West Godavari is a district in Andhra Pradesh State of India. It has a total of 49 Mandals in this district. The district has an total area of 7,742 sq km. There are 13 towns and 881 villages in this district.
The district has an total area of 7,742 sq km., 155.39 sq km is urban and 7586.61 sq km is rural. Out of total population of West Godavari, 4,370,033 in the district, 808,777 are in urban area and 3,128,189 are in rural area. 214,318 households are in urban, 877,207 are in rural area. 616,759 literate people are in urban, 2,035,630 are in rural area.
The most spoken Language in West Godavari is Telugu.
The West Godavari average altitude (elevation) 0 to 10 meters above sealevel.
West Godavari district lies west of the Godavari River and is the central district of the coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and lies approximately between 160 15' to 170 15' North latitudes and 800 50' to 810 55' East longitudes. The district is bounded by river Godavari in the East followed by East Godavari district, South by Bay of Bangal, North by Khammam district and West by Krishna district. The total area of the district is 7,742 Sq. Km and ranks 19th position contributing 2.81% area of the State. The district is almost North-South rectangular in shape with some intrusions of Krishna District in the South. Though it is a coastal district only two Mandals have the coast line.
This district is located on the upper middle of Eastern side of the State. The district is in the shape of rectangle bended towards Western side with an extension of South-eastern side. The district is bounded by Khammam district on the North, Bay of Bengal on the South, East by Godavari River and East Godavari district, and West by Krishna district.
Chintalapudi Mandal is having the largest area of 348.81 Sq. Km. while Poduru Mandal is having the least area of 68.60 Sq. Km. Bhimavaram Mandal is having the largest urban area of 26.14 Sq. Km. while Dwaraka Tirumala Mandal is having the least urban area of 2.18 Sq. Km. and Chintalapudi Mandal is having the largest rural area of 348.81 Sq. Km. while Tanuku Mandal is having the least rural area of 56.54 Sq. Km. Eluru Mandal is having the highest population of 3,19,405 persons, highest urban population of 2,50,834 persons and Jangareddigudem Mandal is having the highest rural population of 1,09,814 while the least population is found in Jeelugumilli 30,077, least urban population of 5,543 in Dwaraka Tirumala Mandal and least rural population of 30,077 in Jeelugu Milli Mandal. Highest sex-ratio of 1,077 is found in Buttayagudem Mandal and the least Sex-ratio 967 is found in Pedavegi Mandal. Tanuku Mandal is having highest population density of 2,026, while T.Narasapuram Mandal is having the least population density of 200 persons per Sq. Km.
Mandal is the local administrative division mostly a town or city, Below is the West Godavari District Mandals list in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Mandal can be considered as sub-districts, As on the last 2011 census, West Godavari is divided into 49 Mandals.
According to 2011 Census of India, West Godavari District Mandals population, Below is the list of West Godavari Mandals househods, total population and as per male and female statistics.