Area : 9,699 sq.km
The Boundaries of Medak district are Warangal and Nalgonda districts, Hyderabad district, Karnataka state and Nizamabad district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively.
Rivers : Manjeera, Valdhi, Gudleruvagu and Kadaleru
Major Places : Siddipeta, Medak, Ramachandra puram and Sangareddy.
Industries : BHEL, ICRISAT, Sugar, Vishaka Asbestos at Patanchervu, Sanitary wares at Kollur, Novapan India Ltd.
Pilgrimage Centers : Medak Church, Edupayalu Kanakadurga temple, Nacharam temple, Zarasangam and Alladurg temples.
Tourist Places : Manjira wildlife Sanctuary, Kondapur Archeological Museum, Medak fort and Pocharam Sanctuary.
Handicrafts : Siddipet Bathic Paintings, Ramayampet brass, Silver and Woodenwares.
Culture and Heritage : Ammapuram Puppetry.
Forest area occupies 9.96% of the total district area. Eucalyptus
plantations are taken up as the social forestry scheme in the district.
Manjeera Crocodile Sanctuary is situated with an area of 20 Sq.km is
a place to be visited. There are many Government establishments in
the district Vishaka Asbestos cement factory at Patanchervu, BHEL,
ICRISAT, are the major ones. Medium and Small scale industries and
ancillary units are there supporting the BHEL. Singuru Nizam Sager
Project build on the river Manjeera , provides drinking water to the
neighboring district of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Medak Church Built
in 1914 by Charles Walker Pasnet is coined as the biggest church in
the South India. It has taken 10 years of uninterrupted construction
time for completion of the structure. All Educational institutions
of degree level are affiliated to Osmania University of Hyderabad.