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Chinavenkannapalem is located in Andhra Pradesh
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 15°22′17″N 79°56′38″E / 15.371336°N 79.9440°E / 15.371336; 79.9440Coordinates: 15°22′17″N 79°56′38″E / 15.371336°N 79.9440°E / 15.371336; 79.9440
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Prakasam
Talukas Kondapi
 • Total 783
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 523279
Telephone code 08598

Chinavenkannapalem is a village in Kondapi in the Prakasam district, in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh State. Chinavenkannapalem is a scenic village with an abundance of lush green fields along the Musi River, a tributary of the Krishna river.


Chinavenkannapalem is located 10 km west of Tanguturu and 10 km east of Kondapi. It is located along the Tangturu Ring Road which is the center for politics, education, and telecommunications for the surrounding villages. Chinavenkannapalem is on the same road as Ongole, which is only 34 km away.[1]

The village has a large reservoir that provides water to the majority of the surrounding geographic area.


Cash crops include tobacco, subabul and peanuts. This area is also good for growing food crops like: rice and a variety of "pulses", or legumes .


Chinavenkannapalem belongs to the Kondapi Assembly constituency. Notable personalities from this village include Potu Venkaiah Late, Potu Musaliah, Potu MohanRao (MPTC 2002–2006), Babburi NarasingaRao, Potu Ramanaiah, Potu Srinivasarao, (President 2001-2010) Nageswararao Potu, Krishnaiah Babburi and Brahmaiah Estharla.


The government school for the area is located in this village. The school is run by Koteswara Rao.

Government Elementary Schools are located in the middle of the village and the SC colony.


As per the latest Census of India records, this village has 148 households with a total population of 702.[2]

Government buildings and offices[edit]

  • Telephone Exchange
  • Post Office
  • Electric sub-station
  • Library


  • Poleramma Temple
  • Rama Temple
  • Krishna Temple
  • Anjaneya swamy Temple
  • Lakshmi Narasimha swamy Temple


  1. ^ Retrieved 13 June 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "Census of India : List of Towns and Villages". Retrieved 4 October 2012.