Maddur, Mahbubnagar

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Maddur Venkat Rao
మద్దూరు
mandal
Nickname(s): Maddu rao
Maddur Venkat Rao is located in Telangana
Maddur Venkat Rao
Maddur Venkat Rao
Maddur Venkat Rao is located in India
Maddur Venkat Rao
Maddur Venkat Rao
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 16°52′00″N 77°37′00″E / 16.8667°N 77.6167°E / 16.8667; 77.6167Coordinates: 16°52′00″N 77°37′00″E / 16.8667°N 77.6167°E / 16.8667; 77.6167
Country  India
State Telangana
District Mahaboobnagar
Elevation 503 m (1,650 ft)
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration TS06
Climate hot (Köppen)
Website telangana.gov.in

Maddur is a Mandal in Mahbubnagar district, Telangana.

Geography[edit]

Maddur is located at 16°52′00″N 77°37′00″E / 16.8667°N 77.6167°E / 16.8667; 77.6167. It has an average elevation of 503 metres (1653 ft).

Villages[edit]

The villages in Maddur mandal include:

  • Appireddi Palle
  • Bhooned/Buneed

This village is well connected to district headquarters Mahabubnagar, maddur, narayanpeta and Kosgi by road. It is 40 km far from mahabubnagar,for every one hour two buses fly between mahaboobnagar and this village. This village is famous for Anjaneya Temple. population of this village: ~2500 sex ratio: ~0.98(98 per females per 100 males) official languages:Telugu, Urdu crops: Rice, Cotton,Ground nut....etc.

  • Chanwar
  • Chennareddipally
  • KRISHNA NAIK TANDA,PEDRIPAD
  • Damaganpuram
  • Dorepalle
  • Duppatghat
  • Gokulnagar
  • Jadavaraopally
  • Kajipuram
  • Kisannagar
  • Kommuru
  • Kothapalle
  • Lingalched
  • Maddur
  • Mannapur
  • Mominapur
  • Nagireddipally
  • Nandigam
  • Nandipad
  • Nidjinta
  • Pallerla
  • Pedripahad KRISHNA NAYAK TANDA
  • Renvatla
  • Thimmareddipalle* PEDRIPAD TANDA

This village is well connected to district headquarters Mahabubnagar, maddur, narayanpeta and raichur by road. It is 30 km far from mahabubnagar,for every one hour two buses fly between mahaboobnagar and this village. This village is famous for Shivaji Temple. population of this village: ~600 sex ratio: ~0.98(98 per females per 100 males) official languages:Telugu, Urdu crops: rice, cotton....etc.

  • Veeraram

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