Mirialguda is located at 16.8667 degree north to 79.5833 degree East latitude. It has an average elevation of 105 metres. Mirialguda is around 140 kilometers from Hyderabad, the twin capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, 160 km from Vijayawada, 120 km from Guntur, 180 km from Warangal, another important place of commercial importance.
Miryalaguda is well developed with Underground Drainage System, Sagar Water for drinking and cement roads in all interior streets. Miryalguda, the census town of Nalgonda District is famous for the paddy growth and it is listed among the top 5 paddy markets in Telangana.
The new agriculture market yard constructed in this town and it is referred as the largest town in Telangana, with a size of 45 acres. The water from left canal of Nagarjuna Sagar Dam makes Miryalguda and its surroundings green and commercially rich.
Miryalaguda is the town, quite famous for its large number of rice mills in state of Telangana, and it also has famous F.C.I (Food Corporation of India) near to the Chinthapally village and superfine quality rice exported to other districts, states and other countries. The rice industries of Miryalaguda have given more employment in the city. The people of this census town of Telangana depends more on agriculture and agro based industries.
According to the Population Census conducted by the Government of India, Miryalguda had a population of 115,260. The sex ratio of Miryalaguda is 995 per 1000 males. However the child sex ratio is 948 per 1,000 males. Miryalguda has an average literacy rate of 82.09 percent, higher than the national average of 74.04 percent. The male literacy rate is 89.34 percent, and the female literacy rate is 75.01 percent. In Miryalaguda, only 13 percent of the population is under 6 years of age.
Miryalguda is developed after the construction of Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. The growth of Miryalguda is fuelled by the good irrigation facility for cultivation of paddy, which has also helped the growth of industries.
More than 300 rice mills are situated in and around the town of Mirialguda. People from surrounding villages are doing rice related businesses there. The rice from Miryalguda is very famous in India. Rice from here is supplied to various states of India like Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar and West Bengal. Rice is supplied to other countries and mostly to Dubai. Because of rice mills one can find lorries in every part of the town automobile shops are a common sight here.
To foster the tourism, there lies the boat park in Miryalaguda, a place of recreation where one can enjoy the sight of natural water lake as well as boating, fishing and angling.