|• Type||Panchayati raj|
|• Body||Gurazala gram panchayat|
|• Total||4,341 ha (10,727 acres)|
|• Density||600/km2 (1,600/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Gurazala is situated at . It is spread over an area of 4,341 ha (10,730 acres).
The Gurazala area has been home to some famous personalities. Nayakuralu Nagamma was a minister of the Gurajala faction who led the army against Macherla faction in the Battle of Palnadu, and one of the most powerful women in medieval India. Kaneganti Hanumanthu, a freedom fighter, started the Palnadu Rebellion against taxes. Kavuri Venkaiah, a freedom fighter, started training institutes for teachers, and free education for many poor people around Palnadu area. He believed that education can eradicate the poverty of this region.
As per the school information report for the academic year 2018–19, the village has a total of 25 schools. These schools include one each of government, model, KGBV and state welfare residential schools; 11 private and 10 Zilla/Mandal Parishad schools. Jagarlamudi Zilla Parishad High School is a district council funded school, which provides secondary education in the village.
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