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|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Sex ratio||1:1 ♂/♀|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Rajahmundry|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Anaparthy|
Anaparthi (formerly Anapothavaram) is a town located in Anaparthi Tehsil/Block/Mandal, in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The town was named after King Anapotha Reddy of the Rajamahendravaram Dynasty.
Villages near to Anaparthi include Koppavaram (2 km), Dwarapudi (3 km), Polamuru (1.5 km), Duppalapudi (3 km), Mahendrawada (4 km), and Ippanapadu (4 km). Anaparthi is surrounded by Rayavaram Mandal and Biccavolu Mandal towards the East, Mandapeta Mandal towards the South, and Kadiam Mandal towards the West.
Cities and Towns near Anaparthi include Mandapeta, Ramachandrapuram, Rajahmundry, Samarlakota, Rajanagaram, and Kothapeta.
The local language is the Telugu language.
According to census figures, the total population of Anaparthi is 25,533, of which 12,856 are male and 12,677 are female. All residents live in houses.
The total area of Anaparthi is 1807 hectares.
Anaparthi Rail Way Station and Dwarapudi Rail Way Station are stations nearby Anaparthi. One can also consider using railway Stations from Mandapeta. Dwarapudi Rail Way Station and Kesavaram Rail Way Station are the railway stations near Mandapeta. Anaparthi can be reached from Mandapeta by road. Rajamundry Rail Way Station is the major railway station 21 km from Anaparthi
Mandapeta APSRTC Bus Station and Dwarapudi APSRTC Bus Station are the Bus Stations near Anaparthi. APSRTC runs many buses from major cities to the town.
- "Vijayawada Division - A Profile" (PDF). South Central Railway. Retrieved 19 January 2016.