Bhattiprolu is a town in Guntur area of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. It is the base camp of Bhattiprolu Mandal in Tenali income division. It likewise frames a piece of Andhra Pradesh Capital Region. The Buddhist stupa in the town is one of the halfway ensured landmarks of national importance. The unique name of Bhattiprolu was Pratipalapura, a prospering Buddhist town in the antiquated Sala kingdom that originated before Andhra Satavahanas.
From accessible inscriptional prove, King Kuberaka was managing over Bhattiprolu around 230 BC. Bhattiprolu is outstanding for its Buddha stupa Vikramarka kota dibba worked around third second century BC. The town has availability with National Highway 214A which goes through the town. APSRTC works transports from Tenali and Repalle by means of Bhattiprolu. Bhattiprolu railroad station is situated on Tenali– Repalle branch line and directed under Guntur rail route division of South Central Railway zone.