Banners and banners are being erected in the village of Cheruvu Kommapalayam near Ongole in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh to celebrate the inauguration of DMK leader MK Stalin as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
Plug in on this கொம்ம பாளையம் Venkateshwarulu from the village said:
At a time when Andhra and Tamil Nadu were all together, many kings ruled the region. Ancestors (grandfathers) of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Karunanidhi served as scholars in the court of the Vijayanagara kings during this period.
From there their ancestors served the king of Venkatagiri as Nagaswara scholars in the kingdom of Bellur near Ongole. At that time, a total of 150 acres of land was given to their descendants as a grant of 30 acres each to 5 families on behalf of the Pelluru principality. In which they were farming. During the drought, they sold their lands and moved to Thanjavur. Even now their ancestral family lives here.
In 1960, Karunanidhi came to Eluru, Andhra Pradesh. Karunanidhi chaired a meeting of the Detective Novelists’ Association. Novelist Jalandhar Balakrishna says that he then inquired with interest about the Cheruvu Gompalaiyam, the town where his ancestors lived, the descendants there and the people who now live there.
Many Nagaswara artists from the town visit Thiruvaiyar to attend the Thiyagaraja Worship Festival. It is customary to meet Karunanidhi in Chennai and leave.
Belonging to our hometown Stalin Our town is proud to be the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Karunanidhi’s family is also part of our village history. It gives us all great pleasure to have one of them become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Soon we will meet Stalin. Thus said Venka Daswarulu as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Stalin The people of Cheruvu Kommapalayam village near Ongole in Andhra Pradesh held a banner for him to take charge.