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​​The district was situated between 77° 40' and 78° 37'E , of the eastern longitudes and 18° 05' and 19° N, of northern latitudes. The geographical area of this district is only 7956 sq. km constituting 14.02 percent of the state.

It is also known as Indur. Nizamabad is the current and official name of the district. Nizam + Abad = Nizamabad, Abad means mass of people (Town). The district is bounded on the North by Adilabad district, East by Karimnagar district. South by Medak district, West by Nanded district of Maharashtra & Bidar district of Karnataka.

The district has population of 25, 51,335 as per the 2011 census which accounts for 7.25% of the total population of the State with 8.77 decadal growth.

Nizam Sagar Dam


Nizam Sagar Dam is an Indian dam. It is a reservoir constructed across the Manjira River, a tributary of the Godavari River, between Champed (Nizamabad) and Banjapalle villages of the Nizamabad district in Telangana, India. It is located at about 144 km north-west of Hyderabad.

The masonry dam sprawling across the river for 3 km with a fourteen feet wide motorable road over it. There are excellent boarding and lodging facilities nearby, for tourists.

Before Nizam Sagar was built, the Manjira River was not properly harnessed and little water was being used by diverting water at Ghanpur Anicut for Irrigating about 5,000 acres and an open Channel called Mahaboob Nagar (Right Canal) in Medak District.

The Ghanpur Anicut was the first scheme constructed across Manjira river in 1904 at a cost of Rs.18.00 Lakhs. Some years later, Nawab Ali Nawaj Jung Bahadur as Superintending Engineer added Fatch Nahar (Left canal) to increase the utility of the river later. The ayacut of 17,308 acres was being irrigated under this Ghanpur Anicut which subsequently increased to 30,000 acres as per actuals. Nizam sagar Project is the second irrigation scheme on Manjira river and the largest in the then Hyderabad state taken up during the year 1923 and completed by the year 1931. This Project was originally contemplated for utilization of 58.00 TMC of water to irrigate 2,75,000 acres in Banswada, Bodhan, Nizamabad and Armoor Taluks of Nizamabad District.

Dichpally Ramalayam


Dichpally Ramalayam or Khilla Ramalayam is one of the oldest temples in Nizamabad, Telangana. According to historical sources, it was built in the 14th century by the Kakatiya kings. It is also called Indhoor Khajuraho or Nizamabad Khajuraho.

This temple has 105 steps and a pedestrian subway connecting it to Raghunadha Temple in the Nizamabad urban center. The temple is visited by thousands of devotees on Sri Rama Navami day (the ninth day of the month of Chaitra). It is located 10 KM away from Nizamabad district, Telangana.

Districts Geographical Profile

Item Units Figure Source
Area In ‘000 Sq. Km 8 Census 2011
Population In Persons 25,51,335 Census 2011
Male In Persons 12,50,641 Census 2011
Female In Persons 13,00,694 Census 2011
Urban In Persons 5,88,372 Census 2011
Rural In Persons 19,62,963 Census 2011
Population Growth (decadal) % 8.77 Census 2011
Population Density (Person/Sq.Km) Ratio 321 Census 2011
Literacy % 61.25 Census 2011
Male % 71.47 Census 2011
Female % 51.54 Census 2011
Urbanisation % 23.061338 Census 2011
Workers as % of total population In Persons 54.26 Census 2011
Workers % of main Workers % 43.5 Census 2011
Household industries % 8.99 Census 2011
Area under Food & Non-Food crops Area in Hectares 5,33,119 Statistical Year Book-2013
Mining & Quarrying (Coal – Top) Qty in tonnes 79338 Statistical Year Book-2013
Forest Area under the control of Forest Department Area in SQ.Kms 1812.00 Statistical Year Book-2013
Gross irrigated area as % of gross cropped area % 64.04 Statistical Year Book-2013
Road Length per 100 sq.km. In Sq.km 65.760033 Statistical Year Book-2013
Post offices per 100,000 persons Ratio 18.852875 Statistical Year Book-2013
Bank branches per 100,000 persons Ratio 9.5636206 Statistical Year Book-2013
Population per bank In Thousands 10.63 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank deposits Rs. In Crores 18542.057 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit In Rs. 19775.921 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit to agriculture In Rs. 53.62747 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per ha. bank credit to agriculture In Rs. 25.664371 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit to Industries In Rs. 15.914727 Statistical Year Book-2013

Districts Major Crops

Crop Area in hectares Out-turn in tonnes Source
Rice 192960 736189 Statistical Year Book-2013
Maize 94834 505743 Statistical Year Book-2013
Soyabeen 83432 174456 Statistical Year Book-2013
Bengalgram 29699 47340 Statistical Year Book-2013
Total cotton 20498 45940 Statistical Year Book-2013
Greengram 11986 10573 Statistical Year Book-2013
Turmeric 11557 65505 Statistical Year Book-2013
Black gram 11475 10909 Statistical Year Book-2013

District Officials

Name Designation Office Phone Email
Sri D Ronald Rose, IAS Collector 08462-221966 collector_nzbd@telangana.gov.in
Sri A. Ravinder Reddy Joint Collector 08462-232051 jc_nzbd@telangana.gov.in
Sri S. Chandrashekar Reddy, IPS Superintendent of Police 08462-232203 -
Sri Y.Gangadhar, IPS D.I.G./I.G./Additional D.G. of Police 08462-226352 -

MSME-Industrial Profile

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