This section focuses on South India, an artificial political division (a distinct geocultural region), comprising the modern states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala.
City out growths include Bommakal (with a population of 9,031), Arepalle (6,987), Alugunur (6,164), Chinthakunta (3,437) and Sitharampur (3,017).
Besides these outgrowths, there are many sub-urban areas on the outskirts, which are yet to be merged into corporation limits.
During this time, daytime temperatures average around 30 °C.
The winter season starts in December and lasts through February.
Formerly known as Sabbinadu, inscriptions dating to the Kakatiya dynasty (1083–1323) by kings Prola II and Prataparudra found at Karimnagar and Srisailam provide evidence of the area's rich history.