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May 25, 2005

Welcome

nandyala: The place where I started my life.

Nandyala is a small town in Andhra Pradesh state in Bharath (India). I learned things here, made friends here, studied here and most importantly learned about life here. This town is a window which exposed me to the outer world and this website is a reflection of what I saw through this window. Please come in…

Filed under: People — Singari Vijay @ 4:21 am

64 Comments »

  1. Hi Indira & Vijay…
    Wow…Your work is great to see.
    I am really thrilled by seeing all your creations..
    Oh…! My people are soo great.
    Today itself,i saw your great work and felt very thrilled..
    ” CONGRATULATIONS ” .
    Neeku intha manchi vantalu vachani naaku intavaraku teleede akka…?
    from now onwards i will try your recipes…
    and Photography is marvelous…congrats to vijay…
    o.k.. i will be looking for your blogs..
    Bye with love..Geetha&Chandra.

    Comment by Geetha — June 22, 2005 @ 6:30 am

  2. Hi Vijay and Indira,

    I ran a search on google for some indian food recipes and i came across ur site. Wow! Mrs.Indira is really a good cook. The recipes on ur site really made me feel like i was back home (I m from hyd). The clarity of pics and ur description of the cooking etc is really good..especially for beginners like me.Very few sites actually use pure telugu terminology in their recipes.I was anxious & i went to ur homepage to check out some more pics. Anyway, i just felt like leaving a comment. Good Job !!!! Good Photography ! Good recipes!

    Now that i know where to look for recipes, i can cook good meals for my husband.Thanks.

    Comment by vallika — July 8, 2005 @ 5:52 pm

  3. hey Indira and Vijay,

    your recipe site absolutely rocks! It is the best :)

    Your photos are so damn good! phew! Now I am gettitng tired but can’t stop praising hehe

    Keep on guys. You rock :)

    Comment by Shalu — November 20, 2005 @ 2:06 pm

  4. Hi Indira & Vijay,

    I like ur website its very nice regarding the recipes with pictures it is really very helpful.
    I was trying to find some recipes on banana flower I tried many sites but in vain.They describe
    to remove some of the flower parts which is confusing.Since ur site have recipes with pictures
    can u look into this recipe.

    Thanks

    Comment by Sandhya — December 29, 2005 @ 5:08 pm

  5. Hi Vijay–

    Absolutely stunning photographs…May I know the camera that you are using? I am planning to buy a digital cam and your results are fantastic..

    thanks

    Comment by Deepa — February 3, 2006 @ 3:06 pm

  6. Hello Vijay and Indira,

    I will also add my accolades to the long list your site has been getting.
    BTW all my relatives come from Kurnool,koilkuntla. I myself was born in Alluru.
    So find it interesting to see people from same area.

    Anyway thought to stop by n mention that.

    Have fun.

    Ravi.

    Comment by ravi — February 19, 2006 @ 11:37 pm

  7. i was googling th’ some recipe when i came across this site…We too are from rayalaseema. seeing just the photographs is mouth watering. Really, a very good site.

    Comment by Lakshmi — February 23, 2006 @ 6:12 am

  8. Hello Vijay and Indira,

    First of all thank you for putting down those absolutely delicious simple and mouthwatering recipes online. I am newly wed and new to US and had zero experience in cooking. Your site has helped my cooking a lot! now i even host parties at home…and thanx to ur tips and detailed recipes, I have always had people praising my husband for his choice of a life partner:-)

    Comment by Mrs.Shenoy — March 6, 2006 @ 2:53 pm

  9. hi ppl,
    well i was suprised to find a site named www.nandyala.org,
    and im happy that i found it!!!!!!!
    i am an engineering student from gujarat but basically i am from adoni.
    i have had my schooling till 7th standard in nandyal and i am really happy to see pics of nandyal…….
    and about the recipes…….
    i haven’t tried them yet……but i will definetely try them once i am home,
    i do miss nandyal and my friends there(my family lives in vizag now)….

    bye
    harsha

    Comment by HarshaVardhan Reddy — March 6, 2006 @ 4:33 pm

  10. Hi Vijay, Indira,

    This is anupama from chicaho, i saw ur websites with recepies,& Byramal street , Mahanandi photos,.Its a nice website, the photos are nice.well i am also from nandyal.my parents live in Sanjeev nagar

    All the Best
    Anupama

    Comment by anupama — March 13, 2006 @ 5:35 pm

  11. Hi Vijay (and everybody who is involved in bringing up this site),

    This is a wonderful and very unique site .. especially the way food preparation is presented in various stages. Fabulous collection of recipes. When I am on this site, it feels like I am at home .. watching my mom cook (I am from Anantapur and most of these food items are prepared by my mother). I have not had a chance to go through the entire site yet. I am sure it has much more to offer. Thanks for your gift to us readers.

    Regards,
    Jaya

    Comment by Jaya Nettem — March 30, 2006 @ 3:20 pm

  12. Hello Vijay,

    surprised to see a website with name nandyala. Though I am not from there…My best gril friend is from there and I have visited the place once. Also I have very many good friends from the same place….4 of them. They will be happy to see a website with this name.

    Where do u live in nandyala….where are u now?

    Just curious. U don’t have answer this if U don’t want to.

    Regards
    Sameera

    Comment by sameera — April 8, 2006 @ 4:33 pm

  13. Hi Indira & Vijay,
    I am repeating the same wat other people said. just to give my wife a surprise I was googling for some south indian receipes and I surprised seeing a site with name Nanadyala, since I am from Cuddapah immediately opened it and cooked spinach curry.. wow it really tastes like my mom cooks.
    Thank you very much for your photos and description in Telugu terms.
    Keep it up.

    Comment by Prasad — May 9, 2006 @ 9:29 pm

  14. hi vijay and indira
    very nice recipes good that u r sharing,
    even i would like to share a couple of our authentic andhra food.
    could u pls help me how to post recipes.
    iam in london now. thanx radhika

    Comment by radhika — May 18, 2006 @ 5:27 pm

  15. Hi Mrs. Indira,

    From last two months i am a regular viewer of your site…. I am from Adoni, Kurnool now we are staying in Doha, Qatar.

    Your recipes are great and i tried some of them….

    Thanks,
    Bye,
    Vijaya

    Comment by Vijaya — June 13, 2006 @ 3:03 am

  16. Hi
    Your site is a great place to know lot of things. I am also from NANDYALA. My parents are in NANDYALA. I am in Jackson, MS since 1998. I am really excited to see this site.

    Bye

    Comment by Lokanath Polepalli — August 10, 2006 @ 8:57 pm

  17. We came across your site while googling for some recipes, and find your site very creative and well presented. We are quite impressed with the dedication and effort that you both have put into this site

    Comment by kp — October 8, 2006 @ 8:51 pm

  18. Hi Indira and Vijay,

    I will be joining Seattle University as a staff. I would like to meet you.

    Padmaja

    Comment by Padmaja — October 22, 2006 @ 8:53 pm

  19. hi vijai

    well done good pictures try to develop more about our home town

    Comment by anand — October 27, 2006 @ 2:06 am

  20. hello vijay
    great photos !
    i used to print my photos in BAIGs studio [our family friend ] in byrmal street , next to my fathers [dr.k.r.mohan rao] clinic , i was born near and grown up there [and sanjeeva nagar ], now in folkestone ,uk, it will be nice if you could publish details of our people !
    iwas there few months ago , it changed so much !
    you want to see my photos ?
    sudheer and [indira]


    Hello Sudheer,
    Good to know about you. Yes, I too remember Baig’s studio at the conner on Byrumal street. I also remember “Dr.Mohan Rao Kanti Asupathri” near the studio. The town has changed greatly. With increasing population, there are a lot of new institutes, studios, hospitals, etc. I would like to see the pictures. Please post a link or tell me how I could get them.
    Thanks,
    Vijay

    Comment by dr sudheer kondaveeti — November 4, 2006 @ 4:40 pm

  21. Hello vijay,

    I really felt happy after looking at the pictures of nandyal ( byrmal street ) and mahanandi. I was born and brought up in that place. Still my mother and brother lives there in sanjeeva nagar. The recipies are photos are fabulous and now a days my wife always uses ur site for a cooking. Now i am living in folkestone,UK.

    Hello Uma Sankar,
    Great to hear from a Nandyala person! Hope you are enjoying your stay in UK.
    Best wishes,
    Vijay

    Comment by Uma sankar, Siri — November 8, 2006 @ 2:59 pm

  22. Hey,
    Are u Vijay and Indira who completed Intermediate in 1988 from Sri Blajai College at Nandyal? I am Phani. Do u remember? Pl. reply if I am right to my mail id above.
    Regards,
    Phani

    Comment by Phani — November 11, 2006 @ 10:53 pm

  23. Hi,
    I am impressed with your soothing, humble and pride-to-see site. I am from Kurnool. I am currently staying at Irvine, CA.

    Basically I came to your site through a search in which my criteria was ‘Karivena’. My father is an advocate at Kurnool and holds a responsibility of a secretary to the popular Karivena Brahmana Nityannadana Satram (Organization) at Srisailam. I am running the web site for the organization on my own interest and expense. I was searching on web if I can get any snaps of the places where this organization has a charity centre. Almost all of the snaps that I have on the site are obtained from some other site. This was because I never have traveled to India to have snaps of the temple towns. Google ‘Bhai’ has shown your site as one of the links under ‘Karivena’ and I was driven with the abstract that it has thrown.

    I hereby request you to allow me to take the two snaps of Mahanandi which I feel will fit and fill our site (http://www.karivenabrahmin.org) as I did not get any photo that suits the place for Mahanandi. Please do reply me either way on this.

    Thanks for your understanding. For rest of you, needless to say, please do visit our site and understand what they are doing there.

    Namaste,
    Madhava Krishna Sarma

    Comment by Madhava Krishna — November 12, 2006 @ 12:50 am

  24. recently i started serching this site. Itis very interesting especially your work generally rayalseema is a backward region no one knows about it, you are giving a kind of upliftment to that area by your work. i also belong to that place but settled in hyd.Thankyou once again.

    Comment by ushasree — November 14, 2006 @ 2:45 am

  25. hai recipies are too good….thankyou for sending

    Comment by kaveri.....(chinna) — November 14, 2006 @ 3:06 pm

  26. Hello Indira and Vijay,

    we are from Cuddapah and living in California. We were searching in the Google and found this site. It is having really great recipes and one great part is having RAYALASEEMA words. I really appreciate u guys effort on this.. Pls do keep the new postings.
    Once again thanks and grateful for u r effort.
    Sasi & Sowji

    Comment by Sowji and Sasi — November 19, 2006 @ 10:28 pm

  27. Dear Indira and Vijay
    It is most refreshing to visit this site. I feel as though you are at times, speaking my thoughts especially regarding life and foods of India( Bharath, as you call it). Even though I am originally from Bengal, my father’s service with the Indian Railways took us all over India.
    Please keep up the excellent work with this blog and please give us some updates about the Swami Vivekananda School.

    Comment by Devalina Sen — November 20, 2006 @ 9:56 pm

  28. Hi Vijay and Indira,

    Thanks for taking time and putting the recipies on the net. Its helping lot of people. Personally I know 4 to 5 families who go to your site to try a new recipie. The photographs and the simple words make it more readable. Keep up the good work.

    God bless the wonderful couple.

    Rama

    Comment by Rama — November 27, 2006 @ 4:28 pm

  29. Hi Vijay,

    I was pleased to see Nandyala website. I was born in Kurnool and moved to Nandyala when I was 5 years. I studied in the same school as you did. remember my class teacher’s name was “Mrs.Ranganayakamma” or something like that. My father’s work place was very close to the school. There use to be a big POND in that area called ROJA KUNTA. Is it still there? After couple of years we moved to ANANTAPUR, as result of my father’s job transer.

    We visited Mahanandi number of times and I still remember the KOLANU in side and outside the temple.

    Can you put in some more pictures/details of NAVA NANDIs around Nandyala?

    Thanks.

    Anand


    Hello Anand,

    Nice to hear from a person lived in Nandyala. I have been thinking of taking the Navanandis photos around Nandyala. When I go to India next time I will definitely do it, but I think it will take time.

    Rojakunta is not there anymore. The place is there but, the ‘kunta’ is not there. There have been some constructions in that place.

    Thanks,

    Vijay

    Comment by anand — January 11, 2007 @ 3:13 pm

  30. Hi Vijay and Indira,

    First I want to thank you both for this wonderful website.

    I am so thrilled by seeing this website. This website is so well designed and organized in aprofessional way.
    I am also from nandyal, born and bough up there in NGO’s colony. My parents still there. My wife follows this site regularly and liked many recipes listed here. I do recommend others to visit this site.

    I live in Hartford,CT, I really miss nandyal.

    Thanks again

    Amar

    Comment by Amarnatha — January 25, 2007 @ 6:15 pm

  31. I have fond memories about Nandyal. Ammamma,tatayya,Mavayyalu,Attayyalu,pinnulu and lots of my cousins still stay at Nandyal. Good Work

    Comment by Madhavi — May 18, 2007 @ 2:14 pm

  32. Hi Vijay and Indira, First of all I need to congratulate for making such a wonderful site. I keep checking Indira’s recipes. But just today I was going thru the comments and came to know that you studied in RamaKrishna vidyalam. I did my whole schooling from 1st to 10th there. And my both brothers too. You might be in one of my brothers class. My mother name is Sujatha and she worked in SRKV. I know that one of you are from bhyrmal street where my ammamma’s house used to be. My mom will be very happy to know all about this site. Congratulations once again for all the good work.

    Rajeswari

    Hello Rajeswari,

    Nice to meet a Nandyala native on the web! Where was your ammamma’s house on Byrumal street?

    Best regards,

    Vijay

    Comment by Rajeswari — May 22, 2007 @ 8:15 am

  33. Hi Vijay & Indira

    First of all I want to thank both of you for this wonderful nandyala.org website and I felt very happy after looking such a great website, really I appreciate your efforts. Me and my wife from GOSPADU, which is 10KM from Nandyal but we studied in Balaji college in Balaji complex next to Prathap theater.Now we are in Herndon VA.

    we are every day visitors to your site and thanks for good work.

    Thanks,
    Shiva & Lalitha

    Hello Shiva and Lalitha,
    Very nice to hear from you and happy to know that you are from Gospadu. We both also studied at Balaji Junior college. How is life in Herndon, VA. It is a nice place to live in. We have visited Herndon on some company related work.
    Thanks a lot for your nice words about the websites.
    Best regards,
    Vijay

    Comment by Shiva & Lalitha — May 24, 2007 @ 7:34 pm

  34. Hi THERE.. i was very thrilled to see all about nandyal and mahanandi.. i am from nandyal.. sreenivas nagar. great work.. good luck

    Comment by lata — May 29, 2007 @ 2:50 pm

  35. Hi Vijay and Indira

    This website is very nice and you guys have done a fantastic job.
    I am thrilled when my wife found this website on google.I am from Nandyal (Sanjeeva Nagar) did all my schooling in Nandyal till I left for my B.Tech and now living in California from past 7 yrs.
    We started trying the dishes and they are very tasty.looking forward for the Navanandi’s photos.

    Will recommend this website to my friends as well.

    Pavan

    Comment by Pavan — June 24, 2007 @ 7:42 pm

  36. hi!

    Neither a friend nor a relative, I frequently browse through your food blog. I sometimes get curious to see your photos. Where can I find them.

    parvathi

    Comment by parvathi — July 12, 2007 @ 9:46 pm

  37. Hello,

    I just dashed into this site while searching for something else. I hail from OWK but have a close relationship with Nandyal as I have visited Nandyal many a time to meet my friends and relatives.

    I visited the place last year just to meet my friends who are business men there. I am very much interested to hear more news about Nandyal and near by places.

    cheers….
    kishore

    Comment by G N Kishore Kumar — July 22, 2007 @ 2:14 pm

  38. Hi Indira and Vijay,

    I am proud to have you both from Nandyal. I am from Nandyal. Even though I was away from Nandyal in most of my life with studies,job etc. but my Mom and Dad are still living in Nandyal from past 20 years. Your website is one of my favourite website. You know last year when I was pragnent with my first daughter(when I was on meternity leave)I was cooking some thing everyday from your website. So my daughter grew chubby eating food which I made from your website. And on Sunday I am going to do Annaprasana(giving food for the first to baby)for my 7 months old daughter and I am again taking your website help to make bellam payasam. Ha ha I just printed the receipe and I have the ghee my mother sent me from nandyal(home made). So I am going to give Bellam Paramannam to my lovely daughter on this sunday.

    Many thanks for all your efforts. Vijay your photography is too good. I was wondering how you took those jalapthala pics. Thanks to you both and I loved reading about your new family member(cat).

    Comment by Kavitha Kunigari — August 1, 2007 @ 8:22 am

  39. Hi Indira & Vijay,
    Your website on Nandyal is very refreshing, taking me to my childhood memories of fifties when I spent most of my childhood upto my SSLC in municipal High School, where my father C. Suryanaryana was Headsmaster. We stayed in Kota area near Mahanandiswara alayam. I visited the place after 30 years to recllect old memories.
    Nice to hear from you again.

    Regards,
    CVN RAO

    Comment by CVN RAO — September 5, 2007 @ 9:51 am

  40. You have a wonderful website and I LOVE the recipes. I am married to a wonderful man from Andhra and spent 7 wonderful years under the culinary tutilage of his mother while she lived with us. However, her life was cut short due to cancer and I am always looking for new recipes to try. Your site is the BEST. Thanks!

    Comment by Kathy Pisupati — October 14, 2007 @ 8:54 am

  41. I like this website a lot. I know Nandyal as I am also from Rayalaseema(anantapur)
    Good job guys.:)
    -kiran

    Comment by Kiran — December 21, 2007 @ 11:12 pm

  42. Hi Vijay and Indira,

    How you guys doing?

    I recently came to know about this site for my one of my cousin when I asked for a different kind of sambar recipe otherthan what I knew. The next day I am here viewing your site. I surely didn’t enter the recipe section yet but went through your other pages which says about you guys - interest, hobbies, school, Nandyala, Mahanandi (My favorite word):
    maheemanvithamu maha nandikshetramu manakenthu bagyamu mahadeva darshanamu

    I am impressed by your work. Thank you, you have made me so happy. Wish you all the very best.

    I will check the recipe section now. Good time to both of you. Thanks.

    Thank you for your appreciation and time to leave your comments for us here.
    Vijay

    Comment by Ambs — January 21, 2008 @ 12:16 pm

  43. I Like nandyal very much.

    Comment by Prasad Reddy.Kalluru — February 18, 2008 @ 5:24 am

  44. Hey Indira & Vijaya

    I was searching for Indian recipes & came accross ur website and recipes are amazing and ur photography is just superb !! The description of the food is awesome.
    Thanks guys now I don’t miss Indian food anymore…

    Shilpa

    Comment by Shilpa — March 19, 2008 @ 9:20 am

  45. Hi,

    I am planning to visit Sree Sailem in June-2008 with my parents.

    Could you please let me know any good place or hotel to stay in Nandyal.
    Train which i am planning to take from Bangalore will Reach Nandyal around 10pm.

    Thanks In advance.

    - Rajan

    Comment by Rajan — March 25, 2008 @ 11:47 pm

  46. i love nandyal. my complete schooling was done there during fifties. our house was in kota, park street near people’s association ( i dont know if it is stii there). our neighbour was alvakonda seshagiri rao an advocate. i passed sslc in march 1958 from municipal high school where my father c surya narayana was head master. my sister ramalakshmi,my three brothers cvn rao,jagat narayana, vekat rao who are all elder to me also studied in the same school. i still remember nandyal as it existed in those days.

    upendra nath

    Comment by hi — September 29, 2009 @ 11:19 pm

  47. i love nandyal. my complete schooling 1st 10th(1984 batch) SRKV and Intermediate Govt.College. My house was at Sanvjeevanagar. it is good to see that web site is existing. hi to all of my friends.

    Comment by krishna mohan — February 18, 2010 @ 7:38 pm

  48. Hi Vijay, How are you? I keep coming back to your site whenever I think of Nandyal. Sorry I didn’t see your question on May 22, 2007. I cannot exactly say where my ammamma’s house is located. There are few Bhyravajosyula (brothers/cousins) house are there together near to Venkateswara swami temple. My grandpa’s house is one of those.
    Nobody is living there and haven’t gone to that place in last 13 years.

    Krishna Mohan who commented must be my classmate!!

    Comment by Rajeswari — March 17, 2010 @ 12:54 pm

  49. i love NANDYAL. I have done my schooling at S.R.K.V School, Sanjeevanagar. In 1984 i passed out 10th class. Murali, vamsi, Sairam,Anand,myself P.BHASKARA REDDY were good friends.We were like panchpandvas. We have taken photograph after completion of 10th exams.When ever i see photograph i remember sweet memories. Murali we topped the 10th 1984 batch, Chiranjeevi fan. We 5 of them used to skip school , when ever Chirnjeevi cinem released.i was good at social studies.

    By gods grace all of us settled well in life. other clasmates of mine were Krishnamohan, kvdprasd, gaytri ,Sekhar, sujata, and rajeswari.

    Bye

    Comment by P.BHASKARA REDDY — March 27, 2010 @ 8:20 pm

  50. Indira and Vijay,
    It is good to find you again! For a while I was not able to get to your site - it used to be a pleasure to learn along with you and find new things to make. It is one thing to prepare from a book and another when you know that someone has put heart and soul and tried it just now! Your simple and elegant descriptions and some related story or background adds a texture of culture and tradition which I am truly grateful for. I will pick up where I’d left and be richer for that.
    Thanks and keep up the good work.
    Kind Regards, Rohit

    Comment by Rohit — April 30, 2010 @ 4:08 am

  51. Hi ,
    It is nice creation of the site on the name of town itself.

    I have completed my 10th in 1988-89 in S.R.K.V High school.please let us know any contacts u can come across.

    Thanks&best regards,
    K.Ravi Kumar.

    Comment by Ravi Kumar — May 10, 2010 @ 11:39 pm

  52. Hi Vijay n Indira,

    Greetings to you from Vijay in Dubai.

    Accidentally I happen to see your(our) website and felt very happy. It’s great work you people are doing.

    I am born and brought in Nandyal. Finished my schooling(1981) in SPG High School, and college in PSC & KVSC Govt.College.

    Now I am working in Dubai since 1995 and living with my family. My parents are in Nandyal, and I am visiting them every year. By the way I am going to Nandyal on 23rd of July and coming back on 5th August.

    Mahanandi was our favourite place in our childhood. In summer holidays without fail we use to go there and chill out every week. Some times we go by train upto Gazulapalli station and walk from there to Mahanandi. And most of the time we use to go by cycle. How can we forget those golden days?

    Once again thank you very much for the good work. My e-mail: vijaykatari99@gmail.com

    Best Regards.

    Comment by Vijay Kumar — June 29, 2010 @ 3:32 am

  53. It is a big surprise to see this web site. I see some of my friends from the comments above. I was in SRKV High School from 1974 to 84 (1-10th class) and in PSC&KVSC collage for Inter. I met Krishna Mohan and few other friends from Nandyal in Jan this year when I was in India. Sorry Bhaskar I can’t remember you but I can remember others (Murali, KD, Shekar, Gayathri, Rajeshwari, Vamsi..) you mentioned in your comments. I can’t remember Sujatha and Sairam as well, getting old I guess :-) Hi Rajeswari, good to see some comments from you.

    Comment by Sreehari. A — October 31, 2010 @ 12:47 am

  54. to all the previous students of SRKV High School of Nandyal it is to inform that on 10-1-11 old students get together was organised and discussed the problems facing by the school now. Approx 100 students were attended with short notice. It is decided to convene another meeting on 13-2-11(tentatively)with large gathering. Pl join the meeting on 13-2-11 and pass it on to all ur friends.

    Comment by MAHESH — January 10, 2011 @ 1:12 am

  55. used to enjoy a lot durign sivaratri days, going to night shows, some times playing with in colony, used to play street cricket . wow nice to remember those things again

    so many times went to Mahanandi and what a place

    Comment by KVD Prasad / KD — February 8, 2011 @ 4:38 am

  56. KVD, where are you now ?? Good to hear from you, its over 25 years.

    Comment by Sreehari — March 19, 2011 @ 11:14 pm

  57. Hello Guys,

    i grew up in Panyam and Nandyal and studied at SPG high school till 10th Grade….

    Comment by Siva — April 13, 2011 @ 10:20 am

  58. Good to see postings from my classmates like KVD, SRIHARI and Krishna MOHAN

    Comment by bhaskara reddy — August 8, 2011 @ 9:20 am

  59. Sorry Bhaskar, I still can’t remember you. Are you from A section or B in 10th class??

    Comment by Sreehari — August 18, 2011 @ 10:13 pm

  60. i was in A section….i suppose two sriharis were there …which srihari you are … i used to sit in last bench .my bench mates kamal hussian, amzd, krishna mohan, subbarayudu and anand.

    in fact i joined SRKV in 9th class.

    Comment by BHASKARA REDDY — August 22, 2011 @ 11:50 pm

  61. Hi Vijay,

    Long time we spoke. How are you and where are you now? I am still in Chennai. Well, one request. Could you please remove my mail id mentioned previously in the text posted in the year 2006. Thank you.

    Always think about Nandyal. I wish to settle in Nandyal once retired :-)

    Hello Phanee,
    It’s good to see your comment again. We are well, how are you and the family?
    We also have the same goal, retire in Nandyala. May be we would be meeting there in our retirement age.:)
    Take care,
    Vijay

    Comment by Phanee — November 9, 2011 @ 3:53 am

  62. Cool, thank you, Vijay. I suggest to post some Nandyala photos, if you have got. May be, the new advanced town..

    Comment by Phanee — November 15, 2011 @ 8:21 am

  63. well done,the admin of this website…..

    i’m from Nandyal completed B.Tech from JNTU,KAKINADA

    i appreciate the Admin for creating the website….make this site as Dynamic

    Comment by Akhileswar — April 11, 2012 @ 10:52 pm

  64. HI BHASKAR, SRIHARI AND RAJESWARI

    NICE TO HEAR FROM ALL OF YOU. I REALLY WANTED TO KNOW WHERE R U GUYS. WHAT ABOUT CHANDU, AMJAD BASHA AND OTHERS

    Comment by kvd prasad — July 25, 2012 @ 5:55 am

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