Timeline of Guntur

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This gives a timeline of major and important events that took place in the Guntur region of India.


In India history has been kept for thousands of years mainly through the culture, traditions, the science of Vedas and Puranas. The traditional time scale is clearly defined in Yugas cycles. The two epic events listed below are based on the traditional time scale. The Guntur district is home to the oldest evidence of humans in India, in the form of old Stone Age implements.

Epic events

Until 1600AD

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An old temple at Garthapuri

17th century to present

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Battle of Guntur

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