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andhra pradesh

By ShankarPublished 6 months ago 3 min read

hello my friends.. Andhra Pradesh is a state in southeastern India, bordered by Tamil Nadu to the south, Karnataka to the southwest and west, Telangana to the northwest and north, and Odisha to the northeast. It has a 600-mile (970-km) coastline along the Bay of Bengal. In 2014, Telangana was separated from Andhra Pradesh to form a distinct state, with the shared capital of Hyderabad located in west-central Telangana. The state is named after the Andhra people, who have lived in the region since ancient times and have developed their own language, Telugu. Andhra Pradesh was established in its current form in 1956 to meet the demand for a separate state by the Andhra people. Although it is predominantly agricultural, the state also has mining operations and a significant industrial presence. It spans an area of 106,204 square miles (275,068 square km) and had a population of 84,665,533 in 2011.


Relief, drainage, and soils

The state has three principal physiographic locales: the beach front plain toward the east, stretching out from the Cove of Bengal to the mountain ranges; the mountain ranges themselves, the Eastern Ghats, which structure the western flank of the waterfront plain; furthermore, in the southwest, the level toward the west of the Ghats. The beach front plain, otherwise called the Andhra area, runs practically the whole length of the state and is watered by a few waterways, moving from west to east through the slopes into the cove. The deltas framed by the most significant of those waterways — the Godavari and the Krishna — make up the focal piece of the fields, an area of prolific alluvial soil.

The Eastern Ghats are essential for a bigger mountain framework reaching out from focal India to the far south and running lined up with the east coast. Hindered by the extraordinary stream valleys, the mountains don't frame a nonstop reach. They have profoundly permeable soils on their flanks.

The level district in the southwestern piece of the state — part of the Deccan (peninsular India) and regularly called Rayalaseema — is made out of gneissic rock (gneiss being a foliated stone framed in Earth's inside under states of intensity and tension). It is most noteworthy in the far southwest, where heights surpass 2,000 feet (600 meters), slanting lower toward the upper east. The Penneru Stream frames the principal waste framework. As the consequence of disintegration, the level is a locale of reviewed valleys, with red sandy soil and confined slopes. Dark soil is likewise tracked down in specific pieces of the are


A mid year that endures from Spring to June, a time of tropical downpours that runs from July to September, and a colder time of year that endures from October to February comprise the three times of Andhra Pradesh. Summers are uncommonly warm and muggy, with most extreme day to day temperatures surpassing 95 °F (35 °C) and, surprisingly, outperforming 104 °F (40 °C) in the focal piece of the state. Summer daily essentials drop to beneath around 70 °F (20 °C) just in the far southwest. Winters are to some degree cooler, with January greatest temperatures somewhere in the range of 86 and 95 °F (30 and 35 °C) in everything except the northeastern piece of the state. Winter lows dip under around 60 °F (15 °C) just in the super upper east.

Yearly precipitation, which gets to a great extent from the southwest storm downpours, for the most part diminishes toward the southwestern level region. Seaside regions get around 40 to 47 inches (1,000 to 1,200 mm) each year, while the westernmost piece of the level might get just a portion of that much. Precipitation sums in bits of the northeastern mountains surpass 47 inches and can be basically as high as 55 inches (1,400 mm).t.


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  • Salman siddique6 months ago

    what was that?

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