History of Regonda
Between the years 2002-2003, estampage was collected from the districts of Telangana including Warangal and Ranga Reddy. A short label inscription comprising of three lines dealing with 'Utapatti Pidugu' was collected from Pandavulagutta, Revulapalli, Regonda Mandal and Warangal district.
Demography of Regonda
According to Population Census 2011, the Regonda village had population of 4313, of which 2142 were males while 2171 were females. The population of children with age 0-6 was 442 which make up 10.25 % of total population of village.
As per 2011, the literacy rate of Regonda village was lower compared to Andhra Pradesh. Compared to 67.02 % of Andhra Pradesh, it had literacy rate of 54.09 %. The Male literacy stood at 61.81 % while the female literacy rate was 46.59 %.
Village Panchayats in Regonda
The village panchayats in Regonda mandal are Bhagirthipeta, Chennapoor, Chinnakodepaka, Damaranchapally, Dammannapet, Gudepalle, Jaggaiahpet, Kanaparthy, Kodavatancha, Konaraopet, Kothapalligori, Lingala, Madathapalli, Narayanapur, Nizampalli, Pochampalli, Ponugondla, Rajakkapally, Ramannagudem, Ranagaiahpalli, Regonda, Repaka, Repaka Palli, Roopireddi Palli, Royapalli, Sulthanpur, Venketeshwarlapally and Tirumalagiri.
Religious Significance of Regonda
Sri Laxminarasimhaswamy temple is one of the significant religious places in the village of Regonda. This sacred shrine is located in Kotancha, just 10 km away from Regonda. Every year, the temple draws lakhs of pilgrims and tourists from varied distant places of the country. Pandavula Guttalu is another religious place which is also popular among the devotees.
It is believed that Telangana is mentioned in the epic Mahabharata as the Telinga Kingdom. The Kingdom is said to have been inhabited by the tribe known as Telavana, who fought on the Pandavas side in the great war of Kurukshetra. There is also Pandavula Guhalu in Warangal district where the Pandavas spent their life in exile.