Bonangi Pandu Padal

Bonangi Pandu Padal, also called Pandu, was born on 13 August 1890 in Andhra Pradesh. His father’s name was Bonangi Andaiah Padal and mother was B. Bangaramma.

On one of the marble plaques on the central tower of the Cellular Jail (Picture), the names of the freedom fighters from the various states of India have been engraved. Bonangi Pandu Padal’s name is among six freedom fighters from Andhra Pradesh who were incarcerated in the Cellular Jail between 1922 and 1932.

Bonangi Pandu Padal was one of the associates of the valiant and famous freedom fighter, Alluri Seetarama Raju whose name became a household icon for the people of Andhra Pradesh, and a terror to the British, during the freedom struggle. Along with Korrabu Kottayya, Golivili Sanayasayya, Kunchatti Sanyasi, Vegiraju Satyanarayana Raju, and Taggi Veerayya Dora, Bonangi Pandu Padal, joined Alluri Seetaramaraju in his fight against the British in the Manyam Hills of the Agency areas of Andhra.

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List of Freedom Fighters Incarcerated in Cellular Jail | List of Freedom Fighters jailed for Kaala Pani

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