Pitlam

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Pitlam
village
Pitlam is located in Andhra Pradesh
Pitlam
Pitlam
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 18°14′00″N 77°50′00″E / 18.2333°N 77.8333°E / 18.2333; 77.8333Coordinates: 18°14′00″N 77°50′00″E / 18.2333°N 77.8333°E / 18.2333; 77.8333
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Nizamabad
Elevation 423 m (1,388 ft)
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Pitlam is a village and a Mandal in Nizamabad district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.[1]

Geograpahy[edit]

Pitlam is a developing town located at 18°14′00″N 77°50′00″E / 18.2333°N 77.8333°E / 18.2333; 77.8333. It has an average elevation of 423 meters (1391 feet). Its great village in nizamabad of Bodha Division and one of the famous bone setting place in Nizamabad Dist

It is a place which is very nearer to Maharashtra state which is about 40 km away from Pitlam village. A national highway No.13 connects Hyderabad and Nanded (of Maharashtra) via Pitlam town.

A famous village named Nizamsagar where the power generation will be carried is very nearer to the village. This place named Nizamsagar was ruled by the Nizams and under the control of British a water dam was built which now survives the human life.

Loka Narayana and his brother Loka Laxmaiah,Konda Narayana, Uppu Laxmaiah, Ganga Nagaiah, Kummari Laxmareddy are freedom fighters in this village. It comes under the constituency of Jukkal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mandals in Nizamabad district". Retrieved 2007-02-23.