Biridepalli

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Biridepalli is a popular surname in Andhra Pradesh, India. This is generally used by the Kamma (Chowdary) community in Andhra Pradesh, especially in the Rayalaseema area. The ancestors of the Biridepallis were from a village called Chandrayana palli near Puttaparthi (a popular holy place). There are many families with this surname living in various places of the Ananthapur district, Kurnool and Hyderabad.

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Many Biridepalli families are living in Amidala Village near Uravakonda Mandal in Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh. Biridepalli families are landlords, they have been farming since decades. There are engineers and entrepreneurs in the family, some have been living in Europe and United States.