Andhra Pradesh about

Andhra Pradesh is a diverse state with a rich culture that reflects its history and geography.
The state is home to many different ethnic groups, each with its own unique customs and traditions.


Some of the most important cultural elements in Andhra Pradesh include its language, music, dance, and cuisine.


Andhra Pradesh cuisine is known for its bold flavors and use of spices.
Some of the most popular dishes in Andhra Pradesh include biryani, dosa, idly, upma, and tamarind rice.
Andhra Pradesh is also home to a number of regional dishes, such as gongura pulusu, avakaya, and bobbatlu.


Andhra Pradesh is a festival-loving state, and there are many different festivals celebrated throughout the year.
Some of the most popular festivals in Andhra Pradesh include Pongal, Ugadi, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Rama Navami, Krishna Janmashtami, and Dussehra.
These festivals are a time for people to come together and celebrate their culture and traditions.


Andhra Pradesh has a tropical climate, with hot, humid summers and mild winters.
The coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh are typically hotter and more humid than the inland regions.
The state receives an average annual rainfall of about 1,000 mm.

Andhra Pradesh is divided into 26 districts.

The districts are further divided into mandals and villages.

Districts of Andhra Pradesh are:

  1. Srikakulam
  2. Vizianagaram
  3. Parvathipuram Manyam
  4. Alluri Sitharama Raju
  5. Visakhapatnam
  6. Anakapalli
  7. Kakinada
  8. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Konaseema
  9. East Godavari
  10. West Godavari
  11. Eluru
  12. Krishna
  13. NTR
  14. Guntur
  15. Palnadu
  16. Bapatla
  17. Prakasam
  18. Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore
  19. Kurnool
  20. Nandyal
  21. Anantapur
  22. Sri Sathya Sai
  23. YSR
  24. Annamayya
  25. Tirupati
  26. Chittoor