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Khammam
ఖమ్మం
city
Entrance to the Khammam Fort
Khammam is located in Andhra Pradesh
Khammam
Khammam
Coordinates: 17°15′N 80°09′E / 17.25°N 80.15°E / 17.25; 80.15Coordinates: 17°15′N 80°09′E / 17.25°N 80.15°E / 17.25; 80.15
Country India
State Telangana
Region Telangana
District Khammam
Named for Kamba
Elevation 107 m (351 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 266,214
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 507001, 507002, 507003, 507115, 507305
Vehicle registration AP20

Khammam (Telugu: ఖమ్మం), is the headquarters of the Khammam District in the Telangana state of India and is located about 193 kilometres (120 mi) east of state capital, Hyderabad. On October 19, AP govt has announced[1] Khammam city as Municipal Corporation, adding 14 villages around it which developed in business with the town.

History[edit]

The present name of Khammam is said to have been derived from the name of the temple 'Narsimhadri', later 'Stamba Sikhari' and then it was termed as 'Stambadhri' which has an ancient temple of Narasimha Swamy on its top. This temple is believed to have been existing since Treta Yuga. The vertical rock under the temple is known as 'KAMBA' which literally means pillar. The name of the town Khammam has been derived from 'Kambam Mettu' to ' Kammammet' or 'Khammam Mettu' to the present 'Khammam city'. The district is also named as Khammam.

Narasimhaswami temple

On the other hand, the historical records show that the name was "Kammamet"[2][3][4][5][6][7]

The City 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.

Revolution separate telangana born in this district.

Khammam City 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 Nuguru Venkatapuram Taluks of East Godawari district, which were on the other side of the river Godavari were merged into Khammam on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability.

In 1973 a new taluk with Sathupalli as headquarters was formed carving out from Madhira and Kothagudem taluks. In the year 1976 four new taluks were formed viz., Tirumalayapalem, Sudimalla, Aswaraopeta and Khammam district was initially a part of larger Warangal District. History of khammam shows that it has produced a number of leaders who were part of the Freedom struggle such as first generation Communist leaders Peravelli Venkata Ramanaiah, Pendyala Satyanarayana Rao, Sarvadevabhatla Ramanatham, K.L.Narsimha Rao, Chirravuri Laxminarasaiah and Congress leaders Madapati Hanumantha Rao, Chepuri venkanna, Madapati Ramchander Rao and Sardar Jamalpuram Keshava Rao,Bommakanti Satyanarayana Rao, Hayagreeva Chary and after Nizam Rashtra Vimochanam Jalagam Vengala Rao, former Chief Minister of AP, Prof. K. Venkata Ramiah, founder Vice-chancellor of KU hail from Khammam.

Freedom movement[edit]

Some of the notable events in Khammam town during freedom struggle .

  • 1931 – First Independence movement in Khammam proper
  • 1935 – First Library established in Khammam town
  • 1945 - 12th State Andhra Mahasabha meeting at Khammam organised by Pendyala Satya Narayana Rao as general secretary, Aahvana sangham. Elected Baddam Ellareddy as president and Pendyala Satya Narayana Rao as vice-president to 13th State Andhra Mahasabha in that meeting. The meeting was held on 26 March,27 and 28th. Puchala-pally Sundaraiah participated in the meeting as guest.
  • 1946 – Mahathma Gandhi's visit to Khammam mett (Khammam town) on 5 August 1946
  • 1947 August, 7 – Satyagraham at Madhira and Khammam by Jamalapuram Kesava Rao, Kurapati Venkata Raju, Vattikonda Ramakotaiah, Heeralal Moriya, Teegala Hanumantha Rao, Kolipaka Kishan Rao, Gella Keshava Rao, Pullabhotla Venkateswarlu (Hyderabad congress present)

Khammam Fort[edit]

Ghee well at Khammam fort

Construction of the Khammam Fort was initiated around 950 when the Telugu area (now Andhra Pradesh) was ruled by the Kakatiya dynasty (10th – 13th century). Later, Musunuri Nayaks and Velama kings were involved in the construction of the fort situated on the hill. It was completed in the year 1000 and was under control of Reddy dynasty. Subsequently the Qutb Shahi kingdom (1531) developed further both Khammam Fort and other parts of the region. Khammam Fort represents both Hindu and Muslim architectural influences. The fort has celebrated 1000 years of existence and is set to become a major tourist spot. It is developed as a tourist spot by the government. This fort was built with granite and has an area of around 4 square kilometers, has 10 endpoints. And it has a Masjed and Mahal (palace) including Ashoor Khanas built and renovated by Nawab Shoukat Jung Hussam Ud Doulah and his son Nawab Kazim Jung and grandson Nawab Mohd Shabbir Hussain Khan Azm.

Geography[edit]

Topography[edit]

Khammam is located at 17°15′N 80°09′E / 17.25°N 80.15°E / 17.25; 80.15.[8] It has an average elevation of 107 metres (351 feet).

Climate[edit]

Khammam experiences typical Indian climatic conditions. Summer season is hot and the temperatures can climb rapidly during the day. Monsoon season brings certain amount of rainfall and the temperatures gradually reduce during this period. After the onset of the monsoon day temperatures are much lower and as the winter approaches they reduce further.

Summer season is from March and lasts till the end of May. During this time day temperatures are high and can reach 50 °C to 55 °C. Humidity is low as it is not located near the ocean. Conditions are generally dry during this period and the temperatures range from a minimum of 40 °C and can rise up to a maximum of 45  °C to 50 °C. Monsoon season brings much needed relief from the heat. Monsoon seasons are from the months of June to September. Temperatures average around 30 °C during this period. The place gets rain from the South West Monsoon. Some amount of rainfall can be experienced in the October as well. Winter season is from December to February. January is usually the coldest parts of the year. Temperatures range around 28 °C to 34 °C during this time.

Floods[edit]

Khammam has been receiving higher annual rainfall than the rest of state. The annual rain fall is 175 centimetres (69 in) during the monsoon season. Khammam was also affected by the floods of Munneru, the tributary of Krishna River. In 2007, the floods stuck by the River drowned the Bokkalagadda with the heavy 3-day rain. Again in 2009, floods stuck and drowned the area again. Proposal was also there for the construction of barricade here.Food Corporation of India storage centres in Khammam releases food for the flood victims regularly[citation needed].

Culture[edit]

Khammam culture is a mixed culture of Telangana and Coastal Andhra. People of Khammam city are well coordinated with East & West Godavari, Krishna. This city is near to Warangal, Dornakal, Suryapet, Nalgonda, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tiruvuru, Nuzvid, and Kodad.

Demographics[edit]

As of the 2011 Indian census,[9] Khammam had a population of 267,000 including suburban khanapuram haveli. Out side KMC area nearly two lakh population is spread(including rural& urban ) . Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Khammam has an average literacy rate of 82.59%, greater than the national average of 74.04% with male literacy of 87.94% and female literacy of 77.39%. In Khammam, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Tourist destinations[edit]

Outside Khammam[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Khammam city has a good road and rail travel facility.

RTC has started city bus system in the city with minimum charge 5 to 9 rupees in the following routes and looking to start some more routes.

Route 1 Ragunadhapalem-Mudugonda via venkatagiri gate 3 buses, route 2 Thallampadu − Konijarla 3 buses; route 3 Allipuram-Ramannapeta via Mamatha Hospital 2 buses; route 9 kmm – Nayakangudem 2 buses; route 10 kmm – Wyra 2 buses. The city bus system was big hit in Khammam City. APSRTC introduced 40 city buses under JNNURM in khammam city.

Khammam is a gateway to northern coastal Andhra (East, West Godavari district & Vizag). The city is located on the link highway (NH-9 & NH-5) which connects Hyderabad City and Rajamundry Town.

Road[edit]

Khammam is well connected to major cities and towns in Andhrapradesh.

The distance between the major cities from Khammam is: Hyderabad- 199 km, Vijayawada- 120 km, Dornakal- 38 km, Warangal- 127 km, Bhadrachalam- 123 km, Manuguru- 147 km, Gunturu- 142 km, Eluru- 155, Rajamundry- 200 km, Vizag- 386 km, Karimnagar- 205 km, Tiruvuru- 55 km, Nuziveedu- 98 km, Kodada- 40 km, Suryapeta- 63 km, Kothagudem- 83 km, Kakinada- 260 km, Tirupathi- 485 km, and Adilabad- 428 km

Due to the heavy rush in the present bus station, a new bus station is an upcoming plan in the Indira nagar which is to be completed 2012–2013. A new outer ring road (From Yellandu Road to Mallemadugu and Khammam Bypass Road) is also a future plan.

Rail[edit]

Khammam is one of the major Railway stations on the NewDelhi-Chennai Railway line which connects the town with Hyderabad, Warangal, Vijayawada, Vishakapatnam, Tirupati and trains going to major cities in India like Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai take halt at this station. Daily 64 passenger, express, superfast trains take halt in khammam railway station. The station has three platforms.

A new railway line is proposed from Khammam to Sathupalli coal mines. If this line is opened the distance of nearly 160 km was decreased between Hyderabad and Vishakapatnam.

Air[edit]

Currently the nearest air connection is Vijayawada Airport(140 km) while the most used airport is the Hyderabad International Airport (208 km) because of its size and accessibility to international locations . There was a plan to survey locations to build a new airport in Khammam District[10] to connect cities like Hyderabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru.

Internal transportation[edit]

People in Khammam city majorly depends on Auto, Cab facility is also available

Internal roads[edit]

Khammam has a well road system. There are road connections to Bhadrachalam, Kodad, Suryapet, Bonakal, Warangal, Yellandu, Sathupalli the primary towns comes after this major town in all the directions. The road from the Bhadrachalam to Khammam town divides into two, one for Warangal State Highway and another for the Khammam Main Road which connects to the Bus Stand and routes for other towns. The Main Road connects the major business sector of the town also called as the Wyra Road. It connects the people to the District Collectrate, SBH Bank, SBI Bank and many other major shopping centres with tall buildings and attractive designs. This road is a big road having a divider with plants bringing the beauty to the road. The major junctions like Ambedkar junction and the Yellandu Cross Road junction, where ther route starts to Yellandu is one of the busiest roads in the town. This Yellandu crossroad connects to Warangal State Highway in a famous junction called the "NTR Marg" where the other statues exist with NTR, Lal Bhagjeevan and Telangana Thalli statue making it the biggest multiple junction in the town.

The town has three railway bridges and two river bridges. The Bus Stand road gives the way to the Railway Station and is one of the busiest traffic roads in the town also giving route to the Head Post Office. There is a major centre called Gandhi Chowk nearest to the Railways in Khammam. This centre which is the shopping and residential colony is named after the Great Mahatma Gandhi who visited and talked with people here. Today, this is a major Jewel centre in Khammam almost serving more than 10 jewel shops in the same area. There is a tall and big "Anjaneya Swamy" Statue in the centre of Gandhi Chowk which is a major junction where there are many jewel shops and there is an easy straight route from this statue to the Second Side of the Railway Station.

Roads in Kamaan bazaar.

The Bus Stand center is also a busy traffic road from here to the main entry of the Railway Station and has many textile shops around, called the "Kaman Bazar", the major hub of textiles in this town. Mayuri center is the major junction very near to the Bus Stand where the Railway Bridge starts. The other way from here is home to many of the television headquarters of the town, the Internet centers, and the famous Hotel Vishnu where the celebrities of the cinemas and serials meet the people. This same route goes to the District Public Library and the "Pavillion Grounds" where major sports and political events takes place and the only bus depot in the town. This road also gives direct connection to the Bypass Road.

Educational institutions[edit]

There are 18 engineering colleges, 5 pharmacy colleges, nearly 20 MBA and MCA colleges around Khammam city.

Schools[edit]

  • NEW ERA HIGH SCHOOL
  • LOYOLA HIGH SCHOOL(Ricob bazar center)
  • V.V. CENTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL (Raghunadhapalem)
  • SVM Central Public School(Resonace E - Techno)
  • Viveka Vardhani Vidhyalayam
  • S.F.S High School
  • Little Indians High School
  • Vignan High School
  • Geetanjali High School
  • C.V. Raman Junior College
  • New Vision High School
  • Sri Ramakrishna Vidyalayam
  • Sri Vivekananda Vidhyaneketan High School
  • Gitanjali Vidyaniketan
  • Wonder Kids
  • R.R. High School
  • Telangana Sri Chaitanya Educatinal Institutions
  • St. Joseph's High School
  • Triveni Educational Society
  • St. Marys high school
  • century high school
  • harvest public school
  • gorkey high school
  • Montfort high school

There are many high schools in Khammam city with ISO 9001-2000 certification.

Junior Colleges[edit]

  • Excellent Junior College, Mamillagudem, Khammam.
  • Alluri Sri Rama Raju Govt. Junior College
  • Govt. Junior College for Girls
  • Govt. Junior College, Naya Bazar
  • Success Vocational Junior College
  • Krishnaveni Junior College
  • New Wave Junior College
  • Siri Chaitanya Junior College
  • Resonance Junior College
  • New Generation Junior College, Khammam
  • Sree Narayana Junior College

Degree and PG Colleges[edit]

Medical colleges[edit]

In Khammam, Mamatha medical college is the first private medical institute accredited with "A" Grade by National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC) in the state.

Engineering colleges in Khammam[edit]

Cultural Centres[edit]

Auditorium[edit]

  • Bhakta Ramadasu Kala Kshetram,[29] Bhakta Ramadasu Kala Kshetram has been a prestigious National theatre, constructed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh in the name of Sri. Bhakta Ramadasu ( Kancherla Gopanna )[30] was devotee of Sri Rama and composer of carnatic music.

Key features of the theater:

  • Plinth area of the theatre/Building is 2,295 Sq Yards.
  • Seating capacity: 1104 seats ( 768 seats in the main auditorium and 336 seats in the balcony
  • Stage dimensions: Area of 105’ wide, 48’ deep and 38’ high; Has proscenium opening of 37×18 ft with 42×30 ft wooden floor as performing area.
  • Well equipped sound reinforcement system with 12 channels for microphones with loud speakers distributed over entire auditorium.
  • Set of painted curtains, side-wings with rotatory movement. Counter weight flys for quick change of scenes are also provided.

Cinema theatres[edit]

There are about 9 cinema theatres in Khammam city.{All theatres are Air conditioned and well maintained}

SNo Theatre Name Location
1 Aditya (formerly Siva Shankar (formerly Annapurna)) Near Jammibanda, ZP Centre
2 Kinnerasani Near Varthaka Sangam
3 Nartaki Megaplex Near Gandhi Chowk
4 Sairam (formerly Satyam) OverBridge West End, Kalavoddu
5 Sundar Max Near Gandhi Chowk
6 Asian Malls (Srinivasa) In front of Head Post Office
7 Tirumala Back side of old LIC Building, Wyra road
8 Vinodha Mahal OverBridge East End, Mayuri centre
9 Raghava Theatre Near Women's College, Behind Railway Station, Gandhi Chowk

Sports[edit]

  • Sardar Patel Stadium[31]

An international stadium with all amenities including sports complex, mini stadium, indoor stadium, swimming pool, skating rink, tennis court.

  • Pavilion Grounds By KMC
  • SR & BGNR Grounds

Function halls[edit]

  • PSR Function Hall(Opp: Sunder Megaplex)
  • Challapally Gardens
  • Sapthapadhi Gardens
  • Vasireddy Halls.
  • Stapathy Gardens
  • Oasis A/c Gardens
  • Sequel Resorts
  • Ganesh Gardens
  • Challapalli Gardens (The convention Centre), Saiprabhath Nagar
  • Ramkrishna Function Hall (by pass road)
  • Suryadevara Gardens
  • Nagarjuna Function Hall
  • Krishna Function Hall
  • RR Gardens Function Hall
  • Swarna Bharathi Function Hall
  • TTD Function Hall
  • MB Gardens Function Hall
  • Urdu Ghar Function Hall (Opp:municipal Corporation Office)
  • Sri Lakshmi Gardens, Bonakal Road, Khammam
  • Vasavi Gardens, Venkata Lakshmi Talkies Road, Khammam
  • Veerabrahmendra Swamy Kalyanamantapam, Bhakta Potana Street, Khammam
  • Kirana Jaggery Merchants Association Function Hall, Varthaka Sangham Road, Khammam

Members of Parliament[edit]

Lok Sabha !Duration Name of M.P. Party Affiliation
Second 1957-62 T. B. Vittal Rao Communist Party of India
Third 1962-67 T. Lakshmi Kantamma Indian National Congress
Fourth 1967-71 T. Lakshmi Kantamma Indian National Congress
Fifth 1971-77 T. Lakshmi Kantamma Indian National Congress
Sixth 1977-80 Jalagam Kondala Rao Indian National Congress
Seventh 1980-84 Jalagam Kondala Rao Indian National Congress
Eighth 1984-89 Jalagam Vengala Rao Indian National Congress
Ninth 1989-91 Jalagam Vengala Rao Indian National Congress
Tenth 1991-96 P.V. Rangayya Nayudu Indian National Congress
Eleventh 1996-98 Veerabhadram Tammineni Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Twelfth 1998-99 Nadendla Bhaskara Rao Indian National Congress
Thirteenth 1999-04 Renuka Chowdhary Indian National Congress
Fourteenth 2004-09 Renuka Chowdhary Indian National Congress
Fifteenth 2009-Incumbent Nama Nageswara Rao Telugu Desam Party

References[edit]

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  2. ^ A Descriptive and Historical Account of the Godavery District in the Presidencyof Madras, H. Morris, 1878, London, p. 216
  3. ^ A manual of the Kistna district in the presidency of Madras, Gordon Mackenzie, 1883, Madras, p. 25, 80
  4. ^ Buddhist remains in Āndhra and the history of Āndhra between 224 & 610 A.D., K. R. Subramanian, p. 149
  5. ^ A Handbook for India, Part I, Madras, John Murray, 1859, London
  6. ^ The Geography of India, J. Burgess, 1871, London, p. 48
  7. ^ The Church Missionary Intelligencer,Volume 2,1866, London, p. 73
  8. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc – Khammam
  9. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01. 
  10. ^ "Andhra Pradesh / Khammam News : Civil Aviation team in Khammam". The Hindu. 2007-09-09. Retrieved 2013-11-17. 
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