Anantapur

Anantapur is a district in the Andhra Pradesh State of India.
Total area of Anantapur is 19,130 km² including 18,753.11 km² rural area and 376.89 km² urban area. As per 2011 stats, Anantapur has a population of 40,81,148 peoples, out of which urban population is 11,45,711 while rural population is 29,35,437. The district has a population density of 213.3 inhabitants per square kilometre. There are about 9,68,160 houses in the district, including 2,67,794 urban houses and 7,00,366 rural houses. When it comes to villages, there are about 921 villages in anantapur district.

The Anantapur district is further divided in to Mandals / Blocks / Community Development Blocks (C.D.Blocks) for administrative
purposes. In India, the Block or C.D.Block is often the next level of administrative division after the tehsil. It is important to note that, In some states of India C.D.Blocks are equal to tehsils.

For those who don’t know, the C.D.Block is a rural area earmarked for administration and development in India. The area is administered by a BDO (Block Development Officer). A C.D.Block covers several gram panchayats, local administrative unit at the village level.

Mudigubba is the largest mandal in anantapur district covering area of 553.95 km² while Agali is the smallest mandal in anantapur district covering area of 123.36 km². Anantapur is the most populous whereas Gandlapenta is the least populous mandal in anantapur district. There are 63 mandals in Anantapur district. Here is the list of all Anantapur Mandals / Blocks / C.D.Blocks along with area & population information.

List of CD Blocks / Mandals in Anantapur

# Mandal (CD Block) Area (km²) Population (2011)
1 Agali 123 36,253
2 Amadagur 256 29,520
3 Amarapuram 218 55,771
4 Anantapur 278 3,88,023
5 Atmakur 311 38,970
6 Bathalapalle 230 39,373
7 Beluguppa 329 43,735
8 Bommanahal 303 55,989
9 Brahmasamudram 295 43,162
10 Bukkapatnam 326 40,149
11 Bukkaraya Samudram 266 67,384
12 Chennekothapalle 365 44,351
13 Chilamathur 250 51,456
14 D Hirehal 337 46,613
15 Dharmavaram 375 1,72,479
16 Gandlapenta 190 26,183
17 Garladinne 294 53,780
18 Gooty 309 88,887
19 Gorantla 357 77,271
20 Gudibanda 242 52,610
21 Gummagatta 224 49,207
22 Guntakal 402 1,71,655
23 Hindupur 200 2,03,538
24 Kadiri 243 1,25,373
25 Kalyandurg 491 89,879
26 Kambadur 394 50,799
27 Kanaganapalle 424 39,673
28 Kanekal 401 64,979
29 Kothacheruvu 244 39,046
30 Kudair 392 38,312
31 Kundurpi 294 53,180
32 Lepakshi 151 45,122
33 Madakasira 335 81,227
34 Mudigubba 554 60,469
35 Nallacheruvu 147 31,036
36 Nallamada 272 41,376
37 Nambulipulikunta 362 31,404
38 Narpala 272 54,973
39 Obuladevaracheruvu 273 48,308
40 Pamidi 291 55,303
41 Parigi 151 58,225
42 Peddapappur 228 34,629
43 Peddavadugur 294 45,771
44 Penukonda 302 55,383
45 Putlur 342 36,902
46 Puttaparthi 237 59,000
47 Ramagiri 338 34,001
48 Raptadu 267 38,057
49 Rayadurg 342 1,02,691
50 Roddam 364 51,168
51 Rolla 162 39,964
52 Settur 327 43,172
53 Singanamala 320 43,643
54 Somandepalle 220 47,591
55 Tadimarri 258 32,385
56 Tadpatri 361 1,65,872
57 Talupula 430 42,392
58 Tanakal 353 47,946
59 Uravakonda 393 80,201
60 Vajrakarur 400 50,007
61 Vidapanakal 376 53,476
62 Yadiki 341 56,122
63 Yellanur 304 35,732

Population of Anantapur

Particulars Density Male Population Female Population Total Population
Rural 157 / km² 14,89,157 14,46,280 29,35,437
Urban 3,040 / km² 5,75,338 5,70,373 11,45,711
Total 213 / km² 20,64,495 20,16,653 40,81,148

Households in Anantapur

Rural Households
Urban Households
Total Households
7,00,366
2,67,794
9,68,160

District Overview
District (Hindi) : Anantapur (अनन्तपूर)
State / UT : Andhra Pradesh
Total Area : 19,130 km²
Total Population : 40,81,148
Density : 213/km²
Total Mandals : 63
Total Villages : 921

Total Population Villages in Anantapur District
less Than 200 28
200 – 499 53
500 – 999 105
1000 – 1999 197
2000 – 4999 381
5000 – 9999 125
10000 and above 32
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