Palasa is a town in Srikakulam district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is a municipality and the mandal headquarters of Palasa mandal. It is situated close to the National Highway 5 amongst Srikakulam and Berhampur. Alongside its twin town kasibugga, usually alluded to as Palasa-Kasibugga. Starting at 2011 enumeration of India, Palasa had a populace of 57,507 with 14,195 families.
The aggregate populace constitutes 28,131 guys and 29,376 females a sex proportion of 1044 females for every 1000 guys. 5,609 youngsters are in the age gathering of 0– 6 years, of which 2,887 are young men and 2,722 are young ladies a proportion of 943 young ladies for every 1000 young men. The normal education rate remains at 75.68% with 39,276 literates, fundamentally higher than the state normal of 67.41%. Agro sends out There are in excess of 350 cashew handling ventures around Palasa, the most astounding among the northern seaside locale. These twin urban areas are the biggest cashew delivering towns of Andhra Pradesh and are among the biggest preparing focuses in India. The cashew business gives immediate and circuitous work to around 15,000 individuals in the encompassing regions.