is established on 25th May 1985. It has 21 villages and 100
hamlet villages. It is bounded by Medak district in North
and West; Bachannapet division in South and Maddur division
in East. The total area is 273 sq.kms. The S.C.'s amount to
23% of total the population and S.T.'s are 5%. The villagers
consists of 40% agriculturists, 36% agriculture labourers
and 24% are occupied in other professions. This mandal is
very dry, the maximum rainfall recorded is 768.8mm, ten years
back. The ground level water is more than 200ft in depth.
Cultivation is mainly by rainfed. By this 50% of the land
is cultivable and other 50% is waste or barren land. Less
than20% of the total cultivable lands
(50%) are having irrigation wells. The soil is mostly red.
Sandy foam and black cotton soils are also cultivated. The
maximum of land holding range from 1 - 3 acres, because of
this local economy is very low. The villages are remotedly
connected to the town. They are situated 20kms away from main
road. More than 45. 5% of population are illiterates and are
thus exploited very badly by money lenders. These led to the
poor situation of the mandal and poor living conditions. The
male population is 33, 676 and female are 33,676 in total
67, 260 as per the 2001 census by Zilla Saksharatha Samithi
- Warangal on Population and Literacy rate in the different
mandals of Warangal district. The male literacy rate is 68.
84% and female literacy rate is just 40.54% in total 54.65%
of literacy rate of the mandal.