Mangalagiri and Pedana produce cloth similar in design to each other. While Mangalagiri is noted for the fine quality of the cotton used, the style produced there and at Pedana tends to have solid colors and little embroidery.

From Colonial lists/Indian power: identity politics in nineteenth century Telugu-speaking India by Michael Katten

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  • Mangalagiri and Pedana produce cloth similar in design to each other. While Mangalagiri is noted for the fine quality of the cotton used, the style produced there and at Pedana tends to have solid colors and little embroidery.