Synonyms for rudravaram or Related words with rudravaram

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Examples of "rudravaram"
Rudravaram is a village in Santhanuthalapadu mandal, Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Rudravaram (Vorvakallu) is located at . It has an average elevation of 198 meters (652 feet).
It has a population around 2,700. Rudravaram is an educational hub to other four villages nearby. Main sources of living is cultivation. Moderate water facilities for farms from various sources includes nagarjuna sagar right canal and nowadays water from mallavaram dam for some parts of the fields and bore wells. Main crops are tobacco, Chana, rice etc. Many historical temples are there in Rudravaram. Rudravaram is 20 km away from Ongole.
Rudravaram is a mandal in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located 110 km from Kurnool. It is 5 km from the Nalamalla forest. It is 25 km from Ahobilam and 40 km from Mahanadi.It has 45 villages under. Gangula Family is from Rudravaram Mandal.
Rudravaram is a village in Achampeta mandal, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It has a population of about 1600 and about 1000 voters.
Rudravaram has one upper primary school which includes primary school, an overhead drinking water facility from river Krishna, Panchayathi building, and bus shelters.
The main source of living is cultivation. Moderate water facilities for farms includes 2 lift irrigations on river Krishna, one stream between Rudravaram and Vorvakallu and a big lake in Vorvakallu. Its main crops are paddy, cotton, chillies, and jute.
Rudravaram is a village in Krishna district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Machilipatnam mandal of Machilipatnam revenue division. The waste to energy plant was planned to be setup at the village for producing energy from the waste produce of Machilipatnam Municipality.
Narasimha Reddy, as a polygar of Koilakuntla was in command of 66 villages in Cuddapah (or Kadapa), Anantapur, Bellary and Kurnool districts and controlled an army of 2000. After Rayalaseema was ceded to the British by the Nizam, Narasimha Reddy refused to share the revenue of the region with the British. He was in favour of an armed uprising. On 10 June 1846 he attacked the treasury at Koilakuntla and marched towards Kambham, Andhra Pradesh (Prakasam District). On the way, he created uproar at Rudravaram by killing the forest ranger. The district collector, Thomas Monroe, took a serious view of the rebellion and ordered his capture. Early attempts to capture him under Captain Knot and Watson were unsuccessful. The British government announced Rs 5,000/ for the information and Rs 10,000/ for his head which was a huge amount in those days.
Bhuma Nagi Reddy rose very fast in politics. In 1984, he was elected as president to Rudravaram cooperative society. In 1986-90, elected as mandal president to Allagadda MPP. His brother Bhuma Sekhar Reddy a sitting MLA died of a heart attack on 7 June 1991. In the by elections to the vacant Allagadda constituency he had the first opportunity to contest as an MLA candidate from the then opposition Telugu Desam Party. But it was not a cake walk for him as his life was under threat from his faction and political opponents who... were credited to be influential at the then ruling central and state govts ...tightened his movements from canvassing. But Nagi Reddy was dare enough to face the challenges thrown by the rivals and with the strong popular support he won the elections. In 1996 he gained nationwide attention as he contested against the then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao as a TDP candidate. Though defeated narrowly he won lakhs of fans and got a wide publicity. P.V. Narasimha Rao resigned for Nandyal seat to retain Berhampur constituency leading to the by-elections. Bhuma was the undisputed candidate again from TDP and won with a record majority of over 4 lakhs on Mr. Rangaiah Naidu to enter for the first time in the 11th Lok Sabha. The Nation went for polls in 1998 again and TDP runs Bhuma in to foray, this time against his traditional rival Gangula Prathapa Reddy. In the beginning it was thought that the election is a cake walk for Bhuma but the things made differently. He could win with a slight majority of 4,550. This result made Bhuma to reconstruct his political strategies and strengthen his energies. Henceforth worked hard and maintained good relationship with cadre. He never neglected the interests and needs of cadre. Probably that is the reason, In 1999 midterm polls he proved his stamina by winning the seat with 72,600 votes of majority on the same rival candidate. He became a 'stalwart' in rayalaseema by these 'hat-trick' wins. However, he had a major setback in politics as he was defeated by Gangula Prathap Reddy from Allagadda assembly constituency in 2004 elections. His wife Shobharani being elected as MLA two times from Allagadda constituency had to contest against her wish as an MP candidate from Nandyal and lost to congress candidate SPY Reddy. In the wake of the emergence of much publicised Praja Rajyam party by Cine hero Chiranjeevi they resigned from the TDP on 4 July 2008 and joined the newly created Praja Rajyam Party led by Chiranjeevi on 20 August 2008. In 2009 general elections.. he contested from Nandyal parliamentary constituency on PRP ticket...but was defeated. At the same time Shobha Nagi reddy got elected from Allagadda assembly constituency. Later In 2010.. after the tragic death of the chief minister Dr Y.S. Raja sekhara Reddy a sort of political turmoil emerged in Andhra Pradesh. After many developments... it was thought that Y.S.R's son, the then Kadapa M.P. Mr. Y.S.Jagan Mohan Reddy had been isolated and carnered by the seniors of congress party. He was expelled from the party as his famous "Odaarpu Yathra" was against the wishes of the party leadership. Hence he started a new political party in the name of "YSR Congress Party". Mean while Chiranjeevi decided to merge his PRP with congress; a development that was strongly opposed by Bhuma Nagireddy. The Bhuma couple had to join hands with Y S Jagan and later became key figures in the formation of that Party. He is now the central governing member of YSR congress party. while Shobha Nagireddy is official spokesperson and key state leader of the party until her tragic death just before the 2014 general elections. Bhuma was very clear about his targets that was promised to the people of his constituency and that's the reason that he joined TDP on 22-02-2016 along with his daughter Bhuma Akhila Priya Current M.L.A of Allagadda. There were roumors in political circles and state media that he was also promised a ministry in Chandrababu Naidu's cabinet for shifting from YSRCP to the ruling TDP.