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Country  India
State Telangana
District Medak
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 502108
Telephone code 08457
Vehicle registration TS-15
Nearest city Siddipet
Lok Sabha constituency Medak
Climate hot (Köppen)
Avg. summer temperature 40 °C (104 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 25 °C (77 °F)

Dubbak or Dubbaka is a manadal of 14 villages in Medak district of India. It is also known as Durwasa. Recently Dubbak was announced as a Municipality by the government.

The village is located 111 kilometers from capital of Telangana and 25 kilometers from Siddipet. The total population is around 15,000 and a votes of 6500. The present Sarpanch is Vadlakonda Subhadra. The famous temple in the village is Hanuman Temple.

The prestigious 'Venkateshwara Swamy' temple is under construction. Chinajeeyar swamy has visited the place and started the ceremony of the construction recently.[1] current MLA Ramalinga Reddy belongs to TRS party.

Dubbaka is a newly formed Assembly constituency[clarification needed] in Medak District. It consists of 5 mandals: Mirdoddi, Dubbaka, Chegunta, Doulathabad and Thoguta.


The villages in Dubbaka mandal include: Akaram, Appanpalle, Arepalle, Balwanthapur, Boppapur, Pedda Cheekode, Chellapur, Chervapur, Chinna Nizampet, Chittapur, Chowdarpalle, Dharmajipet, Dubbak, Dumpalapalle, Enagurthi, Gambheerpur, Gosanpalli, Habshipur, Hasanmirapur, Kammarpalle, Lachapet, Mallaipalle, Padmanabhapally, Pedda Gundavelly, Potharam, Pothareddipet, Raghottampalli, Rajakkapet, Ramakkapet, Rameshampalli, Shivajinagar, Thimmapur, etc.

Chervapur is famous for Temples like Peddamma Devalayam, Anantha Mahalakshmi Devalayam, and Maremma Talli Devalayam and Hanuman Temple. In this village unity is more. Most of the people are educated and settled in various fields namely software, medical, and govt sector.


Cheruku Muthyam Reddy was the present MLA.(INC)(2009-2014). He is the senior most leader in TDP. But due to the formation of MAHAKUTAMI, there is no chance for him to get ticket from the newly formed Dubbaka Assembly constituency as per the agreement reached by the grand alliance partners to give ticket to those who are currently representing the seats.

Worried about his political carrier, Mr. Muthyam Reddy approached TRS president K. Chandrasekhar Rao in this regard and sought his blessings a few weeks ago.

Later, he started holding meetings in the constituency seeking advice from his supporters to plan his future course of action. Mr. Muthyam Reddy had once challenged the sitting TRS legislator S. Ramalinga Reddy to contest against him as an independent to prove the strength. Mr. Muthyam Reddy’s son Srinivasa Reddy has intensified his activities and has reportedly associated with the Congress to ensure a better political future for his father.

“This will be a win - win situation for both Mr. Muthyam Reddy and the Congress. Mr. Muthyam Reddy needs ticket and Congress party needs a strong candidate.

The former Minister joining the party will serve the purpose for both,” .

          Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy TRS(2014-Till date)
          Cheruku Muthyam Reddy INC(2009-2014)
          Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy TRS(2004-2009)
          Cheruku Muthyam Reddy TDP (1999-2004). He also served as the cabinet minister for civil supplies .
          Cheruku Muthyam Reddy TDP (1994-1999).


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Coordinates: 18°11′29″N 78°40′42″E / 18.19139°N 78.67833°E / 18.19139; 78.67833