Kalluru

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Kalluru
కల్లూరు
Village
Kalluru is located in Telangana
Kalluru
Kalluru
Kalluru is located in India
Kalluru
Kalluru
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 17°12′16″N 80°33′13″E / 17.2044°N 80.5535°E / 17.2044; 80.5535Coordinates: 17°12′16″N 80°33′13″E / 17.2044°N 80.5535°E / 17.2044; 80.5535
Country  India
State Telangana
District Khammam
Population (2011)
 • Total 63,336
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration TS
Lok Sabha constituency Khammam
Vidhan Sabha constituency

Sathupalli

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Website telangana.gov.in

Kalluru or Kallur is a mandal in the Khammam district of Telangana, India. Kalluru is connected by national highway[citation needed]. On 11 October 2016 it was formed as a New Revenue Division with six Mandals(Kalluru, Vemsoor, Sathupally, Penuballi, Thallada and Enkoor) in Telangana state reorganization structure.

Population[edit]

Kalluru Mandal has a population of 63,336 while Kalluru town, which is the headquarters, has a population of 15,807 (2011 census).[1] [2]

Literacy[edit]

Kalluru Mandal has a literacy rate of 41% while the headquarters has a literacy rate of 72(2008 Census)[3]

Temples[edit]

Kalluru has a famous temple of Lord shiva known as Srikashmira Mahadevakshetram.[4]

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