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Naidupeta, Nayudupeta
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India

Coordinates: 13°54′00″N 79°54′00″E / 13.9000°N 79.9000°E / 13.9000; 79.9000Coordinates: 13°54′00″N 79°54′00″E / 13.9000°N 79.9000°E / 13.9000; 79.9000

Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District SPS Nellore
Elevation 31 m (102 ft)
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 524126
Telephone code 08623
Vehicle registration AP26

Naidupet is a municipal town and a divisional head quarters [Division] in Nellore district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.It is the fourth largest town in Nellore district. It became a industrial town in the district.[1][2]

National Highway 5 (India) passes through Naidupeta.


The Eastern Wing of Golden Quadrilateral National Highway (NH5) passes through the outskirts of the town. It is located on the banks of the Swarnamukhi river. It is fifth largest town in the district.This place is junction to Chennai, Venkatagiri, Nellore, Mallam and Tirupathi. From here, Chennai is about 106 km by road 66 km to Tirupathi, 35 km from Venkatagiri, 68 km from Nellore. People can get down at Naidupet railway station and from there lot of buses to Tirupathi.

Telugu is the most common language that is spoken in Naidupet. Besides Telugu the other prominent languages that are spoken in the region are Urdu and Tamil.A beautiful river named Swarnamukhi passes through this place.
Sankranthi[Pongal] festival is most famous here. After Sankranthi day, people will go to Banks of Swarnamukhi river and they celebrate kite festival, popularly known as Yeti pandaga. The Celebrations will be continued till 3 days starting from the Sankranthi Day.Urusu is also a famous festival in Naidupet, people from all around Nellore district will visit this place. People from all religions celebrate this festival which stands for "Unity in Diversity" of Indian Culture. In the Mid of every year, they celebrate Jatara , it is very famous for Goddess Poleramma Talli. Every year end i.e, in December month they celebrate Ayyapah Pooja , For this pooja they call people from Kerala,Karnataka....for drum soundings total girls and boys on that day come to temple and roam with God along with their Deepam...., total people in Naidupet celebrates all these festivals with out any religious feelings. In Naidupet, You can see "Unity in Diversity" of Indian Culture.

Major crops are sugar cane, paddy, eucalyptus and Casurina plantations. Scampi and prawn culture are also major aqua food activities in and around Naidupet.The streets includes in Naidupet are Agraharapeta, Rajagopalapuram, Pedda Darga,Chinna Darga, Pitchireddy Thopu, Garidi Veedhi, Beripeta, Bazar Veedi, Beedi Colony,Sri Ram Nagar, Lothuvaani Gunta, Brahmin Street etc. and also well developing area

Banks and financial Institutions

  • State Bank of India
  • Andhra Bank
  • State Bank of Hyderabad
  • Syndicate bank
  • ICICI bank
  • Andhra Pragathi bank
  • Life Insurance Corporation
  • Indian Bank
  • pinakini grammina bank


  1. Empee sugars & Chemicals Limited
  2. Hindustan national glass & industries ltd.

Industries in Naidupet and Menakur S

  1. Viki industries
  2. Loyal Textiles
  3. Greentech Industries
  4. D R A Industries
  5. Manjeera Minerals(Packaged Drinking Water)
  6. Prime Electric Limited
  7. Swarnamukhi minerals(Packaged Drinking Water)
  8. Sujala minerals(Packaged Drinking Water)
  9. B.J Textiles


  1. sri venkateswaraswamy temple (Thimmajikandriga )
  2. Shivalayam Near to Swarnamukhi River
  3. Saibaba temple ( Agraharapet )
  4. Gangamma Temple
  5. Kavamma Temple
  6. old shivalayam temple
  7. Temple Complex in Brahmin Street (Lord Krishna, Shiva, Rama, Anjaneya, Saibaba and Kanyakaparameswari goddess)
  8. Sri Rama Mandiram (Bazar Street)
  9. Sri Moogambika Temple (Moogambika Street)
  10. Vijaya Ganapathi Temple (Pitchireddy Thopu)
  11. Karimanikya swamy temple,Thummuru
  12. Shivalayam (Thummur)
  13. Sri Venugopalaswamy Temple (Thimmagikandriga)
  14. Sri Kalahastiswara Pyramid Dhyana Kendram(Near to Swarnamukhi River,Thimmagikandriga)
  15. Shivalayam (Vinnamala)
  16. sai mandir (Vinnamala)
  17. Sri Chennakesava swamy temple [Utchuru village post, doravarisathram mandal , nellore dist.]
  18. sri Beemiswara swamy temple(shivalayam) [Utchuru village post, doravarisathram mandal , nellore dist.]
  19. Chenna kesava swamy temple (oduru)
  20. Bhirappa tippa (odur)
  21. Ledotamma temple (Thummur)
  22. anjaneyaswamy temle (agraharapet)
  23. ramalayam and anjaneyaswamy temple (rajagopalapuram)


  1. CHURCH OF CHRIST, Preacher: Bro.S.M.Vinay Kumar, Ph:98858 45588



  1. Narayana Group of Schools
  2. Sri chaitanya techno school
  3. Audisakara techno school
  4. ZP boys High school(EM & TM)(TM)
  5. Navodaya High school (EM,TM from 6 to 10)
  6. Vema High school(EM, TM from 6 to 10)
  7. Rising Star English Medium School (upto 6th)
  8. Krishna Chaitanya High school
  9. Vishwa Barathi Techno school
  10. Ravindra Barathi school
  11. Vision EM High school
  12. vema concept school
  13. Viswam EM & TM High school
  14. St.Marys EM High school
  15. A.L.C.M school
  16. ZP Girls high school

Junior Colleges

  1. Narayana Junior College
  2. Govt. Junior college
  3. Srivema Jr. college
  4. Viswam
  5. Vikram Jr. College-correspondent M.Sanga Mitra

Degree Colleges

  1. Govt. Degree college
  2. C V Raman Degree college
  3. Srivema Degree college
  4. Viswam Degree college

Study center for Sri Venkateswara University Distance Education. at Viswam College


In Nayudupeta, the Bus stand and railway stations are very near so people can use buses or trains.


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