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Sirnapally Rani or Seelam Janaki Bai of Siranapally Dynasty was a landlord family and owned thousands of acres in the pre-independence era. Seelam Janaki built a pond that flows into Ramadugu Project. She constructed multiple ponds, including Manchippa Cheruvu (Pond) for drinking water.
Seelam/Sheelam Raja Ramalinga Reddy and Rani Janaki Bai were landlords in Sirnapally village. Their son Seelam Rram Boopal Reddy was a retired IAS officer.
A great granddaughter of Janaki Bai is Anuradha Reddy, who became the convenor for the Indian National Trust for Culture and Heritage chapter of Hyderabad.