Kunchanapalle Village, with population of 6152 is Tadepalligudem sub district's the 7th most populous village, located in Tadepalligudem sub district of West Godavari district in the state Andhra Pradesh in India. Total geographical area of Kunchanapalle village is 11 km2 and it is the 9th smallest village by area in the sub district. Population density of the village is 538 persons per km2.

Nearest town of the village is Tadepallegudem and distance from Kunchanapalle village to Tadepallegudem is 4 km. The village has its own post office and the pin code of Kunchanapalle village is 534101. The village comes under Kunchanapalle&mettaupparagudem panchayat. Tadepalligudem is the sub district head quarter and the distance from the village is 4 km. District head quarter of the village is Eluru which is 54 km away.


The village is home to 6152 people, among them 3101 (50%) are male and 3051 (50%) are female. 65% of the whole population are from general caste, 33% are from schedule caste and 2% are schedule tribes. Child (aged under 6 years) population of Kunchanapalle village is 11%, among them 50% are boys and 50% are girls. There are 1650 households in the village and an average 4 persons live in every family.

Sex Ratio - Females per 1000 Male

As of 2011 census there are 984 females per 1000 male in the village. Sex ratio in general caste is 988, in schedule caste is 982 and in schedule tribe is 901. There are 991 girls under 6 years of age per 1000 boys of the same age in the village.


Total 3642 people in the village are literate, among them 1871 are male and 1771 are female. Literacy rate (children under 6 are excluded) of Kunchanapalle is 66%. 68% of male and 65% of female population are literate here.

Workers profile

Kunchanapalle has 49% (3006) population engaged in either main or marginal works. 63% male and 34% female population are working population. 59% of total male population are main (full time) workers and 4% are marginal (part time) workers. For women 30% of total female population are main and 4% are marginal workers.