Bobbili is a town in Vizianagaram region of the Indian province of Andhra Pradesh. The town of Bobbili was established amid the seventeenth century by Pedda Rayudu, the fifteenth relative of the Rajah of Venkatagiri. The town was initially named "Pedda-puli" "The Big Tiger" after Sher Muhammad Khan, the Nawab of Srikakulam who conceded it as a blessing to the rajah of Venkatgiri for his administrations in his southern battles. Be that as it may, with time, the town ended up known as "Pebbuli", at that point "Bebbuli" lastly "Bobbili".
The skirmish of Bobbili in 1757, is one of the huge scenes in the historical backdrop of the territory of Andhra Pradesh. Vizianagaram lords won the war with the assistance of French General Marquis de Bussy. This fight gave the style of everlasting boldness to Bobbili name. The essential and auxiliary school training is granted by government, helped and non-public schools, under the School Education Department of the state. The medium of guideline taken after by ious schools are English, Telugu. Bobbili is known for its quality training. A deep-rooted school as Rajah R.S.R.K. Ranga Rao College 1962 and even more seasoned school as Samsthanam High School 1864. You can come here to visit this place.