Gudivada is a Town and Mandal in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. Total number of villages in this Mandal is 30. Telugu language is widely spoken in Gudivada. Gudivada Mandal sex ratio is 996 females per 1000 of males.

Gudivada Mandal Population

Gudivada population 2019, households, literacy and census
According to 2011 census total population of Gudivada is 43,286 people are living in this Mandal, of which 21,690 are male and 21,596 are female. Expected Population of Gudivada Mandal in 2019 is between 41,988 and 51,944. Literate people are 28,669 out of 15,128 are male and 13,541 are female. Total workers are 21,891 depends on multi skills out of which 13,689 are men and 8,202 are women. Total 2,109 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 1,971 are cultivated by men and 138 are women. 8,587 people works in agricultural land as a labour in Gudivada, men are 6,027 and 2,560 are women.

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Gudivada Nearby Places like are Santhi Nagar, Online Gudivada, Maganti Hospital, Flavours Restaurant, Addepalli Complex, R.T.O Office,, guruvindagunta, Dr. K.K.R's Gowtham Concept School, N.T.R Stadium, Alankar Family Restaurant, Suraj Infotech, Head Post Office, Nehru Chowk Centre, Varun Motors, Viswa Bharathi English Medium High School, Vaayu Vision Technologies, Axis Bank Ltd, Raghavendra Web Solutions, Montessor Telugu Medium School, Pedaparupudi
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Gudivada Mandal Villages List

List of Towns and Villages in Gudivada Mandal. Total Number of Villages in this Mandal are 30.

Seepudi : Agricultural crops are paddy and black grams and source of water for this land from some what better pond we obtain from krishna river. Seepudi people often enjoy the village foods like no famous food but mostly we eat fish and festivals we celebrate like ganganama sambram we celebrate it for every 3 years we celebrate sankranthi also proudly and richly. Schools to this village are/in zph schools for high we go to elamaru and Colleges nearer to this place are/in for college we go to gudivada are anr college. Hospitals available to the people living are we go to gudivada for hospitals. People in Seepudi and nearby places of this location enjoy their entertainment in cinema theatres like/in gudivada. They do daily and frequent shopping in the markets of gudivada. Nearby Temples of this place are nagaraju temple and sivalayam some what famous. More about Seepudi

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I belong to chinnavanigudem village, a hamlet of seepudi gram panchayat in Gudivada Mandal.My village doesn\'t have basic eminities like road connectivity,transportation,drinking water sources.Needs basic eminities improvement
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Our foreparents are from this village migrated to Nallacheruvu and uppalagupatam villages in east Godavari District. Our gurus are still in Machilipatnam.These 2 villages are also dominated my moturi families of kapu community
About moturu Village, Gudivada Mandal, Krishna District

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i am g.pavan kumar from seepudi in my village there is no electricity facility for main road i.e the road we come from edulamadali to seepudi i mean no current polls.........the road facility is worst we want better roads.......after 7pm its very difficult to go to seepudi village please go through the problems that we are facing and provide us some facilities atleast current polls
About seepudi Village, Gudivada Mandal, Krishna District

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