Synonyms for tadpatri or Related words with tadpatri

lingampalle              hadgaon              deglur              chodavaram              mallapur              belgachhi              rolugunta              raptadu              thipparthy              pedakurapadu              gopalpeta              rayavaram              gopavaram              medipalli              venkatapur              kothapeta              narikudi              bhiloda              chintapalle              pileru              biloli              kinwat              rajupalem              kothapalle              konapur              nandikotkur              sattenapalle              manalur              gobindpur              alambadi              devarapalle              rudravaram              nellimarla              bhokar              degloor              krosuru              prathipadu              ichchapuram              atmakur              kalyandurg              uravakonda              pulkal              bhongaon              reddigudem              singanamala              velgode              lankapalle              venkatapuram              amadalavalasa              bishunpur             



Examples of "tadpatri"
Census of India, Tadpatri had a population of 108,171.
Kasepalli is connected by road to nearby Guntakal and Tadpatri.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Rayadurg, Guntakal, Tadpatri, Singanamala, Anantpur Urban and Kalyandurg in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Rayadurg, Guntakal, Uravakonda, Tadpatri, Anantpur Urban and Kalyandurg in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Rayadurg, Uravakonda, Tadpatri, Singanamala, Anantpur Urban and Kalyandurg in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Rayadurg, Guntakal, Uravakonda, Singanamala, Anantpur Urban and Tadpatri in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely Rayadurg, Uravakonda, Tadpatri, Singanamala, Guntakal and Kalyandurg in Anantapur district.
It is part of the Anantapur Lok Sabha constituency along with another six Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Uravakonda, Guntakal, Tadpatri, Singanamala, Anantpur Urban and Kalyandurg in Anantapur district.
Tadpatri Assembly constituency is a constituency of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, India. It is one of 14 constituencies in the Anantapur district.
While studying at the Presidency College, Madras, Subramanya Iyer's father died and he had to discontinue his studies. Subramanya Iyer sought employment in service of the government and soon rose to become Sub-Registrar of Tadpatri in Bellary district by 1878.
Tadipatri or Tadpatri is a newly industrialized town and a Municipality in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the mandal headquarters of Tadipatri mandal in Anantapur revenue division. It is located at the border of Kurnool district and Kadapa district. The ancient world-famous Chintala Venkataramana Temple sprawling over five acre area is located in Tadipatri. From Tadipatri town at a distance of 1 kilometre, overlooking the Penna River, the Bugga Ramalingeswara Temple is located which is remarkable for a Lingam seated on a pedestal that is perpetually filled with water from a small spring.
Another element of the Vijayanagara style is the carving and consecration of large monoliths such as the "Sasivekaalu" (mustard) Ganesha and "Kadalekaalu" (ground nut) Ganesha at Hampi, the Gommateshwara (Bahubali) monoliths in Karkala and Venur, and the Nandi bull in Lepakshi. The Vijayanagara temples of Kolar, Kanakagiri, Sringeri and other towns of Karnataka; the temples of Tadpatri, Lepakshi, Ahobilam, Tirumala Venkateswara Temple and Srikalahasti in Andhra Pradesh; and the temples of Vellore, Kumbakonam, Kanchi and Srirangam in Tamil Nadu are examples of this style. Vijayanagara art includes wall-paintings such as the Dashavatara and "Girijakalyana" (marriage of Parvati, Shiva's consort) in the Virupaksha Temple at Hampi, the "Shivapurana" murals (tales of Shiva) at the Virabhadra temple at Lepakshi, and those at the Kamaakshi and Varadaraja temples at Kanchi. This mingling of the South Indian styles resulted in a richness not seen in earlier centuries, a focus on reliefs in addition to sculpture that surpasses that previously in India.
Another element of the Vijayanagara style is the carving of large monoliths such as the Sasivekalu (mustard) Ganesha and Kadalekalu (Ground nut) Ganesha at Hampi, the Gomateshwara statues in Karkala and Venur, and the Nandi bull in Lepakshi. The Vijayanagara Temples of Bhatkal, Kanakagiri, Sringeri and other towns of coastal Karnataka, as well as Tadpatri, Lepakshi, Ahobilam, Tirupati and Srikalahasti in Andhra Pradesh, and Vellore, Kumbakonam, Kanchi and Srirangam in Tamil Nadu are examples of this style. Vijayanagara art includes wall-paintings such as Dashavathara (ten incarnations of Vishnu) and Girija Kalyana (marriage of Goddess Parvati) in the Virupaksha Temple at Hampi, the Shivapurana paintings (tales of Shiva) at the Virabhadra Temple at Lepakshi, and those at the Jain basadi (temple) and the Kamaskshi and Varadaraja Temple at Kanchi. This mingling of the South Indian styles resulted in a richness not seen in earlier centuries, a focus on reliefs in addition to sculpture that surpasses that previously in India.