After attacking the British forces who were camped at Giddaluru, Narasimha Reddy and his army hid in Jagannatha Konda near Ramabhadrunipalle.
After attacking the British forces who were camped at Giddaluru, Narasimha Reddy and his army hid in Jagannatha Konda near Ramabhadrunipalle.Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy was an Indian freedom fighter. He was born in Uyyalawada in Kurnool district and was the son of Uyyalawada Peddamalla Reddy. Narasimha Reddy, a Polygar of Koilkuntla, was in command of 66 villages in Kadapa, Anantapur, Bellary, and Kurnool districts and controlled an army of 2000 people. After Rayalaseema was ceded to the British by the Nizam, Narasimha Reddy refused to share the region's revenue with the British. On June 10, 1846, he attacked the treasury at Koilkuntla and marched towards Cumbum (Prakasam District), and he killed the forest ranger. The district collector, Thomas Monroe, took note of the rebellion and ordered his capture by announcing a cash reward. Narasimha Reddy and his army again attacked the British forces camped at Giddaluru on July 23, 1846. He came back to the Koilkuntla area and hid in Jagannatha Konda near the village of Ramabhadrunipalle. He was caught at midnight on October 6, 1846.