Area : 11,825 sq.km
Rainfall : 153 mm
Karimnagar district is bounded by Madhya Pradesh state in the east, Nizamabad district in the West, Warangal and Medak districts in the South and Adilabad district in the North directions.
Rivers : Godavari, Maneru.
Major Places : Karimnagar, Peddapally, Vemulavada, Jagityala, Sirisilla and Korutla.
Tourist Places : Sivaram Sanctuary, Elgandal fort, Kaleswaram, Dhulikatta.
Pilgrimage Centers : Sri Raja Rajeshwari Temple at Vemulavada, Kaleswaram temple, Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple at Dharmapuri, Sri Anjaneya Temple at Jagityala hill, Kaleswaram and Nagnur temple.
Handicrafts : Nakashi Paintings and Silver filigree, Sirsilla cottons, Ramadugu Stone Craft.
Industries : Kesoram cements at Basantnagar, Ramagundam Fertilizers, Ramagundam Thermal power station
This place was under the rule of Satavahanas in the begining and the Vishnukumdin, Vemulavada Chalukyas, Kakatiyas, Qutubshahis and Asaf Jahis. This place was earlier called as Elgamdala. This district was formed in the year 1906.
The forest yields Commodities, apart from usual Timber. Government
has taken steps in making social forestry. The chief mineral found
in this district is Coal. The main source of water to this district
is through Boggulavagu project on Boggulavagu, Echampalli project on
river Godavari. Ramagundam Thermal Power Station is the major Plant
found in this District.