Anantapur district

Anantapur District

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For the city information, see Anantapur.

Anantapur District , ) is one of the 23 districts in Andhra Pradesh, India. The district headquarters is Anantapur City.


It is the largest district of Andhra Pradesh spanning an area of 19,130 kmĀ². It is bounded on the north by Kurnool District, on the east by Kadapa District, on the southeast by Chittoor District, and on the southwest and west by Karnataka state. It is part of Rayalaseema region on the state. Its northern and central portions are a high plateau, generally undulating, with large granite rocks or low hill ranges rising occasionally above its surface. In the southern portion of the district the surface is more hilly, the plateau there rising to . above the sea. Six rivers flow within the district: Penna, Chithravathi, Vedavathi, Papagni, Swarnamukhi, and Thadakaleru. The district receives an average annual rainfall of 381 millimeters.

Anantapur city is 354 KMS away from Capital Hyderabad, 200 KMS from neighbor state capital Bangalore. Anantapur connects Hyderabad and Bangalore through National Highway-7. Bangalore International Airport is nearest international airport to Anantapur.


The district had a population of 3,640,478 of which 25.26% is urban as of 2001. Anantapur district includes 866 villages. Telugu is the widely spoken language in this region and it has a literacy rate of 56.69%. Urdu and Kannada are the other two widely spoken languages in the district. Telugu and Urdu...
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