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According to Indian census, 2001, the demographic details of Urlam village is as follows:
- Total Population: 3,343 in 793 Households
- Male Population: 1,712 and Female Population: 1,631
- Children Under 6-years of age: 425 (Boys - 229 and Girls - 196)
- Total Literates: 1,810
The Urlam Samsthanam can be compared to the Kasi in promoting Sanskrit studies during the last century. Raja Kandukuri Bala Surya Prasada Rao Bahadur (Devidi Samsthanam) The Raja Saheb of Urlam did yeomen service to saivites through their munificent donations. The Kings of this Samsthanam have ancestrally been Niyogi Telugu Brahmins, Tamil Iyers and not Kshatriyas or Rajus. Urlam railway station is located on Howrah-Chennai mainline. Passenger trains that run from Palasa towards Visakhapatnam halt at Urlam station.
Urlam hosts a branch of the Andhra Pradesh Grameen Vikas Bank.
- Post office
Urlam is home to a branch of the Indian Post Office, with postal PIN code 532 425.
Urlam hosts a Government Elementary School for class I to V, and a Government Z.P. High School for class VI to X. There is also Gurukula Vidhyalay for class L.K.G. to X located in nearby village Jaggunaidu peta.
Urlam has no college facilities of its own, but several are available in the adjacent Srikakulam district.
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