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Pamarru is located in Andhra Pradesh
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 16°19′37″N 80°57′40″E / 16.327°N 80.961°E / 16.327; 80.961Coordinates: 16°19′37″N 80°57′40″E / 16.327°N 80.961°E / 16.327; 80.961
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Krishna district
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 521157
Telephone code 08674
Vehicle registration AP16
Nearest city Machilipatnam - 27 km & Vijayawada -38km
Lok Sabha constituency Machilipatnam
Vidhan Sabha constituency Pamarru
Climate Hot in Summer and moderate during rest of year, (Köppen)

Pamarru is a constituency and panchayat village and mandal (tehsil) in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India. The former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. T. Ramarao, was educated in the village. The village was called Pamulamarri, and later Pamarri, before becoming known as Pamarru. The village has an old and locally famous Shivalayam (Shiva temple).

Irrigation with Pulleru and nagileru passing through this village. NH214 starts from this place and connects it to Katthipudi. Four roads junction in this village connectig to Machilipatnam towards the east, Vijayawada towards the west, Avanigadda towards the south and Gudivada towards the north. When entering this village from Vijayawada you can find beautiful green fields on one side and pulleru which is a stream of water from river Krishna on the other side.

Mahatma Gandhi visited the place during the struggle for freedom twice. Famous historical places like Hamsaladeevi (Krishan rivers joins Bay of Bengal), Srikakulam (place where srikrishna devaraya wrote amukthamalyada - srikakuleswara temple) are close to this place. Sree Veerabrahmendra Swamy temple at Yalakuru is located in a devine peaceful environment and is spreading across the devine Govindamamba Veerabrahmendra Mahamantra.

Gaffar Center is famous business cirle of the village.

Villages in Pamarru mandal[edit]

The following is a list of villages in this mandal. [1]

  1. Addada
  2. Ainampudi
  3. Balliparru
  4. Jujjavaram
  5. Kanumuru
  6. Kapavaram
  7. Komaravolu
  8. Kondiparru—It is located at 16°19′40.35″N 80°58′49.97″E / 16.3278750°N 80.9805472°E / 16.3278750; 80.9805472 around 2 to 3 km from Pamarru. Most people work in Agriculture. Population is around 2000-2500. The government operates a Telugu medium school. Village income comes from property tax and fishing. The major festival is Ganganamma Jathara. The recently reconstructed historical temple is Sri Bramarambha Sametha Mallikarjuna Swamy (Sivalayam). Other temples include Ganganamma, Hanuman and two Ramalayams, one maintained by Brahmins and another by Naidus. Another reconstructed temple, Kodhandaa Ramalayam is maintained by Reddys. One notable is Dr. Y. S. Rajsekhar Reddy, former state chief minister.
  9. KothaPedamaddali
  10. Kurumaddali
  11. Mallavaram
  12. Masakapalli
  13. Mir Imampalem
  14. Nimmakuru
  15. Nemmaluru
  16. Nibhanupudi
  17. Pamarru
  18. Pasumarru
  19. Pedamaddali
  20. Polavaram
  21. Prakarla
  22. Raparla
  23. Rimmanapudi
  24. Undrapudi
  25. Uruturu
  26. Yelakurru
  27. Zamidaggumilli
  28. Zamigolvepalli


  1. ^ "Villages in Pamarru mandal vanisadan are also in Pamarru.". Retrieved 2007-02-22.