District Profile

History

Warangal and Hanamkonda as legend goes is linked with the dynasties of Great “Vishnukundins” and even prior to it also of the Buddhist and pre_Buddhist periods of indian History.During Eighth Century A.D. , Warangal with an old name “Orukal” has served as Capital City of Yadava king of the Kakatiyas or Ganapatis making Warangal as Capital City.The name of Warangal “Orugallu” is said to be correct form of Orukal which is the original designation ,the old town.The words the middle of the Warangal fort.The Kakatiya line seems to have been in existance even earlier to the middle of 7th Century A.D.because the famous Chines Piligrim Hieun-Tsang,mentions the nameof the Kingdom of “Danakakitya” in the South.The family name Kakatiya is derived from the local appellation of the Goddess Durga(Kakati).

After the fall of Bahamani Kingdom,Warangal fell to the “Qutab Shahis” of Golkonda and thereafter it has came under the sway of Nizam’s dominitions.

Thus the city of Warangal has developed both under the political and historical influences of successive great kings.The Historical events and development occured in Warangal City. These are :-

Kakatiya Stage 1158- 1323
Bahmani Stage 1347- 1512
Qutub Shahi Stage 1512- 1687
Asif Jahi Stage 1724- 1948

 

Warangal urban-map

 

 

DISTRICT PROFILE OF WARANGAL (URBAN) DISTRICT

 

DISTRICT PROFILE OF WARANGAL (URBAN) DISTRICT
Sl. No. Item Unit Year State Warangal (Urban) District
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Geographical Area Sq. Kms. 1,12,077 1309
2 Villages / Gram Panchayats / Mandals / Mandal Praja Parishads:
a Revenue Villages Nos. 2014-15 10,434 124
b Gram Panchayats Nos. 2014-15 8687 104
c Revenue Mandals Nos. 2014-15 459 11
d Mandal Praja Parishads Nos. 2014-15 438 5
3 Population as per 2011 Census:
a Total Population Nos. 2011 Census 3,50,03,674 1093841
b Male Nos. 2011 Census 1,76,11,633 548719
c Female Nos. 2011 Census 1,73,92,041 545122
d Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males) Ratio 2011 Census 988 993
e Rural Population Nos. 2011 Census 2,13,95,009 343653
f Urban Population Nos. 2011 Census 1,36,08,665 750188
g % Rural to Total Population % 2011 Census 38.88 31.42
h % Urban to Total Population % 2011 Census 61.12 68.58
i Households Nos. 2011 Census 83,03,612 268109
j Household Size Nos. 2011 Census 4 4
k Density of Population No. per sq.kms. 2011 Census 312 835
l Growth Rate Rate 2011 Census 13.58 7.16
4 Child Population (0 – 6 Years ):
a Total Nos. 2011 Census 38,99,166 100926
b Male Nos. 2011 Census 20,17,935 52073
c Female Nos. 2011 Census 18,81,231 48853
d Sex Ratio Nos. 2011 Census 23,69,374 938
5 Literates:
a Total Nos. 2011 Census 2,06,96,778 744204
b Male Nos. 2011 Census 1,17,01,729 411431
c Female Nos. 2011 Census 89,95,049 332473
Literacy Rate:
d Total % 2011 Census 66.54 68.04
e Male % 2011 Census 75.04 74.98
f Female % 2011 Census 57.99 60.99
6 Scheduled Castes Population:
a Total Nos. 2011 Census 54,08,800 195037
b Male Nos. 2011 Census 26,93,127 96927
c Female Nos. 2011 Census 27,15,673 97980
Sex Ratio Ratio 2011 Census 1008 1011
7 Scheduled Tribes Population:
a Total Population Nos. 2011 Census 31,77,940 31712
b Male Nos. 2011 Census 16,07,656 16466
c Female Nos. 2011 Census 15,70,284 15246
d Sex Ratio Ratio 2011 Census 977 926
8 Workers:
a Total Workers Nos. 2011 Census 1,63,41,942 437888
b Main Workers Nos. 2011 Census 1,37,19,871 378025
c Marginal Workers Nos. 2011 Census 26,22,063 59863
9 Rainfall:
a Normal Rainfall mms. 2014-15 905.3 6223.1
b Actual Rainfall mms. 2014-15 682.1 6404.3
c Deviation % 2014-15 (-) 25.0 2.91
10 Agriculture:
10.i Land Holdings:
a Total Nos. 2010-11 55,53,982 88732
b Marginal Nos. 2010-11 34,41,087 60877
c Small Nos. 2010-11 13,27,362 18758
d Semi medium Nos. 2010-11 6,02,925 7202
e Medium Nos. 2010-11 1,66,833 1731
f Large Nos. 2010-11 15,775 164
10.ii Cropped Area:
a Gross Cropped Area Hects. 2014-15 53,15,333 60348
b Net Cropped Area Hects. 2014-15 43,76,576 48298
c Gross Irrigated Area Hects. 2014-15 25,28,956 43119
d Net Irrigated Area Hects. 2014-15 17,26,303 29660
10.iii Area under:
a Rice Hects. 2014-15 14,15,420 12934
b Jowar Hects. 2014-15 79,001 0
c Maize Hects. 2014-15 6,91,471 13410
d Red gram Hects. 2014-15 22,669 341
e Green gram Hects. 2014-15 87,352 213
f Black gram Hects. 2014-15 28,015 77
g Bengal gram Hects. 2014-15 59,337 97
h Groundnut Hects. 2014-15 1,54,798 859
i Sunflower Hects. 2014-15 18,371 0
j Chillies Hects. 2014-15 73,274 337
k Onion Hects. 2014-15 13,919 26
l Sugarcane (Gur) Hects. 2014-15 38,139 0
m Cotton Hects. 2014-15 16,92,925 34932
n Tobacco Hects. 2014-15 6,085 19
10.iv Production:
a Rice Tonnes 2014-15 45,44,982 NA
b Jowar Tonnes 2014-15 83,267
c Maize Tonnes 2014-15 23,08,051
d Red gram Tonnes 2014-15 1,09,279
e Green gram Tonnes 2014-15 44,854
f Black gram Tonnes 2014-15 16,338
g Bengal gram Tonnes 2014-15 81,277
h Groundnut Tonnes 2014-15 2,95,235
i Sunflower Tonnes 2014-15 25,667
j Chillies Tonnes 2014-15 2,53,260
k Cotton lint Bales of 170 kgs. 2014-15 35,83,327
l Tobacco Tonnes 2014-15 15,975
11 Livestock Population :
a Total Livestock Population (without dogs) Nos. 2012 Census 2,70,39,909 815522
b Cattle Nos. 2012 Census 50,34,109 49044
c Buffaloes Nos. 2012 Census 41,94,319 71437
d Sheep Nos. 2012 Census 1,28,74,859 293329
e Goat Nos. 2012 Census 46,75,620 49552
f Others Nos. 2012 Census 2,61,002 13285
g Poultry Nos. 2012 Census 6,91,58,605 338875
12 Veterinary facilities :
a Veterinary Poly Clinics Nos. 2014-15 8 0
b Veterinary Hospitals Nos. 2014-15 101 2
c Veterinary Dispensaries Nos. 2014-15 906 20
d Rural Live Stock Units, including Mobile veterinary Clinics Nos. 2014-15 1,101 28
13 Hospitals :
a i. Govt. Hospitals, Allopathic (including PHCs) Nos. 2014-15 696 16
ii. Dispensaries Nos. 2014-15 70 6
b Govt. Hospitals, Ayurvedic (including Dispensaries) Nos. 2014-15 432 7
c Govt. Hospitals, Homeopathy , (including Dispensaries) Nos. 2014-15 204 5
d Govt. Hospitals, Unani (including Dispensaries) Nos. 2014-15 190 4
e Govt. Hospitals Naturopathy (including Dispensaries) Nos. 2014-15 29 2
f No. of Doctors in all Govt. Hospitals (including contract Doctors) Nos. 2014-15 3742 30
g No. of Beds in all Govt. Hospitals Nos. 2014-15 22,495 1541
14 Education:
14.i No. of Institutions:
a Degree Colleges (including Private and Aided) Nos. 2014-15 195 37
b Junior Colleges Nos. 2014-15 2,493 91
c Schools (including Elementary, UPS, High Schools and Higher Secondary Schools) Nos. 2014-15 43,861 1130
d Engineering Colleges (including Private) Nos. 2014-15 354 15
e Polytechnic (including Private) Nos. 2014-15 250 6
f Medical Colleges (including Private) Nos. 2014-15 20 1
14.ii Students enrolled in Colleges:
a Degree Colleges (including Private and Aided) Nos. 2014-15 1,41,250 33649
b Junior Colleges Nos. 2014-15 3,42,754 55446
c Schools (including Elementary, UPS, High Schools and Higher Secondary Schools) Nos. 2014-15 61,53,410 174223

 

Maps And Boundaries

 

ANNEXURE -VI
Part .VI. Maps and boundaries.
Sl. No. Mandal Maps with Boundaries
1 Warangal North : Atmakur South :
Khila Warangal
East : Geesugonda West : Hanamkonda
2 Khila Warangal North : Warangal South : Khazipet East : Geesugonda West : Hanamkonda
3 Hanamkonda North : Hasanparthy South : Khazipet East : Warangal West : Hasanparthy, Khazipet
4 Kazipet North : Hanamlonda S:Inavolu East : Khila Warangal West : Dharmasagar
5 Dharmasagar North : Elkathurthy, South : Ghanpur Stn, Zaffargadh East : Khajipet West : Chilpur
6 Velair North : Bheem devarapalle South : Chilpur East : Dharmasagar West : Karimnagar Dist
7 Hasanparthy North : Kamalapur, Elkathurthy South : Hanamkonda East : Atmakur West : Dharmasagar
8 Inavolu North : Khazipet South : Wardannapet E:Sangem West : Zaffargadh
9 Elkathurthy North : Huzurabad South : Dharmasagar East : Hasanparthy West : Bheem devarapally
10 Kamalapur North : Huzurabad South : Dharmasagar East : Hasanparthy West : Karimnagar Dist.
11 Bheemdevarapally North : Jammikunta South : Elkathurthy East : Parkal West : Huzurabad