Bangarupalem Mandal

Bangarupalem is a small town on national highway 4 (NH4) and a mandal headquarters in Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is nationally well known producer/business center for mangoes, coconuts, milk, tomatoes and granite and is the market-yard center for four mandals in Chittoor district.

Bangarupalem is one of the major production and export centers of mangoes and pulp in India. Mangoes and pulp are exported to all over India, including Jalgoan, Pune, Nasik, Jamshedpur, and Bharampur and also to the counties in the Middle East.

Mogili, a village near the town is famous for Lord Shiva’s temple. Srini Mega Food Park located at Mogili is one of India’s largest integrated food parks.[2] This town is also famous for contributing so many national and international level Volleyball players for India. So far three players represented India at international level and twenty players at national level. Actor M.V.Muralikrishna was born in Madhava Nagar village nearby Bangarupalem.
The distance from Bangarupalem to Tirumala Venkateswara Temple,is around 110 kilometers and other prominent temples near by are Kanipakam Lord Vinayaka temple and Arthagiri Hanuman temple. Bangarupalem is located on the National Highway (NH4) which connects the major metros Bangalore and Chennai, which are almost equi-distant from this town (approx. 170 km each).