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The 1st Chief Minister of Justice Party Government in the Madras Province was Subbarayalu Reddiar.

The 1st President of Andhra Congress Circle was Nyayapati Subba Rao.

The 1st Deputy Chief Minister of Andhra State was Dr. N. Sanjeeva Reddy.

The 1st Governor of Andhra Pradesh was C.M.Trivedi.

Dr. Pattabhi Seetharamaiah wrote the History of Indian National Congress.

The editor of ‘Andhra Prakasika’ was A.C. Parthasarathi Naidu.

C. Rajagopalachari was the chief minister of Madras Presidency in 1937.

The ceded districts were named as ‘Rayalaseema’ by Gadicherla Hari sarvothama Rao.

Samastha Gandharva Vidya Kovida’ chellavva was the court musician of Chalukya Bhima.

Kurnool was the capital of Andhra State.

Sri Venkateswara University was established in the year 1954.

Sri Baghpact was made in the year 1937.

The Editor of the Urdu daily newspaper ‘Rayyat’ was M.Narsinga Rao.

The Vira Siromantapa at Srisailam was constructed by Anavema Reddy.

The Kohinoor diamond was discovered in the diamond mines at Kolluru.

The Italian traveller who visited South India during the reign of Devaraya-II was Nicolo Conti.

The musical instrument ‘Jalakaranda’ was referred in the Kakatiya inscription of Dharmasagaram.

According to Kridabhiramam, Orugallu was known as an adobe of drama artists/actors.

Chin Qilich Khan was the founder of Hyderabad State.

The main point of difference between Nizam Ali of Hyderabad and the English was ‘The Northern Circar’.

Moturpha indicates Tax on looms.

The Wahabi movement was Anti-British.

The Poligars of Rayalaseema were suppressed by Thomas Munro.

The Christian missionaries did considerable service in spreading education in Andhra.

The Rampa rebellion took place in 1879.

Anantapur was made headquarter of ceded region.

The 1st novel written in Telugu literature by Veeresalingam was Rajasekhara Charitram.

Rev-Nobel established a school at Machilipatnam in 1843.

The Hyderabad Nizam College was established in 1887.

The 1st Telugu journal that was published from Bellary was Satya Doota.

The Gentle men’s Agreement was made in 1956.

Bipin Chandrapal’s tour of Andhra was organised by Mutnuri Krishna Rao.

N.G.Ranga led the Kisan and agrarian movements in Andhra.

National college in Machilipatnam was started in 1910.

The Anti-Drink and Swadeshi movements were conducted in the ceded districts by Kalluru Subba Rao.

Tanguturi Prakasam Panthulu started the English daily paper ‘Swarajya’.

C.R.Reddy was the 1st Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University.

K.Linga Raju translated Maxim Gorky’s ‘Mother’ into Telugu.

P. Ananda Charyulu was the 1st Telugu man to become the President of Indian National Congress.

The 1st Nizam Andhra Mahasabha was presided by Suravaram Pratapa Reddy.

‘Sri Krishnadevaraya Bhasha Nilayam’ was established in 1901.

Burgula Ramakrishna Rao was the 1st elected Chief Minister of Hyderabad State.

Kasim Razvi was the leader of the Razakars.

According to the puranas Pulomavi-III    was the last ruler of the Satavahanas.

‘Bhattiprolu inscription’ refers to ‘nigama-sabha’ of the Satavahana times.

‘Syadwadachala Simha’ was the title of Somadeva Suri.

Vijayapuri was the capital of the Ikshvakus.

Vengi was the capital city of the Salankayanas.

The language used in the inscriptions of Satavahanas is Prakrit.

Saivisam was patronised by the Salankayanas.

Gungaga Vijayaditya was the greatest of the kings of Eastern Chalukyan dynasty.

Rajaraja patronised Nannayabhattu.

The 1st Chalukya-Chola emperor was Kulottunga-I.

Motupalli was an important seaport in the Kakatiya Kingdom.

Jainism was patronised by the early Kakatiya Kings.

The 1000 pillared temple at Hanumakonda was constructed under the patronage of Rudradeva.

The traveller who visited Andhradesha during the reign of Rudramadevi was Marco Polo.

‘Prataparudra Yashobhushanam’ was written by Vidyanatha.

The popular religion of the Reddy period was Veerasaivism.

Pedakomati Vema Reddy was the author of Sangita Chintamani.

Erra preggada was the Vidyadhikari in the court of Prolaya Vema Reddy.

‘Meruka’ was a tax on Wet lands.

The literary work of the Reddy period which gives lot of information regarding the sea-borne trade is Haravilasam.

Coldwel argued that the Ikshvakus are originally Telugu people.

The Nasik inscription of Gautami Balasri was issued during the reign of Vasistiputra Pulomavi.

The Vijayanagara ruler who tried to strengthen his military positions by recruiting 10,000 Muslim bowmen in his army was Devaraya-II.

The Persian envoy who visited the court of Devaraya-II was Abdur Razzack.

The word ‘Salankayana’ means ‘The Holy Bull’.

Robert Sewell wrote the ‘Forgotten Empire’.

‘Sangita Sudhakaram’ a commentary on ‘Sangitaratnakara’ of Sarangadhara was written by Singabhupala-II.

Annamayya the lyric writer was a contemporary to Saluva Narasimha Raya.

Potana was the author of Virabhadra Vijayam.

‘Andhra Suratrana’ was the popular title of Kapaya Nayaka.

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