Mahabubnagar is a district located in the southern part of Telangana, India. The district headquarters are in the town of Mahabubnagar. Mahabubnagar district is the largest district in Telangana State, covering an area of 18,423 square kilometers. The district is bounded by Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh to the east, Raichur district of Karnataka to the south, and the districts of Rangareddy, Hyderabad, and Nagarkurnool to the west and north respectively.
Mahabubnagar district has a rich history, with traces of the Chalukya, Kakatiya, and Qutub Shahi dynasties evident in the region. The district was a part of the Golconda Sultanate until 1687 when it was annexed by the Mughal Empire. During the British rule, the district was a part of the Nizam's Dominion until 1948 when it became a part of independent India.
The district is located in the southern part of Telangana and has a diverse landscape. The Nallamala Hills are located to the east of the district, while the Deccan Plateau is to the west. The Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers flow through the district, providing irrigation for agriculture. The district has several large reservoirs, including the Jurala Project and the Srisailam Dam.
Mahabubnagar district has a semi-arid climate with hot summers and mild winters. The temperature in the district can reach up to 48 degrees Celsius in summer and fall to as low as 10 degrees Celsius in winter. The monsoon season lasts from June to September, and the district receives an average rainfall of around 700 mm per year.
The economy of Mahabubnagar district is predominantly agricultural, with cotton, maize, groundnut, and paddy being the major crops grown in the district. The district is also known for its horticulture produce, including mangoes, oranges, and guavas. The district is also rich in minerals, with reserves of limestone, dolomite, and quartz.
Mahabubnagar district has several tourist attractions, including historical sites and natural landmarks. Some of the major tourist attractions in the district include:
|S.No||Tehsil / Taluk Name||District Name||State Name|
|29||Mahabub Nagar||Mahabub Nagar||Telangana|
|30||Mahabubnagar H.o||Mahabub Nagar||Telangana|
|38||Pedda Mandadi||Mahabub Nagar||Telangana|
|43||Stn. Jadcherla||Mahabub Nagar||Telangana|
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