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Pedalanka is a small village that belongs to Repalle Taluq in Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is chiefly an agriculture-based society.The main crops grown are banana, sugar cane, and red chili. In the 1970s, mangoes were mainly grown, but they were later replaced by sugar cane. In the 1940s and 1950s Pedalanka had just a shiva temple and a primary school (which was initially an elementary school). The school had up to 8 grades and anybody who graduated could start teaching. There was an episode of flash flooding in the 1950s from the Krishna River that was adjacent to the village. Many people lost their land and crop. Consequently more than half the village emigrated. In 1975 there built secondary high school by villagers it is up to tenth standard (DKZP High School). 2011, the village is well developed, the main center of this village is ricemill center, in rice mill center there are four hotel's, three shops.The business in the village is developed. The hotels in this village are Hotel Nagaraju (Venkteshwara rao), Ramesh Hotel, Gandhi Hotel Venu Hotel.
Temples in Pedalanka: Pedalanka had the following temples.
- Prudhveeswara Swamy Temple(Shiva Temple)
- Rama Temple
- Naagendra Swamy Temple
- Pothu Raju Temple('Pothu Raju' is believed to be the Village deity/god who protects the village from the evil forces)
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