Nandalur

Nandalur
—  village  —
Nandalur
Location of Nandalur
in Andhra Pradesh and India
Coordinates 14°15′00″N 79°07′00″E / 14.2500°N 79.1167°E / 14.2500; 79.1167Coordinates: 14°15′00″N 79°07′00″E / 14.2500°N 79.1167°E / 14.2500; 79.1167
Country India
State Andhra Pradesh
District(s) Kadapa
Subdistrict(s) Nandalur
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Area

Elevation


151 metres (495 ft)

Nandalur is a village and a mandal in Kadapa district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.[1]

Contents

Geography and Climate

Nandalur is located at 14°15′00″N 79°07′00″E / 14.2500°N 79.1167°E / 14.2500; 79.1167.[2] It has an average elevation of 151 meters (498 feet).

Nandalur is located at 42 kilometers from the District headquarters of the Cuddapah district on the State Highway connecting Cuddapah with Tirupati.

Nandalur is combination of two Panchayats are Nagireddyplli Major Panchayat and Nandalur Panchayat.

It is also close to other piligrimage centres in Cuddapah district like Ontimitta, Polatala, Attirala and the famed birth place of Sri Annamacharya, Tallapaka.

Nandalur

Period - 1951-2000

Climate chart (explanation)
J F M A M J J A S O N D
 
 
0
 
29
18
 
 
1
 
33
20
 
 
4
 
36
23
 
 
25
 
38
25
 
 
41
 
39
25
 
 
86
 
34
23
 
 
145
 
31
22
 
 
140
 
31
22
 
 
170
 
31
22
 
 
115
 
31
22
 
 
13
 
29
17
 
 
7
 
28
15
Average max. and min. temperatures in °C
Precipitation totals in mm
Source: [1] IMD

Nandalur

Nandalur is on the west bank of river Cheyyeru. Once it was a famous Buddhist centre in Rayalaseema. In 1913 Buddhist caves and viharas were discovered. Sowmyanath Temple, here is a very big temple, situated nearly on ten acres of site. It is a replica of Thiruvannamalai and patronized by Cholas, Pandyas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara, Pottapi and Matli Kings.Here most of the inscriptions, are in Tamil. Lord Sowmyanatha is installed on an elevated place and attracts pilgrims with his glittering beauty. The temple and Buddhist caves are worth seeing at this town and is well connected by road and rail.

Nandalur is famous for the temple of Sri Soumyanatha Swamy, which is located just about a 2 minute walk from the city. The main attraction of the village is this temple built in the old Chola style by the Matli kings who ruled the Cuddapah district.

The Presiding deity here is Sri Soumyanatha Swamy and Sri Maha Lakshmi Ammavaru. The temple is old and holds quite a bit of archealogical importance. Every year during the month of July, Kalyanotsavam to the Lord is performed here. Nandalur is one of the two temples in Cuddapah district where the Government sends pearls to the Lord during the performance of Kalyanotsavam. Incidentally, the other place is Ontimitta which is about 8 kilometers from Nandalur.

The temple has four Raja gopurams overlooking the four directions. The main idol is Sri Soumyanatha Swamy facing East. Legend has it that the Lord is another Avatara of Sri Venkateswara Swamy. Tirupati is towards the east of Nandalur. The idol resembles the idol of Sri Venkateswara Swamy in Tirupati, the only difference being here in Nandalur, the Lord has "Abhaya Hastham" whereas in Tirumala the Lord has "Kati Hastham". Normally in all the temples dedicated to Sri Venkateswara Swamy, the idol will be carved as having "Kati Hastham". Also in the temple there is a shrine dedicated for Sri Yoga Narasimha Swamy near to the entrance of the sanctorum.

The Temple of Sri Soumyanatha Swamy

The Main entrance of Sri Soumyanatha Swamy temple in Nandalur

The prime attraction of Nandalur is the temple of Soumyanatha Swami. Soumyanatha Swami is another name and form of Lord Venkateshwara. The temple is constructed with 108 pillars and spreads over an area of about ten acres.

As you go around the temple, you ll come across many amazing facts that leave you astonishing. One such captivating fact of this temple is that the deity can be visible from sunrise to sunset without any source of light in the temple. Another fascinating thing is, though the idol of the deity is at a distance of 100 feet from the entrance of the sanctum sanctorum, the deity of the God is visible clearly.

It leaves you wondering and incredulous but yet, a true fact. On a particular day of the year, the sun rays touch the feet of the main deity in this temple. The mysteries do not end here. It is said that on a full moon day if a water vessel is placed at the entrance of the sanctum sanctorum, the image of the Lord is reflected in the water even at a distance of 100 feet. To believe these mystifying facts, you have to see it all yourself by visiting this temple.

The whole of the temple is constructed with red-stone. Though the temple is in Andhra Pradesh, which is a Telugu State, you can see more of Tamil inscriptions on the temple walls rather than Telugu. On the walls of the temple you can find many symbols of fish, the Sun and the Moon. This can give you an impression of the beliefs and civilization of the then society. You can also see a carving of a huge fish on the ceiling of the temple. The local people say that some day in future the fish will turn alive and swim in the ocean.

A distinguishing feature of the temple is that the pillars of the Mandapam (porch) have lion s head at the bottom of the pillar unlike other temples, which has it above the pillar. Because of this, the local people here say that there is another temple below this temple. There are other small temples of Prayoga Narasimha Swami, Ganapati and Anjaneya and a huge Yagnashala. There is a small pond in the temple premises and a huge one outside. It is said that there are more than 100 Siva temples on the banks of Bahuda River, which flows close to the temple.

The main attraction of the village is this temple built in the old Chola style by the Matli kings who ruled the Cuddapah district.

The Presiding deity here is Sri Soumyanatha Swamy and Sri Maha Lakshmi Ammavaru. The temple is old and holds quite a bit of archealogical importance. Being a known Buddhist site, Nandalur has garnered quite some interest from the archaeological quarters of the country.

Every year during the month of July, Kalyanotsavam to the Lord is performed here. Nandalur is one of the two temples in Cuddapah district where the Government sends pearls to the Lord during the performance of Kalyanotsavam. Incidentally, the other place is Ontimitta which is about 16 kilometers from Nandalur.

The temple has four Raja gopurams overlooking the four directions. The main idol is Sri Soumyanatha Swamy facing East. Legend has it that the Lord is another incarnation of Sri Venkateswara Swamy. Tirupati is towards the east of Nandalur. The idol resembles the idol of Sri Venkateswara Swamy in Tirupati, the only difference being here in Nandalur, the Lord has "Abhaya Hastham" whereas in Tirumala the Lord has "Kati Hastham". Normally in all the temples dedicated to Sri Venkateswara Swamy, the idol will be carved as having "Kati Hastham".

Also in the temple there is a shrine dedicated for Sri Yoga Narasimha Swamy near to the entrance of the sanctorum.

Nandalur is on the west bank of river Cheyyeru. Once it was a famous Buddhist centre in Rayalaseema. In 1913 Buddhist caves and viharas were discovered. Sowmyanath Temple, here is a very big temple, situated nearly on ten acres of site. It is a replica of Thiruvannamalai and patronized by Cholas, Pandyas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara, Pottapi and Matli Kings.Here most of the inscriptions, are in Tamil. Lord Sowmyanatha is installed on an elevated place and attracts pilgrims with his glittering beauty.

Info about Nandalur

Earlier Nandalur was recognized by various names such as Nelandanuru, Tondaya Mandalam, Niranthapuram and Chakkanathapuram.

The chronicles has it that this temple was built during the reign of Chola Dynasty. It was King Kulotunya who actually initiated the construction of this temple in 11th century AD. Later, until 17th century, this temple was patronized by the kings of various dynasties like Pandyas, Kakatiyas and Vijayanagaran. It was during the rule of Patiraja Dynasty that the temple flourished in leaps and bounds.

As per some inscriptions of this temple, it has 120 acres of land for its development and maintenance. In the 12th century AD, Prataparudra of Kakatiya Dynasty constructed the "Gaali Gopuram" and donated the villages of Nandaluru, Adapuru, Mannuru, Mandaram and Hastavaram for the temple. Tallapaka, the renowned birth place of poet Annamacharya is about 5km from this place. Inscription also has it that, Annamacharya visited this temple and wrote 'Shrungara keertanalu'. In the 16th century, Tiruvenganatha ruled the nearby places by making Kothapini as the capital. It is said that his wife Chanenamini donated diamond studded Shanka-Chakram, crown studded with diamonds, emeralds ear-rings and many more jewellery of precious metals for the temple.

According to the 'Mekhanji Khaifiyat', a king by name Nirandara built up a village called Niranthapuram that was destroyed during floods of river Bahuda. Over a period of time, mistress of one King Nalanda visited this place and reconstructed the village with the name of Nalandaluru.

Nandalur Railway Station is one of the important and bigger railway station in Guntakal Railway Division of South Central Railway.

Almost everybody will come to this place who is staying in nandalur on Makara Sankranti.

  • Nandalur is famous for its Drinking Water. Many people get down from Train and Buses to fill their water bottles while traveling through Nandalur.

Vasavi kanyaka parameshwari temple is located near nandalur railway station where dasara is celebrated grandly. Vinayaka Swamy temple located in Railway Quarters, where Vinayaka Chaturthi celebrated grandly.

  • Total Population of Nandalur Mandal is 42600.

In future Nandalur became Municipality, with including Nagareddy Palli(Major)and Nandalur. It is also close to Saibaba temple which is next to the bridge over Cheyyeru river.

Nandalur Railway Station--Rail Loca Shed

Please read below information....

KADAPA, July 26, 2010 Rail loco shed Union Minister of State for Railways K.H. Muniyappa...

He also assured to strive to establish a railway loco shed at Nandalur. The Minister who visited Nandalur today, assured local leaders that he would find a solution to the issue by discussing with Union Minister of State for Steel A. Sai Prathap. Minister for R&B G. Aruna Kumari, ZP chairperson D. Jyothi Reddy and Kadapa Mayor P. Raveendranatha Reddy were present.


Online edition of India's National Newspaper Saturday, Feb 02, 2008

KADAPA: Rajya Sabha member and Telugu Desam Party leader C. Ramachandraiah on Friday urged Union Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav to fulfil his promise to establish an electrical loco shed or a wagon repair workshop at Nandalur in Kadapa district.

In a letter addressed to the Railway Minister on Friday, he recalled an assurance given to a delegation, to utilise the vast infrastructure and land surrounding the now defunct Nandalur loco shed.


Online edition of India's National Newspaper Monday, Sep 03, 2007 ‘Ksheera abhishekam’ to Lalu’s portrait

HAPPY LOT: Ikya Porata Samithi members performing ‘Ksheera abhishekam’ at Nandalur in Kadapa district on Sunday.

KADAPA: Ikya Porata Samithi members performed ‘ksheera abhishekam’ (washing with milk) to a life-size portrait of Union Railway Minister Lalu Prasad at Nandalur on Sunday to express gratitude to his assurance in Parliament to set up a wagon repair workshop at Nandalur.

Samithi convener Yeddula Subbarayudu, secretary A. Viswanath, treasurer C.V. Ravindra Raju, organiser P. Mastanaiah and media in-charge Himagirinath poured 62 pitchers of milk and expressed gratitude.

The Minister assured Communist Party of India MP S. Sudhakar Reddy in Parliament and a samithi delegation at New Delhi that a wagon repair workshop would be established at Nandalur. They urged Mr. Lalu Prasad to lay the foundation stone for the workshop. The samithi leaders said they had staged a relay hunger strike at Nandalur for 77 days seeking establishment of a traction loco shed, in place of a steam loco shed which was closed down in 1994.

Online edition of India's National Newspaper Tuesday, Jul 17, 2007 BJP ‘rail roko’ stir for Loco Shed

KADAPA: BJP functionaries staged a rail roko agitation by stopping Kanyakumari Express at Yerraguntla railway station on Monday demanding establishment of a locomotive shed at Nandalur and stoppage of Lokmanya and other express trains at Yerraguntla.

Online edition of India's National Newspaper Monday, Dec 20, 2004 Electric Loco Repair Shed for Nandalur

CUDDAPAH, DEC. 19. An electric rail engine repairing trip shed will be established near Nandalur railway station, according to the Guntakal Divisional Railway Manager, Carmelus.

Mr. Carmelus and his wife, Eusobian, inaugurated an auditorium, Rail Kala Vedika, tennis and shuttle badminton courts constructed at a cost of Rs. 15 lakhs near Nandalur station on Saturday evening.

An electric rail engine repair centre functioned at Renigunta and the stipulation to maintain a distance of at least 300 km to 400 km between two trip sheds came in the way of setting up a permanent trip shed, he stated.

The Chief Minister, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy and the General Manager of South Central Railways, Stanley Babu, would inaugurate the modernised Cuddapah railway station on December 26, the DRM said. They would be apprised to explore the scope for a permanent trip shed at Nandalur, he added. A second railway platform would be built at Nandalur as part of the ongoing doubling works.

Artistes of Guntakal Railway Raga Ranjani presented a musical nite. The SCR officials, Kishore Babu, Goutham Srinivas, Yellaiah, Raghavan and Mazdoor Union representatives participated.

Here we all are needs/wants Railway Industry. Jai Hind Jai Hind

HISTORY of KADAPA(CUDDAPAH)

Cuddapah is considered to be one of the district endowed with rich history. Though its history goes back to second century B C, primarily it starts with Mourya & Satavahana dynasty as per the Archeological survey evidences. It was the battle field for several dynasties - Pallava, Chalukya, Cholas who waged wars for getting authority over South India.

The Pallava kings penetrated from a time into the North of Cuddapah district and ruled for a certain period during the 5th century. Later on the Cholas defeated the Pallavas and their rule appears to have lasted till the later part of the 8th century. Subsequently the next dynasty which established its authority for a considerable period to be that of Banas.

With the retreat of the Banas, Cuddapah came under the sway of a dynasty of kings called the Rastrakutas. King Indra III (915 A.D.) a later king Krishna III were the popular rulers. With the death of king Krishna III, the power and influence of this dynasty declined. The Telugu Cholas who were feudatories of Chola dynasty ruled entire Cuddapah District and their power seems to have suffered a temporary eclipse due to the aggression of Pandas but soon, the Cholas kingdom firmly established once again in the district during the first half of the 13th century.

In the latter half of 13th century, the district fallen in to the hands of Ambadeva who had temporarily usurped the Kakatiya crown and ruled from Vallur, 15 Kms. from Cuddapah and during his time the land survey carried out and a river channel was constructed at Lebaka. Subsequently Kakatiya King Prataparudra succeeded the throne after death of Ambadeva and ruled the district with Warrangal as the Capital during the opening of 14th century.

But in A.D.1309, came the invasion of the Deccan by Muslims during the reign of Khilji emperor Alla Uddin and Pratapa Rudra was defeated and he was carried as a prisoner to Delhi and hence Warrangal, the capital came into the hands of Alla-ud-din.

In A.D.1336 the Vijayanagar Kingdom was found by Hari Hara and Bukka. During A.D.1344 a Hindu confederation of Warrangal, Krishna Vijaya NagaramRaja and the Hoysala King of Mysore, with an immense force drove the Muslims out of Warrangal and rolled back the tide of their advance. This is the out come establishment of Vijayanagar empire and during the two centuries of its ascendancy. In the battle of Talikota, the Hindus and Muslims with forces of almost fabulous strength, contested for the supremacy over Deccan and with the result the Hindus were totally defeated and the Deccan fallen into the hands of King of Golkonda.

In the year 1740 the Marathas invaded and defeated the Nawab of Kurnool and Cuddapah. Hyder Ali obtained the possession of Gurramkonda and Cuddapah from the hands of Marathas and appointed his brother-in-law Mir Saheb in Cuddapah district. Hence Mir Saheb and his son Kamaluddin were the first rulers of the district. The district later fell in to the Nizam by the treaties of Mysore and Srirangapatnam.

Later on this area was ceded to the British by the Nizam. Cuddapah tasted the lawlessness of the 'palegars'. Finally Major Munro, the first District Collector took over the reins of administration. He gave peace to the people of this region.

Shaik Peer Shah took prominent part in the first war of Independence in 1857. During the subsequent decades, people followed the leaders of the freedom movement and rejoiced with the rest of the people when India became free in 1947.

Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya

Tallapaka is Birth Place of Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya, its about 8 Km from Nandalur. Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya (Telugu: శ్రీ తాళ్ళపాక అన్నమాచార్య) (or Annamayya) (May 9, 1408 – February 23, 1503) was the official songmaster of the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple and a Telugu composer who composed around 36000 keertana songs many of which were in praise of Lord Sri Venkateswara Swami. The musical form of the keertana songs that he composed have strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions which are still popular among Carnatic music concert artists.

Photos

Connection with the Gulf countries

Nandalur is well known for its relation with the Gulf Countries, lot of people from here are working in Kuwait,Dubai and other countries of the Persian Gulf. Some of the migrants are well settled in Government posts and conducting their own businesses. They frequently send their savings home and such sums have largely contributed to the development of Nandalur and surrounding villages.

Buddhist Site

Another Buddhist site exists in the village of Adapur, a part of Nandalur. This Buddhist site is located on a hillock, called as "Lanja Kanuma Gutta" by the local people. This Buddhist side has the left bank of River Bahuda flowing graciously at the foot of the hill on which it is located.

This site was discovered and reported by the department of Andhra Pradesh Longhurst way back in the year 1912 and 1913. When the Department of Archaeology and Museums excavated the land, they found a Maha Stupa, 21 Votive Stupas, a Vihara, an Apsidal Chaityagriha, brick platform, staircase and many more

Cheyyeru River

Nandalur is on the west bank of river Cheyyeru. Cheyyeru River is one of the major tributaries of Pennar River from the south. It flows through the districts of Chittoor and Cuddapah . The basin of the river is aquifer potential area. The sanctity of the river Cheyyeru was elaborately described in the great epic of Mahabharata in the story of Sankha and Likhita. It is a centre of Vedic culture and famous for its scenic beauty.

Cheyyeru River atoned Parasurama from the sin of matricide and gave hands to Likhita, the brother of Sankha a great sage. People believe that Parasurama temple was once a Buddhist vidya kendra, occupied by Saivas first and later by Vaishnavas. Vaishnavas made this place as Parasurama Kshetra.

ANNAMAYYA PROJECT: The Annamayya Project was constructed across the Cheyyeru river which is a tributary to the Pennar river. The project is located near the Badanagadda village, Rajampet Mandal, Kadapa District to irrigate a total ayacut of 22,500 acres in the District of Kadapa (22,500 Acres).

Transport

Road

Roads are well connected to all major National Highways.

Train

Railway is under SCR Guntakal Junction. 2 broad platforms with all facilities. Daily services are available to Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, Tirupati, Thiruvananthapuram, Kanyakumari and Hyderabad.

Timings

Nandalur Station Code: NRE

Train Number Train Name From To Arrival Days Schedule Time
11028 Chennai-Mumbai Mail Chennai Central/MAS Mumbai CST/CSTM Daily 3:44
12797 Venkatadri SF Express Hyderabad Kacheguda/KCG Chittoor/CTO Daily 5:19
16382 Jayanti Janata Express Kanniyakumari/CAPE Mumbai CST/CSTM Daily 5:38
17429 Rayalaseema Express Hyderabad Deccan Nampally/HYB Tirupati Main/TPTY Daily 5:49
17416 Haripriya Express Shahu Maharaj Terminus/KOP Tirupati Main/TPTY Daily 6:13
57472 Tirupati Hubli InterCity Passenger Tirupati Main/TPTY Hubli Junction/UBL Daily 8:13
11041 CSTMumbai-Chennai Express Mumbai CST/CSTM Chennai Central/MAS Daily 10:45
16381 Jayanti Janata Express Mumbai CST/CSTM Kanniyakumari/CAPE Daily 12:03
56011 Arakkonam Nandalur Passenger Arakkonam Junction/AJJ Nandalur NRE Daily 12:45
11042 ChennaiCentral-CST Mumbai Express Chennai Central/MAS Mumbai CST/CSTM Daily 16:09
57471 Hubli Tirupati InterCity Passenger Hubli Junction/UBL Tirupati Main/TPTY Daily 17:59
17430 Rayalaseema Express Tirupati Main/TPTY Hyderabad Deccan Nampally/HYB Daily

18:16

12798 Venkatadri SF Express Chittoor/CTO Hyderabad Kacheguda/KCG Daily 20:29
17415 Haripriya Express Tirupati Main/TPTY Shahu Maharaj Terminus/KOP Daily 22:15
11027 Mumbai Chennai Mail Mumbai CST/CSTM Chennai Central/MAS Daily 22:28

Air

On 8 October 2008, the Government of India announced that it will upgrade Tirupati Airport to an International Airport Status providing wider choices of air travel.

Notable Persons

  1. T.VenuGopal (Film Actor and Upcoming Film Director of Kshetram Film)
  2. P.Bramaiah (Ex Minister)
  3. K.Madan Mohan Reddy (Ex MLA)
  4. Y.SubbaRayadu(Ex RTC Zonal Chairman)
  5. Arige.Bala SubbaRayadu (Ex Single Window President)
  6. A.V.S.Reddy (Ex AP State Election Commissioner)
  7. Arige.Ramachandra shekar (BJP Mandal Incharge)
  8. Dr Arige.Subbramanyam PhD HOD in CSE AITS Rajampet
  9. Dr Arige.Sreevani Ramprasad MBBS (Govt Hospital)
  10. Dr JayBhaskar MBBS(Railway Medical Supervisor)
  11. Dr Arige.Ram Prasad BDPS
  12. Dr P.V.Narashima Rao BSc,MBBS (Govt Hospital)
  13. Dr Tippa Reddy MBBS
  14. Dr Shankaraiah RMP
  15. Arige.Srihari London,UK
  16. Arige.Ashok(KIRAN)Kuala Lumpur,MALAYSIA
  17. Ganta Vasudevaiah
  18. B.Siva Shankar Reddy
  19. Hanumanthu Devendra Prasad
  20. Medda.Malikarjuna Reddy(Contractor)
  21. Hall Mastan(Real Estate Business)
  22. U.Reddaiah(Real Estate Business)
  23. G.RamPrasad(President: Bar Association)
  24. A.RajendraPrasad(Teacher,Arasam Rastra Member)
  25. Gampa Sudhakar (Rice Mill Owner)
  26. Mummadi Seti Suresh (Dept. Of Central Bureau Of Investigation)
  27. M.V .Ramanaiah I.T.S (Indian telecom services ),Hyderabad
  28. S.Sesha Reddy M.Tech (Superintending Engineer,A P S E B),Yerracheruvu Palli
  29. B.V.Krishnaiah(Sports person in Ralayaseema Region) and a social Activist
  30. B.Sunil Kumar, Civil Engineer , Kuwait , Real Estate Business
  31. B.Madan Kumar , Software Engineer, IBM-USA
  32. P.D.Praveen Kumar , Earth Movers ,Real Estate Business


General information

  • Pin Code - 516150
  • STD Code - 08565

Banks

Court

  • District Civil Court, Nagireddypalli

Politics

  • Present M.P: A.SaiPratap
  • Present M.L.A: A.Amarnath Reddy.

Distance to various places

Below is the distance in kilometers from Nandalur to various cities:

City/Town Distance (km)
Rajampet 11
Kadapa 40
Tirupathi 90
Nandyal 174
Hyderabad 444
Badvel 78
Proddatur 96
Chennai 244
Bangalore 263
Nellore 98

Panchayats

The following is the list of village panchayats in Nandalur mandal.

  • Nagireddipalli (Major)
  • Patur
  • Adapur
  • Chenniahgaripalli
  • Nandalur
  • Yerra Cheruvvu Palli
  • Lebaka
  • Tangutur

Nagireddipalli Panchayat

Nagireddipalli is Major Panchayat in YSR District.Nagireddypalli Major Panchayat is well known as Promt Paying Home Revenue in YSR District.

  • Vasavi kanyaka parameshwari temple is located near Court.
  • Municipal District Court is located at Nagireddypalli.
  • Maramma Temple is located near yerra cheruvu.

Aravapalli

Aravapalli is major part of Nagireddipalli Panchayat and also Nandalur Mandal. The name cames from they were lot of Tamil people living in this area earlier thats way called as ARAVAPALLI. All major Business are doing in Aravapalli.All Banks and Private Hospitals are in Aravaplli.

  • Oldest Medical Shop is Royal Medical Store (New Royal) is in Bazar Area at Avaraplli since from 1962
  • Vijaya Bhaskar Theatre is ONE and ONLY Cinema Entertainment is located at Aravaplli in Nandalur Mandal since from 1987.
  • SBI ATM is located at Railway Station Area.

Nandalur

The temple of Soumyanatha Swami is located in Nandalur. Soumyanatha Swami is another name and form of Lord Venkateshwara.

  • Govt. Hospital are in Nandalur Panchayat.



References


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Kadapa — (కడప)   city   …   Wikipedia

  • Kadapa district — Kadapa (previously Cuddapah) is one of the districts of Rayalaseema in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is named after its headquarters, the city of Kadapa. It had a population of 2,601,797 of which 22.59% were urban as of 2001.… …   Wikipedia

  • Rajampet — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction native name = Rajampet type = village locator position = right latd = 14.1833 longd = 79.1666 altitude = 456 population total = 100000 population as of = 2001 state name = Andhra Pradesh district = Kadapa taluk names …   Wikipedia

  • S. Obul Reddy — Justice S. Obul Reddy (b. 9 April, 1916) was Chief Justice of High Courts of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat and Governor of Andhra Pradesh. [ [http://hc.ap.nic.in/aphc/sorj.html Justice S. Obul Reddy in Andhra Pradesh High Court] ] He studied at… …   Wikipedia

  • Central Organization for Railway Electrification — केन्द्रीय रेल विद्युतीकरण संगठन, Central Organization for Railway Electrification Type Government Owned Industry Railways and Locomotives …   Wikipedia

  • YSR district — Kadappa q = Kadapa   district   …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.