Kangti

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Kangti
కంగిటి
Village and Mandal
Kangti is located in Telangana
Kangti
Kangti
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 18°13′00″N 77°38′00″E / 18.2167°N 77.6333°E / 18.2167; 77.6333Coordinates: 18°13′00″N 77°38′00″E / 18.2167°N 77.6333°E / 18.2167; 77.6333
Country  India
State Telangana
District Medak
Elevation 493 m (1,617 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 3,614
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 502286
Vehicle registration AP23
Vidhan Sabha constituency Narayankhed

'Kangti or Kangiti is a village and mandal in the Medak district of Telangana, India.

It is the most north-westerly mandal in Medak district. It is bounded by the Manoor, Narayankhed and Kalher mandals of Medak district and the Bidar district of Karnataka state.

Geography[edit]

Kangti is located at Latitude:18°13'23.13"N Longitude: 77°36'56.98"E.[1] It has an average elevation of 493 metres (1620 ft).

Demographics[edit]

According to the 2001 Indian census, the demographic details of Kangti mandal are as follows:[2]

  • Total population: 44,769 in 7,594 households.
  • Male population: 22,899 and female population: 21,870
  • Children under 6-years of age: 8,168 (boys - 4,084; girls - 4,084)
  • Total literates: 13,683

The Kangti village had a population of 3,614 in 2001.[3]

Villages[edit]

The villages in Kangti mandal include:[4]

  • Bhanswada(D)
  • Bheemra
  • Borgi
  • Chapta K
  • Chowkanpalle
  • Damargiddi(panchamahal)
  • Degulawadi
  • Enkemori
  • Gajulpahad
  • Gardegaon
  • Goudgaon
  • Kadeam
  • Jamgi B
  • Jamgi K
  • Kangti
  • Murkunjal
  • Naganpalle
  • Nagoor [b]
  • Nagoor [k]
  • Potpally
  • Rasole
  • Sangam
  • Sidhangarga
  • Sukalteerth
  • Tadkal
  • Turkwadgaon
  • Wangdhal
  • Wasar

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