T. Naidu Palem

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T. Naidu Palem
తూర్పు నాయుడు పాలెం
Village
T. Naidu Palem is located in Andhra Pradesh
T. Naidu Palem
T. Naidu Palem
T. Naidu Palem is located in India
T. Naidu Palem
T. Naidu Palem
Coordinates: 15°23′21.24″N 80°02′17.24″E / 15.3892333°N 80.0381222°E / 15.3892333; 80.0381222Coordinates: 15°23′21.24″N 80°02′17.24″E / 15.3892333°N 80.0381222°E / 15.3892333; 80.0381222
Country India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Prakasam
Region Coastal Andhra (కోస్తా)
Mandal Tangutur
Population (2010)
 • Total 2,000
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 523272
Telephone code (+91)8592[1]
Parliament constituency Ongole
Assembly constituency Kondepi
Distance from Ongole 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) S (land)

T. Naidu Palem (Telugu: తూర్పు నాయుడు పాలెం) (TNP) in its full form is known as Turpu Naidu Palem, turpu in Telugu meaning East. It is a small village located in Tangutur Mandal, Prakasam district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. T Naidu palem is located near the bay of Bengal coast. Ethamukkala beach is just 10 km from this village. Adjacent to the village is an Indian Oil Corporation refinery station.

Geography[edit]

T. Naidu Palem is located at 15°23′21″N 80°02′17″E / 15.3892333°N 080.0381222°E / 15.3892333; 080.0381222 (15.3892333, 080.0381222).[2]

TNP has two ponds. one is located in the center of the village. And the second pond exists on the outer edge of the village adjacent to National Highway 5, which is called as Koneru(కోనేరు) is the major supplier of drinking water to the villagers.

TNP is a green village with so many coconut trees and tamarind trees.

TNP road with Tamarind trees on both sides

Transportation[edit]

TNP has road network. NH5/GT8 (Kolkata-Visakhapatnam-Vijayawada-Ongole-Nellore-Chennai) passes through this village. This village is situated in between ongole and Tangutur, is 12 km distance from Ongole and 5 km distance from Tangutur. The Famous Temple Valluru in Prakasam district is about 4 km from TNP.

Transport by road from TNP to all the places of interest is available in the form of Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) buses. There is no railway station in this village. To get the rail transportation, people has to go to either Ongole, Tangutur or Singarayakonda. Presently there is City Bus running from T.Naidu Palem to Karavadi Railway Station via Valluru, Z.P.Office, RIMS, Prakasam Bhavan, Prakasam RTC Bustand, Throvagunta, Karavadi Village by APSRTC. The Bus Route Number is 2A/ 2B (ONGOLE APSRTC BUS DEPOT - ONGOLE CITY).

Climate[edit]

  • Summer : This season lasts from March to June
  • Winter : Winter extends from October–February
  • Rainy Season : This starts from July and continues till September.[3][4]

Rain storms and cyclones are common in the region during the rainy season, which starts with the monsoons in early June. The cyclones could occur any time of the year, but commonly between August and November.

Economy[edit]

This village holds a huge middle class, major source of income is agriculture (Tobacco). Due to the proximity of towns like Ongole and Tangutur, the inhabitants have more opportunities compared to other villages.

Agriculture[edit]

There are many inhabitants of the village that are farmers. They grow the various crops listed below.

Crops Vegetables Leaves Fruits
  • Gongura
  • Amaranthus (Thotakura)
  • Palak (Palakura)

Politics[edit]

TNP is politically active village with majority of Voters and Leaders supports either TDP or Congress parties. Some of the political figures from this village are:

Late Sri Damacharla Anjaneyulu

  • 1994-1999 - TDP M.L.A from Kondapi
  • 1999-2004 - TDP M.L.A from Kondapi
  • 2004 - TDP M.L.A Contestant from Kondapi, Lost
  • 2001-2004 - State Minister for Endowments

Sri Damacharla Janardhana Rao grandson of Damacharla Anjaneyulu, is the Prakasam district Telugu Desam Party president.

  • 2012 by-elections - TDP M.L.A Contestant from Ongole, Lost.
  • 2014 - TDP M.L.A from Ongole.

Dr Dola Sree Bala Veeranjaneya Swamy son of Dola Kotaiah Siddhanthi contested from kondapi assembly constituency in 2009 general electinos as a candidate of TELUGU DESAM PARTY,lost .Present TELUGU DESAM PARTY KONDAPI CONSTITUENCY INCHARGE.

  • 2014 - Elected as M.L.A From Kondapi.

Elected officials[edit]

These are the current elected officials of the village:

  • Vice Sarpanch: Damacharla Aneel Bau (from 2013)
  • Ward Members: Tallapaneni Vijaya Kumari (from 2013)

Educational Institutions[edit]

No School Name Code Type Range Address Other details
1 Mandal Parishad Primary School 0848023 [5] Primary Class I- Class V T.N.Palem(H) 40 students enrolled
2 Mandal Parishad Primary School 0848024 [6] Primary Class I- Class V Near Pond 45 students enrolled
3 Zilla Parishad High School 0848604 [7] Secondary Class VI- Class X Next to NH 5 181 students enrolled

The village two Telugu medium primary schools and one other Telugu medium Secondary school.

Z.P. High School has the history of providing quality education for over 50 years. High school has facilities like good teaching faculty, very nice playground, and computers. Students of this school are not only from this village, also from neighbouring villages (Mallavarappadu, Siva Puram, Sura Reddy Palem).

Ten to fifteen years back, this school had the strength of around 500 students. But later, it drastically fell down to around 100. This is because of less quality in Govt. school education, parents passionate about the corporate schools and English medium. With the support of Govt/interested parties and regularization of private schools, Govt. funded schools can regain their fame.

Major curricular activities[edit]

  • Volleyball
  • Cricket
  • Chess
  • Carr-om Board
  • Badminton
  • Swimming
  • Playing Cards
  • Some other village games like Seven Stones etc.

Church[edit]

  • Telugu Baptist church

(Paster::Rev.T.Daivadeenam [Since 2010])

Hindu Temples[edit]

There are a good number of temples in this village as follows

  • Lord Shiva
  • Lord Rama
  • Lord Hanuman
  • Shirdi Sai Baba
  • Golagamudi Venkanna Swamy
  • village deity( Poleramma, Seetalamma, Bangaramma, Devara)

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