Raichur


Raichur is a district in the Indian state of Karnataka. The population of the district, by the 2001 Census of India, is 1,648,212. Raichur district has five taluks: Raichur, Devdurg, Sindhanur, Manvi and Lingasagur. The capital of the district is the city of Raichur, which is 409 km from the state capital, Bangalore.

The thermal power production plant at Shaktinagar in this district provides a large portion of the electricity consumption in Karnataka.

Among the historial attractions in the district, notable are the Raichur fort, built in 1294, and the nearby town of Anegundi, which has a number of monuments from the Vijayanagara empire, including the Ranganatha temple, Pampa lake and Kamal Mahal.

 


 
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