Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta

I had been to Tirupati yesterday. On the way, I saw this railway station Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta ๐Ÿ™‚ Somewhere in the Tamilnadu-Andhra border!


According to Limca book of records, this is the longest station name in India ๐Ÿ™‚


And while googling for that station, I got this interesting link

18 thoughts on “Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta

  1. Ferrari,
    I came across that site 2 months back. I always wonder who they are to have 20000 posts each. Cant be reservation counter clerks for sure.
    But govt employees with internet connection seems too good to hear ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Verum Jelebi pichu potta board matum photo eduthu pottu escape aaidalaam nu thinkingaa f e r r a r i, yenga ellarukum mahaprasadam Laddu kedaiyatha???
    ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Ferro and *,

    i know them thru the southern railway discussion forum as much as i know about you guys :). those people are railways enthusiasts. they are from different backgrounds (i guess a few of them seem to be retired personnel).

    yeah, i too have posted in a few threads of that forum, i am one of those railways enthusiasts (i like trains better than any other mode of transportation excluding foot and bicycle travel) but not as proficient as most of those people, they are “Saravanans” of railways.

    infact many suggestions of that forum were brought to the notice of Southern railway GM and some times the GM himself visits some threads and have posted there.

    you will get hell a lot of information about railways, meaning full points raised by those people in the forum.

    here is the link to the forum:
    http://www.srailway.com/forum/default.asp

    enroll yourselves if you link the forum.

  4. btw,

    swapna ferro ellaarukkum nellayappar, kanthimathi amman mahaprasaadam kuduththuttaar ๐Ÿ™‚

    wondering what is that? halwa ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. my guess this venkatanarasimharajuvaaripeta would have given a tough fight to some of the german railway stations name for world record ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. reminds me of a scorecard from 82 cooch behar trophy(the trophy for universities)

    G.V.K.L.N.S.L Raju b Prabhakar 0

    There used to be a guy called RTVSLN Rao in my office, he was called A-Z Rao in short :p

  7. I’ve seen this station. I used to go to tirupathi on my bike very frequently in the late 80’s.! There is another station called “PUDI”. I remember, we slept there one night on the Rly.Station.!! and the next day had a nice bath in the field Pumpsets..! and went to Tirupathi.!!
    Lovely memories.!!

    Thanks for the photos and the link.!

  8. Ferro, Incase you haven’t read it yet!

    Once it so happened in a flight that, James bond was sitting besides a Telugu guy..
    Both were traveling to US.
    Telugu Guy : “Hello, May I know ur name please?”
    James Bond : “I am Bond.. James Bond.”
    James Bond: “and you?”
    Telugu Guy : “I am Sai… Venkata Sai… Siva Venkata Sai…Laxminarayana Siva Venkata Sai…. Srinivasula Laxminarayana
    Siva Venkata Sai…Rajasekhara Srinivasula Laxminarayana Siva Venkata Sai…Sitaramanjaneyula Rajasekhara Srinivasula Laxminarayana Siva Venkata Sai …Bommiraju Sitaramanjaneyula Rajasekhara Srinivasula Laxminarayana Siva Venkata Sai..”
    James Bond FAINTS.

  9. I had two juniors in my Professional PG course – one was K.V.V.Ramalingeswara Rao (Kancharla Veera Venkata Ramalingeswara Rao) and M.V.D.Pavan Kumar (Mocharla Venkata Dattatreya Pavan Kumar) ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. sk,
    Naan maRa thamizhan ๐Ÿ™‚ Yaen indha doubt thideernu? And yeah this station comes some 10 15 minutes after crossing Tiruttani ๐Ÿ™‚

    Jacky,
    good one ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thennavan,
    You seem to have good memory:-)

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