Nadendla Manohar is representing from Tenali Assembly constituency (96), Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh. He is the son of Nadendla Bhaskara Rao, who created history in his own way through toppling NT Ramarao during August 1984. The incident has been known as 'August Crisis'. Presently, Nadendla Manohar is the Deputy Speaker of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly. With the appointment of speaker N.Kiran Kumar Reddy as the Chief Minister of AP, Manohar is most likely to be elected as Speaker of the AP Assembly. Manohar was elected on the ticket of Congress Party during 2004 and 2009 Assembly elections.
Manohar is National ranked Tennis player. He played various tournaments in India and abroad. His website is www.nadendla.in . Here is a brief profile of Nadendla Manohar:
Name: Nadendla Manohar
Father's Name: Nadendla Bhaskar Rao
Permanent Address: Kothapeta, Tenali, Guntur District.
Date and Place of Birth 06-04-1964; Hyderabad.
Educational Qualifications: B.A., Economics; M.B.A. (Marketing)
Number of terms elected to Assembly: 2 Terms
Marital Status: Married
Name of the Spouse: Dr. N. Manoharam
Number of Children: One Son
Hobbies: Golf, Tennis and visiting places
Special Interest: Interacting and learning from seniors, conservation of wild life and improving
the living standards of the poor.
Favourite Pastime and Recreation: Spending time with followers, party workers and reading books, especially on Indian Independence.
Travels abroad: U.S.A. Europe and Asia