Telugu literature is the body of works written in the Telugu language. It consists of poems, short stories , novels, plays, and song lyrics, among others. While there is some indication that Telugu literature dates at least to the middle of the first millennium, the first extant works are from the 11th century when the Mahabharata was first translated to Telugu from Sanskrit by Nannaya. The language experienced a golden age under the patronage of the Vijayanagara king-poet Krishnadevaraya. In the 19th century, Telugu underwent a renaissance, with a renewed interest in classical forms and the introduction of the printing press and new forms like the novel.
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The town also forms a part of Godavari Urban Development Authority. Geography Peddapuram is located at It has an average elevation of 35 metres feet. Demographics As of Census of India, the town had a population of 49, The total population constitute, 24, males, 25, females and 4, children, in the age group of 0—6 years.
The average literacy rate stands at The fort of Peddapuram was built by him. He ruled the estate from to From to the estate was ruled by Sri Vatsavai Raya Jagapati. One of the princes of this dynasty was separated from here and started ruling an independent kingdom named as Kottam estate of East Godavari near Rowtulapudi-kota nandur, and their generation never came back—they settled there—and they ruled until the end of the princely states.
By the time of the Peddapuram Estate extended from Totapalli to Nagaram encompassing villages and towns. During the British rule, Sri Raya Jagapati was chosen to take over the estate in She founded two trusts for the poor, one in Peddapuram and another in Kattipudi in East Godavari. Even today the poor are fed for free twice a day. With no heir, the estate was briefly ruled by Sri Suryanarayana Jagapati Bahadur until , when it was taken over completely by the British East India Company and made the town a revenue division and built the Munsif court.
Pandavula Metta is located in Peddapuram and has a mythical history. You can find some ancient caves with the supposed footprints of Bhima Pandavas. For more details on the history of Pandavula Metta visit the link: test. Civic administration Peddapuram municipality was established in and became the second oldest municipality after Bheemunipatnam in Andhra Pradesh. Initially the British appointed Sri V. Sri Goli Pedda Kondayya was the first one direct elected as Chairman of the municipality.
Education The first school was established here in Peddapuram in by the Andhra Evangelical Lutheran Church Society which also had boarding facilities. Among the eminent personalities who studied in this school include Archbishop Marampudi Joji and M. Victor Paul. The primary and secondary school education is imparted by government, aided and private schools, under the School Education Department of the state. The medium of instruction followed by different schools are English, Telugu.
Ranga Agricultural University. Sri Veerraju High School is one of the oldest school which is imparting elementary and high school education to many students without any profit motive. College has completed 50 years; it celebrated its Golden Jubilee on 4 February by its old students association, considered a very prestigious college, was established in by Sri S.
In order to provide good quality modern education to the talented children predominantly from the rural areas, without regard to their family socio-economic conditions, the Government of India established Navodaya Vidyalayas, on an average, one in each district of the country during the 7th Five Year Plan period and Peddapuram was selected to establish Navodaya Vidyalaya.
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya. Peddapuram Religion Travel. It has an average elevation of 35 metres feet Demographics As of Census of India, the town had a population of 49, Tags: Buddhist caves.
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