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Seethanagaram is a Town and Mandal in East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Mandal Seethanagaram has a population of 70454 of which Males are 35301 and Females are 35153. Total Households in this Seethanagaram are 18599.
Population of Seethanagaram Mandal
Seethanagaram Nearby Places like ATM, Banks, Hotels, Hospitals, Tourist Sports, Bus and Railway Stations are Seethanagaram, Sadguru Chittibabaji Samsthanam, Ganesh Temple, MeeSeva Center, Balaji Theatre, State Bank Of India, State Bank of Hyderabad, RamaDurga Picture Palace, Seethanagram Government Junior college, Kashtriya Kalyana Mandapam, Kotha Pattiseema Bus Stop, Kasthuriba Gandhi Ashram, Seethanagaram Panchayat Office, Sri Krishna Temple, Degree College, sivalayam, Ramalayam, Yanamandra, Sai baba Temple
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Villages of Seethanagaram Mandal
The Panchayats of Seethanagaram Mandal
in East Godavari district are Listed below. Total Number of Villages are 17.Seethanagaram Villages List
: Agricultural crops are Paddy, Maize, Sugar Cane, Banana and source of water for this land from T P Canal. Vangalapudi people often enjoy the village foods like Rice and festivals we celebrate like Mukkoti Ekadasi, Maha Shiv Raathri. Schools to this village are/in 4 Primary Schools, One Z.P. High School. and Colleges nearer to this place are/in Govt Junior College, Seethanagaram. Hospitals available to the people living are Govt Hospital, Seethanagaram and 2 Private Nursing Homes.. People in Vangalapudi and nearby places of this location enjoy their entertainment in cinema theatres like/in 2 Cinema Theaters, Seethanagaram. They do daily and frequent shopping in the markets of Weekly Shandy, Seethanagaram. Nearby Temples of this place are Temples - 12, Churches - 4, Mosque - 1.. More about Vangalapudi
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