Synonyms for vajrakarur or Related words with vajrakarur

thallur              penagalur              manikapur              pullampeta              regidi              garugubilli              ulavapadu              marripudi              veligandla              peddavadugur              ponnaluru              santhakavati              vairavanpatti              gummagatta              pedacherlopalle              koyyuru              brahmasamudram              ranastalam              keshampeta              kadabur              changaroth              gurrampode              makloor              chintapally              bommanahal              narainapur              nallamada              alampatti              bheemgal              iraniyur              konakanamitla              kudair              seethampeta              pataura              sheelavathi              mohanyal              chilamathur              vemulapally              yellanur              nallacheruvu              gudluru              mallaram              vidapanakal              ittiva              kothacheruvu              chandampet              shirasgaon              velpur              magudanchavadi              gopavaram             



Examples of "vajrakarur"
According to Indian census, 2001, the demographic details of Vajrakarur mandal is as follows:
The following is the list of village panchayats in Vajrakarur mandal.
Venkatampalle is a village in Vajrakarur mandal in Anantapur District in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. it had a population of 2,782 in 501 households.
MPR Dam (Mid Penna reservoir) is an irrigation project located across Penna river in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, India. It works mainly as a balancing reservoir under the Tungabhadra high level irrigation canal which originats from the Tungabhadra Dam. It is situated at Bhadrampalle and Vajrakarur villages.
The first ruler of Pemmasani clan was Pemmasani Kumara Thimma Nayudu who fought many a battle and won the trust of Bukka Raya. He built many forts in Jammulamadugu, Vajrakarur, Kamalapuram, Tadipatri, Pamidi etc. Later, Dharma Nayudu served as a General of Proudha Devaraya (Devaraya II).
Some of the most popular diamond mines were Amaragiri (present day Kollapur, Mahbubnagar district), Vajrakarur (present day in Anantapur district) and Kollur Mine (present day in Guntur district). There were also other mines around the River Krishna in South India. Along with diamonds, the region also became a trade center for metalware, pearls, spices and textiles. According to The New Indian Express (22 October 2016), "the city based historian, Mohammed Safiullah says such was the trade that the estimated output from all mines in Golconda was estimated to be around 12 million carats".
Gandikota now came into the hands of the Pemmasani rulers from the ancient Mikkilineni royal family. Raja Pemmasani Kumara Thimma Naidu was the first king of Pemmasani clan and during his period, few developmental activities took place. The original fort was strengthened and the new forts at Jammala Madugu, Vajrakarur, Kamalapuram, Tadipatri etc were also built. The forts built by Pemmasani Kumara Thimma Naidu were more lavish and striking that he was said to be contemporary form of the Vijayanagar king Bukkaraya. (I.e. around 1350 A.D.). Another member from the Naidu family, Dharma Naidu was the General of Proudha Deva Raya (or Devaraya II), the son of Vijaya Bukkaraya. Another Thimma Naidu defeated the Bahamani sultan Ahmed Shah in the battle of Kalubarige in 1420 A.D. There was yet another Thimma Naidu, during the times of Sri Krishna Deva Raya, who was a great warrior. He was well-versed in capturing the forts of Udayagiri, Addanki, Kondapalli, Rajahmundry and Cuttak.