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Andhra may refer to:

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Kingdoms and geographical regions[edit]

  • Andhra in Indian epic literature, a tribe or kingdom mentioned in Aitareya Brahmana of Rigveda and in the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata
  • Andhra Dynasty or Satavahana dynasty, ruled South and Central India from 3rd century BCE–mid 3rd century CE.
  • Andhra Ikshvakulu, one of the earliest recorded ruling dynasties of the Krishna-Guntur area
  • Andhranagari or Amaravathi mandal, traditionally recognized as the capital of Andhra dynasty
  • Dutch Andhra, regions of coastal Andhra that were under Dutch influence
  • Coastal Andhra, a region on the eastern coast of Andhra Pradesh including Northern Coromandel and Circars
  • Andhra State (1953–1956), precursor to Andhra Pradesh
  • Andhra Pradesh, a state in southern India
  • Andhra Ghach, a village in Chitral District, Pakistan


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  • Andhra Bank, a nationalised commercial bank in Machilipatnam, Madras Presidency
  • Andhra Natyam, a classical dance originating from East Godavari in Andhra Pradesh


  • Andhra Vishnu, a warrior from the Andhra family
  • Andhra Kesari, a title given to Tanguturi Prakasam (1872–1957)
  • Andhra Ratna, a title given to Indian freedom fighter Duggirala Gopalakrishnayya (1889–1928)

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