|Winner of General Elections 2009 in Bhongir is KOMATIREDDY RAJ GOPAL REDDY (INC)|
|Komatireddy Raj Gopal Reddy||INC||Hand||H.NO.2-19 B.VELLEMLA VILLAGE NARKETPALLY MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT. B.VELLEMLA VILLAGE||504103|
|Nomula Narsimhaiah||CPM||Hammer Sickle and Star||H.NO.15-4V.T.COLONYNAKREKALNALGONDA DISTRICTNAKREKAL||364215|
|Chandra Mouli Gandam||PRAP||Railway Engine||H.NO.1-7-1261 ADVOCATES COLONY NAKKALAGUTTA HANMAKONDA WARANGAL DIST. A.P NAKKALAGUTTA VILLAGE||104872|
|Chintha Samba Murthy||BJP||Lotus||H.NO.2-1-83 HINDUPUR NALGONDA NALGONDA DISTRICT HINDUPUR VILLAGE||45898|
|Sirupangi Ramulu||IND||Camera||SC COLONY N.G.KOTHAPALLY VILLAGE SHALIGOURARAM MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT. N.G.KOTHAPALLY VILLAGE||28486|
|Rupani Ramesh Vaddera||IND||Road Roller||H.NO.1-50 PEREPALLY VILLAGE CHITYALA MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT PEREPALLY VILLAGE||14903|
|Gummi Bakka Reddy||IND||Gas Cylinder||H.NO.1-176 EPUR VILLAGE CHITYALA MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT. EPUR VILLAGE||14112|
|Siddhartha Phooley||BSP||Elephant||GAGILLAPURAM VILLAGE CHANDAMPET MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT. GAGILLAPURAM VILLAGE||11976|
|Racha Subhadra Reddy||LSP||Whistle||H.NO.3-14-116/486 JUDGES COLONY ROAD NO.2 VANASTALIPURAM MANSOORABAD ROAD HYDERABAD-70 VANASTALIPURAM MANSOORABAD ROAD||10866|
|Palla Prabhakar Reddy||PPOI||Television||H.NO.1-7-491 REVENUE COLONY SUBEDARI WARANGAL. WARANGAL DIST. A.P SUBEDARI||8355|
|Sangu Mallayya||IND||Candles||H.NO.8-55 KOLANUPAKA VILLAGE ALAIR MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT KOLANUPAKA VILLAGE||5980|
|Medi Narsimha||IND||Coconut||CHOUDAMPALLY VILLAGE NARKETPALLY MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT CHOUDAMPALLY VILLAGE||4378|
|Mamidigalla John Babu||IND||Gas Stove||PAMUKUNTA VILLAGE RAJAPET MANDAL NALGONDA DISTRICT PAMUKUNTA VILLAGE||4368|
|Poosa Bala Kishan Besta||IND||Bat||H.NO.17-76/2/39 RAGHAVENDRA COLONY UPPAL HYDERABAD UPPAL||2784|
|Peruka Anjaiah||IND||Nagara||MUKKUNURU VILLAGE IBRAHIMPATNAM MANDAL RANGAREDDY DISTRICT MUKKUNURU VILLAGE||2494|
GeographyBhongir is located at . It has an average elevation of 430 metres (1410 ft). The Town is located around the Bhongir Hill. The Hill has a fort built in the period of the King Vikram-aditya. The Hill is more than 500 feet (150 m) high spread about 40 acres. The old steps from the bottom of the hill to the top are still intact. The hill also has a Hanuman Temple on it. The Stone Hill also have few Ponds and is famous for its beetle leaves, pottery and textiles.
DemographicsThe Municipal area covers 9.63 km². As of 2001 India census, Bhongir had a population of 47,451. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Bhongir has an average literacy rate of 70%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with male literacy of 78% and female literacy of 61%. 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
- Just 48 km from Hyderabad, Bhongir is an ideal stressbuster for all.
- The splendid, peaceful and famous Hill shrine Yadagirigutta, the abode of Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, is just 13 km from Bhongir.
- The famous jain Temple in AndhraPradesh 'KolanuPaka' is about 30km from Bhongir.
- Famous educational institutions like, Aurora's Engineering college located near by raigiri
- Other places like Boodhan Pochamalli - famous for its silk & cotton sarees, SurendraPuri temple etc are near to Bhongir. Festivals like Dussera, Deepavali, Sankranti, SriRamaNavami, Bathukamma Panduga etc are a treat to watch in this part of Telangana and are celebrated with pomp and devotion.
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