Which Telangana District Does Not Share Border With Andhra Pradesh
Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the two states that were united to form the state of Telangana. While Hyderabad is located in the region where both states are sharing border, there are certain districts in Telangana which do not share any boundary with Andhra Pradesh. Let us take a look at those districts below:
The district of Nalgonda is a district in Telangana state, India. It is the largest district in the state by area.
Nalgonda District’s population was 2,010,000 at the 2011 census. The district has an area of 10896 sq km (4648 sq mi). The town is well known for its temples and religious places like Ramappa Temple (famous for its stone carvings), Bhadrakali Temple and Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple at Gollapalli which has been built on four hills with a fort atop each one of them.
Khammam district is located in the southeastern part of Telangana. The district shares its borders with Andhra Pradesh, which means that Khammam does not share any borders with other districts in Telangana.
Mahabubnagar is a district in Telangana, India. It was carved out of erstwhile Hyderabad district on August 11, 1953. The district has its headquarters at Mahabubnagar town and comprises twenty-one revenue divisions and two municipalities namely Gadwal and Kollapur.
The total area of this district is 10,675 sq km with population density of 166 persons per sq km (2011 Census). The administrative divisions include 23 mandals under seven assembly constituencies.
Warangal (rural) district is located in the Indian state of Telangana. It is one of the 23 districts in Telangana, created on 2 June 2014 as per Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014.
Warangal (rural) is bounded by Adilabad district and Karimnagar district on north side, Nalgonda District on east side, Khammam District on south side and Mahabubnagar District on west side.
- Hyderabad is the capital of Telangana, and it shares borders with Warangal and Khammam districts.
- Hyderabad is a major commercial hub in India, with many multinational corporations having offices there. Many people come to Hyderabad to work for these companies as well as for other reasons like education or tourism.
- Khammam, Mahabubnagar and Warangal (rural) are the districts that do not share borders with Andhra Pradesh.
The above list of districts is a good place to start, but it’s not exhaustive. For example, there are some districts in Telangana that don’t share borders with Andhra Pradesh: Warangal (urban) and Hyderabad.