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The city was named after Syed Karimuddin, who is thought to be its founder. The district lies approximately between the latitudes 17° 50′ and 19° 05’N and longitudes 78° 29′ and 80° 22’E.

Karimnagar district is bounded by Madhya Pradesh State in the east, Nizamabad district in the West, Warangal and Medak dist​ricts in the South and Adilabad district in the North directions.

The district has population of 37,76,269 as per the 2011 census which accounts for 10.73% of the total population of the State with 8.15% decadal growth. Many large scale companies like NTPC, Kesoram Cements, Ramagundam-singareni collieries etc. are located in and around Karimnagar.



Vemulawada is a Mandal head quarters on the western part in Karimnagar district. It is located on the banks of Mulavagu Rivulet. The distance between Karimnagar town and Vemulawada is 35 Kilometers. Vemulawada was a capital city of Vemulawada Chalukyas dynasty between A.D 750-973.

The remnants of the temples and statues show that Chalukyas were great architects. The greatness of Vemulawada can be inferred from ten inscriptions from the various temples41.

In those inscriptions it is named as Lemulavatika, Lembulavade, Lembulavada. After the changes it is transformed into Lemulavada, Yemulada, Vemulavada. The oldest temples are located in Vemulawada in Karimnagar district.



Jagityala is 50 kms away from Karimnagar. The town is a revenue division and Mandal. It is the biggest of all the towns which are governed by Municipal councils. It was the biggest Taluk among the Talukas of Telangana. Polasa village which is very near to Jagityala has thousand years of history.​

There are no historical evidences in Jagityala except a Fort. Elgandal Sarkar was very vast and include Chennuru, Lakshetpeta, Nirmal in its Sarkar. Mubarijul Mulk Japhruddaula Mirja Ibrahim Khan Dhamsa who was the ruler of Elgandula, built a strong fortress with the help of the technology of French Engineers in A.D 1747208. The frosts which are Nirmal hills were also built by Thamsa Farqu Mirja Ehetesham Jung, Son of Dhamsa, succeeded his father. He was a wicked ruler.

He did not give any respect to the notices of Asafja Nizam Khan II. Then the Nizam sent his army. Ehetsham was defeated in 1791 and fled from Jagityala. He took refuge in Nirmal fortress. At this time, the Nizam army attacked Jagityala fort in A.D 1791. The Khiledar of Jagityala fought against them and was defeated and fined the Jagityala Durgam to the Nizams army after the Nizams army directed their way to attack Nirmal.

Districts Geographical Profile

Item Units Figure Source
Area In ‘000 Sq. Km 16.1 Census 2011
Population In Persons 37,76,269 Census 2011
Male In Persons 18,80,800 Census 2011
Female In Persons 18,95,469 Census 2011
Urban In Persons 9,51,225 Census 2011
Rural In Persons 28,25,044 Census 2011
Population Growth (decadal) % 8.15 Census 2011
Population Density (Person/Sq.Km) Ratio 319 Census 2011
Literacy % 64.15 Census 2011
Male % 73.65 Census 2011
Female % 54.79 Census 2011
Urbanisation % 25.189546 Census 2011
Workers as % of total population In Persons 51.94 Census 2011
Workers % of main Workers % 42.02 Census 2011
Household industries % 4.01 Census 2011
Area under Food & Non-Food crops Area in Hectares 7,56,959 Statistical Year Book-2013
Mining & Quarrying (Coal – Top) Qty in tonnes 1,76,24,611 Statistical Year Book-2013
Forest Area under the control of Forest Department Area in SQ.Kms 2544.83 Statistical Year Book-2013
Gross irrigated area as % of gross cropped area % 70.15 Statistical Year Book-2013
Road Length per 100 sq.km. In Sq.km 103.64179 Statistical Year Book-2013
Post offices per 100,000 persons Ratio 19.649024 Statistical Year Book-2013
Bank branches per 100,000 persons Ratio 8.2886044 Statistical Year Book-2013
Population per bank In Thousands 12.26 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank deposits Rs. In Crores 22965.525 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit In Rs. 16542.783 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit to agriculture In Rs. 39.107521 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per ha. bank credit to agriculture In Rs. 19.509712 Statistical Year Book-2013
Per capita bank credit to Industries In Rs. 12.305577 Statistical Year Book-2013

Districts Major Crops

Crop Area in hectares Out-turn in tonnes Source
Rice 289428 1026877 Statistical Year Book-2013
Total cotton 251375 588595 Statistical Year Book-2013
Maize 108706 568675 Statistical Year Book-2013
Mangoes 13217 98136 Statistical Year Book-2013
Turmeric 15515 101344 Statistical Year Book-2013
Greengram 9474 5582 Statistical Year Book-2013
Groundnut 9340 14104 Statistical Year Book-2013
Soyabeen 7856 14282 Statistical Year Book-2013

Districts Major Mineral Production

Mineral Quantity (Tonnes) Value (‘000 Rs.) Source
Coal 1,76,24,611 2,35,46,481 Statistical Year Book-2013
Moulding Sand 27,83,388 1,27,618 Statistical Year Book-2013

District Officials

Name Designation Office Phone Email
Ms. Neetu Kumari Prasad, IAS Collector & District Magistrate 0878-2265206 collector_krmn@telangana.gov.in
Smt. Pausumi Basu, IAS Joint Collector & Additional District Magistrate 0878-2240749 jc_krmn@telangana.gov.in
Sri V Siva Kumar, IPS Superintendent of Police 0878-2262303 -
Sri R Bheema Naik, IPS D.I.G./I.G./Additional D.G. of Police 0878-2262377 -

MSME-Industrial Profile

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