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Paluguralla palli (B.Matam-Mandal)

Paluguralla Palli (Telugu: పలుగురాళ్ళపల్లి or పలుగురాళ్ళపల్లె) or Palugurallapalle also known as Swethapashana Puram is a Village in B.Matam Mandal of YSR (Kadapa) District and is a Grama Panchayat. It is Situated on the right bank of the river Sagileru on Porumamilla -Kadapa road at a distance of 12 miles to the north – west of Badvel and 39 miles from Kadapa city. This is the birthplace of Sreemad abhinavoddanda Vidyanarasimha Bharathee swamy, the head of pushpagiri Peetam.

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SiddaReddygari Palli (Chakrayapeta Mandal)

SiddareddygariPalli is a village in Chakrayapet Mandal of Kadapa (YSR) District and is part of Errabommanapalli Grama Panchayat. It is situated on the banks of River Papaghni and is on Kadiri - Pulivendula state highway, at a distance of 18 kilometers from Vempalli town. This village is named after a person called as 'Sidda Reddy'. It comprises of several castes, of which Reddys are majority in numbers.

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Tangutur (Rajupalem Mandal)

Tangutur Is a Village in Rajupalem Mandal of YSR District, of Andhra Pradesh and is situated on the banks of the river Kundhu. This Village has So Many Cultural Temples Like Sivalayam, Loard Venu Gopala Swamy Temple. It comprises of several communities. Agriculture is principle occupation of the people in this village.

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Ananthapuram Gangamma Jaatara (fair)

Gangamma Jaatara is celebrated annually. The temple plot was once a jungle. Peramvandlu the residence of Anantapuram, were reported to have cut and heaped of the thorny bush and placed a black stone to keep it in position. The next day they went with bullock cart to bring it from the hedge. But they could not lift the heap. Meanwhile a man possessed of the deity Gangamma revealed ...

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Castes and Tribes in Kadapa District – During 20th Century

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Among the castes first in numerical importance are the Kapus (Reddi community), who are the principal landowners of the Deccan. They constitute nearly one-fourth of the total population of the district, and consist of many sub-divisions. Of these the Pedakanti, Motati, Kodide and Pokanati Kapus are chiefly found in the taluks of Jammalamadugu, Proddatur, Pulivendla, Kadapa and Kamalapuram ; while …

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