List of Revenue Divisions, Mandals in Warangal District

List of Revenue Divisions, Mandals in Warangal District and check the details of List of Mandals in Warangal District and List of Revenue Divisions in Warangal District from here. The Official Website of Warangal District, https://warangal.telangana.gov.in/. Warangal district is one of the 33 districts in the Indian state of Telangana. Warangal is an important district of Telangana.

Warangal (Rural) district was formed after bifurcation of Warangal District. The district headquarters is located in Warangal City. The district is spread over an area of 2,175.50 square kilometres and according to the 2011 Census of India, the district has a population of 7, 16,457.

During the Kakatiya reign, the capital of their kingdom was named ‘’Orugallu’’ or Ekasila Nagar. A fort was built here and later on, it has been called as ‘’Warangal’. Warangal was the ancient capital of Kakatiya dynasty, and was ruled by many kings like Beta Raja-I, Prola Raja-I, Beta Raja –II, Prola Raja – II, Rudra Deva, Mahadeva, Ganapathi Deva, Pratapa Rudra and Rani Rurdrama Devi, the only woman ruler of those times.

The Kakatiyas left many monuments including the impressive fortress, four massive stone gateways, large Shaivite temple and lake. They built many Shiavite temples and large lakes for irrigation purpose. After Kakatiyas, the region was ruled by Delhi Sultanate followed by Nayaka and the Bahmani sultanate of Golkonda. Later, it was annexed by the Mughal Empire in 1687 and it became a part of Hyderabad state in 1724.

Details of Warangal District

Name of the DistrictWarangal District
District Head QuarterWarangal
StateTelangana State
Number of Revenue Divisions2
List of Revenue Divisions1. Warangal
2. Narsampet
Number of Mandals13
Area1,766 sq km
Blocks13
Villages191
Municipalities2
Police stations17
Vehicle registrationTS-24
District MapWarangal District Map
Official Website of Warangal Districthttps://warangal.telangana.gov.in/
Details of Warangal Mandal List

Representing the unique and priceless age-old heritage of Warangal city, the thousand-pillar temple located here is a renowned heritage destination. Built centuries ago by the rulers of Kakatiya dynasty, the ramparts of the temple with its exquisite sculptures, is a wonderful destination for tourists visiting Warangal. A historic temple called the Bhadrakali temple was built for the mother of goddesses, Kali Matha or Bhadrakali Ammavaru, in Warangal. Located amidst the lush greenery of the hilly region, the temple is placed in a picturesque setting close to the Bhadrakali Lake near Hanmakonda, about 2 km from Warangal city.

List of Municipalities in Warangal District

  • Narsampet Muncipality
  • Wardhannapet Municipality

List of Revenue Divisions in Warangal District

  • Warangal
  • Narsampet

List of Mandals in Warangal District

The district will have Two revenue divisions of Warangal and Narsampet. It is sub-divided into 13 mandals.

SI.NoMandal Name
1CHENNARAOPET
2DUGGONDI
3GEESUGONDA
4KHANAPUR
5KHILA WARANGAL
6NALLABELLY
7NARSAMPET
8NEKKONDA
9PARVATHAGIRI
10RAIPARTHY
11SANGEM
12WARANGAL
13WARDHANNAPET
List of Mandals in Warangal District

List of Villages in Warangal District

Mandal NameVillages
1. Chennaraopet1. Akkalcheda
2. Ameenabad
3. Chennaraopet
4. Gurijala
5. Jhalli
6. Konapuram
7. Lingagiri
8.Lingapuram
9. Makdumpuram
10. Papaiahpeta
11. Suripalle
12. Thimmarainipahad
13.Upparapalle
14.Yellaigudem
2. Duggondi1. Adavi Rangapur
2. Chalparthi
3. Duggondi
4. Keshwapur
5. Laxmipur
6. Madhira Mandapalle
7. Mahammadapur
8. Mallampalle
9. Mandapalle
10. Muddunoor
11. Nachinapalle
12. Polaram
13. Ponakal
14. Reballe
15. Rekampalle
16. Timmampet
17. Togarrai
18. Venkatapur
3. Geesugonda1. Anantharam
2. Bodduchintalapalle
3. Dharmaram
4. Elkurthy
5. Geesugonda
6. Gorrekunta
7.Kommala
8. Machapur
9. Manugonda
10. Mogilicherla
11. Ookal
12. Potharajpalle
13.Ramachandrapur
14. Shayampet
15. Stambampalle
16. Vanchangiri
17. Vasanthapur
18.Viswanathpur
4. Khanapur1. Ainepalle
2. Budharaopet
3. Dabeerpet
4. Dharmaraopet
5. Jalubanda
6. Khanapur
7. Kothur
8. Mangalavaripet
9. Matuveeraram
10. Pakhalashoknagar
11. Pocharam
12. Ragampet
13.Rangapur
14. Thungabandam
5. Khila Warangal1. Allipur
2. Bollikunta
3. Gadepalli
4. Mamnoor
5. Nakkalapalle
6. Rangashaipet
7. Stambampalli
8. Thimmapur (Haveli)
9. Urus
10. Vasanthapur
11. Warangal Fort
6. Nallabelly1. Arshanpalle
2. Asaravelli
3. Govindapur
4. Gundlapahad
5. Kannaraopet
6. Kondapur
7.Lenkalpalle
8. Medapalle
9. Muchimpula
10. Nagrajpalle
11. Nallabelly
12. Nandigama
13.Narakkapet
14. Rampur
15. Ramteertham
16. Rangapuram
17. Relakunta
18. Rudragudem
19.Shanigaram .
7. Narsampet1. Bhanjipet
2. Itikalpalle
3. Kammepalle
4. Laknepalle
5. Madannapet
6. Madhira
7.Maheshwaram
8. Muthojipet
9. Narsampet
10. Paspunur
11. Rajupet
12. Ramavaram
13.Sarwapur
8. Nekkonda1. Alamkhanipet
2. Appalaraopet
3. Bollikonda
4. Chandrugonda
5. Chinnakorpole
6.Deekshakunta
7. Gotlakonda
8. Gundrepalle
9. Mudigonda
10. Nagaram
11. Nekkonda
12.Panikera
13. Pathipaka
14. Peddakorpole
15. Redlawada
16. Topanpalle
17. Venkatapur
9. Parvathagiri1. Annaram Sharif
2. Burugamadla
3. Chinta Nekkonda
4. Choutapalle
5. Enugal
6. Gopanapalle
7. Kalleda
8. Konkapaka
9. Parvathagiri
10. Ravoor
11. Rollakal
12. Somaram
13. Vadlakonda
10. Raiparthy1. Burahanpalle
2. Gannaram
3. Gattikal
4. Jagannadhapalle
5. Katrapalle
6. Keshavapur
7. Kolanpalle
8. Kondapur
9. Konduru
10. Kothur
11. Muripirala
12. Mylaram
13. Ookal
14. Perikaid
15. Pothureddipalle
16. Raiparthy
17. Sannur
18. Thirmalapalle .
11. Sangem1. Bollikunta
2. Chintalapalle
3. Elugur
4. Gadepalle
5. Gavicherla
6. Kapulakanaparthy
7. Katrepale
8. Lohitha
9. Mondrai
10. Mummadivaram
11. Nallabelle
12. Narlavai
13. Pallaruguda
14. Ramachandrapur
15. Sangam
16. Shapur
17. Theegarajupalle
18. Thimmapur
19. Venkatapur
12. Warangal1. Desaipet
2. Enumamula
3. Girmajipet
4. Kothapet
5. Laxmipur
6. Mattewada
7. Paidipalle
8. Ramannapet
13. Wardhannapet1. Bandauthapur
2. Chennaram
3. Dammannapet
4. Divitipalle
5. Inole
6. Kakkiralapalle
7. Katrial
8. Kothapalle
9. Liabarthy
10. Nallabelle
11. Nandanam
12. Panthini
13. Punnole
14. Ramavaram
15. Singaram
16. Upprapalle
17. Wardhannapet
18. Yellanda
List of Villages in Warangal District
  1. How many mandals in Warangal district?

    There are 13 mandals in Warangal district.

  2. How many revenue divisions in Warangal district?

    Warangal district is divided into 2 revenue divisions of Warangal, Wardhannapet. There are 2 revenue divisions in Warangal district.

  3. What is the official website of Warangal district?

    Warangal district official website is https://warangal.telangana.gov.in/

  4. Where is the district headquarters of Warangal district?

    Warangal District headquarters is located in Warangal town.

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