() is an administrative district
. Mandya District borders on the south by Mysore District
, on the west by Hassan District
, on the north by Tumkur District
and on the east by Ramanagara district
. The district was formed in the year 1939.
The main town is in Mandya District is Mandya
. As of 2001, the district population was 1,763,705 of which 16.03% was urban.
Mandya district gets its name from the city of Mandya
which is also the headquarters of the district.
Mandya district is located between north latitude 12°13' to 13°04' N and east longitude 76°19' to 77°20' E. It is bounded by Tumkur district
to the northeast, Ramanagara district
to the east, Chamrajnagar district
to the south, Mysore district
to the west and southwest, and Hassan district
to the northwest. It has an area of . The administrative center of Mandya District is Mandya
Mandya District has five important rivers: Kaveri River
and four tributaries Hemavathi, Shimsha, Lokapavani, Veeravaishnavi.
Mandya district consists of 7 taluks
grouped under 2 subdivisions. The Mandya subdivision comprises Mandya
taluks and the Pandavapura subdivision comprises Pandavapura
The Economy of Mandya district is based... Read More