Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh
District Krishna is one of 26 districts in Andhra Pradesh, India. The Krishna district is named after the sacred Krishna River, India's third largest river. The Krishna River begins near Maharashtra (Maharashtra) and flows into the Bay of Bengal near the village of Hamsaladeevi in the district. The Krishna district was formed in 1859 from the Rajahmundry district and also included the current Guntur and West Godabari districts. Guntur was separated from Krishna in 1904 and West Goda Bali in 1925 to become what is now the Krishna district.
The Krishna district is considered the core of Telugu culture and is the birthplace of Kuchipudi, a form of famous Indian classical dance. The Telugu dialect spoken in Krishna is widely considered to be the standard form of Telugu.
Its total area is 3775km2.
Krishna has a total of 53 highways.
There are about 934 villages in the Krishna district.
There are a total of 10 cities in this area.
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