The Church of South India Cathedral in Medak
|Elevation||442 m (1,450 ft)|
|• Official||Telugu, Urdu|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Medak is located at  It has an average elevation of 442 meters (1450 feet)..
The original name of Medak is believed to be Siddapuram. The town's name was later changed to Gulshanabad, and Methukuseema later it was changed to MEDAK
As of 2011[update] census of India, the town had a population of 44,255 with 9011 households. The total population constitute, 21,336 males and 22,919 females —a sex ratio of 1074 females per 1000 males. 4,815 children are in the age group of 0–6 years, of which 2,418 are boys and 2,397 are girls —a ratio of 991 per 1000. The average literacy rate stands at 78.56% with 30,984 literates, significantly higher than the state average of 66.46%.
Medak municipality was formed in the year 1953. It is spread over an area of 22.00 km2 (8.49 sq mi). Medak urban agglomeration consists of Medak municipality and the out growth of Ausulapalle village.
Most notably festival of Bathukamma in the springtime is 9 a day long festival.
Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary is a forest and wildlife sanctuary named for the nearby Pocharam Lake. Medak Cathedral sees over the Diocese of Medak, the single largest diocese in Asia. Ancient temple of Kuchadri venkateshwara swamy at Kuchanpally is a nearby Hindu worship centre. In 2011, it was declared as protected monument by Archaeological department, government of Andhra Pradesh.
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