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Srikakulam is a town in Srikakulam District in the north-eastern corner of the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The town of Srikakulam is the district headquarters and has a population of 109,666 (agglomeration 117,066) (2006 census). It is located on the banks of the River Nagavali at (lat: 18o18' N, lon: 83o54' E).

By virtue of being in Andhra Pradesh, the primary language is Telugu. However, since it shares a border with the East Indian state of Orissa, a significant number of people can understand and even communicate in Oriya. Like most of the coastal districts in Andhra Pradesh, Srikakulam is an agrarian community. Recent developments including industrial investment and the establishment of degree granting colleges has made it similar to several small Indian towns - developing very fast but hampered by a lack of infrastructure.


Andhra Pradesh is well linked internally by air. Regular air services to Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Tirupati are offered by regional airlines. Smaller airfields also available for private jets. Hyderabad has been declared a full fledged customs port, with an air cargo complex having customs clearance facilities. Hyderabad has been cleared for setting up an international airport. Work has already commenced for acquisition of land for the new airport. The State government also intends setting up an international airport at Visakhapatnam in the future. Night landing facilities have been recently established at Tirupati airport. The Vijayawada airport at Gannavaram has also been modernised recently. Boeing landing facilities are now available at Vijayawada, Tirupati and Putaparthi. Direct flights have been introduced between Hyderabad and Singapore. Hyderabad also has direct connectivity with the Middle East. For details of of flights available, you may visit the Air India site at


Andhra Pradesh has one major port at Visakhapatnam and two intermediate ports at Kakinada and Machilipatnam. The State also has minor ports at Krishnapatnam, Gangavaram, Mutyalampalem, Bhavanapadu, Kalingapatnam, Bhimunipatnam, Narsapur, Nizamapatnam, and Vodarevu. The government has taken a major initiative for the development of port infrastructure in State. Three ports namely Krishnapatnam, Kakinada and Vodarevu have been privatised Gangavaram is also process being privatised. For setting up infrastructure in port towns, or for utilising the wide array of facilities available here, please write to


Andhra Pradesh is covered by a 5055 km railway route. The older 1000 kms of metre gauge are being converted into broad guage, to ensure smoother movement of goods. 35 million tonnes of cargo is handled annually by railways. Inland Container Freight Depots with customs clearance are available at Sanathnagar and Hyderabad, and an inland container station is set up at Guntur.


Roads are the most important means of transport in Andhra Pradesh. The State, being predominantly an agriculture-oriented economy, depends on road transport for the movement of agricultural produce and raw and finished material. For obtaining details of development of Expressways and High Density Highway Corridors please write to r&

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