is a village and mandal
headquarters in the Nalgonda district
of the Indian
state of Andhra Pradesh
"Chinta" in the Telugu language means "tamarind". During olden days, it was known for large-sized tamarind trees across the village.
Being midway to Hyderabad on the Nagarjuna Sagar highway, it also acts as a tourists' rest place. Since it is a business hub for surrounding small villages and thandas, it was made a mandal.
To reach the main village, you have to travel 2 km from the main road. Since there are no buses between the main road and the village, you have to ask for a lift from a fellow traveler. On the way to the village, you can see the many tamarind trees for which this village acquired its name.
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