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Interesting Facts About Rajahmundry :

Rajahmundry is officially known as Rajamahendravaram, and is located on the banks of the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh. Situated between the two cities of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada, this very old city of Rajahmundry is a historical, richly cultural and traditional city, surrounded with abundant nature. With a tropical climate, the weather is mostly hot and humid, with the hottest months being April, May and June and temperatures ranging from 34 degrees to 48 degrees on an average. December and January are the coolest months with temperatures ranging from a pleasant 27 degrees to 30 degrees and thus make it the best time to visit the city.

During the British rule, Rajahmundry was the headquarters of the Godavari district. It is also famous as the birthplace of the Telugu language as the script and grammar was conceived by the poet Nannayya, who was born there. One of the biggest cities in southern India during the 19th century, Rajahmundry was the base for many important political leaders during the Indian freedom struggle.

Today this city has progressed and prospered in a big way, which is evident from the massive rail-road bridge built across the river Godavari to join the east and west Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh and is also supposed to be one of Asia’s largest. Rajahmundry is also the commercial hub for east and west Godavari districts and is one of the largest bullion markets in India which consists of hundreds of Gold, Silver and Platinum shops throughout the city. Ease of travelling within the city is made possible by the availability of a great network of APSRTC  buses, regular taxis or cabs, smart taxis (mobile app-based taxi service like OLA), rickshaws, as well as cycle-rickshaws.

How to reach :

By air – The Rajahmundry Airport is well connected to several other cities of India via regular flights.

By train – The city also has a good rail network with several other cities across the country.

By bus – There are several bus services from various other cities to Rajahmundry.

AbhiBus too offers bus services from Chennai, Bengaluru and a few other cities to Rajahmundry.

Some must-visit attractions :

Kadiyapulanka - Situated just 8 kms from Rajahmundry, this beautiful village is sheer delight to the eyes. Actively involved in horticulture and floriculture, Kadiyapulanka is a showcase for some of the most beautiful flowers and plants growing here. One can enjoy the beauty of roses, jasmines, lilies and chrysanthemums along with several ornamental plants like the song of India, arclias and archaria. January is perhaps one of the best times to marvel at nature’s blessings, when the village hosts a splendid flower show.

Godavari Cruise  - Unbelievable! But one can actually enjoy a cruise down the river Godavari and be privileged to view a few places that are almost completely unexplored by humans. The boats are well-equipped with comfort to let the tourist have an awesome and enjoyable time taking in spectacular sceneries of amazing landscapes, abundant greenery and the enchanting hills. Ideal for nature lovers and photographers, one can choose the cruise which suits their pocket and time frame the best, from the variety of cruising packages offered.

Papi Hills  -  Locally, as well as popularly known as Papikondalu in Andhra Pradesh, Papi Hills is an enchanting hill station with thriving greenery and a mesmerizing, tranquil atmosphere. Tourists can enjoy the sight and sounds of nature, birds chirping and the beautiful waterfalls. Trekking in the hills and fishing in the streams are other enjoyable activities that one can indulge in .

Kotilingeswara Temple  -  This historical temple, built during the 10th century in Kotilingalarevu is a great specimen of ancient architectural design. The location where the temple is situated is the jetty where ferries are available to cross the Godavari river. The temple itself has bathing ghats around it and pilgrims who visit consider this a holy site and take a dip in the water here.  

Pattiseema  -  Home to the famous Veerabhadra Temple, which is perched on a picturesque hill with a spectacular backdrop of still more hills, silver coloured sand and some remarkable sculptures, Pattiseema is another place in Rajahmundry which is captivatingly beautiful and well known even for film shoots.

Dowleswaram Barrage  -  Meant for irrigation, the Dowleswaram Barrage was built on the last or lower stretch of the Godavari river, just before it empties into the Bay of Bengal. This barrage made the land fertile with its water and helped avert many famines during the rule of the British. The Dowleswaram Barrage is 15 feet high and 3.5 km long, with 175 crest gates to pass the floods.

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Interesting Facts About Rajahmundry :

Rajahmundry is officially known as Rajamahendravaram, and is located on the banks of the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh. Situated between the two cities of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada, this very old city of Rajahmundry is a historical, richly cultural and traditional city, surrounded with abundant nature. With a tropical climate, the weather is mostly hot and humid, with the hottest months being April, May and June and temperatures ranging from 34 degrees to 48 degrees on an average. December and January are the coolest months with temperatures ranging from a pleasant 27 degrees to 30 degrees and thus make it the best time to visit the city.

During the British rule, Rajahmundry was the headquarters of the Godavari district. It is also famous as the birthplace of the Telugu language as the script and grammar was conceived by the poet Nannayya, who was born there. One of the biggest cities in southern Indi......Read More


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