Location of Thorrur
Thorrur is a gram panchayat in Telangana. It is a village in Hayanth Nagar mandal in Ranga Reddy district in the state of Telangana. It is one of the rapidly growing villages in Ranga Reddy District. Thorrur is geographically located at 17 degree 17 minutes 22 seconds north to 78 degree 36 minutes 50 seconds east.
Administration of Thorrur
Thorrur is in a major gram panchayath in Hayath Nagar Mandal in Ranga Reddy District of Telangana. The village of Thorrur currently falls under Ibrahimpatnam assembly constituency and in Bhongir parliamentary constituency. Thorrur had been in Malakpet assembly constituency till 2008. The village has seen phenomenal developments in the recent past in the mandal. Thorrur is known for its interesting political activity and is the centre of attraction of politics and political leaders in the mandal as well as the district of Ranga Reddy. Many other leaders belonging to the local governing bodies have also contributed to the development of the village in their own ways.
Demography of Thorrur
Thorrur has a population of around 7,000 people.
Economy of Thorrur
People of all castes and sects reside in this village. The primary occupation is agriculture. The recent upswing in the real estate development has had a positive impact on the living conditions of the people.
Culture of Thorrur
The primary languages of Thorrur spoken by people are Telugu language basically with a Telangana dialect from Andhra Pradesam, Hindi language, Urdu language and English language. The Bonalu Festival is a major annual festival which is celebrated at the Renuka Ellamma and Pochmma temples. Devotees from many districts of Telangana and other states in the mandal and district throng during the Bonalu festive season and perform pujas to Goddesses Renuka Ellamma and Pochamma. The famous Bonalu Jatara is feast to watch.
Tourism of Thorrur
Thorrur is well known for its temple. Numerous temples are present in this village. The famous temple of Thorrur is Sanghi Temple, which is about 10 kilometres from Thorrur. Thorrur is also well known for a 200 year old Renuka Ellamma temple and is a popular temple shrine for devotees and visitors in the village. Other prominent temples in Thorrur include Mallana Temple (Mallikarujuna swami), Ranganayakula Temple, Renuka Pochhamma Temple, Hanuman Temple, and Berrapa Temple.