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Montage of Pulivendula clockwise from top to bottom: Town view from a park, Municipal office Entrance, Loyola Polytechnic college Building, CSI Town church, R&B Guest House, Govindaraja Textiles Entrance
|• Body||Nagar Palika|
|• Member of Legislative Assembly||Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy |
|• Total||87.17 km2 (33.66 sq mi)|
|Elevation||272 m (892 ft)|
|• Density||900/km2 (2,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Pulivendula is a town in Kadapa district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. According to ancient sayings, the name comes from "Puli Mandala" (meaning group of tigers), which was a forested area populated by tigers, so gradually came to be known as Pulivendula. It is located in Pulivendula mandal of Jammalamadugu revenue division.
Pulivendula is located at  It has an average elevation of 272 meters (895 feet)..
Pulivendula Town is well-known in the state of Andhra Pradesh as the birthplace of some important politicians. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy was one of the Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh from 2004 to 2009, and he was elected again as a chief minister in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2009, but he died three months later in a helicopter crash near Nallamala forest on September 2, 2009. His son Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy, President of YSR Congress, is the present opposition leader in the Andhra Pradesh State Assembly.
Pulivendula has good infrastructure compared to other places in the Rayalaseema region, including wide roads, an underground drainage system and a ring road. Pulivendula is connected to Kadapa by a four-lane road, like a national highway. All nearby villages are connected to Pulivendula by double roads.
Pulivendula municipality is the civic body of the town, and it oversees civic needs such as water supply, sewage, and garbage collection. Pulivendula is included in the Jammalamadugu revenue division.
Pulivendula has recreation places like parks, a craft village called Silparamam, and several temples, mosques and churches.
On August 23, 2007, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) gave approval for the establishment of a uranium mine and processing plant at Mabbuchintalapalli-Tummalapalle, about 15 km south of Pulivendula, at a total cost of 11.06 billion rupees ($269.9 million). The plant was established by the Uranium Corporation of India. The cornerstone was laid on 20 November 2007 by Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
Large deposits of natural uranium were found in the Tummalapalle belt in Andhra Pradesh's southern Kadapa basin in March 2011. These reserves may prove to be among the top 20 most plentiful in the world.
The Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research (AMD) of India, which explores uranium in the country, has so far discovered 44,000 tonnes of natural uranium (U3O8) in just 15 km of the 160-km-long belt.
Primary and secondary school education is provided by government, aided, and private schools, according to Andhra Pradesh's School Education Department. The language of instruction in various schools is English or Telugu. Pulivendula Consist of Loyola Degree and Polytechnic College and private colleges and schools.
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Bus transport is available from the bus station.
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