Saravakotta is an important zone in Srikakulam district and it is 35 km from the nearest town, Amadavalasa. According to the 2011 Indian Census, the region has a population of 52,243, with 13,425 households. The number of males in the village is 25871 and the number of females is 26372. The number of scheduled castes is 5872 while the number of scheduled tribes is 6757. There are 22 villages in the Saravakota zone. The Saravakota zone is bounded on the south by the Jalumuru zone, on the west by the YN Peta zone, on the north by the Hiramandalam zone and on the south by the Kotabommali zone.
Saravakotta has a literacy rate of 69%. Saravakotta is 76 m high. Agriculture is the livelihood of 28% of the people. This area has no rivers and canals. Farmers have to depend on rains for cultivation of fields. Severe problems with drinking water and irrigation. Buditi village in Saravakota which is famous for brass industry had to support weavers and handlooms. Many people will get employment if Buditi develops the brass industry. In addition to Lepakshi showrooms, arrangements should be made for their exhibition at fairs and exhibitions in the state and country.
Saravakota is easily accessible by all three major modes of transport, roadways, railways, and airways. Which will come as a source of relief to the many travel enthusiasts ready to visit Saravakota!
Jalumuru APSRTC bus station and Mukhalingam APSRTC bus station are the nearby bus stations to Saravakota town. APSRTC runs several busses from major cities to Saravakota.
Rails in India are the most affordable and most preferred modes of transportation. Ganguwada railway station and Temburu railway station are the very nearby railway stations to Saravakota.
The two nearest airports to Saravakota town are Visakhapatnam Airport which is at a distance of 153 kms and Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar is at a distance of 298 kms respectively.
The Sri Seeta Rama temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Rama and Seeta, a prominent avatar of the god Vishnu and Goddess Seeta. It is located 5 kms from Saravakota town. Thousands of devotees visit this temple on the day of Sree Rama Navami and special poojas are done on the day of Sree Rama Navami.
Ayyappa Swamy Temple in Saravakota, dedicated to Lord Ayyappa or Dharma Sastha, the most prominent Sastha temples in Srikakulam. The uniqueness gathers its voice, as the temple is open to all, irrespective of caste or religion. Devotees often plan a visit to Kerala Sabarimala to see Lord Ayyappa from Saravakota.
|Village Name||Village Name|
|Bank Name||Bank Address|
|APGVB Saravakotta Address||near Teja Auto Repairs and Spare, Parlakhemundi - Narasannapeta Road, Saravakota|
|State Bank of India Saravakotta Address||near Tahsildar office, Main Road, Saravakotta|
|DCCB Bank Saravakota Address||Dr.No:1040, Main Road, Near Saravakota PACS, Saravakota, Srikakulam|
|Bank Name||Bank IFSC Codes|
|APGVB Saravakotta IFSC Code||APGV0001102|
|State Bank of India Saravakotta IFSC Code||SBIN0018891|
|DCCB Bank Saravakota IFSC Code||APBL0001024|
|Bank Name||Bank Toll Free Numbers|
|APGVB Saravakotta||1800 121 0354|
|State Bank of India Saravakotta||1800 425 3800|
|DCCB Bank Saravakota||18004251958|