List of districts in Andhra Pradesh

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Districts of Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India. It came into existence due to the States Reorganization Act of 1956 which merged Telugu-Speaking areas of Hyderabad State with the already existing Andhra State.[1] The state was bifurcated on 2 June 2014 into Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Andhra Pradesh is divided into two regions - Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema.

Demographics[edit]

Code District Headquarters Population (2011) Area (km²) Density (/km²) Official website
AN Anantapur Anantapur 4,083,315 19,130 213 http://anantapur.nic.in/
CH Chittoor Chittoor 4,170,468 15,152 275 http://chittoor.nic.in/
EG East Godavari Kakinada 5,151,549 10,807 477 http://eastgodavari.nic.in/
GU Guntur Guntur 4,889,230 11,391 000 http://guntur.nic.in/
CU Kadapa Kadapa 2,884,524 15,359 188 http://kadapa.nic.in/
KR Krishna Machilipatnam 4,529,009 8,727 519 http://krishna.nic.in/
KU Kurnool Kurnool 4,046,601 17,658 229 http://kurnool.nic.in/
NE Nellore Nellore 2,966,082 13,076 227 http://nellore.nic.in/
PR Prakasam Ongole 3,392,764 17,626 193 http://prakasam.nic.in/
SR Srikakulam Srikakulam 2,699,471 5,837 462 http://srikakulam.nic.in/
VS Vishakhapatnam Vishakhapatnam 4,288,113 11,161 340 http://visakhapatnam.nic.in/
VZ Vizianagaram Vizianagaram 2,342,868 6,539 384 http://vizianagaram.nic.in/
WG West Godavari Eluru 3,934,782 7,742 490 http://wgodavari.nic.in/

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External links[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Know Hyderabad: History". Pan India Network. 2010. Retrieved 22 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Population of AP districts(2011)" (pdf). ap.gov.in. p. 14. Retrieved 25 May 2014.