History

Brief  History of Prakasam District (previously Ongole District)

About the name of ONGOLE

There is a story of people in the neighboring neighborhood on Ongole about the name of Ongole. The endless village is 8 km south east of Ongole. The Kundrites were also fortified by the endless kings. The Ongole area was the area of ​​hunting for them. Especially the new dungeon goes to the beach and hiding here. One day, when the Endloor kings hunted the rabbits, they turned to the hunters to catch them. These rabbits and courageous endless kings decided to build a fortress in the area and set up their capital. The name of the rabbits is named after the name of the bronze. In the year 1620, they built a fort in the ‘Vangani Pello’ over the years as the ‘Anguvola’

Formation of PRAKASAM DISTRICT

The Buddhavaram was spread by the Chandakaram at Donakonda Mandal in the district. This is the oldest Buddhist temple on the banks of the Gundlalama River, two kilometers from the village of Vellampally in the Tripura Rantham Mandir. It was excavated in 1965 excavations. There were six rare rocks and three gold flowers in the same excavation. All these have been moved to the Archaeological Department. In the year 1972, archaeological excavations were carried out by four dams and 15 large stupas. In the 7th century AD, Adi Shankar is believed to have built bricks and rocks and sculptures in the Mahabaleshwaram of the statues, due to the decline of Buddhism and towers during the South Indian Yatra. Kanaparthi in the Napuzuppalappalapadapala village before the Buddhist rama was later known as Shiva. Kakatiya and Chola Raju became the day of the rule. There is also evidence that the region was ruled by Mohammed Ghori in the 17th century. Now known as Kanaparthi village, known as Kanakappuram and Kangam Bhabanapam, is called. The sculptures found in the area are far superior to the Amravati sculptures. The Madipi village in the Tripura Rangam Mandal is a mirror image. The Madappi village is the area where he lived when he left the kingdom according to the lost Brahminicai bet. The Tripura Randam came to be known as the town where the village was built near the terraced fields. In that village Brahmanaay Chennakeshvaswamy temple was constructed. It is said that the Brahman himself had brought the statue to the idol. The Mutupalli village is located in the Chananganjam district and is one of the leading trading centers in the city .Here the pearls were sold in the streets and sold out. Before the village there were names like Mukulapuram and Pusalpuram. Researchers believe that the Greek sailor named Hestaris could be the Molupalli village of Mesolia, mentioned in his work. One of the most difficult towns today is called the culmination. It has historic evidence that it is once the Pallava Cholas, Kakatiya, Yadavas, Reddy Rajagopalas, Vijayanagadis, Nawabs, British imperialists and Zamindars. The royal palace built between the two high hills and the Kangigai and built the royal palace..

Celebrities

The birthplace of famous people is the area here. The world’s most famous engineer is Mokshagundam Vishvasvaraya ancestral constituency in the constituency of the district. The prominent warrior Thagaraju is the ancestor of the ancestors of the half-hearted zone.

Tanguturi Prakasam pamtulu garu : 

Prakasam pants birth place nagukuppalapalapadapalam zone entertainment. He was born on August 23, 1872, to Tanguturi Gopalakrishnaiah and Subbumma. In his father’s death, he grew up in the middle of the school and studied basic education. Matric, passed the FA. Later he graduated from Law College, Madras. He started practice as a lawyer in Rajahmundry from 1894 and earned a good name. He practiced as a lawyer for 14 years and went to England to qualify as an advocate in the Madras High Court. He was attracted to his national movements who met Gandhji for the first time in the London Navy. Four years before independence he served as president of the state Congress. He served as Chief Minister of the state of Madras, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, as the capital of Kurnool. The Satyagraha camp at Devarampu was attended by the then independent movement leaders Konda Venkatappaiah, DesaiDarakara Kashinathani Nageswara Rao, National Congress President Dr. Babu Rajendra Prasad, Jalagam Vengalaravu and others. Establishing Swarajya magazine and spreading national sentiments across the country. He died on May 20, 1950

Dugigala Gopalakrishnaiah :

Durgigala Gopalakrishna is credited with providing a spirit of fighting to the people of this region with the Chirala and Paras movement. In 1921, two villages were set up and Ramanagar was set up to settle the tax hike. It is the most rare event in Independence of the history of history. It is recognized as the earliest place in India in this period. Tuggala Gopalakrishnaiah went to Barampore in September 1921 and addressed the magistrate’s orders. Gopalakrishnaiah park was built in the charios for the whole of Mahanayana. This is still the main park in town.

Sheikh Chinamoulana :

Padmashri Sheikh Chinamulana Saheb is credited as the leading Nathaswara scholar to Karavadi village. He was awarded Padma Shri from the then Vice President BD Jetti in 1972 and has been awarded various awards in the year 1985 by Shankaradyil Sharma.

Bhanumathi Ramakrishna :

Vadushimani Bhanumathi Muddapadu Mandalam Doddavaram village She is the first woman head of Asia on the continent and the woman who has a reputation as a director. She has produced 35 artworks. Kalaimamani and Padshashri Awards came from herself.

D Ramanaidu :

Dadasaheb Phalke Award recipient Dr. Dagugapati Ramanaidu is a resident of Karanche. Whether it is the creation of NTR and Jamuna Krishna Thulabharam. Although Premnagar was created with Akkineni and Vayalis, it is owned by Ramana. The movie, which has taken pictures in all the languages of the country.

Darsi Chenchaiah:

Darisha was born in a traditional family of kungiri. In 1913 he graduated from Agricultural University of Logos University, USA. In 1913, he entered the Ghadar Party and occupied Burma and attacked the Englishmen, pistols and some of the revolutionaries. However, they were sentenced to four years in jail for treason. After his release, he was honored at Guntur, headed by Patriarch Konda Venkatappayyagari. He is the author of the I-My Country book which is well-known.