Winner of General Elections 2009 in Khammam is NAMA NAGESWARA RAO (TDP)

Updated Election Results Details of Khammam

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Nama Nageswara Rao TDPBicycleH.No.11-4-65/C Nehru Nagar Khammam469368
Renuka Chowdhury INCHandH.No.8-1-116 Jahed Nagar Khanapuram Haveli Khammam344920
Jalagam Hemamalini PRAPRailway EngineH.No.2-62 Paloncha Mandal Khammam District Nagaram Village131135
Avula Venkateswarlu INDScissorsH.No.11-8-179/2 Lenin Nagar Khammam23325
Jupelli Satyanarayana LSPWhistleH.No.10-4-8 Saibaba Temple Road Mamillagudem Khammam12143
Banoth Laxma Naik INDRoad RollerH.No.11-10-694/3A Burhanpuram Khammam11642
Mallavarapu Jeremiah INDKiteH.No.8-5-81 Jammibanda Main Road Khammam10190
Kapilavai Ravinder BJPLotusH.No.2-12-395/2 Vidyaranyapuri Hanumakonda Warangal - AP9644
Thondapu Venkateswara Rao BSPElephantH.No.4-2-214 Indira Nagar Khammam - AP6302
Chanda Lingaiah INDMaizePinapaka Mandal Khammam District Chirumalla Village4543
Danda Lingaiah INDGas StoveKamepalli Mandal Khammam District Maddulapalli Village3893
Manukonda Raghuram Prasad PPOITelevisionH.No.5-1-188/1 Kaviraj Nagar Khanapuram Haveli Khammam3868
Shaik Madar Saheb TPPPJugThallada Mandal Khammam District Kurnavalli Village3036
Total Votes1034009

Khammam is the headquarters of the Khammam District in Andhra Pradesh state of India.



The name of the town Khammam is derived from the name of a local hill called Stambhadri which has an ancient temple of Narasimha Swamy on its top. This temple is believed to have been existing since Treta Yuga. The name of the town, Stambhadri, later became Kambhadri, Kambham mettu, Khammam mettu and finally, Khammam when it became the district headquarters. The town is located on the banks of a river called Munneru which is a tributary of the Krishna River. Khammam district has a lot of historical importance in Andhra Pradesh. Khammam town which was the seat of Taluk Administration was part of the larger Warangal district, till 1 October, 1953. Five taluks of the Warangal district viz., Khammam, Madhira, Yellandu, Burgampadu and Paloncha (Now Kothagudem) were carved out and a new district Khammam with Khammam as District Headquarters. In 1959 Bhadrachalam Revenue Division consisting Bhadrachalam and Manuguru Venkatapuram Taluks of East Godavari district, which were on the other side of the river Godavari were merged into Khammam on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability. There is a festival held in Khammam remembering the old name "Stambhadri".

Electoral representation

The district constitutes the following Legislative Assembly constituencies:
S No Constituency Current Member of Legislative Assembly
1 Burgampadu Payam Venkateswarlu CPI
2 Khammam Tammineni Veerbhadram CPI(M)
3 Bhadrachalam Sunnam Rajaiah [CPI(M)]
4 Madhira Katta Venkata Narsaiah CPI(M)
5 Yellandu Gummadi Narasaiah CPI(ML) New Democracy
6 Kothagudem Vanama Venkateswar Rao Congress I
7 Palair Sambhani Chandrasekhar (Congress I)
8 Sathupalli Jalagam Venkatrao (Congress I)
9 Sujatha Nagar Ramireddy Venkata Reddy (Congress I)
Khammam district has two Loksabha constituencies which are Khammam and Bhadrachalam. The current Member of Parliament from the Khammam (Lok Sabha constituency) is Smt. Renuka Chowdary of Indian National Congress. The member of Parliament from Bhadrachalam (Lok Sabha constituency) is Sri Babu Rao Mediyam of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
S No Constituency Current Member of Legislative Council
1 Teachers Constituency Chukka Ramaiah United Teachers Federation CPI(M)
2 Graduates Constituency Kapilavai Dileep Kumar TRS
3 Local Bodies Constituency Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka (Congress I)
4 MLAs Constituency Puvvada Nageswara Rao (CPI)

Getting There

Rail: It is well connected by rail, nearest railway station KHAMMAM (grade A station) Air: Nearest airport is Hyderabad, (new Airport is sanctioned in KHAMMAM itself) Road: It is well connected by road ways from anywhere in India.


Khammam is located at 17°15'N 80°09'E? / ?17.25°N 80.15°E? / 17.25; 80.15.[1] It has an average elevation of 107 metres (351 feet). The district is bounded by Chhattisgarh state to the north, Orissa state to the northeast, East and West Godavari districts to the east, Krishna District to the south, Nalgonda District to the southwest, and Warangal District to the west. It has an area of 16,029 km². Well known power city, Kothagudem, is located in this district.


As of the 2001 Indian census,[2] Khammam had a population of 158,022. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Khammam has an average literacy rate of 42%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 78%, and female literacy is 66%. In Khammam, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Tourist Destinations

  • Bhadrachalam
  • Khammam Fort
  • Parnasala
  • Nelakondapalli
  • Kinnerasani DAM/Reservoir
  • Papi Hills
  • Neeladri
  • Madhira
  • Stambhadri Narasimha swamy temple(gutta),Khammam city
  • Lakaram lake, Khammam city
  • Danavayagudem Botanical Gardens,Khammam city

Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

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