Thorrur, Warangal

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Thorrur
తొర్రూర్
Mandal/town
Thorrur is located in Telangana
Thorrur
Thorrur
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 17°35′09″N 79°39′28″E / 17.5857°N 79.6578°E / 17.5857; 79.6578Coordinates: 17°35′09″N 79°39′28″E / 17.5857°N 79.6578°E / 17.5857; 79.6578
Country India
State Telangana
District Warangal
Talukas Mahabubabad
Elevation 302 m (991 ft)
Population
 • Total 19,000 according to 2,011 census, now ~44,000
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 506163
Telephone code 08719
Website www.thorrur.com

Thorrur is a mandal and a town in Warangal district of Telangana, India. It is located on Jayaprakash Narayana road between Warangal and Khammam. It is at about 50 km from Warangal and 70 km from Khammam. It is a rapidly growing town due to its location.

Geography[edit]

The region of the Mandal is mainly plain with occasional hillocks. For a satellite and map view of Thorrur please click the following Google Maps q=thorrur+warangal&ie=UTF-8 link.

Demographics[edit]

Thorrur mandal, including its villages have a total population of 76,519 of which 38506 are male and 38013 are female, according to 2011 census. Male female ratio is 987:1000. Of the total population, 12,179 are Scheduled Tribes and 14,468 are Scheduled Castes. The overall literacy percentage is around 55% of which male is 67% and female is 43%. Thorrur town has a population of 19,100 with 9,688 males and 9,412 females. The main language spoken is Telugu with quite a bit of Telangana accent. Majority of the population are Hindu with few Muslims and Christians. In addition, there are many tribals called lambada,and Yarukalas mostly living in small hamlets (thandas) or colonies.

History[edit]

Origins of the name Thorrur are not known. There is a fort (Ghadi), in Thorrur town, in the old village area, indicating local rulers (Jamindars) under Nizam or even earlier rulers.

Weather[edit]

Thorrur has warm climate with peak temperatures in summer reaching up to 45 °C. Temperature in winter may go below 15 °C. Air is mostly dry with little humidity. The climate has three seasons with rainy season between June-Nov, winter between Dec-Feb and summer between March–May. Rainfall is mostly through monsoons with south west monsoon contributing to most of the rain fall. In addition, northeast monsoon contributes to some rain fall as well. Besides the monsoons, rainfall occurs often by cyclones or low pressure areas created in the Bay of Bengal. Historically, Thorrur floods rarely. As it is far away from the coastline, it is free from high speed cyclonic winds. However, occasional moderate speed winds occur at nights between April and June. During this period, rare events of hail may occur. In addition, thunderstorms associated with lightning occur often.

Administration and politics[edit]

Thorrur is in [Palakurthi] assembly constituency and [Warangal] parliamentary constituency. Though the assembly constituency is not named after Thorrur, it acts as the center for all political activities for Palakurthi constituency. Thorrur being the biggest town in the constituency, main offices of all the political parties are located here. Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Indian National Congress and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) are the major political parties in Thorrur. Currently Errabelli Dayakar Rao (TDP) and Kadiam Srihari (TRS) are the MLA and MP of thorrur, respectively. In the past, Dugyala Srinivasa Rao, Dr. N. Sudhakar Rao, N. Yatiraja Rao, were MLAs of Thorrur. The late Yatiraja Rao was the MLA of Thorrur for a period of about twenty years.

Thorrur mandal has a ZPTC member representing it in Warangal Zilla parishat. In addition, it has a madal president (MPP) Karne Somaiah representing Telangana Rashtra Samithi elected by MPTCs belonging to different villages. Thorrur town has a gram panchayat with a Surpanch as its head. Villages in Thorrur mandal have grampanchayats with a Surpanch as the head and several ward members.

Thorrur has various state government offices for local administration. For example, it has a Mandal office, with a Mandal development officer (MDO) and Mandal revenue officer (MRO). In addition, it has a police station and a court to deal with law and order. Following are the lists of various administrative offices.

Education[edit]

Thorrur serves as the educational center for surrounding villages and mandals. The highest available education is up to bachelor's degree. However, SHARADA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY E/M & T/M, ABHYAS SCHOOL, Samatha Educational society - which has been running Jr. & Degree Colleges has started P.G (M.Sc Organic Chemistry) course from the academic year 2012-13, under Kakatiya University, Warangal.

Transportation[edit]

The only means of transportation to Thorrur is by road. There is no railway station or airport. TSRTC buses connect Thorrur to important surrounding cities/towns like Hyderabad, Warangal, Jangaon, Khammam and Mahabubabad etc. In addition, buses connect surrounding villages to Thorrur as well. For reaching Thorrur by railways nearest railway stations are, Warangal, Mahabubabad & Khammam depending on the travel route taken. Nearest airport is Hyderabad International Airport. From Hyderabad buses run to Thorrur directly from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station also called Imlibun bus station, Jubilee Bus Station, Secunderabad, Borabanda. Another convenient way of reaching Thorrur from Hyderabad is to take a bus or train to Warangal/Hanamkonda and taking a bus from there to Thorrur.

Thorrur has an TSRTC bus depot and is considered the most profitable bus depot in Warangal.

Health care[edit]

Hospitals here provide health services to the town and surrounding smaller towns and villages. The government hospital provides basic health care at free of cost. Majority of the medical care is provided by various private hospitals and clinics. Most of the doctors hold Bachelor's degrees (e.g., MBBS) and very few may have master's degrees. Doctors with advanced degrees visit the town for weekly consultations. Medical care mainly consists of primary health care, maternity services and pediatrics.

Villages in the mandal[edit]

There are villages in Thorrur mandal. Most of the villages have Grampanchayats with an elected surpunch. The villages along with their population, according 2011 census are given below. Total population of the villages excluding Thorrur town is 57,419.

  1. Ammapuram (5,372)
  2. Bommakal (1,912)
  3. Cherlapalem (3,020)
  4. Chikataipalem (2,094)
  5. Chinnavangara (3,380)
  6. Chinthalapally (2,920)
  7. Chityal (2,827)

8. Fathepur (2,298)
9. Gurthur (2,707)
9a.Gopalgiri
10. Haripirala (5,076)
11. Kantayipalem (2,969)
12. Karkal (802)
13. Khanapur (961)
14. Madipally (3,419)

15. Matedu (3,489)
16. Nanchari Madur (3,551)
17. Polepalli (1,398)
18. Somaram (2,569)
19. Velikattae (4,985)
20. Venkatapuram (1,670)

Places and Business of interest[edit]

Government offices[edit]

  1. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Office
  2. Sub post office
  3. Junior civil judge court
  4. Police station
  5. MPDO Office
  6. Tahasildar Office
  7. R&B Asst-Engineer
  8. Irrigation Asst-Engineer
  9. SRSP Executive Engineer
  10. RWS Asst-Engineer
  11. APHB Asst-Engineer
  12. PR Asst-Engineer
  13. Labuor Office
  14. MEO Office
  15. Harticultur Office
  16. IKP Office

Temples[edit]

There are several temples in Thorrur town and its villages.

Sri Abhaya anjaneya swamy temple Shivalayam Vekateshawara Swami temple: Located in Sannur village Murali krishna temple: Near bus stand, newly constructed. sri seetha rama temple ammapuram Venugopala swamy temle ( near court) Nagendra swamy temple ( S.V.N. Road) Sri venkateshwaraswamy temple (Vidyanagar, Kantayapalem Rd) Besides the temples there is a church and a mosque as well. sri seetha rama chandra swamy temple, ammapuram village

References[edit]

recently famouse hanuman temple...bhukya udaysingh and family at banjara nagar

External links[edit]

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