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dated November 3, 1956: Andhra Pradesh

Inaugurating the new State of Andhra Pradesh in Hyderabad, Prime Minister Nehru said that of the many changes that had taken place in India the most significant one was the formation of Andhra Pradesh. "Other great States have also been formed. Nevertheless, I think, the most significant change is here, not only change in the political sense, but also in psychological sense - psychological because the greatest of the old great States vanishes from the map of India and its three parts go in three directions and the major part comes and becomes the important element of Andhra Pradesh. That symbolises not only a political change of importance, but also the gradual basic changes we are bringing about in India."

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