Sangareddy, earlier known as Sangareddypeta is the district headquarters of Sangareddy district in the state of Telangana in India. It is 50 km from Hyderabad MGBS bus station and is located on Hyderabad—Mumbai Highway (NH9). It was named after the ruler Sanga, who was the son of Rani Shankaramba, ruler of Medak during the period of Nizams. With a population of more than 150,000 it has been graded as 1st grade municipality.
The city has three large-scale public sector industries in its constituency. These are BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited-One of the MAHARATNA companies of Govt. Of India), BDL (Bharat Dynamics Limited, where one of India’s most powerful missile PRITHVI was produced), Ordnance Factory Medak (which manufactures the Sarath tanks for the Indian Army). It is also known for Pathancheruvu which is the biggest industrial corridor in Asia
The city is categorized into Old Sangareddy and New Sangareddy. Old Sangareddy is well-renowned for its bazaars and old district jail, which has been converted to a jail museum. The roads in the area are quite busy during the festive seasons including Dassera, Diwali, Vinayaka Chaturthi and Ramzan. The City has got Bus Depot. There are two bus stations in Sangareddy namely, New Bus Stand and Old Bus Stand.