Kamareddy district is a district located in the northern region of the Indian state of Telangana. The district shares boundaries with Medak, Nizamabad, Sangareddy, Siddipet and Rajanna Sircilla districts. Kamareddy has been carved out of Nizamabad district. It is bounded by Nizamabad district on the North, and Sircilla district and Siddipet district on the East and South East directions respectively. It is bounded on the South by Sangareddy and Medak districts and on the West and South West by the Nanded district and Bidar district of Maharashtra and Karnataka states respectively. The district is spread across an area of 3,652.00 square kilometers, which makes it 15th largest district in the state. According to 2011 Census of India, the district has a population of 972,625.

Kamareddy is a town and base camp of eponymous area in Telangana state in India. It is 110 km northwards from the state capital Hyderabad and 55 km south from the past region base camp of Nizamabad. After arrangement of Telangana state in 2014, Kamareddy moved toward becoming region home office. This spoken languages of this are Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Lambadi, English and Marathi. Kamareddy goes under the Zahirabad parliamentary voting demographic. Kamareddy produces paddy, sugar, jaggery, distinctive vegetables, maize and turmeric.

There are around 300 material business focuses. Telangana greatest poultry ranches are in Kamareddy provincial and urban regions. One of the significant farming business sector yard is situated in Kamareddy. Kamareddy is the real place for the encompassing towns and towns. Kamareddy has two transport stands, and a railroad station with network to most significant urban areas in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Kamareddy associates with major expressways like NH44 old NH7 which is the longest interstate in India.

Kamareddy has two bus stands, and a railway station with connectivity to most major cities in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Kamareddy connects with major highways like NH44 (old NH7) which is the longest highway in India. Kamareddy has major road line it connects to all major cities in India. Kamareddy has major railway line secunderabad-Manmad railway line. Kamareddy railway connects to major cities in India.

Kamareddy’s Main source of income is Agriculture most of the families depended on agriculture. Kamareddy produces paddy, sugar, jaggery, different vegetables, maize and turmeric. There are around 318 textile business centers. Telangana biggest poultry farms are in Kamareddy rural and urban areas. One of the major agriculture market yard is located in Kamareddy. Kamareddy is the major center for the surrounding towns and villages. Kamareddy is a major market in state of Telangana. Kamareddy has agriculture based industries like Gayathri Sugars and Several rice mills which produces large scale of food products like Sugar, Rice and many more products. Kamareddy has rapid growth in real estate new buildings, shopping malls and residential apartments are in under construction.

Kamareddy Municipality was constituted in 1987 and is classified as a second grade municipality with 33 election wards. The jurisdiction of the civic body is spread over an area of 14.10 km2 (5.44 sq mi). After Telangana’s General elections surrounding villages merged in Kamareddy municipality. Adloor, Tekriyal, Lingapoor, Devunipally, Sarampally and Chinnamallareddy added to Kamareddy municipality.

Kamareddy comes under the Zahirabad parliamentary constituency. The town shelters 17 notified slums with a population of 35,197 and 4,853 BPL households. Kamareddy is geographically positioned between 18.3167° N latitude and 78.3500° E longitude. The most preferred time to visit Kamareddy is from November to February, while the weather remains dry and pleasant.

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