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Surbiryal is located at 18°50'8"N 78°19'2"E/. The climate is Tropical Wet and Dry with most rainfall from June to October. The maximum temperature in the village can be as high as 47°C in the summer and in the winter the temperature is as low as 50C. The annual rainfall in the village is 1000mm and the most of the rain comes from the south-west monsoon winds.The boundaries of village are as follows Fathepoor village in the east, Pipri village in the south, Maggidi village in the west and Komanpalli, Jalalpur villages in the north. The seacoast is quite far from the village.
As of 2011 India census, Surbiryal had a population of 2,956. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. It has an average literacy rate of 61%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 72%, and female literacy is 52%.
The economy sources of the village people is mainly from agriculture and Surbiryal is well known for financial business in Armoor zone.The major crops pasupu, mokkajonna, vari, soyabean in khareef season and jonnalu, sajjalu, pappudanyalu, nuvvulu, vegetable rabi crops are cultivated in very large scale.