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Narasaraopet or Narasaraopeta is a town, mandal and a municipality in Guntur districtmarker in the Indianmarker state of Andhra Pradeshmarker.

Geography

Narasaraopet is located at . It has an average elevation of 55 metres (180 feet).

Demographics

 India census, Narasaraopet city had a population of 95,002. Males constitute 50% of the population and females 50%. Narasaraopet city has an average literacy rate of 74%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 78%, and female literacy is 69%. In Narasaraopet, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age. The population of Narasaraopet, as estimated in late 2009, is 2
,30,000.

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Assembly Constituency

Narasaraopet is an assembly constituency in Andhra Pradesh.

List of Elected Members:

Features

Its post code is 522601, STD Code is +91 8647. It is located 45 km from Guntur Citymarker and 250 km south east of Hyderabadmarker. This city established in 18th century.It has been called as gateway of Palnadu. Recently celebrated its bicentenary. It is the headquarters of Revenue division of the west part of the district. Kotappakonda, Guttikonda and Chejarla have been the important pious pilgrim centres located in its Assembly Constituency. It has been one of the education centres in the district. Its importance in the political field was created by Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, the former Chief Minister, who hailed from and represented this consistency. The original name of Narasaraopet is "Atluru". Later in the name of late Zamindar (Raja Narasarao), it is changed to Narasaraopet.

Educational Institutions

It is also known for its famous educational institutions. Many students of Narasaraopet have achieved state and national level ranks in various academic examinations.schoolsMunicipal High schoolThis is the oldest and biggest school in Narasaraopet. located in the centre of the city. The school has more than 50 class rooms, a library and spacious compound.



Sindhu Educational Institutions is the most famous school in NRT (Narasaraopet). It's having 4 branches and more than 3000 students strength.Sindhu's prestigious reputation can be attributed to its alumni, working in top positions in some of the best firms across the globe.



Other schools :



Sindhu Educational Institutions

Swami Residential School

S.R.K.O.High School(Sanskrit School)

Sri Saraswathi Sisu Mandir

Siddardha Vidyalayam

Kamala convent

St'josephs High School

St'Anns High School

Sri Sarma Convents

Deepthi public school

Hindu school

Sai ram school

Sharma convent

Maruthi convent

USha public school

Hird high school

Municipal high school

Sarada convent

Blind School

Sarada Vidyalayam

St'maris School

Vani convent

Pavuluri subbarao school

Royal academy

Z.P.High School Sankara BharathiPuram

Sri Krishnaveni Talent School

S.K.R.B.R. High school

Oxford IIT concept school

Bhashyam school

Kesav Public School

Surya Tecno School

care public school

Tiny Tots school

integrated high school



Govt and Aided Colleges :

SS&N college

PNC&KR college

NBT college

Reddy college(SKRBR COLLEGE)

Hird college

St'Anns College for Girls



Private Colleges :

bhavana ac academy

Vikas Arts College

Krishna Veni Junior college

Sarada Junior college

Vasavi Junior college

Krishna Chaitanya Junior College

margadharsi Junior College



Engineering Colleges :

Narasaraopeta Engineering College (NEC)

Narasaraopet Institute of Technology (NIT)

Amara Institute of Engineering and Technology (AIET)

RR Institute of Engineering and Sciences(RRES)



Krishnaveni College of Engineering for Girls

EVM Engineering College

Naveen Engineering college

ESWAR college of engineering



Tirumala Engineering college

Mittapalli College of Engineering for Girls



Pharmacy Colleges :

AM Reddy Memorial College of Pharmacy

Narasaraopet Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Sidhartha pharmacy college />

Celebrated Bicentenary

Narasaraopet town in Andhra Pradesh, birth place of such distinguished personalities as K Brahmananada Reddy, former AP Chief Minister, S Narasimha Reddy,Konda Venkatapaiah and Annapragada Kameswara Rao, freedom fighters, and flautist-poet-music director Dr Elchuru Vijayaraghava Rao, is celebrating its bicentenary. The festivities were inaugurated by AP Governor Krishan Kant. A colourful march past was taken out on the occasion and a pylon was unveiled in the municipal office premises today. Vijayaraghava Rao and Rajah Malraju Vijayakrishna Gunda Rao, erstwhile zamindar of Narasaraopet, were among those who were felicitated. From Narasaraopet it is 15km kotappa konda is located it is very famous.

Tourism & Places of Interest

Kotappakonda: 11km from Narasarao pet town. A famous Pilgrimage center for Lord Siva devotees. The God here is famous as Lord Trikoteswara Swamy. The height of the Kotappa Konda or Kotappa hill is 1587 feet and the Temple of Sri Trikoteswara Swamy is at the height of 600 feet. According to the inscriptions, the temple was in existence even before 1172 A.D. Kulothunga Chola's inscription date 1172 A.D. reveals the history of this temple. After that Raja Mallaraju renovated it in 1763. Wherever we see the temple we can see three places at a time. They are called Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra peaks. That’s why this temple is called as ‘Trikotadrai’. Sivaratri festival is celebrated on a grand scale here. Gods on the three peaks are known by different names Brahma Sikaramu (Trikoteswarudu) Rudra Sikaramu (Papa Koteswarudu) Vishnu Sikaramu (PapaVishnu Saneswarudu). Mahasivaratri, which falls during February-March, is the important festival celebrated here with great devotion and fervor every year and a large number of devotees throng the place. The sleepy village comes alive on the eve of Mahasivaratri. Milling crowds occupy every inch of the space on and around the hill.'Prabhas', rectangular frames tapering at the top made of bamboo and decorated with colored cloth and paper, of different sizes are taken in procession as part of the festival. Most of them are 60 to 70 feet high and are carried by the devotees. But the giant prabhas, rising to a height of over 100 feet, are carried on decorated and lighted bullock carts accompanied by a large following. They are placed on a meadow at the foot of the hill. Large manpower, money and material is needed to erect these prabhas and promote a spirit of cooperation and unification enthusing the villagers. Uppalapadu is just 3km from Narasaraopet close to vinkonda road.Guthikonda: Close to Karampudi, 38 km from Narasaraopet Guthikonda caves are located amidst dense forest. The environment here is serene and legend has it that many Rishis meditated here for centuries. The place is also popularly known as Dakshina Kasi. The famous Guthikonda Bilam is still a place of deep mystery attracting the intrepid and curious tourist to explore.

Transport

earlier during 1940s P.Sowraiah &Bros were operating the Bus services to Palnadu villages from Narasaraopet. Narasraopet is the gateway of Palnadu.

Narasaraopet having APSRTC Depot.Bus services are available to all big towns.It is in the Hyderabad-Chirala & Vijayawada-Srisailam route so many Buses available to reach here 24X7.

Narasaraopet Railway Station is situated on the Guntakalmarker-Vijayawadamarker rail route and is a part of Guntur divisionmarker of South Central Railway. Train connections include Amaravati Express, Prasanthi Express, Howra-Vasco Da Gama Express, Guntur-Guntakal Passenger, Guntur-Hubli Passenger and Yesvantpur-Guntur Passenger Guntur-Dronachalam-Secundrabad Passenger.

The railway station is about 24 km from Chezerla. Guntur Junction Railway Station is 40 km to the north-east of Narasaraopet. Donakonda Railway Station is the main station to the south-west of Narasaraopet.

Vijayawada Airport is the nearest airport.

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