Location of Challagariga
Challagariga is located at about 55 kilometres from Warangal city, the historical city of Telangana. There are frequent bus services are available from Parkal, another village to reach this village.
Climate of Challagariga
The agriculture of Challagariga depends only on the rainfall every year and its two small ponds. Due to the much-diminished rainfall, in recent years the farmers are not getting good crops. For this artificial lakes are made to supply the water throughout the year in paddy field. The village Challagariga is based on mixed farming.
Demography of Challagariga The literacy rate of Challagariga is very high. The village has one government high school with adequate infrastructure. This government school of Challagariga teaches up to 10th class. This village owns two other private schools that are also working efficiently.
Economy of Challagariga
The economy of Challagariga is largely dependent on the agriculture. Agriculture is the primary source of income for most of the people living in Challagariga. The primary 90 percent of the population in Challagariga depends on agriculture and related activities like animal husbandry and livestock. The village Challagariga is bigger in area compared to its mandal Chityal. It was very popular 15 years back having two state banks, a library, a homeopathy hospital, a veterinary hospital, a rice godown, a well-maintained school, and many agriculture-based industries.
Sports in Challagariga
Challagariga is the village well known for the sports in Warangal district. A number of people residing Challagariga have represented the village in district, state and national tournaments in various kinds of sports. Challagariga became popular in Warangal district with the game Kabaddi in the early 1990s. There has also been interest and participation in sports like ball badminton, volleyball and handball, despite a lack of infrastructure and resources.
People from Challagariga
Challagariga is the abode many notable residents. Some of the renowned people are the famous lyricist Chandrabose Kanukuntla (real name: Mr Subhash), economist Prof. Kishan Rao, Pandit Manikyaiah Sharma, the late Rajamallaiah Kamarapu and Shankaraiah Pallerla.
Tourism in Challagariga
This village of Challagariga in Telangana has two historical temples that were built during the time of medieval rule, located in the heart of the village. One is holy Shivalayam and the other is holy Ramalayam. Every year people celebrate Sriramanavami with much glory and pomp. Many people come from other villages to see the celebrations in Ramalayam. And there is a dedicated priest for Shivalayam, living nearer to the temple and doing the Puja everyday from many years.
There are an ample number of private vehicles like autos and jeeps, that are available from Parkal to reach Challagariga and also one can get buses from Warangal City, a city of historic importance.