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Komaram Bheem Asifabad District

Head Quarters     : Asifabad
Revenue Divisions : 2
Mandals           : 15
Population        : 592,831
Area              : 4,300.16


Komaram Bheem Asifabad District is carved out of erstwhile Adilabad District. It is surrounded by Adilabad, Mancherial, Nirmal districts and the Maharashtra state.

Asifabad comprises 15 mandals and has two revenue divisions – Asifabad and Kaghaznagar. The district headquarter is located at Asifabad, a predominantly tribal town.

The railway line that connects the south and the north of India passes through Asifabad district. Sirpur-Kaghaznagar is a major railway station in the district. It has one RTC depot at Asifabad.

The district’s primary crops include rice, cotton and pulses. Singareni Collieries, Sirpur Paper Mills, many spinning and ginning mills form the industrial profile of the district.

Historically, the district had a glorious past. Asifabad was an important part in the scheme of things of its erstwhile rulers. Fossils of the pre-historic period excavated in and around Asifabad attach archeological importance to this place. 


Irrigation
Vatti Vagu project is a medium Irrigation project being constructed across Vatt Vaagu, a tributary of Pedda Vaagu which is in turn a tributary of Pranahita river in Godavari basin.

Kumram Bheem (22 October 1901 – 8 October 1940) was a tribal leader who fought for the rights of tribals over jal (water), jungle (forest) and zameen (land).

Tourism
Eco-tourism can be promoted in the pristine natural forests, hillocks, valleys of Kumram Bheem district
Vatti Vaagu project, Gangapur Cave, Movvad village are some of the tourist attractions.


Public Representative Information
Sri Godam Nagesh
Hon’ble Member of Parliament Adilabad Parliamentary Constituency.

Sri Puranam Sathish
Hon’ble Member of Legislative Counsil of Adilabad.

Sri Koneru Konappa
Hon’ble MLA Sirpur Assembly Constituency
Mobile: 9441255522

Smt Kova Laxmi Garu
Hon’ble MLA Asifabad (ST) Assembly Constituency
Mobile: 9848309284
Mail: laxmikova88@gmail.com



Mandals
S.No.Asifabad revenue divisionKagaznagar revenue division
1Sirpur (U)Bejjur
2LingapurPenchicalpet
3JainoorKagaznagar
4TiryaniKoutala
5AsifabadChintalamanepally
6KerameriDahegoan
7WankidiSirpur-T
8Rebbena


http://asifabad.telangana.gov.in/district-profile/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumaram_Bheem_Asifabad_district



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