Annareddygudem

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Annareddygudem
అన్నారెడ్డిగూడెం
village
Annareddygudem is located in Andhra Pradesh
Annareddygudem
Annareddygudem
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 16°59′29″N 79°17′34″E / 16.991524°N 79.292804°E / 16.991524; 79.292804Coordinates: 16°59′29″N 79°17′34″E / 16.991524°N 79.292804°E / 16.991524; 79.292804
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Nalgonda
Talukas Annareddygudem (00812000 Village code according to government of India )
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 508001
Telephone code 08682
Website www.argnlg.blogspot.com

Annareddygudem is a village of the Nalgonda district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.[1]

This village is famous for a home-made medicine, Naatu vaidhyamu, which is used to cure dog bite. In this village, the medicine is prepared by different families of the Reddy caste (mostly bodanams[who?]).[citation needed]

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Sarpanch:

(From 2013)Bodanam AnjiReddy (Congress with support of CPM) won over Bodanam Venkat Reddy (TRS) by 3 votes on 27-07-2013

(2008-2013) Teegala Sreeraamulu (CPM) over Mamidi Peddulu (Congress)

(2003-2008)Bodanam Sattemma (Congress

(1999-2003)Batthula Bakkaiah (CPM)

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