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Telangana: Cultural & Historical Facts Everyone Must Know About

Telangana: Cultural & Historical Facts Everyone Must Know About
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There were 28 states in India before the formation of Telangana. But now this figure has reached 29, as the new state was created on June 2, 2014.

There were 28 states in India before the formation of Telangana. But now this figure has reached 29, as the new state was created on June 2, 2014. The name of that new state is Telangana. Earlier it was part of Telangana - Telangana state Andhra Pradesh . But in 2014, Telangana was given a new state status. The people have made a huge struggle to make this state, then the state was created. The details of how this state was built was given below.

History of Telangana

Earlier Telangana region was part of Andhra Pradesh . Prior to India 's independence, Telangana was part of Hyderabad and it was ruled by the Nizam. At that time Warangal and Medakvas were also included but in 1948 it was included in India.

Telangana was started from the year 1969 to form the state. As the years passed, the demand for Telangana to become a state has gripped itself. To make Telangana the state, big movements were made in 1969, 1972 and 2009 too. Because of this movement, Telangana has got the help of making the state.

The Government of India had officially announced the formation of Telangana on December 9, 2009. But in opposition to some Rayalaseema MLAs and MPs resigned from their posts.

Following the announcement of the government's announcement, there were violence in many places in the state of Telangana. But keeping in mind the growing violence, in December 2009, the Indian government did not try to push this issue forward and let it remain the same. But in the other regions of Telangana about the state of Telangana, the movement continued to continue, which was not taking the name of the halt.

But when the Congress government announced the formation of Telangana state on July 30, 2013, the movement became even more furious. After making such a announcement, it was decided to make Hyderabad the capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh for the next das years. The government's decision was approved by the Union Cabinet on October 3, 2013.

After the approval of the Government of India on December 5, 2013, the Telangana State Bill was placed in Parliament to pass that bill. On February 18, 2014, the 15th Lok Sabha approved this bill and the Rajya Sabha also gave its approval on 20 February 2014.

India's President Pranab Mukherjee had also approved the state of Telangana on March 1, 2014 and the Gazette notification was also issued on the same day regarding this decision. On March 4, 2014, the Government of India had announced that the state of Telangana would be created and the state of Telangana was created on 2 June 2014.

Districts of Telangana State

There are 31 districts in Telangana state. Sipipet, Jangaon, Vikarabad, Jayashankar, Jagatial, Pedapalli, Warangal (Rural), Yadadri, Kamareddy, Medak, Mancherial, Mahabubabad, Rajanna, Asifabad, Kothagudem, Vanaparthi, Sunipet, Nirmal, Nagarkurnool, Jogulamba, and Medhal / Malacagiri Was built.

The other 10 districts are also present in this state. Those ten districts include Hyderabad, Adilabad, Mahbubnagar, Medak, Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad, Ranga Reddy, Khammam and Nalgonda.

Along with new districts, revenue department, divisional and other administrative departments were also created.

Telangana state language

Telugu is the official language of Telangana but some people say that Telugu language which is spoken in Andhra Pradesh is very different from Telangana Telugu. Some words of Sanskrit, Urdu, and English languages ​​are also spoken in Telugu language. Before 1948, the official language of Hyderabad was Urdu but when Hyderabad was included in India, the official language of this state was made in Telugu. All schools and colleges are taught here in Telugu medium too.

Culture of Telangana State

In the culture of Telangana, a mixture of traditions of Persian, Mughal, Qutubshah and Nizam can be found. But the influence of most of South India's culture is found here. The nature of these states is very rich with prosperity. There are many types of classical music, painting, Burra narrative folk dance, Puppet show, Perini Shivandandam, Gulsi dance and Kolatam.

Telangana has been built apart from Andhra Pradesh, so this state is much smaller than other states. Initially when this state was created, there were very few districts in this state. Later, new districts were created in this state. When new districts were created, a total of 21 new districts were created. Now 31 districts are located in this state. The culture of this state is a mixture of many traditions. It has the effect of the influence of Persian, Nizam, Mughal and South Indian culture.

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