Why Kurnool is suitable for Capital Of Andhra Pradesh?

కర్నూలు ఏపిఎస్పి గ్రౌండ్ లొ స్వాతంత్ర్య దినోత్సవ వేడుకలకు రిహార్సల్స్
Specific introduction to Kurnool District

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About Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh with a geographical area of 27.5 million hectares, is the fifth largest State and the fourth most populous and nearly 73% of the population is living in rural areas. About 40% of the total cropped area of the State is cultivated with major crops like rice, millet, pulses and groundnut. A quarter of the total cultivated area is under Irrigation and the rest depends on rainfall which ranges from 500 mm annually in the south – west to 1,100 mm in the north-east.
Two of the India’s largest rivers , the Godavari and Krishna, cross the State creating large deltas at their outlets into the sea. They and their major tributaries rise in the Western ghats , in Maharastra and Karnataka States. The pennar river in the south west of the State cuts across Nellore District. There are number of other medium rivers in the State ranging from Vamsadhara in the north coastal district of Srikakulam to rivulets like Arani in Southern most chittor district. Numerous irrigation canal systems take off from these rivers. The upland areas use rainfed tanks and ground water for irrigation. Mostly because of the intensively cultivated deltas of the Godavari and Krishna rivers, the State is one of the Surplus States in India in respect of food production.

కర్నూలు ఏపిఎస్పి గ్రౌండ్ లొ స్వాతంత్ర్య దినోత్సవ వేడుకలకు రిహార్సల్స్
Specific introduction to Kurnool District

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