YSR Kadapa District Map

District Map of YSR Kadapa

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YSR Kadapa district (Cuddapah) is a district in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in the south-central part of the state and 8 km south of the Penna River.
The district is surrounded on three sides by the Nallamala and Palakonda hills. It covers an area of 15,359 sq.kms. Cuddapah is surrounded in the east by Nellore, Anantapur in the west and Chittoor district in the South, Kurnool and Prakasam districts lie in the North. According to the 2001 census the poulation of the district is 2573.48, where the population of males is 1303.16 and female is 1270.32.

The main rivers that flow in Cuddapah district are Penna, Chitravathi, Kunderu, Papaghni, Sagileru and Cheyeru. Agriculture is one of the main source of occupation for the people who grow rice, jowar, cotton, turmeric, maize, arhar, chillies, sugar cane, sesame, peanuts, and melons. The forests of the district provide timber including the rare sandalwood, which is found only in this region, is the chief source of revenue for the state and nation. Another source of income for the district is handloom industry at Madhavaram. The different places of the district is involved in the mining of limestone and kaolin and there's an asbestos Mining processing unit at Pulivendula.

The district of Cuddapah is well connected by road and rail with the different towns of the district and other parts of the state. There are a number of canals, dams and reservoirlike Sunkesula Dam on Tungabadra river, Handhri Nivas Sujala Sravanthi project and Pulivendula Canal, a Reservoir on Buggavanka river, Galer-Nagari-Sujalasravanthi Canal that meet the water requirement of the region.

The major tourist attractions of Cuddapah are:
  • Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum, Cuddapah
  • Chand Phira Gumbadh, Cuddapah
  • Gandikota Fort, Gandikota
  • Kandimallayapalli Brahmamgarimatam, Kandimallayapalli
  • Masjid-e-Azam, Cuddapah
  • Pushpagiri Temples, Pushpagiri
  • Sri Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple, Vontimitta
  • Tallapaka Temples, Tallapaka
  • Sri Lanka Malleswara Wild life Sanctuary, Lankamalleswaram
  • Sri Venkateswara Wild Life Sanctuary, Rajampet
Different educational institutes of Cuddapah offers a wide variety of subjects including arts, science, maths, nursing, law, architecture, various streams of engineering. The names of few renowned educational institutes have been included:
  • Government Degree College, Lakkireddipalli, Cuddapah, Rayachoty, Rajampet, Porumamilla, Jammalamadugu,
  • DAW College, Cuddapah
  • APRM Arts & Science College, Cuddapah
  • Chaitanya Degree College, Cuddapah
  • SKR and SKR Government College for Women, Cuddapah
  • Sri Srinivasa Degree College, Cuddapah
  • Sri Venkateswara College of Arts & Computer Sciences, Cuddapah
  • Sweekaar Degree College of Audiology, Cuddapah
  • Smt Basava Rama Tarakam Memorial Law College, Chittoor
  • Sri P Basi Reddy College of Law, Chittoor
  • BVR College of Education, Cuddapah
  • Sri Malayala Swamy Telugu Pandit Trng College
  • Indira Priyadarshini College of Nursing, Cuddapah
  • Mother Theresa School of Nursing, Cuddapah

Last Updated on : 15/4/2013



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