Vangara is located in the Srikakulam district and. It is 28 km from the nearest town, Rajam. According to the 2011 census, Vangara has a total population of 47,879, of whom 24,031 are males and 23,848 are females. Vangara zone is bounded on the west by Balijipeta zone, on the north by Veeraghattam zone, on the south by Therlam zone and on the east by Palakonda zone. Rajam, Bobbili, Parvathipuram, and Amadalavalasa are the nearest cities. Vangara has 37 villages and 27 panchayats. Vangara is located at an elevation of 132m. VRR Peta is a small village and Koppara is a large village.
This place is on the border of Srikakulam district and Vijayanagaram district. Madduvalasa reservoir project is one of the oldest irrigation projects in the Srikakulam district. Madduvalasa Dam was built in 1967, the project was named after Gorle Sriramulu Naidu irrigation project. The project is in Madduvalasa village in Vangara mandal and its catchment area is spread over in both Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts. The prime source of water for the reservoir is Vegavathi and Suvarnamukhi rivers. Present government has to take action in repairing this dam and convert this place to be the best tourist destination in Srikakulam.
Vangara 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 Vangara!
Palakonda APSRTC bus station and Rajam APSRTC bus station are the nearby bus stations to Vangara town. APSRTC runs several busses from major cities to Vangara.
Rails in India are the most affordable and most preferred modes of transportation. Parvathipuram railway station and Narsipuram railway station are the very nearby railway stations to Vangara.
The two nearest airports to Vangara town are Visakhapatnam Airport which is at a distance of 149 kms and Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar is at a distance of 364 kms respectively.
Madduvalasa Reservoir in Vangara has been built on the Vegavati and Suvarnamukhi rivers, subsidiaries of the Nagavali River at Madduvalasa. It was commissioned in 1977 and completed in 2002. About 23,000 acres (9,300 ha) of land was brought under cultivation with the water.
The Sangameswara temple is considered a place of religious sanctity due to being built at the confluence of seven rivers and the word Sangameswaram means a place where seven rivers meet. The atmosphere present over this temple is breath taking. And the temple construction is very ancient, it is 5 kilometers from Vangara town.
|Village Name||Village Name|
|J K Gumada||Jagannadhavalasa|
|Laxmipeta||M S Puram|
|T D K Puram||U Venkatapathi Raju Peta|
|V P R Peta||Vangara|
|Bank Name||Bank Address|
|State Bank of India Vangara Address||near RCM School, Main Road, Vangara|
|Bank Name||Bank IFSC Codes|
|State Bank of India Vangara IFSC Code||SBIN0009081|
|Bank Name||Bank Toll Free Numbers|
|State Bank of India Vangara||1800 425 3800|