Madduvalasa

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Madduvalasa
మడ్డువలస
Village
Madduvalasa is located in Andhra Pradesh
Madduvalasa
Madduvalasa
Madduvalasa is located in India
Madduvalasa
Madduvalasa
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 18°36′05″N 83°35′33″E / 18.6013°N 83.5925°E / 18.6013; 83.5925Coordinates: 18°36′05″N 83°35′33″E / 18.6013°N 83.5925°E / 18.6013; 83.5925
Country India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Srikakulam
Talukas Vangara
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 532122
Nearest city Rajam

Madduvalasa is a village in Vangara mandal of Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh, India.[1] Madduvalasa village has two Hindu temples: Shiva and Shirdi Sai tample.

The village have one of reservoir name is Gurla Sri Ramalu madduvalasa reservoir project . It a tourist aera, and is most popular in November nad December.

Madduvalasa is a village in Vangara Mandal in Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh State, India. It belongs to Andhra region. It is located 51 km to the North from District headquarters Srikakulam, 4 km from Vangara and 655 km from the state capital, Hyderabad.

Madduvalasa's pin code is 532122 and the postal head office is Vunukur .

Nearby villages are Bitiwada (2 km), Sangam (2 km), Sarasanapalli (2 km), Jodubandala (3 km), and Patuvardhanam (3 km). Madduvalasa is bordered by Veeraghattam Mandal to the North, Palakonda Mandal and Regidi Amadalavalasa Mandal to the East, and Balijipeta Mandal to the West.

Rajam, Parvathipuram, Bobbili, Amadalavalasa are nearby cities.

The village is at the border between Srikakulam District and Vizianagaram District. Vizianagaram District Balijipeta is to the west.

Demographics of Madduvalasa[edit]

Telugu is the local Language here. The otal population of Madduvalasa is 600, comprising 325 males and 275 females living in 133 houses. The total area of Madduvalasa is 148 hectares (370 acres).

Access[edit]

By road[edit]

Amadalavalasa is the nearest town, at 48 km, and is connected by road.

By rail[edit]

There is no railway station within 10 km. However, there are railway Stations from the nearby town of Amadalavalasa.

By Bus[edit]

Palakonda APSRTC Bus Station, Rajam APSRTC Bus Station, Seethampeta APSRTC Bus Station are the nearby by Bus Stations to Madduvalasa. APSRTC runs Number of busses from major cities to here.

Colleges near Madduvalasa[edit]

  • Apswr Jr College For Girls
  • Apg Junior College

Schools in Madduvalasa[edit]

  • Apswrs Madduvalasa
  • Mpups Madduvalasa

Madduvalasa Reservoir[edit]

Madduvalasa Reservoir has been built on the Vegavati and Suvarnamukhi rivers, subsidiaries of the Nagavali River at Madduvalasa. It was commissioned in 1977. About 23,000 acres (9,300 ha) of land was brought under cultivation with the water.[2]

The seven villages of Patuvardhanam, Devikiwada, Chinna Devikiwada, CBR Peta, Nukalavada, Narendrapuram and Gitanapalli, comprising about 2,240 families, were adjacent to the Full Reservoir Level (FRL). They were identified for a rehabilitation package involving an expenditure of 27 cores.[3] Jalagam Vengala Raostarted the project in 1977; it was completed in 2002 and opened by Nara Chandra Babu Naidu.

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