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Andhra

Coastal Andhra is an area that forms the coastal region of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Historically, both the Coastal Andhra and Rayala Seema regions were part of the Telugu-speaking northern districts of the Madras Presidency under British rule. Telugu speaking region of Madras state was carved out to form Andhra State on 1 October, 1953. On 1 November 1956 Andhra state was merged with the Telangana region of Hyderabad State to form the single state of Andhra Pradesh.

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Andhra Muslims - Occupational Structure
... Most Andhra Muslims like rest of Andhra population are agriculturists ... Many Andhra Muslims are also found in various crafts, some passed on for generations ... Due to lack of higher education among Andhra muslims their representation among executive level jobs are limited, however many Andhra Muslims have held distinguished posts with in state and private sector ...
Lankapalli Bullayya - Life and Career
1918 in Peravali, near Vemuru, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh ... degree with honours from Andhra University, and served as principal of a B.Ed ... After the formation of Andhra Pradesh in 1953, Bullayya was appointed Director of Public Instruction ...
Coastal Andhra Districts
... Coastal Andhra Region Srikakulam District Vizianagaram District Visakhapatnam District East Godavari District West Godavari District Krishna District Guntur District Prakasam District Nellore District ...
Alaparthy
... name of a person living in the state of Andhra Pradesh or Dakshina Andhra of India ... caste or social group found largely in the Southern Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka ...
The Fourth Andhra Mahasabha At Sircilla 1935
... The fourth Andhra Mahasabha, held at Sircilla in Karimnagar district, was presided over by Madapati Hanumantha Rao in 1935, while his wife Manikyamba ... A primary form for the constitution of Andhra Mahasabha was given in this conference ... The branch of Andhra Mahasabha was opened by Kasam Shivaraja Gupta at Jagtial ...