Telangana at a glance

Telangana is a state located in southern India. It was formed in 2014 as the 29th state of India, after being separated from Andhra Pradesh. The capital of Telangana is Hyderabad, which is also the largest city in the state. Telangana is known for its rich cultural heritage and history, with many monuments and historical sites such as the Charminar, Golconda Fort, and the Qutb Shahi tombs. Telangana is also known for its rich natural resources, including coal, limestone, and iron ore. The state has a strong agricultural sector, with major crops including rice, cotton, and sugarcane. The state is also known for its rich biodiversity and wildlife, with many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries such as KBR National Park and Kawal Tiger Reserve.

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Telangana at a glance
Particulars Description
Capital Hyderabad
Established 2nd June 2014
Largest City Hyderabad
Latitude 15.9129° N
Longitude 79.7400° E
Area Total 112077 sq. km
Districts 33
Revenue Divisions 74
Revenue Mandals 593
No. of Municipal Corporations 13
Total Towns 141
Villages 10434
Total Population 350.04 Lakhs
Male 176.12 Lakhs
Female 173.92 Lakhs
Density 312 per Sq. Km
Literacy Rate -Total 66.54
Literacy Rate -Male 75.04
Literacy Rate -Female 57.99
Highest peak Doli Gutta (3,166 ft)
Official Language Telugu
State Mammal Spotted deer
State Bird Indian Roller
State Flower Senna auriculata
State Tree Prosopis cineraria
Airport Shamshabad
Lok Sabha Constituency 17
Rajya Sabha Seat 7
Vidhan Sabha Constituency Council : 40, Assembly : 120