Winner of General Elections 2009 in Nagarkurnool is DR. MANDA JAGANNATH (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Nagarkurnool

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Dr. Manda Jagannath INCHandH.NO.4-95 KONDAIRU (VILLAGE) ITIKYAL (MANDAL)422745
Guvvala Balaraju TRSCarH.NO.20-191 ACHAMPET (VILLAGE) ACHAMPET (MANDAL)374978
Devani Satyanarayana PRAPRailway EngineH.NO.3-36 CHUKKAIPALLY (VILLAGE) KOLLAPUR (MANDAL)62216
A.v. Shiva Kumar INDGas CylinderH.NO.17-2-777/B14/F4 MADANNAPET COLONY HYDERABAD-597708
S.p.ferry Roy PPOITelevisionH.NO.9-95 CHURCH ROAD KOTHAKOTA6575
Total Votes1025367

Nagarkurnool is a town in Mahbubnagar district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the business and education center for the surrounding villages and towns. Nagarkurnool is located in between 16.48 degrees northern longitude and 78.32 eastern latitude, this town is situated approximately 458.0 m above sea level. Nagarkurnool falls under semi-arid tropical regions. Nagarkurnool was named after the Kings "Nagana" and "Kandana", the brothers who ruled the present Nagarkurnool and surrounding area. The village Naganool (which was named after "Nagana" is still existing, approximately 1 km south east of Nagarkurnool. Nagarkurnool has a history of more than 500 years,almost 110– 120 years ago, Nagarkurnool was a main junction for transport and also district headquarter for most of south Telangana region, farmers traveling this area would buy and apply kandena to their carts. Kandena is a greasy material applied to cart wheels to run smoothly. The name Kandanool (Ooru), which sells kandena, eventually became Kurnool (Chinna Kurnool) and then Nagarkurnool. More than 70% of people still build upon their lives on farming, the main crops areCastor, Jowar, Rice, Maize, etc. Nagarkurnool is a major grampanchayat. It is the second fully computerized panchayat office in Andhra Pradesh, after Ram chandrapuram in Medak. Elections are held every 4 years to elect the Sarpanch. The Present Sarpanch's role has been taken by a Woman The present Member of Legislative assembly of Nagarkurnool is Dr. Janardhan Reddy Nagam, and Member of parliament is Dr M.Jagannadham, M.P seat is reserved for S.C's,for easy governance Nagarkurnool is categorized as a Revenue division,there are 72 revenue divisions in Andhrapradesh.



Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%, as the people from many surrounding villages continuously migrating to Nagarkurnool for education and job opportunities the population is increasing day by day. Nagarkurnool has an average literacy rate of 71%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79%, and female literacy is 62%. In Nagarkurnool, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Temples or Places of worship

  • Ramaswamy Temple—one of the oldest temples in the locality. A newly built TTD Kalyana mantapam is also on the premises of this well known temple. Famous for the Rama Navami and Krishnashtami festival celebrations. During the Sri Rama Navami festival the wedding ceremony of Lord Sri Rama and Seetha are performed every year.
  • Hanuman Temple—located near the Nagar Kurnool Cheruvu (Man Made Lake). This is one of the ancient temples of the town.
  • Saibaba Temple—renovated in 2003, inaugurated by Bhagwan Sri Sathya Saibaba of Puttaparthy himself. Members of Nagar Kurnool Sathya Sai Seva Samithi are highly devoted and actively involved in social service, such as ennabling rural women in handicrafts, providing tools and vocational training to unemployed youth, conducting medical camps for the poor and needy in and around the town, training in hygiene, adopting and maintaining cleanliness in villages, etc.
  • Shivalayam—located opposite the main Post office.
  • Kanyaka Parameswari Temple—Elegant Temple dedicated to Lordess Kanyaka Parameshwari and Lord Shiva. This temple is built by Arya Vysya community.
  • Subramanya Swami Temple—located in Erragadda.
  • Santoshi Maatha Place of Worship—located in Santha Bazar in Sri Sambu Ramesh residence. Hindu women celebrate Santoshi Maatha prayers on Fridays.
  • Bala Yesu Mandiram—located in the premises of Little Flower High School and operated by a Christian organisation.
  • Ayappa temple—located behind housing board colony. This is a newly-built temple.
  • Hanuman Temple—located in Indranagarcolaney, Sripur Road. This is a new temple.
  • Jamia Masjid
  • Meraj Masjid
  • Mahfuz bin Mahfuz Masjid
  • Moosa Masjid

Business places

  • Santha Bazar—this is downtown from the Nagar Kurool.
  • Market Yard—
  • Main Road—
  • New Bus Stand—major shopping complexes, restaurants and recreation are available near New Bus Stand center.

Function halls

  • TTD Kalyana mantapamu
  • Sowbhagya Reddy Gardens
  • Padma Nayaka Velama Sanghamu
  • Vasavi Kalyana Mantapamu

Movie theatres

  • Ramakrishna
  • Ravi
  • Raghavendra
  • Ramana
  • Ravindra

How to go Nagarkurnool

  • Nagarkurnool is about 120 km from Hyderabad, so this is easily accessible by road, there are two main road ways to reach, one is through Srisailam highway via Kalwakurthy (80 km) then Medipur road (32 km), another is through NH-7 until Jadcherla (79 km), then Nagarkurnool Road (39 km).
  • Nagarkurnool is just 86 km from the new Shamshabad International airportlink title.

Persons to be remembered

  • Achyutha Reddy: worked as a state Revenue minister, who was elected from Kodangal in 1950's, belongs to Nagarkurnool area.
  • Dr. Janardhan Reddy Nagam: considered one of the well known politician in AP, has worked in different departments such as Civil supplies, Health and Drought minister.
  • Narayan Goud Vanga: elected as MLA 3 times
  • lingamoorthy Kapilavayi: renowned poet and author of many books.
  • Mohan Goud Vanga: Ex- MLA and son of Narayan goud Vanga
  • Manda Jagannath : present member of parliament elected from Nagarkurnool
  • Subramanya shastri: founder and trustee of Degree college in Palem, developed Palem village.

Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

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