(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
In the Indian subcontinent, several towns and cities are found to have originated down the years. The state of Andhra Pradesh too is not an exception in this matter. Kaghaznagar, also spelt as Kagaznagar , is one such important place. A municipality has been set up to look after the administration of the Kaghaznagar. It is situated in the district of Adilabad of the same state of Indian territory.
The strategic location of Kaghaznagar is significant. It is located approximately at 19.3333° N 79.4833° E. It has an average height of 174 meters or 574 feet. This Kaghaznagar town is also popular as Sirpur-Kaghaznagar.
Without knowing the demography of the place it is not possible to identify the salient features of the Kaghaznagar. Thus experts have thrown light on the demography of the place after conducting several researches and surveys. The total population of Kaghaznagar has been enumerated to be 59,549. Out of the total population males comprise of 51 percent and the population of female comprises of 49 percent. In Kaghaznagar, 11 percent of the total population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate of Kaghaznagar too is significant. It is significant to note that the average literacy rate is 69 percent, which is higher than that of the entire nation, which is counted to be 59.5 percent. To be specific, rate of male literacy is 78 percent and female literacy rate is 61 percent.
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