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Aswaraopeta

Aswaraopeta
అశ్వారావుపేట
mandal
Aswaraopeta is located in Telangana
Aswaraopeta
Aswaraopeta
Location in Telangana, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State Telangana
District Khammam
Elevation 166 m (545 ft)
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 507301
Telephone code 08740
Vehicle registration AP20
Lok Sabha constituency Khammam
Vidhan Sabha constituency Aswaraopeta
Climate hot (Köppen)
Aswaraopeta is an important Buddhist site in Andhra Pradesh

Aswaraopeta or Ashwaraopeta is a Mandal in Khammam district, Telangana. It is also a constituency of the Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh. Till 1959, it was part of Andhra region. For administration purpose it was included in Telangana region.

Geography

Ashwaraopeta is located at .[1]

Badrachalam-90 km

Sattupalli-35 km

Kotthagudem-80 km

Warangal- 240 km

Hyderabad-324 km

Jangareddygudem-29  km Rajamundry-85 km Eluru-55km Vijayawada-100km Polavaram-30km

Institutions

  • Agriculture and Horticulture college.
  • Zilla Parishad High School
  • Good News School
  • Jawahar Convent
  • A G College
  • VKDVS Raju Jr College
  • Shanthi Nikethan Public School
  • surya public scholl & jr. college
  • Saispurthy Engineering College
  • A-1 kids convent
  • Rainbow school

Temples

  • Sree Vasavi Kanyaka Parameshwari Temple
  • Hanuman Temple
  • Sai Baba Temple
  • Gandi Mysamma Temple


Villages

The villages in Aswaraopeta mandal include:[2]

  • Achuthapuram
  • Anantharam
  • Asupaka
  • Aswaraopeta
  • Bachuvarigudem
  • Gummadavalli
  • Jammigudem
  • Kannaigudem
  • Kavidigundla
  • Kotha Mamillavari Gudem
  • Nandipadu
  • Naramvarigudem
  • Narayana Puram
  • Ootlapalli
  • Peraigudem
  • Tirumalakunta

References

  1. ^ Ashwaraopeta at Fallingrain.com
  2. ^ [1]
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