Culture & Heritage
In Jangaon District Pembarthi is village famous for its metal handicrafts and brass works Lots of people are skilled in the making of Statues,awards and presentations.People of Jangaon consists of both Hindus and Muslims. Most of people speak Telugu and Urdu with some knowledge of Hindi and English as well. The people are mostly educated with an overall literacy rate of 84.16 percent including 76.79 % female literacy and 91.54 % male literacy.
Most of the people aredependent on agriculture for their living through tourism is another option of earning money here.Some of the renowned people who were born in Jangaon district include Bammera Pothana,Palkuriki somanadhudu, chakali ilamma ,Doddi Komuraiah,Chukka Sattaiah.The attire of Jangaon is majorly impacted by the attire of entire Andhra Pradesh. Most of the women prefer to wear saree, especially in the rural region of the area, while on the other hand men prefer to wear lungi with shirt, which is made of cotton and is mainly of white color. However, with the development of recent years, people are shifting towards western clothes including jeans, t-shirs, skirts, shorts, pants etc., as they are comfortable and more stylish as compared to the traditional wear.Hindu and Muslim both the region prevail in this are, hence all the festivals of Hindus including Holi, Diwali, Dussera, Raksha Bandhan, Ram Navami, Vinayak Chavithi, Sankranthi, Ugadi etc, and all festival of Muslims including Ramadan, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, Milad Un Nabi, Moharram etc. Are celebrated with full enthusiasm among the people. Apart from these Bonalu Festival, Bathukamma Festival, Kakatiya Festival, Shakambari Festival and Sammakka-Sarakka Jatra are special festivals of the region and are celebrated here only with some of the other parts of Andhra Pradesh.