Mangalagiri - Town in Guntur district

Mangalagiri is a town in Guntur district, means the Auspicious Hill, was under the control of Golkonda Nawabs. The town is the headquarters of Mangalagiri mandal, has a total road length, is having many schools, colleges. Etymology Mangalagiri translates to the Auspicious Hill in the local language. The hill was visited by the great Sri Krishna Deva Raya. Mangalagiri Municipality is the civic body of the town. Municipality received Green Leaf Awards in the 2015 category in 2015. Mangalagiri town is a part of Mangalagiri assembly constituency. Alla Rama Krishna Reddy is the present MLA of the constituency. Lakshmi Naramisha Temple is the abode of Lord Vishnu. Mangalagiri bus station is owned operated by Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation. The station is equipped with a bus depot for operation. Mangalagiri International Cricket Stadium is under construction in Mangalagiri. Inscription has 143 lines contains the donations, contains names of royal three personalities viz. Vijayanagar Samantha king Tirumala Raju donated 200 kunchams of land. Tirumala Rayalu was a feudatory of the Vijayanagara kingdom. Place is of the important one 8 Mahakshetrams in India. Dhwajasthambham was erected in front of the temple. Siddhiraju Thimmarajayya Devara granted a total of 200 kunchams land. The jaggery water is poured into the mouth of the Lord. Yudhishtira is said to be the founder of the chief image. The Kancheepuram Architects suggested to dig a tank, the opposite tower.

Town in Guntur district, Civic body of the town, Part of Mangalagiri assembly constituency, Control of Golkonda Nawabs, Construction in Mangalagiri