Nalgonda district is a historically significant place. It is the area of the Kshatriyas that have ruled from 225 to 300 AD. It is a museum of modern political rulership, including Satavahana, Ishvakulu, Rashtrakuta, Vishnukundini, Chalukya, Kakatiya, Padmanayaka, Kutub Shahi, Asaf Jahi. The Nalgonda district was born in 1905 with the many changes in the Nalgonda district, which were born to the armed forces and the Telangana armed struggle and revolutionary movement.. The town is ancient name nilagiri. Nilgiri derives its name from the two hills surrounding it. Nilgiri gradually nallakonda Nallagonda settled as Nalgonda. Until 1961, the District Ella had many changes.
The district has gained historical importance since ancient times. The district, which has a civilization and culture dating to 2,000 years old, has a history of 4500 years. In the river basin of the district, the goddess has seen the traces of the man. There have been many historical evidence that the existence of the highest human civilization here before the first century.Buddhism and Jain in the district before the Satavahanas. The Jain Temple in Kallipaka, the Buddhist Rama in Nagarjuna Sagar Vijayapuri, the ruins of the university, Acharya Nagarjuna and the Krishi Lords are still visible today. The Satavahanas, Ishvavas, Vishnukundinas, Badami Chalukyas, Eastern Chalukyas, Kathakali, Kayaas, Kundur Cholas, Reddy Vamsi, Padmanas, Gajapas, Bahamani Golconda Sultans, Asaf Jahi, ruled the region The first capital of the Vishnu Kundi is Thumalagudem in the district. One of the capitals of the Kaliyani Chalukya is the Pool. Panagallur Kundur is the capital of Cholas. Honorable, child laborers of Redars’ Red. The heads of the Padmanas of Ammanagal, Rachakonda and Devarakonda Rovers. Nalgonda is the center of many kingdoms.
The district is bounded by Krishna and Khammam districts to the east, Mahabubnagar, Ranga Reddy to the west, Warangal and Medak districts in the north, Guntur and Mahbubnagar districts in the south. This district is known as Nilagigai. The Krishnana Span area is 16.25-17.50 North latitude lines up to 78.40-80.50 pre-line lines between 14.247 sq km. It has a total area of 858.30 square kilometers in 27 zones. The geographical structure of the south-northwest direction is to the southeast and northeast direction. Many small and large mountains have hidden in his lap. On the border, Medak in North, Khammam in Warangal in the north, Mahbubnagar in Krishna South, Ranga Reddy and Hyderabad districts in the west. 6.03 percent forests There is more than 16 lakh acres of agricultural land. All the areas in the district are 300-900 feet above sea level.
The nature of the soil
Most of the district is in the red sandalwood, the sand soils are 47 percent, black is 9 percent and the land is 44 percent. The climate is so hot in summer. The summer temperatures of 42 degrees are recorded. Generally the weather is dry except during the southwest monsoon. The southwest monsoon winds and rains also rain along the southwest monsoon. The rainy season from June to September is 70 percent of the total annual rainfall. The annual normal rainfall in the district is 741 mm.The district is named after the district of limestone. There are many cement industries in the district based on limestone. The district was the top of the cement products. This limestone is made of gray, white, yellow, green, blue, brown and white color. Quartz granites, stones and uranium mineral deposits are also available. Krishnanadi near Elavasundara near Devarakonda in the Nalgonda district, travels 85 kilometers to the east and goes to Krishna district. While the main crop in the district is the rice crop, it is the most widely distributed district in the country in terms of crops. Cotton crop cultivation has also increased significantly. There are about 2 lakh farming area. In the same way, the first place in the state of lime plantation. In the Asian continent, the district is the second largest producer of rice mill industries. The world’s most famous handmade garments are being produced at Pochampally. The district is also known for quality dairy products. There is no fossil wealth. Millions of professionals depend on lyric work. Livestock is also substantial. The district is also famous for goats and sheep farming.
The Nalgonda district is a blend of different cultures. People here are quite akin to being a blend of different cultures. The population of the district is over 32 lakhs. Of the 4.32 lakh urban areas, more than 28 lakh people live in rural areas. The main livelihood is agriculture. About 56 per cent of the population are backward castes! SCs constitute 17.72%, STs 10.55%, OCIs 10% and Minorities up to 6%. Politically conscious district. Literacy is 57.2 percent.
Killa Nallagonda of the fighting
The Nizam is the district of Nalgonda who fought against the heroes, the guns, the guns, the villagers against the heroic, pacific and aggressive actions. Nalgonda has been fighting for the sleep of the Nizam in the heart of the movement, Nallam Mushtaqalapati is the first to fight the climax of the fighters born in Nallagonda district.
The British rule of Ravi’s unseen and the Nizam, Nawab was declared a liberator of the Nation, and the violence against the Telangana people. Many people have become victims of exploitation, violence, and illegality. Nizam has been stuck in the clutches. It was difficult for the troubles to wake up when the wings were tied to the wings. Jagirdars, Deshmukh, Deshpande and Surdhevakmu have been scattered by the people of Nizam. The interest was paid to the jewelery and the compounded by the crowd and peeling people. Besides, Nizam made up of his police and made 50,000 Razakars with Kasim Razvi to leave the people. All of them were robbed of the village villagers and continued their looting. Resistance has been sacrificed to gunpowder. Many leaders have been prepared for armed confrontation in order to ward off such a miserable Nizam regime. First of all, Lakshmi Narsinhareddy, Arutra Ranchandreddy, 1935, who was active in the Andhra Congress in the Nalgonda District, had organized anti-Jagirish struggles in the 36 years. Dispute movements were directed to pay taxes. The Nizam government was arrested under the treasonous crimes against Bellam Kondayya, who was accused of rape against the Razakars, but many cases were filed against Bellam Kondayya and Ranchandra Reddy Madipapri Reddy. Their struggle was inspired by the unrestrained shackles. The Andhra Mahasabha chaired by Ravi Narayan Reddy made a revolutionary decision not to pay the land bill. In addition, the Communists were able to enter the field and help the people. The angry Razakaris with these resolutions shot people who did not pay taxes. Women are shattered. The Suryapet Taluk Balam village was attacked by two Communist activists to suppress public movements. In 1946, he attacked the old sriapapattai and killed the sarasani nursea. More than 390 farmers have been killed by police on Devaruppala, Kamareddygudem and Puligadda Mallaradedugodendam. 64 women were trapped. Four thousand farmers were arrested in this incident. Ravi Narayana Reddy, Baddam Ellareddy and Mukhtam Moeyunuddin of the Communist Party called for armed struggle to end the Nizam regime in September 1947 to face these grievances. Party mechanisms were developed into secret techniques and made strategies for fighting. Guerrilla forces were built and attacked. Guerrilla troops have been ruled by villages. 10-12 lakh acres of land owned by the jaggars were distributed to the public. Nizam’s pirates were recovered and distributed to the public. Women also called for the fight against the ‘Goli koduko kuduko najam cirrrota’ under the golconda killa