Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is an State of State of India. Andhra Pradesh is located in southern India. Capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad. Total population of Andhra Pradesh as per 2011 census is 84,580,777 of which male and female are 42,442,146 and 42,138,631 respectively.
Andhra Pradesh (AP): Capital, Chief Minister, Governor, Rivers, Tourist Places

Capital Of Andhra Pradesh

Capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad. Hyderabad is located in southern india. It is the main city of the Andhra Pradesh State. Hyderbad is the hub of Trades. Capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad, Hyderabad is located in southern india, It is the main city of the Andhra Pradesh State, Hyderbad is the hub of Trades.

Rivers Of Andhra Pradesh

There are two main rivers namely, Krishna and Godavari, that flow through the state. The seacoast of the state extends along the Bay of Bengal from Srikakulam to Nellore district.

Tourist Places Of Andhra Pradesh

It is one of the top tourist places to visit in Araku Valley and is also among the top hill station in Andhra Pradesh apart from being a popular weekend getaway from Vizag city. At an altitude of 1168 meters, Anantagiri is famous for extensive coffee plantations and numerous waterfalls.

Languages of Andhra Pradesh

Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Banjara, and English are the main languages spoken in Andhra Pradesh.

Religions of Andhra Pradesh

Andhraites are highly pious people, who follow their religion with the highest regard. In Andhra Pradesh, the major religions are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism.

Districts of Andhra Pradesh

There are 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh. Here is the list of Andhra Pradesh districts.

Mandals of Andhra Pradesh

The state comprises 676 mandals, of which Chittoor district (66 mandals), has the most number of mandals and Vizianagaram district (34 mandals) has the least number of mandals in the state.

Education and research in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh has an overall literacy rate of 67.35%, significantly lower than the overall national average of 74.04%. Among the Indian states and union territories, it stands at 32nd position.

Education Board of Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh Board is Educaton Board of India. Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh also known as the Directorate of Government Examinations. It was established in 1953 and functions as an autonomous body under the Andhra Pradesh's Department of Education.