Kadapa is city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the district headquarters of the YSR Kadapa district and is located in the Rayalaseema region. The city had a population of 466,000 as of the 2022 Census of India, a 2.42% increase from 2021. It’s 8 kilometres south of the Penna River. Kadapa, which is located in the Rayalaseema area of Andhra Pradesh, combines modern innovations with a rich historical legacy. The neighborhood is well-known for its historic forts and temples, and it has a rich cultural history. Its economy is based primarily on agriculture, with crops like sugarcane and rice taking over the terrain. Kadapa has experienced a boom in industrial activity recently, especially in the mining, cement, and textile industries. To meet the requirements of its citizens, the district is outfitted with commercial centers, healthcare facilities, and educational institutions. Kadapa cherishes its traditional customs despite economic expansion, as seen by the lively festivals and thriving artistic scene. Its advantageous location and developing infrastructure make it a desirable center for business and investment prospects, reflecting the state’s efforts to maintain its historical identity while pursuing holistic development.


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