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Chandole is well known for its history and culture. Its history takes back us past 400 years. During SriKrishna devaraya time this village was mainly used as a route to go to different places and was well established for its trade. There is a famous temple which has its roots 400 years and before.
Urdu and Telugu are the primary languages in the village.
The name of the town Chandole echoes with the name of a prominent spiritual personality and a Vedic scholar Sri Tadepalli Raghavanarayana Saastri who lived here for entire life. Subrahmanya Saastri a disciple of Chandole Rishi has written Pita Putra Kavisvarulu-Chandolu Maharashulu. His another disciple late Cheruvu Satyanaarayana Saastri has also written a similar text namely, Pitaputra Kavicharitramu in Telugu on Chandole Saastri. Neelamraju Venkata Seshaiah, formerly an editor of Andhra Prabha, a renowned Telugu daily published from The Indian Express group that time, offered a couple of instances that explained the spiritual heights Chandole Rishi ascended during his lifetime in his famous book published in Telugu namely Nadiche Devudu.
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- Subrahmanya Saastri, Mellacheruvu (2005). Pita Putra Kavisvarulu-Chandolu Maharashulu, Saadhana Grandha Mandali, Tenali, 522 201, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
- Cheruvu Satyanaarayana Saastri (1995).Pitaputra Kavicharitramu. Sri Rama Kathamrita Grandhamaala, Chandole, Tenali
- Neelamraju Venkata Seshaiah (2009) Nadiche Devudu (Walking God) Janachaitanya Housing Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad