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Nellore is a city located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the headquarters of the Potti Sri Ramulu Nellore District, formerly Nellore district. It is of strategic commercial importance as it lies between the cities of Vijayawada and Chennai. It is located on the banks of the Penna river.
Nellore is also famous for its production of mica (gudur), lemon (gudur) and agricultural products such as rice and it is also famous for other temples like Narasimha Swamy Konda, Jonnavada Kamakshi Ammavari temple, Ayyappa Temple, Golagamudi Venkaya Swami Temple.
Nellore is also known for aquaculture and called as Aquaculture capital of India. It is one of the fastest developing cities in Andhra Pradesh
Nellore Real Estate Consultancy, for which future is like an open land where opportunities and growth are built with people, passion and perfection as the core foundations.
We use both modern and traditional materials to build fully functional homes paying attention to the smallest detail as well as to our customers needs.
Our customers are the inspiration behind our company. Our goal is to deliver quality of layouts with continuous improvement.
History Of Nellore
Nellore District formed part of the composite Madras State until 1 October 1953. On 1 November 1956, when the states were reorganized on a linguistic basis, this district came under Andhra Pradesh. The city of Nellore attained the status of a Municipal Corporation in 2004. This area is rich in particular kind of flint called quartzite, out of which prehistoric man made his weapons and implements.
Nellore played a major role in the formation of Andhra Pradesh state.
Potti Sriramulu, a Telugu patriot and activist, who fasted to death for the formation of Andhra Pradesh state within the Indian Union was born in Nellore. Nellore also has strategic commercial importance as it lies between the cities of Vijayawada and Chennai.
This District has Historical importance. This place was under the rule of Satavahanas, Cholas, Pallavas, Telugu Chodas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara kings, Golkonda Nawabs and Britishers. Nellore Town is also called as Vikrama Simhapuri. This was under the rule of Manuma Siddhi in the 13th century. During this period Thikkana Somayagi was the Minister in the Royal court. He completed 15 cantos of Maha Bharat started by Nanaiah. Thikkana who hails from this district first wrote Nirvachanothara Ramayanam
With the rise of the Mauryan Empire, Nellore seems to have come under its influence and was part of the Ashokan empire in the third century B.C. The district was next included in the Pallava dominion between the fourth and sixth centuries A.D. With the dawn of the seventh century, the political centre of Gravity of the Pallavas shifted to the south and weakened their power, the north. During the British period, the district tasted the blessings of settled peace, the only event of any political importance being the sequestration in 1838, of the Jagir of Udaygiri, owing to its title holder's participation in a conspiracy, engineered by the Nawab of Kurnool, against the ruling power. After the district came under the British administration, the jurisdiction of the district did not undergo any major changes, but for the transfer of Ongole taluk in 1904 to Guntur district when it was newly constituted. During British period, 'Nellore' was the only education center in the regions that constituted the current day Andhra Pradesh.