Komaragiri Reddi, the son of Anavota Reddi
, ruled the Reddi kingdom from 1386 to 1402. There were several internal disputes that took shape within the kingdom before Komaragiri took charge of the throne. He left the responsibility of the administration to his brother-in-law Kataya Vema Reddi, an able general.
Komaragiri Reddi was immersed in a life of pleasure and luxury. At that time many rulers of different parts of the kingdom announced their independence and refused to pay their taxes. Komaragiri Reddi became highly unpopular and was dethroned.