Chinna Kodur

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Chinna Kodur
village
Chinna Kodur is located in Andhra Pradesh
Chinna Kodur
Chinna Kodur
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 18°09′39″N 78°54′03″E / 18.16095°N 78.900955°E / 18.16095; 78.900955Coordinates: 18°09′39″N 78°54′03″E / 18.16095°N 78.900955°E / 18.16095; 78.900955
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Medak
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration AP23
Vidhan Sabha constituency Siddipet

Chinna Kodur (Telugu: చిన్న కోడూరు) is a Mandal headquarters in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh, India. This village has a significant role in local as well as state politics.


According to 2001 census:

Population SC Population ST Population Literate Populations Illiterate Population Working Population
Male 28329 4999 306 15990 12339 16496
Female 27965 4912 291 8703 19262 15242
Total 56294 9911 597 24693 31601 31738

Ananthasagar[edit]

Shri Saraswathi Kshetramu is a famous Hindu Temple of Goddess Saraswathi located in the Ananthasagar, Chinna Kodur Mandal, Siddipet Division, Medak district of Andhra Pradesh. The temple was built from 1980 to 1990 by Sri Astakala Narasimha Rama Sharma. It is the only statue of Saraswathi in standing position holding Veena in the whole world.

Villages[edit]

The villages in Chinnakodur mandal includes: Allipur, Ananthasagar, Chandlapur, Chelkalapally, Cherlankireddipalle, Chinna Kodur, Chowdaram, Gangapur, Gonepalle, Gopulapur, Gurralagondi, Ibrahimnagar, Jakkapur, Kasturipally, Kistapur, Kothuripalle, Machapur, Mailaram, Malyal, Mandapalle, Matendlu, Matindla, Medipalle, Pedda Kodur, Ramancha, Ramuni Patla, Sikindlapur, Vittalpur etc..