Khammam (Telugu: ఖమ్మం జిల్లా, Urdu: کھمم ضلع, Hindi: खम्मम ज़िला) is a district in Andhra Pradesh state of India. It is named after its district head quarters Khammam town. The present name of Khammam is said to have been derived from the name of the temple 'Narsimhadri', later 'Stamba Sikhari' and then it was termed as 'Stambhadri'. The district is situated on the northern boundary of Andhra Pradesh. The river Godavari enters Khammam from Warangal district and flows nearly 250km across the district..
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