Banganapalle or Banagana Palli is a town in the territory of Andhra Pradesh, India. It lies in Kurnool region, 70 km south of the town of Kurnool. Banganapalle is celebrated for its mangoes and has a culti, Banganapalle, named after it. Somewhere in the range of 1790 and 1948, Banganapalle was the capital of the royal condition of a similar name, Banganapalle State. In 1601, Sultan Ismail Adil Shah of Bijapur vanquished the stronghold of Banganapalle from Raja Nanda Chakravathy. The post and encompassing regions were set under the control of his successful general, Siddhu Sumbal, who held them until 1665.
Muhammad Beg Khan-e Rosebahani was allowed Bangangapalle and the encompassing jagir in ceaseless fiefdom yet kicked the bucket without a male beneficiary, leaving the jagir of Banganapalle to his received child, Faiz Ali Khan Bahadur. Aurangzeb vanquished the Sultanate of Bijapur in 1686, yet Faiz Ali Khan's fief was anchored by the mediation of his maternal uncle Mubariz Khan, who filled in as Aurangzeb's emissary of the Deccan. Banganapalle is a mango assortment by and large known as The King of Mangoes, culti named after Banganapalle.
A pristine sideways oval example displays a flawless brilliant yellow thin palatable skin. These mangoes are substantial estimated, weighing on a normal 350-400 grams. The mash is fibreless, firm and yellow with sweet taste. It got a land sign tag in May 2017. Banaganapalle mangoes have been developed for more than 100 years in Andhra Pradesh. The essential and auxiliary school training is granted by government, supported and tuition based schools, under the School Education Department of the state. The medium of guideline taken after by ious schools are English, Telugu.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Banaganapalle: 531032 Language : English, Telugu, Urdu Weather: Summer 27°C to 39°C Winter 15°C to 26°C