Historically, the Sribagh Agreement has been an important issue for the people of the Rayalaseema region with regard to development issues due to the attitude of the Anhra leaders at the time. Since the purchase of south India by the British in the late eighteenth century, Andhra had merged with Madras State. When the separate Movement of Andhra began, the leaders of Coastal Andhra insisted on the support of the leaders of Rayalaseema to strengthen the subject. But the leaders of Rayalaseema were not ready to go hand in hand with the coastal guides, as they had their own doubts about the development of their region. On November 16, 1937, in the home of Kashinathuni Nageshwara Rao, a well-known owner of the media and Amrutanjan known as Sribagh, the rulers of the two regions campaigned for an agreement. . . .