The Chittoor district was established on April 1, 1911, by separating the Telugu-speaking talc from the former Northern Alcott and integrating the talc of Kadapa with the rest of the Nerol district. Chittoor will celebrate its 100th anniversary on April 1st of this year. After India's independence in 1947, Chittoor became part of the old state of Madras. The modern Chittoor district, formerly the Alcott district, was founded by the British in the 19th century with its headquarters in Chittoor.
The Chittoor district is the center of the major markets for mango, corn, sugar cane, and peanuts. Famous for its ancient Venkateswara Temple, picturesque zoo, and breathtaking waterfalls, this place attracts people all over the country and elsewhere.
Its total area is 6855km2.
Chittoor has a total of 66 subdistricts.
There are 1520 villages in the Chittoor district.
There are a total of 4 cities in this area.
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