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For the European tribe of the early Middle Ages, see Warini.
Varni is located in Telangana
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates: 18°31′56″N 77°53′45″E / 18.53227°N 77.895935°E / 18.53227; 77.895935Coordinates: 18°31′56″N 77°53′45″E / 18.53227°N 77.895935°E / 18.53227; 77.895935
Country  India
State Telangana
District Nizamabad
Elevation 430 m (1,410 ft)
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Varni is a mandal in Nizamabad District of Telangana State, India. Varni Mandal Headquarters is Varni. It is located 30 km towards west from District headquarters Nizamabad. 165 km from State capital Hyderabad towards the north.


Varni is located at 18°31′56″N 77°53′45″E / 18.53227°N 77.895935°E / 18.53227; 77.895935. It has an average elevation of 403 metres.[1] It comes under Banswada Legislative and Zaheerabad Parliamentary constituencies. There is a statue of Netaji Shubash Chandra Bose in center of the town, popularly known as center/Bose bomma.


The villages under this mandal live mainly on agriculture and animal husbandry. Nizamsagar Project Canal is the main source of irrigation, though many bore-wells are used in recent times. Milk production is high in this area.


According to Indian census, 2011, the demographic details of Varni mandal are as follows:[2]

  • Total Population: 72,230
  • Male Population: 35,311 and Female Population: 36,919
  • Total Literates: 36,402


Varni Mandal including Varni town as below[3]

  • Akbar Nagar
  • Ambam
  • Bajidapur
  • Boppapur
  • Chandur
  • Chintakunta
  • Ghanpur
  • Govoor
  • Humnapur
  • Jakora
  • Jalalpur
  • Karegaon
  • Khunipur
  • Kondapur
  • Laxmapur
  • Mallaram
  • Medpalle
  • Mosra
  • Moulalipur
  • Pedmal
  • Rajpet
  • Rudrur
  • Satyanarayana Puram
  • Sayeedpur
  • Shankaora
  • Siddapur
  • Srinagar
  • Tagilepalle
  • Thimmapur
  • Varni