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    The earliest reference to the present name of the city can be dated back to the period of Ammaraja–I (922-929 CE), the Vengi Eastern Chalukyan King. It also has its appearance in another two inscriptions dated 1147 AD and 1158 AD. [14] In Sanskrit , the name of Guntur was referred as Garthapuri . Garthapuri or Guntlapuri translates to a place surrounded by water ponds. [15] [16] The settlement might have been near a pond (gunta in telugu) and hence, gunta uru refers to pond village. Another one refers to kunta (land measuring unit) which transformed to kunta uru and later to Guntur. [17]

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