Damalcheruvu

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Damalcheruvu
village
Damalcheruvu is located in Andhra Pradesh
Damalcheruvu
Damalcheruvu
Damalcheruvu is located in India
Damalcheruvu
Damalcheruvu
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 13°29′N 79°03′E / 13.483°N 79.050°E / 13.483; 79.050Coordinates: 13°29′N 79°03′E / 13.483°N 79.050°E / 13.483; 79.050
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Chittoor
Population (December 2012)
 • Total 15,000
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 517152
Telephone code 918585
Vehicle registration AP03
Nearest city Tirupathi
Sex ratio 1:1 /
Lok Sabha constituency Chittoor
Vidhan Sabha constituency Chandragiri
Climate medium (Köppen)

Damalacheruvu is a small town in the Chittoor district of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Geography[edit]

This place is surrounded by mountains in north and east boundaries and is well connected with roadways and railways.

Agriculture[edit]

Mangos grown here are exported all over India and to some other parts of the world. Mangoes grown in the region are quite popular, and it has one of the biggest mango markets in India, locally known as "Mango Nagar".

Notable people[edit]

It is the birthplace of Telugu short story writer, Madhurantakam Rajaram, who contributed to Telugu literature for more than four decades.

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