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Andhra Pradesh Facts and Figures

Earlier History | Culture  | Facts & Figures | Beaches  | Cuisines | Festivals | Around Andhra Pradesh

The fourth largest state of India, Andhra Pradesh offers historical monuments and rich culture to the tourists. Known as the "Rice Granary of India", Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of rice in India. It embraces twenty-three districts and stands surrounded by Tamil Nadu in the south, Maharashtra & Chattisgarh in the north, Karnataka in the west and Orissa in the northeast. Here is presented important information in the form of fast facts and figures about Andhra Pradesh.

Name: Andhra Pradesh

Capital: Hyderabad

Capital: Hyderabad

Area:
275,068 sq km (approx.)

Coastline:
1000 km (approx.)

Number of Districts:
23

Population:
76 million (approx.)

Major Religions:
Hinduism, Islam and Christianity

Climate:
Summer (March to June) - Warm

Monsoon
(July to August) - Warm
Winter (November to February) - Cool and Pleasant

Clothing:
Summer - Cottons
Winter - Cottons or light woolens

Languages Spoken:
Telugu, Urdu and English

Best Time to Visit:
October to February

State Language:
Telugu

State Symbol:
Poorna Kumbham

State Song:
Maa Telugu Thalliki by Sankarambadi Sundarachari

State Animal:
Blackbuck (Krishna Jinka)

State Bird: I
ndian Roller (Paala Pitta)

State Tree:
Vepa (Neem)

State Sport:
Kabaddi

State Dance:
Kuchipudi

State Flower:
Water lily

Major Festivals:
Deepavali, Dussehra, Moharram, Shivratri, Sankranti, etc

Tourist Attractions:
Tirupati Temple, Charminar, Golconda Fort, etc
 

   
 

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