthy was one of the 14 major Zamindari segments in Telangana in Post-Independent India. Raja died on November 22, 1922.

As his successor, Krishna Dev was a minor, his estate was managed by the Court as his ward. Krishna Dev died before attaining adulthood and the crown passed on to his son Rameshwar Rao III. Soon after India abolished all regal titles. After the formation of the Telangana Government, Wanaparthy is proposed as a district along with other 14 new district proposals to the new government apart from the 10 existing districts.

According to the 2011 Census of India, the town had a population of 60,949. The total population constituted 31,501 males, 29,448 females and 6,122 children (age group of 0–6 years). The average literacy rate was 77.91% with 42,713 literates, higher than the national average of 73.00%.

Wanaparthy District Mandals list

# Wanaparthy Revenue Division Details
1 Amarachintha*
2 Atmakoor
3 Chinnambavi
4 Ghanpoor
5 Gopalpet
6 Kothakota
7 Madanapur
8 Pangal
9 Pebbair
10 Peddamandadi
11 Revally
12 Srirangapur
13 Wanaparthy
14 Weepanagandla

Wanaparthy district will have following mandals, Alampur, Ija, Itikyala, Manavapadu, Vaddepalli, Kothakota, Dharood – I, Gadwal, Gattu, Maldakal, Panagal, Atmakur, Ghanpur, Gopalpet, Pebberu, Peddamandadi, Wanaparthy.

The Wanaparthy district will have Alampur, Deverakadra, Gadwal, Kollapur, Maktal and Wanaparthy Assembly constituencies. Following are details of mandal wise area and population in the proposed Wanaparthy district.

Wanaparthy District Map

Wanaparthy District Map

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