Friday, 1 July 2016


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Saturday, 25 July 2015





Rajampeta Mallikarjun Reddy(TDP)  Amarnadh Reddy (YSRCP)  11,615
Kadapa(Cuddapah)  Amjaad Basha (YSRCP) Durga Prasad(TDP Rebel)  45,205
Railway Koduru  K Srinivasulu (YSRCP)  Subbaramayya (TDP)  1915
Rayachoti  G SrikanthReddy (YSRCP)  Rameshkumar Reddy (TDP)  34,220
Pulivendula  Y S Jaganmohan Reddy (YSRCP)  Satish Reddy (TDP) 75,243
Kamalapuram  P Ravindranadh Reddy (YSRCP)  Narsimha Reddy (TDP)  5202
Jammalamadugu C Adinarayana Reddy (YSRCP)  Rama Subba Reddy (TDP)  12,166
Proddutur  Rachamallu Prasad Reddy (YSRCP)  Varada Rajula Reddy (TDP)  12,945
Mydakuru  S Raghurami Reddy (YSRCP)  Sudhakar Yadav (TDP)  11,710
Badvel  T Jayaramulu(YSRCP)  Vijaya Jyothi(TDP) 9,505

Monday, 31 December 2012

                           NTv was organized its flag ship program MANADESAM -MANAGEETAM. in my home town JAMMALAMADUGU . Local MLA sri. C.ADI NARAYAN REDDY gaaru and opposition leader sri.P.RAMA SUBBA REDDY gaaru were attended the programme. Young leader Y.S.AVINASH REDDY who is the cousin of Y.S. JAGAN MOHAN REDDY also attended the programme. The link showing the video is shown below...................


                        Children from different schools were participated actively in the programme. School children performed different cultural events which were very nice to watch.

Monday, 2 May 2011


                                               AYYAPPA TEMPLE IN PRODDATUR
                                            RAMESHWARAM TEMPLE IN PRODDATUR

                                                  SAI BABA IN PRODDATUR

               PRODDATUR is the second largest town in KADAPA district in ANDHRA PRADESH state in INDIA.It got its  identity due to its GOLD & COTTON business.PRODDATUR was named by LORD SRI RAMA while he was going to SRILANKA.Population of this town is more than 3,00,000 according to the latest census report in 2011.It is a municipal corporation located 52 kms from its district head quarter KADAPA.The literacy rate  of this town is more than 65%.The town is having very good educational institutions for K.G to P.G.Official language is TELUGU.There are MUSLIMs also in this town.This town is the best example for different cultures & traditions.
                                                      This town is also very famous for DASARA festival celebrations.In this town  there are so many templeswhich are very famous.Among them some are

1. SIVALAYAM which is located in the middle of the town.This temple is also called as                            AGASTYESWARA temple.SARASWATEE PUTRA<MAHA KAVI sri.PUTTA PARTI NARAYANAA CHAARYA wrote his famous book ''SIVA TAANDAVAM" in this temple.

2.RAAMESWARAM temple is located on the south side of the town and it is also called as "DAKSHINA KAASI".

3.AYYAPPA swamy temple which is located on the north side of the town & nearer to the river PENNA.

4.CHENNA KESAVA SWAMY temple in the street named RAJA BAATA.


6.KANYAKAA PARA MESWARI temple {ammavaari sala}located in YERRAGUNTLA road.

7.SAI BABA temple.There are 2 in town.One is on RAMESWARAM road and another one is in Y.M.R[YERRA MUNI REDDY] colony..


                                    The town consists of very good hospitals and facilities also.It is well connected to all parts of the district and to other districts also.The town is having very good transportation facilities also.There are so many private travels which are running their buses to VIJAYAWADA,HYDERABAD,CHENNAI,BANGLORE,TIRUPATI etc.The nearest railway station is YERRA GUNTLA with the distance of 13 kms.Another railway line is in under construction on the by pass road which is very nearer to the town.It is having 3 kms distance from the centre of the town in JAMMALAMADUGU road.Another survey is going on for the new line from town to KAMBHAM in PRAKASHAM district.

Sunday, 1 May 2011



                                       AMEEN PEER DARGAH (PEDDA DARGAH), KADAPA

                                       PEDDA DARGAH IN ANOTHER VIEW -KADAPA

                                           A.R.REHMAN IN PEDDA DARGAH -KADAPA

                                           AMMAVAARISALA IN PRODDATUR


Kadapa, the lovely city of Andhra Pradesh, has loads of interesting places to visit. Be it archeological museums, prehistoric temples or the natural beauty, this historically significant city comprises many attractions that can mesmerize any beholder with their charm. On your tour to Cuddapah, you can glimpse the assorted culture of the city along with its lively people. Given below is information on the major tourist attractions of the city, which will help you in forming an itinerary for sightseeing tours.

Brahmamgari Matam Temple
In Andhra Pradesh, Brahmamgari was a famous person who envisaged many events of the Dark Age (Kaliyuga). In fact, what all he predicted has really happened. Brahmamgari Matam Temple is dedicated to the legend. People still believe that Brahmamgari will appear as Veerabhoga Vasantha Rayalu in Kaliyuga, to demolish the evil forces and restore the values.

Sri Venkateswara Temple
Considered the door step for Lord Venkateshwara, Sri Venkateswara Temple is visited by thousands of devotees. It is said that one should visit this temple before going to Tirupati, in order to accomplish their pilgrimage. The unique feature about this shrine is that here, Lord Anjaneya's idol is placed right behind the idol of Sri Venkateswara.

Sri Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple
Sri Kodanda Ramaswamy temple is dedicated to Sri Kodanda, one of the most worshipped deities in Andhra Pradesh. The temple is located in Vontimitta town and is about 25 km away from Kadappa. The majestic gateway and magnificent architecture of the temple allures its tourists.

Veerabhadra Swamy Temple
One of the famous temples of the region, Veerabhadra Swamy Temple is to be found on the Mydukur-Proddutur Road. Situated on the banks of Kundu River, the temple attracts people in large number. The festival of Maha Shivratri is observed here with grand celebrations.

Tallapaka Temples
Tallapaka, a small village located in the Rajampet mandal of Kadapa district, is abode to a number of temples that attract the tourists due to their architectural magnificence. Apart from the temples, the village gains prominence, because it is the birth place of Saint Annamacharya, the composer of some of the popular devotional songs dedicated to Lord Venkateswara.

Pushpagiri Temples
One of the pilgrimage destinations of Kadapa district, Pushpagiri is house to a group of temples, popularly referred to as 'Pushpagiri Temples'. Built on the banks of River Pennar during the Vijayanagara period, Pushpagiri Temples are located 16 kms away from the city of Kadapa. Famous for its numerous temples, Pushpagiri holds significance for being the only holy place for both Shaivas and Vaishnavas.

Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum
Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum has been established by the Government to conserve the important artifacts of the primeval age. It has a collection of valued bronze icons, antediluvian stone sculptures and primitive inscriptions. The priceless artifacts peep into the ancient civilization.

Ontimitta is a small town, renowned for Kodanda Rama Swami Temple. The aesthetic splendor of this temple has been mentioned in the travelogues of Tavernier, a French traveler who visited the place in 1652. Its colossal size and artistic beauty attracts people from far and wide.

Devuni Kadapa
Near Kadapa city, Devuni Kadapa is a place that is believed to be the doorstep of Tirupati. Before proceeding towards Tirumala Tirupati, the pilgrims stop at this place to pay their homage to the presiding deity.

Ankalamma Gudur
Abode of Ankalamma Swamy, Ankalamma Gudur is the famous place sited on Pulivenlda-Simhadripuram Road. Ankalamma Swamy Temple is visited by hundreds of people on Thursdays and Sundays.

Gandikota Fort
Situated on the right banks of River Pennar, Gandikota village is renowned for its Fort. Gandikota Fort is beautified with the picturesque beauty of nature and wild forest, thereby making it one of the tourist attractions of Kadapa. The history of the Fort dates back to 112 A.D. Historical records suggests that the Fort was prominent during Kakatiya, Vijayanagara and Qutub Shahi periods.

Ameen Peer Dargah
Kadapa district is a much visited destination by Muslims as well, because the well known Ameen Peer Dargah is located there. The 325 year of Dargah is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year. One can witness flock of devotees especially on Thursdays and Fridays, because they visit the Dargah to seek blessings of Saint Peerullah Hussaini and Saint Arifullah Hussaini, who were buried here.

Lankamala Sanctuary
Lankamala Sanctuary, one of the major tourist attractions of Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh, is spread over 464.42 sq km of area. It is about 15km away from the city of Cuddapah. The sanctuary is characterized by steep slopes and deep gorges. Waterfalls in its premises add to its picturesque beauty. It is home to a number of endemic species, while its forest consists of dry deciduous and dry evergreen shrubs.

Sri Venkateswara Wild Life Sanctuary
Located in Rajampet, Sri Venkateswara Wild Life Sanctuary is a very popular national park. It is home to rare and slender Lories. Plant species like Sandalwood, Thumbergiana, Shorea and Redsandars can be found in the sanctuary.

Other Tourist Attractions
Apart from the aforementioned tourist attractions, one may visit Ramappa Lake Top, Kandimallayapalli, Chand Phira Gumbadh and Masjid-e-Azam, when one is touring the Kadappa district of Andhra Pradesh.There are more places to see in kadapa.Among them some are VELLALA SANJEEVA RAYA SWAMY TEMPLE on the bank of river KUMUDWATI (now calling as KUNDU or KUNDERU ),MYLAVARAM reservoir nearer to JAMMALAMADUGU town ,NARAAPURA VENKATESHWARA TEMPLE in JAMMALAMADUGU etc ...

Saturday, 30 April 2011


                                               Devuni Kadapa is also known as Tirumala TholiGadapa Devuni Kadapa. Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Swamy Devasthanam. The place Kadapa is named after the word Gadapa which is originated from the word “Devuni Gadapa” means “Entrance for The Lord Venkateswara Swamy”. The Idol of the Lord Venkateswara has been established by Kripacharya, hence the ancient name of devuni kadapa is also mentioned in puranas as “Kripavathi Kshetram”. Pilgrims who are about to visit Lord Venkateswara `this is because first they have to pray Annamacharya and potuluri veerabramhendra swamy. This temple is very famous in kadapa district, people from various places visit this temple, and this temple is generally crowded on Saturdays.
Another feature of this temple is its uniqueness of lord venkateswara features an idol of lord anjaneya in its reverse. Devuni kadapa is constructed in vijayanagara style of architecture; devuni kadapa temple has impressive sculpture and Architecture of dancing lord Ganapathi at mukha mandapam.

                                                Devuni kadapa temple is just 7km away from railway station, 4.5km away from City Bus Station. This temple has kasi balli which people believe that if there is any dosham (ill effects) because of balli (lizard) those doshams shall be cleansed by touching the kasi balli on the roof of temple.Devuni Kadapa Temple also has padmavati ammagaru, which generally pilgrims visit after visiting lord venkateswara. Prasadams like laddu and pulihora are offered here at devuni Kadapa Temple. Devuni Kadapa also has the facility of tonsure, a custom in Hindu religion to get head shaved.

                                                 The place where devuni kadapa is situated now is also known as patha kadapa (old kadapa). Utsavas and every puja would be done as same in tirumala. Pilgrims from various countries and states in India who wish to visit Venkateswara swamy temple in Tirupathi will also intend to visit devuni kadapa temple, generally, devuni kadapa temple is very crowded at the time of Utsavas. Devuni Kadapa is an archeological treasure.