Peddapuram is a town in the East Godai District of Andhra Pradesh in South India. The town also forms a part of Godai Urban Development Authority. The town Peddapuram is established by Isukapalli Pedda Paatrudu. For a long time, the home of Peddapuram was managed by Vatsavai Jagapati Maharaja's . The administration was begun by Sri Raja Vatsavai Chaturbhuja Timma Jagapati Bahadur. The fortress of Peddapuram was worked by him. He managed the bequest from 1555 to 1607. After his end, his child Raya Jagapati taken after by his youngsters Timma Jagapati and Balabhadra Jagapati ruled the Peddapuram Estate. From 1791 to 1804 the home was controlled by Sri Vatsavai Raya Jagapati. One of the rulers of this line was isolated from here and begun administering an autonomous kingdom named as Kottam bequest of East Godai close Rowtulapudi-kota nandur, and their age never returned they settled there and they managed until the finish of the royal states. When of 1785 the Peddapuram Estate stretched out from Totapalli to Nagaram enveloping 585 towns and towns.