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Coastal Andhra : Garikapadu
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Garikapadu is a small village in Jaggayyapeta Mandal, in the Khammam district of the Coastal Andhra region of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is near Madhira and Wyra.


Garikapadu is situated in AP, in the District Guntur (India). It is 11 km from Ponnur. Ponnur is small town, situated on Costal Train Highway from Calcutta to kanayakumari. It is famous for its ancient Bhavannarayan temple.

About my village

It is not associated with any historical event; however it is unique in many ways. It is important to me because my lots of memories are associated with this. This is a small village with approximately 1000 houses, which includes the 700 houses of Kammas(Chowdaries) and 150 houses of SC’s and 150 ST’s houses from the lower castes.

Education System

This village is famous for education, which has Government school established in 1964.For this school, so many students will come from different dependent villages like Telagaya palem, Pandra padu, B K palem and B.V palem etc.Even though so many privates English medium schools in the near town, It has its own uniqueness in the education.


Though it is small village, but it is unique in its structure. Here everybody is dependable on each other. Most of the lands are owned by the Kammas’s, approximately about 80%. It is difficult for them to manage all the lands. Therefore they take the help of people from lower caste. This is the main resources of earning for the people of lower caste. In this unique way all castes are totally dependable on each other. Nobody can survive without the help of other. One of the main incomes in the village is Milk.







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