Thotada

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Thotada
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Thotada
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
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Thotada
Thotada (India)
Coordinates: 17°38′00″N83°06′00″E / 17.6333°N 83.1000°E / 17.6333; 83.1000 Coordinates: 17°38′00″N83°06′00″E / 17.6333°N 83.1000°E / 17.6333; 83.1000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Visakhapatnam
Languages
  Official Telugu
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
531001
Telephone code91-8924

Thotada is a village in Munagapaka mandal Anakapalle, Andhra Pradesh. For surrounding villages thotada is main village for business. Vijaya bank facility also available.As well as ATM

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