Gona Ganna Reddy Real Story, History: Gona Ganna Reddy was the ruler of ‘Vaddemani’ during 1262-1296 AD under the Kakatiya Queen Rudrama Devi.
When many noblemen of the Kakatiya Kingdom were against the choice of a Woman becoming a Queen, Ganna Reddy was one of the few nobles who staunchly supported the selection of Rudrama Devi.
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Ganna Reddy is an active and valiant noble of the kakatiya kingdom. He seems to have held the Office of Customs Revenue (‘Sthala Sunkadhikari’).
The main centres of this Kingdom are Vardhamanpuram (Vaddemin of Bijinapally Mandal) and Budapuram (Bhoothpur).
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Gona Ganna Reddy is the son of a King Gonna Budda Reddy who actually contributed in Ranganatha Ramayanam as Dwipada Kavyam in Telugu. Gona Ganna Reddy belongs to Vardamanapuram and he played a vital role during the rule of Queen Rudhramadevi in Kakathiya Dynasty.
Gona Ganna Reddy Real Story
It all started when Ganapathi Deva, King of Orugallu was in troubles from various other Kingdoms. He expects a boy child from his wife, but she gives birth to a girl child. He introduces the child as a boy, Rudhra to entire kingdom just to avoid problems.
After the death of Ganapathi Deva, Rudhra has no other go except to accept the fact of her being a girl and yet, she gets on to rule the kingdom successfully hence getting her name as Rudhramadevi. She gives all her strengths and hard work to protect the kingdom but gets severe protest from some people in the kingdom, who oppose a female ruler to be on the throne.
Here’s where Gona Ganna Reddy comes into the picture, giving all his support to the queen indirectly and getting her all the wins in the wars.
No one knew this story behind Rudhramadevi’s amazing rule, and so people never got to know the sacrifices and hard work by Gona Ganna Reddy.
Gona Ganna Reddy Real Story History in Telugu
Gona Ganna Reddy Life History in Telugu with Animation. All You Need to Know about Gona Ganna Reddy Kakatiya Ruler.