Telangana New Districts – Recently Formed

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Telangana New districts are 31 in total but earlier, Telangana districts were 10, but after the bifurcation from AP, the Telangana government thought of forming new districts for better management of the state. Government, therefore, took up the task of Districts reformation except for Hyderabad, for the finer management of the areas constituted therein as per the Telangana District Formation Rules, 2016.

TELANGANA NEW DISTRICTS REORGANISATION

For the purpose, the TS government has put forward the concept of new districts before the parliament meeting. Many opposition parties opposed the initiation, but after a long struggle and clear explanation by the Chief Minister on the intent behind the formation of New Districts and after much speculation, the government has eventually approved the Telangana New Districts. A cabinet sub-committee submitted a preliminary report with proposals of Telangana new districts, thereby increasing the existing number of districts.

The Telangana new districts have been finalised to 21. This will take the total number of districts in the country’s youngest state to 31. The intent behind the formation of Telangana new districts is that smaller districts are easy to administer and ensure complete benefits are reached out to the people.

Telangana New districts map

Now, each Telangana new districts will constitute approximately 3 lakh families. These small families can be effectively managed, and resources can be wide-spread and beneficiary schemes can be readily identified.

Every ‘district’ is headed by a District collector, of Indian Administrative Service. Below we have provided newly formed 31 Telangana Districts Names lists with Revenue Divisions.

Total Telangana Districts, earlier…

The Old districts are:

  1. Adilabad
  2. Hyderabad
  3. Karimnagar
  4. Khammam
  5. Mahabubnagar
  6. Medak
  7. Nalgonda
  8. Nizamabad
  9. Ranga Reddy
  10. Warangal.

The Telangana New districts are:

1. BADRADRI

Telangana New districts-bhadradri map

2. HANAMKONDA(WARANGAL URBAN)

Telangana districts - Hanamkonda map

3. JAGITIAL

Telangana New districts - Jagitial map

4. JANGAON

Telangana New districts - Jangaon map

5. ACHARYA JAYASHANKAR

Telangana New districts - Jayashankar map

6. JOGULAMBA

Telangana New districts - Jogulamba map

7. KAMAREDDY

Telangana New districts - Kamareddy map

8. KOMARAM BHEEM

Telangana New districts - Komaram map

9. MAHABUBABAD

Telangana New districts - Mahbubnagar map

10. MEDCHAL

Telangana New districts - Medchal map

11. MANCHERIAL

Telangana New districts - Mancherial map

12. NAGARKURNOOL

Telangana New districts - Nagarkurnool map

13. NIRMAL

Telangana New districts - Nirmal map

14. PEDDAPALLI

Telangana New districts - Peddapalli map

15. RAJANNA

Telangana New districts - Rajanna-sircilla map

16. SANGAREDDY

Telangana New districts - Sangareddy map

17. SIDDIPET

Telangana New districts - Siddipet map

18. SURYAPET

Telangana New districts - Suryapet map

19. VIKARABAD

Telangana New districts - Vikarabad map

20. WANAPARTHY

Telangana New districts - Wanaparthy map

21. YADADRI

Telangana New districts - Yadadri map

Below Described Area Wise :

 

  1. BADRADRI

Revenue Division – Kothagudem, Bhadrachalam

Area – 7,483 sq.km

Population1,069,261

No. of Mandals23

Literacy66.40%

Tourism – Khammam, Bhadrachalam, Jamalapuram, Kinnerasani Dam, Kusumanchi, Nelakondapalli

 

  1. HANAMKONDA (Warangal Rural)

Revenue Division – Warangal (Rural), Narsampet

Area – 2,175 sq.km

Population 718,537

No. of Mandals15

Literacy61.26%

Tourism – Siddeshwara Temple, Thousand Pillar Temple, Kakatiya Musical Garden

 

  1. JAGITIAL

Revenue Division – Jagtial, Mettupalli

Area – 2,419 sq.km

Population985,417

No. of Mandals18

Literacy60.26%

Tourism – The famous tourist spots include Ramagiri Qila, Ramuni Gundalu, and Sabbitham Waterfalls.

 

  1. JANGAON

Revenue Division – Jangaon, Station Ghanpur

Area – 2,188 sq.km

Population566,376

No. of Mandals13

Literacy61.44%

Tourism – Krishna Kala, Swarna Kala Mandir

 

  1. ACHARYA JAYASHANKAR

Revenue Division – Bhupalpally, Mulugu

Area – 6,175 sq.km

Population711,434

No. of Mandals20

Literacy60.33%

Tourism – Many pilgrim centres and historical places adorn the district like the Kaleshwaram temple, Hemachala Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy temple, and Ramappa Temple.

 

  1. JOGULAMBA

Revenue Division – Gajwel

Area – 2,928 sq.km

Population609,990

No. of Mandals12

Literacy49.87%

Tourism – Vishwa Brahma Temple, Archeology Museum, Kudala Sangameswara Temple.

 

  1. KAMAREDDY

Revenue Division – Bodhan, Kamareddy, Banswada, Yellareddy

Area – 3,652 sq.km

Population972,625

No. of Mandals22

Literacy56.51%

Tourism – Sarampally lake, Chandhi mata alayam temple, Sri krishna temple

 

  1. KOMARAM BHEEM

Revenue Division – Bhainsa, Asifabad

Area – 4,878 sq.km

Population 515,812

No. of Mandals15

Literacy56.72%

Tourism – Komaram Bheem’s Birth Place Jodeghat Village.

 

  1. MAHABUBABAD

Revenue Division – Mahabubabad, Thorrur

Area – 2,877 sq.km

Population774,549

No. of Mandals16

Literacy 57.13%

Tourism – Pakhal lake, Kinnersani Wildlife Sanctuary, Vuracheruvu

 

  1. MEDCHAL

Revenue Division – Medchal

Area – 1,084 sq.km

Population2,440,073

No. of Mandals14

Literacy82.49%

Tourism – This district is a weekend attraction for many with rich in lushing greenery, and pilgrim spots like Keesara Gutta and other various recreational resorts.

 

  1. MANCHERIAL

Revenue Division – Uturu, Mancherial

Area4,016 sq.km

Population807,037

No. of Mandals18

Literacy64.35%

Tourism – This district covers thick forest under the Kawal Tiger Reserve. Other famous temples are the noted pilgrim centres here.

 

  1. NAGARKURNOOL

Revenue Division – Nagarkurnool, Kalwakurthy, Achampet

Area6,924 sq.km

Population861,766

No. of Mandals20

Literacy54.38%

Tourism – Sri Jetprole Group of Temples, Mallela Theertham.

 

  1. NIRMAL

Revenue Division – Nirmal

Area – 3,845 sq.km

Population 709,418

No. of Mandals19

Literacy57.77%

Tourism – This district holds numerous tourist spots, attracting a huge people. Some among many are Kadem Irrigation project, Kuntala Waterfalls, Nirmal Fort, Quilla Qutta fort, and the Sri Gnana Saraswathi Temple.

 

  1. PEDDAPALLI

Revenue Division – Peddapalli, Mantini

Area – 2,236 sq.km

Population795,332

No. of Mandals14

Literacy65.52%

Tourism – Sabhitam Waterfall, Ramagiri Khilla

 

  1. RAJANNA 

Revenue Division – Sircilla

Area – 2,019 sq.km

Population552,037

No. of Mandals13

Literacy62.71%

Tourism – Dubba Rajanna Temple, Siricilla Textile Park

 

  1. SANGAREDDY

Revenue Division – Sangareddy, Zahirabad, Narayankedh

Area – 4,403 sq.km

Population 1,527,628

No. of Mandals26

Literacy 64.08%

Tourism – Manjeera Barrage, Masjid-e-Siraj.

 

  1. SIDDIPET

Revenue Division  – Siddipet, Gajwel

Area – 3,632 sq.km

Population1,012,065

No. of Mandals22

Literacy61.61%

Tourism – Kotilingeswara Swamy Temple, Pancha Mukha Anjaneya temple

 

  1. SURYAPET

Revenue Division – Suryapet, Kodad

Area – 3,607 sq.km

Population1,099,560

No. of Mandals23

Literacy64.11%

Tourism – Phanigiri, Pillalamarri

 

  1. VIKARABAD

Revenue Division – Vikarabad, Tandur

Area – 3,386 sq.km

Population – 927,140

No. of Mandals – 18

Literacy – 57.91%

Tourism – Ananthagiri hills is one of the most attractive tourist spots of Vikarabad.

 

  1. WANAPARTHY

Revenue Division – Wanaparty

Area – 2,152 sq.km

Population – 577,758

No. of Mandals – 14

Literacy – 55.67%

Tourism – Wanaparthy Samthanam Palace, Agasthyeswara Swamy temple.

 

  1. YADADRI

Revenue Division – Bhuvanagiri, Choutuppal

Area – 3,092 sq.km

Population – 739,448

No. of Mandals – 16

Literacy – 65.53%

Tourism – Yadgirigutta, Bhongiri Fort, Kolanpaka

 

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