About Karimnagar


Karimnagar district is one of the few districts in the state endowed with vast natural resources both for agriculture and Industries.This district as made rapid strides in agriculture production since the advent of Sree Rama Sagar Project (SRSP), which covers 35 mandals in the district. The district is situated between 17o-50′ -0′ and 19o-05′-00′ Northern latitude and 78o-29′-0′ and 80o-22′-00′ Eastern latitude. The mighty Godavari River forms Northern and Eastern boundary of the district, separating it from Adilabad district. The distriict is bordered in the South by Warangal and Medak Districts,in the North by Adilabad dsitrict, in West Nizamabad district and in the East by Baster district of Madya Pradesh.

The District comprises of 10 agriculture divisions consisting of 57 mandals,with a Geographical area of 11,89,004 hectares. According to the 1991 population census,the total population of the district is 35.75 lakhs. The density of the population being 257 for sq.Km. with 37.17 literacy. As per 1991 censes total No. of cultivators in the district are 4.58 lakhs which comes to 15.1 percent total to the population. The Agriculture laborers are 5.28 lakhs which is 17.39%.