Tadepalle, Guntur district
|Elevation||19 m (62 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
The origin of the name is believed to be related to the Palm tree 'Tathi' and 'palle' meaning village. Tadepalli is on the southern bank of the Krishna River and Vijayawada city. The Canal flowing through the town is named as Madras Kaluva(Buckingham Canal) - as it goes until Madras (Chennai). Tadepalli, along with Tenali was an 'Agraharam' - or endowed land to Sanskrit Scholars during the classical Sri Krishnadevaraya period.
Tadepalle or Tadepalli(802975) in Guntur district is located at  It has an average elevation of 6 meters (22 feet)..
As of 2011[update] Census of India, the town had a population of 54,406, of which males are 27,149, females are 27,257 and the population under 6 years of age are 6,078. The average literacy rate stands at 75.93 percent, with 36,694 literates.
- Banana Market in Tadepalli is famous for Bananas in the Coastal Region as well as exports to distant places like Tamil Nadu, Kurnool, Visakhapatnam, Orissa. Even the Rose Flower market is also a great exporter of Rose flowers.
Places of interest
Tadepalli is a cultural heritage place, wherein Temples, Churches, Mosques spread across the town. One of them being The Undavalli Caves, a monolithic Indian rock-cut architecture, located in the village of Undavalli.
- K. Anji Reddy, the founder of Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
- Chinna Jeeyar Swamy, a profound Sanskrit scholar, started the JET (Jeeyar Educational Trust) in 1982 at Sithanagaram.
- Goli Seshaiah, the founder of Goli Seshaiah & Brothers. The group is over 100 years in handloom textiles.