List of populated places in Adilabad district

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A list of populated places in Adilabad district, Telangana, India. Settlements which are officially towns and/or also mandals/sub-districts of Adilabad district are emboldened.

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Settlement Population
(2001)
Coordinates Distance by road
from Adilabad [1]
Description
Adilabad (capital) 117,388 (2011) 19°40′12″N 78°31′48″E / 19.67000°N 78.53000°E / 19.67000; 78.53000 - Located 305 kilometres (190 mi) by road north of Hyderabad,[1] off AH43 and on the Adilabad railway, Adilabad is the capital of the district and also forms a taluk (sub-district).[2] The city is situated around Khanapur Lake. It contains numerous temples such as the Sri Rama Temple and several mosques. The Adilabad Fort was built in 1325 by Muhammad bin Tughluq.[3]
Asifabad 19,334 19°21′31″N 79°17′42″E / 19.35861°N 79.29500°E / 19.35861; 79.29500 120 kilometres (75 mi) SE Asifabad is a town and taluk,[4] and also forms an assembly constituency in Andhra Pradesh reserved for Scheduled Tribes. There are several reservoirs in the area, and it has several temples such as the Baleshwara, Hanuman, and Ramalayam temples.
Basar 3834 18°53′0″N 77°57′0″E / 18.88333°N 77.95000°E / 18.88333; 77.95000 158 kilometres (98 mi) SW Basar is located on the banks of the Godavari and is noted for its two Saraswathi temples and Venkateswara shrine.[2] The Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), a state government college, was established in 2008.[5]
Bazarhathnoor Bazarhathnoor, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Bejjur Bejjur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Bela Bela, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Bellampalli 166,745 (2011) 19°3′21″N 79°29′35″E / 19.05583°N 79.49306°E / 19.05583; 79.49306 161 kilometres (100 mi) SE Bellampalli is a town and sub-district. a town and sub-district.[2] Coal production has been very important to the economic history of Bellampalli and it is thus known as an industrial town.[6] The first coal mine was established in 1936 by the British government. Later the town developed very rapidly with the discovery and excavation of many coal mines.[7]

A chemicals and fertilizer factory also lies in the town.[8]

Bhainsa 41,003 19°6′0″N 77°58′0″E / 19.10000°N 77.96667°E / 19.10000; 77.96667 119 kilometres (74 mi) SW Bhainsa, a town and sub-district,[2] is located along Highway 222 (Kalyan-Ahmednagar Highway). There is a major reservoir, Suddavagu Reservoir, in the vicinity. Bhainsa produces cotton,[9] paddy, maize, vegetables and sugarcane. The town contains the Bhainsa Government Junior College, Bosle Gopel Rao Degree College, and Narasihma Swamy Temple.[10] A 1970 government report stated that there were communal problems in Bhainsa which had manifested itself through firing.[11]
Bheemini Bhimini, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Boath Boath, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Chinoor
(Chinnur)
50,000 18°51′21″N 79°48′3″E / 18.85583°N 79.80083°E / 18.85583; 79.80083 186 kilometres (116 mi) SE Chinoor, a town and sub-district,[2] also an assembly constituency, lies on the banks of the Godavari. Its ancient Shivalayam temple is believed to have been built by Thimmarusu in the 16th century. The Jagannadha and Pochamma temples are also places of worship by Hindus.[12] Although the area is largely agricultural-based, Chinnoor is known for its hardstick industry and carpentry.[12] The shift from agriculture into carpentry has largely been driven by policies from current mayor Abhishek Kodumagulla.[13]
Dahegaon Dahegaon, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Dandepalle Dandepalle, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Dasnapur 19,962 19°39′13″N 78°30′41″E / 19.65361°N 78.51139°E / 19.65361; 78.51139 3.8 kilometres (2.4 mi) SW Dasnapur is small southwestern suburb town [2] of Adilabad. Indian Aqua Beverages has a building located here.
Devapur 9,507 19°2′6″N 79°21′33″E / 19.03500°N 79.35917°E / 19.03500; 79.35917 181 kilometres (112 mi) SW Devapur is a census town and a panchayat village in Kasipet mandal. Many of the inhabitants are employed by the Orient Cement Company based here,[14] and there is a missionary school Carmel Giri Convent High School, which offers education in both English and Telugu.
Dilawarpur Dilawarpur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Elegaon 19°3′36″N 77°55′6″E / 19.06000°N 77.91833°E / 19.06000; 77.91833 126 kilometres (78 mi) SW Elegaon is agricultural-based, producing crops such as rice, cotton, chili peppers, mung beans, corn and others.
Gudihatnoor 19°32′1″N 78°30′44″E / 19.53361°N 78.51222°E / 19.53361; 78.51222 18 kilometres (11 mi) S Gudihatnoor, a small town and sub-district,[2] lies along AH-43 (7) to the north of Mannur, between Ichoda and Adilabad.
Ichoda
(Ichora)
43,179 19°25′48″N 78°27′11″E / 19.43000°N 78.45306°E / 19.43000; 78.45306 31.3 kilometres (19.4 mi) SW Ichoda, a town and sub-district,[2] contains the Sai Baba Temple, and Andhra Pradesh Boys Residential School and Ichoda Government Hospital are in the southern part of the town.
Indaram 18°49′15″N 79°31′51″E / 18.82083°N 79.53083°E / 18.82083; 79.53083 169 kilometres (105 mi)SE Situated within Jaipur mandal, Indaram lies about 3 km from the banks of the Godavari river and contains several temples, including the Lord Shiva, Venugopalaswamy, and Hanuman Temples. The village produces mangoes and ceramics, and the Singareni Coalfields are also in the vicinity.[15]
Inderavelly , a small town and sub-district,[2]
Jainad Jainad, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Jainoor Jainoor, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Jaipur 19°25′48″N 78°27′11″E / 19.43000°N 78.45306°E / 19.43000; 78.45306 172 kilometres (107 mi) S Jaipur, a town and sub-district,[2] is located just to the east of Mancherial. It contains a police station.
Jannaram Jannaram, a small town and sub-district,[2]

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Settlement Population
(2001)
Coordinates Distance by road
from Adilabad [1]
Description
Kaddam 19°6′0″N 78°46′49″E / 19.10000°N 78.78028°E / 19.10000; 78.78028 96.3 kilometres (59.8 mi) SE Kaddam, a town and sub-district,[2] contains the Kaddam Reservoir and canal, created from damming the Kaddam River,[16] the Gangamma and Maisamma temples, and the 893 square kilometres (345 sq mi) Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary, established in 1965 at the time of the creation of the dam.[17] The whole Kaddam river project irrigates some 34,000 hectares of the surrounding region.[18]

Farmers in villages in the mandal generally grow rice, maize, turmeric, cotton, sunflower, different kinds of pulses, groundnuts, tomato.

Kaghaznagar 19°20′56″N 79°28′47″E / 19.34889°N 79.47972°E / 19.34889; 79.47972 146 kilometres (91 mi) SE Kaghaznagar, a town and sub-district,[2] lies on the Peddavagu River, a tributary of the Godavari. It is renowned for it paper industry; Kaghaznagar itself was named after Paper Mills ("kaghaz" means paper in Persian). The Sirpur Paper Mills Limited (SPM), an integrated pulp and paper mill, was one of the earliest mills in the country and is the oldest one in Andhra Pradesh,[19] commencing production in April 1942. It became one of the largest producers of paper in India, with an annual capacity of 6,000 tons of paper or 18 tons per day by the late 1980s.[8] Kaghaznagar contains numerous temples, mosques and churches. Fatima Convent High School was established in 1963.
Kamanpalle 19°9′4″N 78°58′10″E / 19.15111°N 78.96944°E / 19.15111; 78.96944 94 kilometres (58 mi) SE Kamanpalle is a revenue village situated just to the northwest of Jannaram. It was established between the late 1930s and early 1940s. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people of the village. There was a Government Primary School in the village.
Karanji 19°51′21″N 78°18′46″E / 19.85583°N 78.31278°E / 19.85583; 78.31278 46.6 kilometres (29.0 mi) NW
Kasipet 19°1′42″N 79°26′11″E / 19.02833°N 79.43639°E / 19.02833; 79.43639 171 kilometres (106 mi) SE Kasipet, a town and sub-district,[2]
Kerimeri 19°26′33″N 79°3′1″E / 19.44250°N 79.05028°E / 19.44250; 79.05028 88.7 kilometres (55.1 mi) SE
Khanapur Khanapur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Kobir
(Kubeer)
19°15′34″N 77°56′42″E / 19.25944°N 77.94500°E / 19.25944; 77.94500 137 kilometres (85 mi) SW Kubeer, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Kotapalle Kotapalle, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Kouthala Kouthala, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Kuntala 19°10′32″N 78°6′6″E / 19.17556°N 78.10167°E / 19.17556; 78.10167 56.6 kilometres (35.2 mi) S Kuntala, a town and sub-district,[2]
Kyathampalle
(Kyathampally)
42,275 17°56′56″N 79°23′02″E / 17.94889°N 79.38389°E / 17.94889; 79.38389 163 kilometres (101 mi) SE
Lohara 677 (2011) [20] 19°35′38″N 78°41′38″E / 19.59389°N 78.69389°E / 19.59389; 78.69389 24.8 kilometres (15.4 mi) SE
Lokeswaram Lokeswaram, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Luxettipet
(Lakshettipet)
18°53′19″N 79°12′24″E / 18.88861°N 79.20667°E / 18.88861; 79.20667 130 kilometres (81 mi) SE Luxettipet is a town and taluk,[21] located on the banks of the Godavari along National Highway 16 (India), between Nizamabad and Jagdalpur. Luxettipet formed a legislative assembly constituency until the 2004 general assembly elections, which is reconstituted as Mancherial in the same district. It contains several temples such as Jaganadha Swamy Temple and Lord Shiva Temple and Luxettipet Church, built by Reverend Harley during the 1930s. The area contains the Ryali Reserve Forest in the hills to the north, noted for its Cement grade limestone.[8]
Madaram 6691 19°9′55″N 79°24′35″E / 19.16528°N 79.40972°E / 19.16528; 79.40972 154 kilometres (96 mi) SE
Mamda 28,921 19°4′33″N 78°31′22″E / 19.07583°N 78.52278°E / 19.07583; 78.52278 98.9 kilometres (61.5 mi) S Mamda, a town and sub-district,[2]
Mancherial 163,875 (2001) 18°52′4″N 79°27′50″E / 18.86778°N 79.46389°E / 18.86778; 79.46389 158 kilometres (98 mi) SE Mancherial is a town [2]
Mandamarri 66,176 18°58′56″N 79°28′52″E / 18.98222°N 79.48111°E / 18.98222; 79.48111 172 kilometres (107 mi) SE Mandamarri, a town and sub-district,[2]
Mannur 19°29′3″N 78°29′55″E / 19.48417°N 78.49861°E / 19.48417; 78.49861 23.4 kilometres (14.5 mi) S
Mudhole
(Mudhol)
18°58′32″N 77°54′38″E / 18.97556°N 77.91056°E / 18.97556; 77.91056 135 kilometres (84 mi) SW Mudhole, a town and sub-district,[2]
Narnoor Narnoor, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Naspur 14,726 18°51′38″N 79°29′6″E / 18.86056°N 79.48500°E / 18.86056; 79.48500 161 kilometres (100 mi) SE Naspur is a town.[2]
Neradigonda Neradigonda, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Nennal Nennal, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Nirmal 75,254 19°5′46″N 78°20′51″E / 19.09611°N 78.34750°E / 19.09611; 78.34750 76.6 kilometres (47.6 mi) SW Nirmal, a town and sub-district,[2]
Ponnari 19°40′45″N 78°29′6″E / 19.67917°N 78.48500°E / 19.67917; 78.48500 7.7 kilometres (4.8 mi) NW A taluk, Ponnari is home to the Palm Leaf Society.[22]
Powerguda 19°21′23″N 78°58′2″E / 19.35639°N 78.96722°E / 19.35639; 78.96722 71.4 kilometres (44.4 mi) SE In 2004, Powerguda became one of the first Indian villages to start carbon trading.[23]
Rebbana Rebbana, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Sarangapur Sarangapur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Sirpur Sirpur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Srirampur Colony 18°51′52″N 79°30′13″E / 18.86444°N 79.50361°E / 18.86444; 79.50361 164 kilometres (102 mi) SE
Talamadugu Talamadugu, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Tallapalle 10,937 18°6′57″N 78°34′12″E / 18.11583°N 78.57000°E / 18.11583; 78.57000
Tamsi 36,164 19°41′20″N 78°25′24″E / 19.68889°N 78.42333°E / 19.68889; 78.42333 17.1 kilometres (10.6 mi) W Tamsi, a town and sub-district,[2]
Tandur Tandur, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Teegalapahad 33,070 Teegalapahad, a town,[2]
Thanoor Thanoor, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Tiryani Tiryani, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Utnur
(Utnoor)
15,437 19°22′0″N 78°46′15″E / 19.36667°N 78.77083°E / 19.36667; 78.77083 53.6 kilometres (33.3 mi) SE Utnur is a town and sub-district.[2] Rajgond Fort near the Kumram Bheemu Complex is where the Project Monitoring Resource Centre (PMRC) and its guest house are situated. Until 1941, the tribal areas of Utnoor taluk were inaccessible until a road was paved from Gudihatnoor on the Hyderabad-Nagpur Highway.[24]
Vemanpalle Vemanpalle, a small town and sub-district,[2]
Wankdi Wankdi, a small town and sub-district,[2]

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