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|• Total||3.38 km2 (1.31 sq mi)|
|• Total||2,000 approx.|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||AP 16|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Machilipatnam|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Avanigadda|
Devarakota is a village in the Ghantasala Mandal of Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh, India. Most of the people in Devarakota depend on farming and mainly cultivate paddy and sugarcane. Local landmarks in the village include Ramulavari Gudi, Anjaneya Swami Temple, the Ganganamma Temple (the village goddess), and the Sai Baba Mandiram.
Devarakota is about 1 1/2 km from Ghantasala and 3 km from Challapalli.
The location of the village is at 16.155814,80.941258
By Vemuri.Ravi Teja
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