Dharmaam is a city in Anantapur locale of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. It is the mandal and divisional base camp of Dharmaam mandal and Dharmaam income division individually. The city is known for its handloom silk sarees. The city is eminent for cotton, silk weaving businesses and calfskin manikins. Dharmaam is a center point for unadulterated silk sarees. The economy of the town is subject to the weaving business. Ranchers rely upon rain water because of absence of water assets. A noteworthy yield here is ground nuts. Starting at 2011 registration, the town had a populace of 121,874.
The aggregate populace constitutes 62,250 guys, 59,624 females – a sex proportion of 958 females for every 1000 guys, higher than the national normal of 940 for every 1000. 12,730 kids are in the age gathering of 0– 6 years, of which 6,834 are young men and 5,896 are young ladies—a sex proportion of 863 young ladies for every 1000 young men. The normal proficiency rate remains at 71.07% with 77,564 literates, somewhat lower than the national normal of 73.00%. The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation works transport administrations from Dharmaam transport station. Dharmaam Junction railroad station is a noteworthy railroad station situated on the Guntakal– Bangalore area and the Dharmam– Pakala branch line. There are two trains beginning from this station to Vijayawada and Machilipatnam. The essential and optional school instruction is bestowed by government, supported and tuition-based schools of the School Education Department of the state. The medium of the direction taken after by ious schools are English, Telugu.