Synonyms for venkatapuram or Related words with venkatapuram

venkatapur              kotturu              mallapur              rayavaram              atmakur              kudligi              shankarpur              krishnarajpet              vinukonda              kodur              lingampalle              kushtagi              chirayinkeezhu              kalasapakkam              gobindpur              lalpur              kothapalle              prathipadu              chodavaram              gudem              madakasira              bagewadi              manpur              rudravaram              lakhanpur              rayadurg              pedda              krosuru              puthur              edlapadu              bhiloda              shivapur              sonbarsa              devarapalle              belgachhi              fattepur              shivpur              maraneri              nellimarla              hosanagara              muthuvalloor              chottanikkara              sundarpur              mulug              dharampur              ramannagudem              pendurthi              badvel              kulathur              raptadu             



Examples of "venkatapuram"
Venkatapuram also known as Nugur Venkatapuram is a Mandal in Jayashankar district of Telangana. Previously, Venkatapuram used to be in Nugur Tehsil or Taluka of East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh.
According to Indian census, 2011, the demographic details of Venkatapuram mandal is as follows:
Venkatapuram is located at . It has an average elevation of 69 metres (229 ft).
This station serves the railway station for Alwal, Old Alwal, Venkatapuram, Army Sub Area, Suchitra, and few more areas nearby.
Venkatapuram () is a small village in the midway between Kurnool and Kadapa on National Highway-18 in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh.
She was born at Venkatapuram village in Khammam district on 2 February 1930. She was educated at Rajahmundry Tutorial College and Rajahmundry Teachers' Training School, Rajahmundry.
Venkatapuram has an average elevation of 24 meters (82 ft). It is located between the three major towns of Guntur (80 km), Ongole (35 km) and Addanki (6 km).
The villages in Mudigonda mandal includes: Ammapeta, Banapuram, Chirumarri, Gandhasiri, Gokinepalli, Kamalapuram, Kattakoor,New Lakshmipuram, Madhapuram, Mallannapalem, Mallaram, Medepalli, Mudigonda, Mutharam, Pammi, Pandregupalli, Pedamandava, Suvarnapuram, Vallabhi, Vallapuram, Vanam Vari Krishnapuram, Venkatapuram and Yadavalli
Madhapuram is bounded by Kattakur Village to the east, Aregudam village to the north south/east, Rajeswarpuram village to the south, Nelapatla/Venkatapuram village to the west, Munigapalli Village to the north and Yedavalli to the north east.
Nearby villages include Niluvurathipalli (9.3 km), Chinaganipalli (4.4 km), Kassamudram (4.5 km), Mohammadabad (7.2 km), Thimmirikuntapalli (7.6 km), Sunnampalli (10.1 km), Venkatapuram (12.9 km), Kottuvaripalli (6 km), Jowkala (9 km).
The primary school, started by Natesa Iyer, Deivasigamani Mudaliar and Muthukrishna Iyer in Venkatapuram, Ambattur may be regarded as the nucleus of the present school. From its humble beginning the school has grown from strength to strength to become a leading higher secondary school of Ambattur.
He built many villages, tanks and temples in the Yadaki paragana. The village Venkatapuram was built in the memory of his mother Venkatamma. He had a minister by name Chennama Raju, son of Mahabashyam Mahadeva Bhatta. His son Veerathimma ruled Gandikota after him.
Other Temples in Pebbair include the Shirdi Sai Baba, the Hanuman, Brahmamgarimatham, Venugopala swamy, Ayyappa, Chowdeshwari Amma Vaaru, Sri kodanda Rama swamy temple, Venkatapuram,this is one of the oldest temple and the Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari. Every year people here celebrate the Chowdeshwari Jatara.
Venkatapuram is a village in Krishna district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Bapulapadu mandal of Nuzvid revenue division. It is one of the villages in the mandal to be a part of Andhra Pradesh Capital Region.
Vajjala Shiva Kumar is a well known free verse Telugu poet. Vajjala Shiva Kumar was born in 1956 in Vemulawada, Karimnagar district, AP. He is the only son of Vajjala Samba Shiva Sharma and Radha Bai and was born and brought up in Vemulawada a temple town. Professionally a librarian from Kendriya Vidyalaya, University of Hyderabad, he is currently living with his family in 'Shivananda Lahari'1-20-198/2,Gokul Nagar, Venkatapuram, Secunderabad-15.
Bhadrachalam and Nuguru Venkatapuram "taluks" of East Godavari district (part of coastal Andhra Pradesh), which are on the other side of the river Godavari, were merged into Khammam district on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability. Earlier, Aswaraopeta was also part of West Godavari district and was added to Khammam district in 1959. Similarly, Munagala "mandal" was added to Nalgonda district and removed from Krishna district in 1959.
Theatres include Rakki Cinemas (multiplex) and Sri Murugan multiplex near the Ambattur railway station. Kannan Theatre near Senthil Nagar was closed and converted to Dolphin Sports Academy. Parks include Pudur park (Old Pond) near menambedu, Thangal Lake Park near Anjalamaram, Krishnapuram Corporation Park (renovated in October 2009) and the Thiruvengada Nagar Corporation Park (opened on 11 October 2013), Venkatapuram Park at Kubera Vinayagar Temple Ground (opened in 2014)
Khammam City, which was the seat of Taluk Administration, was part of the larger Warangal District, until 1 October 1953. Five taluks of the Warangal district viz., Khammam, Madhira, Yellandu, Burgampadu and Paloncha (now Kothagudem) were carved out and a new district Khammam with Khammam as District Headquarters. In 1959 Bhadrachalam Revenue Division consisting Bhadrachalam and Nuguru Venkatapuram Taluks of East Godawari district, which were on the other side of the river Godavari were merged into Khammam on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability.
St. Anthony's Church, Venkatapuram was under Holy Family Parish till 1998. In 1998 Archbishop S. Arulappa created this parish, with Fr. Narisetty Anthony Paul Raj as priest. It is a three-floor church. Fr. Paul Raj worked hard to raise needed money about 43 lacks and Archbishop Marampudi Joji gave 10 lack rupees, 5 lack rupees as grant and 5 lack rupees as a loan to be repaid in installments. As a first installment Fr. Paulraj paid rs. 25, 000 and he was transferred to Shrine of Our Lady of Health, Khairatabad, Hyderagad, A.P.
Residential areas north of the railway line include Venkatapuram, Vijayalaksmipuram, Vinayagapuram, Kallikuppam, Madhanakuppam (Lakeview Nagar), Ramnagar, Menambedu, Karukku, Prithivipakkam, Gnanamurthy Nagar, DTP Colony (Vijayalaksmipuram), Pudur, Krishnapuram, Thiruvengada Nagar, Nehru Nagar, Sathyapuram, Cholapuram, Oragadam, Venkaeshwara Nagar, Banu Nagar, Lenin Nagar, Abiramipuram and Thirumalai Priya Nagar. Residential areas south of the railway line include Varadharajapuram, Ramapuram, Teachers Colony, Mahakavi Bharathiyar Nagar ("MKB Nagar"), Sivanandha Nagar, Annai Sathya Nagar, ICF Colony, Ambattur old village areas (near Ambattur Telephone Exachange) such as Ambattur Village Street, Athipet, Managalapuram and Pattarivakkam.