karnataka bank limited warangal branch details
KARNATAKA BANK LIMITED has a network of 925 branch(es) in India. Currently there are 59 branch(es) in ANDHRA PRADESH state. The details of WARANGAL branch in WARANGAL of WARANGAL district in ANDHRA PRADESH state are shown below. There are 1 branch(es) in WARANGAL. You can contact the bank via its contact us page given in official website link given below. The bank has provided telephone number STD Code:870, 2442332 to contact the branch.
|Bank||KARNATAKA BANK LIMITED|
|Address||H.NO.12-2-26 AND 12-2-8, IST FLOOR,JANDHYAM COMPLEX,S.V.N.ROAD, WARANGAL, PIN - 506002|
|Contact Numbers||STD Code:870, 2442332|
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Karnataka Bank Limited is an old generation private sector bank. It is an 'A' Class Scheduled Commercial Bank based in Mangaluru in Karnataka, India. Karnataka Bank Limited has a network of 890 branches, 1 Extension Counter, 885 ATMs, 563 Cash Recyclers and 546 e-lobbies/mini e-lobbies across 22 states and 2 union territories. It has 8,519 employees and over 11 million customers throughout the country. Its shares are privately owned by over 1,46,000 shareholders. The tagline of the bank is "Your Family Bank Across India".Karnataka Bank Limited has adopted Core banking, Internet banking and has established its "MoneyPlant" [885 ATMs, 563 Cash Recyclers and 546 e-lobbies/mini e-lobbies] system across the country. Karnataka Bank Limited, has operationalized its wholly owned non-financial subsidiary ‘KBL Services Limited’ w.e.f 30.03.2021. The KBL Services Ltd is having its Registered & Head Office at Bengaluru. Shri Mahabaleshwara M.S, Managing Director & CEO of Karnataka Bank Limited, is the Non Executive Chairman of KBL Services Limited while Shri Manjunatha Bhat B.K, is the Chief Executive Officer.
Andhra Pradesh (English: , Telugu: [ãːndʱrɐ prɐdeːʃ] (listen) abbr. AP) is a state in the south-eastern coastal region of India. It is the seventh-largest state by area covering an area of 162,975 km2 (62,925 sq mi) and tenth-most populous state with 49,386,799 inhabitants,. It is bordered by Telangana to the north-west, Chhattisgarh to the north, Odisha to the north-east, Tamil Nadu to the south, Karnataka to the west and the Bay of Bengal to the east. It has the second longest coastline in India after Gujarat, of about 974 km (605 mi). Andhra Pradesh was the first state to be formed on a linguistic basis in India on 1 October 1953. On 1 November 1956, Andhra State was merged with the Telugu-speaking areas of the Hyderabad State to form Andhra Pradesh. Amaravati serves as the capital with the largest city being Visakhapatnam.Andhra Pradesh was once a major Buddhist pilgrimage site in the country and a Buddhist learning center which can be seen in many sites in the state in the form of monastery ruins, chaityas and stupas. It is also known for being the land of Koh-i-Noor and other globally known diamonds from Kollur Mine. It is also a major producer of rice known as the "Rice bowl of India". Its official language is Telugu; one of the classical languages of India, the fourth most spoken language in India and the 13th-most spoken language in the world. Andhra Pradesh's second official language is Urdu.Early inhabitants were known as the Andhras, tracing their history back to the Vedic period, when they were mentioned in the 8th century BCE Rigvedic text Aitareya Brahmana. According to the Aitareya Brahmana, the Andhras left North India from the banks of the Yamuna river and migrated to South India. The Assaka Mahajanapada (700–300 BCE) was an ancient kingdom located between the Godavari and Krishna rivers in southeastern India. Accounts that people in the region are descended from the Viswamitra are found in the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and the Puranas. The region also derives its name from the Satavahanas, who are also known as Andhras, the earliest kings of Andhra Pradesh and India.People of the said era supported local art and culture by building temples and sculptures of the Buddhist monuments in the state. It was ruled by the Mauryan Empire, Satavahana dynasty, Salankayanas, Andhra Ikshvakus, Pallavas, Vishnukundinas, Eastern Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Cholas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara Empire, Gajapati Empire, Mughal Empire, Deccan sultanates, Qutb Shahi dynasty, and Asaf Jahis. In the 3rd century BCE, Andhra was a vassal kingdom of Ashoka, but after his death Andhra became powerful and extended its empire to the whole of Maratha country and beyond.Andhra Pradesh comprises three major regions namely Rayalaseema in the south-west, Coastal Andhra bordering the Bay of Bengal in the east and Uttarandhra at north-east. The state has 26 districts, 6 in Uttarandhra, 12 in Coastal Andhra and 8 in Rayalaseema. The state also borders a union territory, Yanam – a district of Puducherry, which lies to the south of Kakinada in the Godavari delta on the eastern side of the state. The economy of Andhra Pradesh is the 8th largest in India, with a gross state domestic product (GSDP) of ₹8.84 trillion (US$110 billion) and has the country's 17th-highest GSDP per capita of ₹170,000 (US$2,100). Andhra Pradesh ranks 27th among Indian states in Human Development Index (HDI). It has a jurisdiction over almost 15,000 square kilometres (5,800 sq mi) of territorial waters.Andhra Pradesh hosted 121.8 million visitors in 2015, a 30% growth in tourist arrivals over the previous year, making it the third most-visited state in India. The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati is one of the world's most visited religious sites, with 18.25 million visitors per year. The region is also home to a variety of other pilgrimage centres, such as the Pancharama Kshetras, Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga and Kodanda Rama Temple. The state's natural attractions include the beaches of Visakhapatnam, hill stations such as the Araku Valley and Horsley Hills, and the deltas of Konaseema in the Godavari river, and Diviseema in the Krishna river.
Warangal (pronunciation ) is a city in the Indian state of Telangana and the district headquarters of Warangal district. It is the second largest city in Telangana with a population of 830,281 per 2011 Census of India, and spreading over an 406 km2 (157 sq mi). Warangal served as the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty which was established in 1163. The monuments left by the Kakatiyas include fortresses, lakes, temples and stone gateways which, in the present, helped the city to become a popular tourist attraction. The Kakatiya Kala Thoranam was included in the emblem of Telangana by the state government and Warangal is also touted as the cultural capital of Telangana.It is one of the eleven cities in the country to have been chosen for the Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme by the Government of India. It was also selected as a smart city in the "fast-track competition", which makes it eligible for additional investment to improve urban infrastructure and industrial opportunities under the Smart Cities Mission.The three urban cities Kazipet, Hanamkonda and Warangal are together known as Warangal Tri-City. The three cities are connected by National Highway 163 (Hyderabad–Bhuvanagiri–Warangal–Bhopalpatnam). The major stations are Kazipet Junction railway station and Warangal railway station.
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There are additional 29 banks which have branches in WARANGAL district of ANDHRA PRADESH state as detailed below:
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|BANK OF BARODA||WARANGAL|
|BANK OF INDIA||WARANGAL|
|CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA||WARANGAL|
|CITY UNION BANK LIMITED||WARANGAL|
|DBS BANK INDIA LIMITED||WARANGAL|
|DCB BANK LIMITED||WARANGAL|
|ICICI BANK LIMITED||WARANGAL|
|INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK||WARANGAL|
|KARUR VYSYA BANK||WARANGAL|
|LAXMI VILAS BANK||WARANGAL|
|PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK||WARANGAL|
|SOUTH INDIAN BANK||WARANGAL|
|STATE BANK OF INDIA||WARANGAL|
|THE A.P. MAHESH COOPERATIVE URBAN BANK LIMITED||WARANGAL|
|UNION BANK OF INDIA||WARANGAL|
|UNITED BANK OF INDIA||WARANGAL|