Rajahmundry

Rajahmundry is famed for its waterfront on the banks of the Godavri. The historical and traditional backgrounds are famed and the city is known as the Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh. It’s home to the huge, riverside ISKCON Temple complex. North, along the river, Hindu devotees bathe in the Godavari from Saraswati and Pushkar ghats (bathing steps). The nearby Godavari Bridge offers river views. The ancient Kotilingeshwara Temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Shiva.

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Alcot Gardens, Rajahmundry
6 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Alcot Gardens is a locality in Rajahmundry which is located at a distance of 6 kms from the cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh, i. e. Rajahmundry. It lies along the river Godavari on the Main road which connects Innerpeta with Cotton Peta.

Alcot Garden was named after Mr Alcot who was a leader of the Divya Gyana Samaj. The site was used for conducting various assemblies and meetings of this samaj. Many decisions have been made here for the betterment of society. Alcot Gardens are famous among tourists and natives as a picnic spot. Alcot Gardens is not only famous for gardens, but t...

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Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills, Rajahmundry
9 kms from Rajahmundry city limits

Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills Ltd is one of the largest integrated paper and pulp manufacturers in the country, producing writing, printing, and copier papers for Indian and International markets alike. The facility near Rajahmundry is located about 9 kms outside the city.

The Andhra Pradesh Paper Mill facility near Rajahmundry was established on 29th June, 1964, winning the Certificate of Commencement of Business on 10th July, 1964. The mill houses five different paper machines, each one producing a different variety of paper.

The International Paper Andhra Pradesh Paper Mill...

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Aryabhata Science Centre and Museum is a museum and a knowledge centre built in the cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh, i. e. Rajahmundry. It is located at a distance of 4. 7 kms from Rajahmundry city center.

Aryabhata Science Centre and Museum is a non-profitable non-governmental organisation which aims to create scientific thinking and knowledge among the students and society. Aryabhata Science Museum is developed and maintained by Aryabhata Science and Technology Society. It was established on 20-11-2006 by the President, Mr P. Satyanarayana Murty a retired principal and a teach...

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Chitrangi Bhavan, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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Chitrangi Bhavan is situated at Seshayya Metta, Rajahmundry lying within the city limits.

Chitrangi Bhavan is named after the great Chalukya King Raja Raja Narendra's second wife Chitrangi. It was built by the king for his wife and is situated on the banks of the river Godavari. Several myths surround the serene and majestic setting of the Chitrangi Bhavan. It is quite close to the famous Chalam residence. The Palace in itself is very old and a place that must be visited once you are at Rajahmundry. Chitrangi Bhavan can be categorised under Heritage places and is a popular tourist...

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The Sir Arthur Cotton Museum was built in 1998 in honour of General Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton. It is located at a distance of 10 kms from the cultural capital Rajahmundry of Andhra Pradesh.

Sir Arthur Cotton was a British general and irrigation engineer. He devoted his life to the construction of irrigation and navigation canals throughout British India. He is also known as "Cotton Dora" and "Delta Architect", who constructed Dowleswaram barrage, Prakash barrage and the Kurnool Cuddappah Canal is revered in the Godavari districts for his efforts. He was the person who with his effor...

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Damerla Rama Rao Art Gallery is located in city limits of Rajhmundary and was founded in the memory of Mr. Damerla Rama Rao, an Indian artist who was born and raised in Rajahmund. Damerla Rama Rao was a revolutionary in the world of painting, who took it as his calling to revive the Andhra style of painting.

Damerla Rama Rao was an eminent Artist belonging to Rajhmundry, which is the Cultural Head Quarters of the District. His Paintings had a distinct style known as the Andhra School of Indian Art, having semblance to the great Ravi Varma’s Paintings. He died at a premature age of ...

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Draksharamam Temple is located at a distance of 40 kms from Rajahmundry and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The local priests believe that Sage Vyasa named this place as Dakshina Kasi.

The temple has many inscriptions carved on it's building which include edicts of sculptural traditions of Chola and Chalukyan dynasties. Near the temple, there is a Sapta Godavari Kundam which means Seven River Pond. This attracts a major number of devotees as well as touritsts. It is said that Saptamaharishis or Seven Sages divided the Godavari river into seven distinct streams at Draksharama in order...

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Forest Research Centre is a research centre and national park in the cultural capital Rajahmundry. It is situated along the Visakhapatnam-Ravulapalem road at a distance of 5 kms from Rajahmundry city center.

Forest Research Centre is maintained by the Reserve Forest of India and is responsible for all research-related tasks. Research related to plants, trees, shrubs, herbs is carried out in this centre. Forest Research Centre in Rajahmundry has a Biodiversity lab which aims to address the concern of biodiversity management by actively mainstreaming biodiversity into all decision ma...

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Gandhi Park, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits

Gandhi Park is a park near Round Park road in Rajahmundry and one of the most visited places here.

Gandhi Park is right in the middle of the city. The park is spacious for taking relaxing morning walks. The Gandhi park is full of greenery and is wide allowing people to walk comfortably. The park has a playground in the middle where children can play. The Gandhi park has a skating rink which is well maintained, and a coach is also available there to teach skating. Many children can be seen skating around in the ring while the coach coaches them and provides proper guidance. The park...

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Gantalamma Temple, Rajahmundry
4.3 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Gantalamma Temple is one of the famous temple located on the banks of River Godavari. The temple is situated in Mangalavaripeta. The temple is located in Rajahmundry city-limits. The distance from the Rajahmundry city center is 4. 3 kms.

Rajahmundry, officially known as Rajamahendravaram is a city of Andhra Pradesh. Due to its historic traditional, cultural, agricultural and economic backgrounds, Rajahmundry is known as "Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh. " The Kotilingeswar Ghat temple on the shores of Godavari river is one of fifty-five Shakti Peethas. Gantalamma Temple is a tem...

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Godavari Aarti, Rajahmundry
5 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Pushkar Ghat is one of the famous ghat located on the banks of River Godavari. Godavari Aarti is held on the banks of River Godavari, in Pushkar Ghat. The ghat is located closed to Rajahmundry city-limits. The distance from the Rajahmundry city center is 5 kms.

Rivers are the aid of every civilization. They are the source of our survival. And hence, it is considered sacred and worshipped. The evening Aarthi to the rivers is an important spiritual event in cities that have thrived on their banks. The Ganga Aarti at Varanasi is one event and on the other hand, the Godavari Aarthi at ...

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Godavari Bridge (Rajahmundry)
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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The Godavari Bridge or Kovvur-Rajahmundry Bridge is a truss bridge spanning Godavari river in Rajahmundry. It is Asia's third longest road-cum-rail bridge crossing a water body after the Digha-Sonpur rail road bridge in Patna, Bihar and Skygate Bridge R in Osaka, Japan. It is second of the three bridges that span the Godavari river at Rajahmundry and has two sister bridges : Old Godavari Bridge was built in 1900 by Mr. F. T. G Walton and has 56 spans. The 2754m long bridge was constructed with stone masonry and steel girders. The New Godavari Bridge was made as a substitute of it. The Godavari...

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Gowthami Ghat, Rajahmundry
5 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Gowthami Ghat is one of the famous ghat located on the banks of River Godavari. The ghat is situated in Thyagarajanagar. The ghat is located in Rajahmundry city-limits. The distance from the Rajahmundry city center is 5 kms.

Also known as Pushkaralapeta Ghat, Gowthami Ghat is one of the auspicious ghats in East Godavari district. In Gowthami Ghat, one can perform either the final rites of a person or sacred rituals inside the nearby temple. One can take a holy dip inside the Godavari river, Free dress changing rooms and restrooms are available. Kallu Bhagavan, Vyasa ashram, Datta P...

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The ISKCON Rajahmundry temple is built in two acres of land situated on the bank of sacred river Godavari.

Around the ISKCON Temple there are ten mantaps of lord's ten incarnations (Dasavatras). It is built uniquely and it is the third largest temple after Bangalore and Tirupathi in south India among ISKCON Temples. There is vedic exhibition in cellar of the temple complex depicting Lord Krishna, lord Rama and Chaitanya lilas which attracts students, devotees and visiting public. The temple is visited daily by 1000 to 1500 devotees and on Sundays 6,000 to 8,000 devotees and on Janm...

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Jaganmohini Kesawaswamy Temple is located in Ryali in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. The area is also known as KonaSeema and is located about 40 kms away from Rajahmundry.

The village is famed for its architectural beauty of the temples and the idols in them. The place was a natural forest during the 11th century and it was ruled over by the Cholas. The small temple was originally constructed by Raja Vikrama Deva in the 11th century and reconstructed and renovated in the later centuries. Ryali means fall in the local language. Legend has it that Lord Vishnu takes the d...

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Kadiam Devi Chowk
14.1 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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The Kadiam Devi Chowk is a street which is famous for flowers. It is just 14. 1 kms away from Rajahmundry.

Kadiam Devi Chowk is a very busy street in the kadiam village. The locals as well as tourists comes to this place for shopping. The street is surrounded by a lot of small shops. Everything from footware to food items can be bought here. But the street is famous for plants both prized and medicinal. Many people come here from far and near to get these plants. The majority area of this street is surrounded by nurseries. The place is always bustling as it acts as an entrance poin...

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Kadiyapulanka (Rajahmundry)
8 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Kadiyapulanka is a village located 8 kms away from Rajahmundry. This place is a flourishing hub of horticulture and floriculture. On visiting the place,one can witness a plethora of colours and it is an absolute bliss to their virtual senses.

Set in a typical sylvan setting,the village is adorned by beautiful blossoms,colors of which render magic to the air. The place is also home to a bunch of expertly maintained nurseries in which a wide variety of flowers like roses, lilies and jasmines are grown. One can also spot exotic ornamental plants such as arclias and archarias. With t...

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Kambala Park, Rajahmundry
8 kms from Rajahmundry city limits

Located in the city of Rajahmundry, Kambala Park is one of the best parks situated in Rajahmundry. The park is located 8 kms away from the city center.

During 1845-1850, an eminent citizen from Rajahmundry, Kambham Narasinga Rao Pantulu constructed a park using his own resources. And currently, it is known as, Kambalacheruvu Park or Kambala Park. Near the park, there is Kambham Choultry where funeral rites are held. The choultry was erected using bricks which were manufactured using the soil that came out while digging Kambala Tank. Initially, a stadium was planned to be built near...

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Konaseema
65 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Konaseema is the delta region in East Godavari District of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located at a distance of 65 kms from Rajahmundry.

Regarded as East Kerala due to its similarities with the Kerala backwaters. It is often termed as "God's Own Creation". It is surrounded by tributaries of the Godavari River and the Bay of Bengal. After crossing Rajahmundry, the Godavari splits into two branches which are called Vriddha Gautami (Gautami Godavari) and Vasishta Godavari. Again the Gautami branch splits into two branches namely Gautami and Nilarevu. Similarly the Vasishta sp...

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Kota Gumman, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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Located in the city of Rajahmundry, Kota Gummam is a Fort Gate situated in Andhra Pradesh. The historical landmark is located 5 kilometers away from the city center.

Kota Gummam is a well known historical landmark of Rajahmundry. It is also known as Fort Gate. It is a well-known place around old Godavari station. Although the Fort Gate has deteriorated, many shops and businesses are remaining. A part of the wall remains behind which lies the mausoleum of Samadhi, the daughter of Sir Arthur Cotton. One can also find the rare spiritual books, and spices in the market near Kota Gumma...

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Mandapalli Saneeswaralayam (Rajahmundry)
38 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Mandapalli Saneeswaralayam is a temple devoted to Lord Shiva who is also known as Sri Mandeswara. It is located near Mandapalli,Kothapeta which is roughly 38 kms away from Rajahmundry.

The main deity in Mandapalli Saneeswaralayam is Lord Shiva and there is a lot of history and legend attached to this place. It is said that those who worship this Linga by offering Gingelli oil would be blessed. The temple complex has three other small temples inside it which are Shri Brahmeswara Swamy temple, Srhi Nageswara Swamy temple and Shri Venugopala Swamy temple.

A large numbe...

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Maredumilli
85 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Maredumilli is a village situated on the Bhadrachalam-Rajahmundry highway in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. It is located at a distance of 85 kms from Rajahmundry. The village is located amidst semi-evergreen forests and is one of the most visited places near Rajahmundry.

The dense forests of the Eastern Ghats surround the little village and it has been developed by the Forest Department as an Eco-Tourism Center. It is a place for wildlife and nature, and of tribal people. The forest is conserved and developed by the tribal people who have been in the area for generati...

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Padmavathi Ghat, Rajahmundry
4.6 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Padmavathi Ghat is one of the famous ghat located on the banks of River Godavari. The ghat is situated in Mangalavaripeta. The ghat is located in Rajahmundry city-limits. The distance from the Rajahmundry city centre is 4. 6 kms.

Also known as Markandeya Ghat, Padmavathi Ghat is famous ghat on the historic river, Godavari. The ghat is known as "Pindh pradhan ghat". "Pindh Pradhan" is a final rite performed by Hindus annually, remembering their ancestors. And every day, in the ghat, so many people come for Pindh Pradhan. One can take a dip in the Godavari river. Many people visit t...

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Papi Hills (Rajahmundry)
100 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Papi Hills are three in number,situated like a wall in the midst of the holy river Godavari and are beautiful to witness. They're located at a distance of nearly 100 kms from Rajahmundry and make a perfect tourist destination.

Papi Hills is an astounding tourist spot with lush green hills. The long winding Godavari river makes the location scenic and serene. There are a bunch of sight-seeing options in and around Papi Hills and one can get lost in the beautiful atmosphere created by the hills. It can certainly be considered as heaven on Earth as the huge green hills tower over th...

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Paul Chowk, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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Paul Chowk is a very famous spot in the commercial part of the city of Rajahmundry lying within the city limits.

It is named after the great freedom fighter Bipin Chandra Paul, who visited the place during the days of the Vandemataram movement. The present Kotipalli Bus Stand was his stage of speeches then. He gave speeches for 5 days continuously at this place. The senior citizens of Rajahmundry who are above 50 years might have known this history. Paul Chowk imbibes the very essence of Rajahmundry and is connected to several important landmarks of the city. Three parks, Jetty Tow...

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Prakasam Round Park, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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Prakasam Round Park is one of the best parks located in Rajahmundry. It is a spot where still-stand trees tell the tale of bygone past of the natives and their heritage. The famous park is just 2. 5 kilometres from the city centre.

It is a children park; it contains swings of many kinds. The park is covered with dense green grass. Entering the park, one can experience the cold climate and refresh their mind. The park contains trees, meadow and picnic spots. It has a lot of fun time like playgrounds and lawns. The park also contains flowers and the open green area where one can rel...

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Pushkar Ghat, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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Pushkar Ghat is a Bathing Ghat on the banks of the river Godavari near the city of Rajahmundry.

It is surrounded by several ancient temples like Sri Kotilingeswara Temple and Sri Markendaya Swami temple. It is one of the several important Bathing Ghats in Rajahmundry. Devotees throng to the Ghat throughout the year. The spot is believed to wash away the sins of those who take a dip in its waters. The fact that several important temples are near to the Ghat only augments its importance in the mind of the devotee. On every fullmoon day an event called Godavari Harathi will be organiz...

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Rallabandi Subbarao Museum
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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The Rallabandi Subbarao Museum is a very old museum. It is just 4. 2 kilometers away from Rajahmundry and is situated well within the city limits.

The Rallabandi Subbarao Museum was set up in 1967. The museum is a very authentic ancient artifacts. The place contains a lot of important specimens of the past. The museum is one of the places where one can really see the culture of not just Andhra Pradesh but one can see the culture of India itself. The museum is not very famous and as a result, it is not very crowded. And so the visitors can enjoy the place at their own pace. The plac...

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Reserve Forest of India, Rajahmundry
6.4 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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The Reserve Forest of India, Rajahmundry is a government protected forest near Rajahmundry. It is situated just 6. 4 kms away from Rajahmundry city.

The title 'Reserve forest of India' is given to forests accorded to a certain degree of protection. The term was first introduced by the Indian Forest Act of 1927. The reserve forest near Rajahmundry is a forest where many flora and fauna are protected by the government. The place offers an experience with the purest form of nature. The forest is very well protected by the government officials. The first reserve forest in India was the...

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Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Temple is a very important place of pilgrimage in Rajahmundry.

Nearly 200 years back Lord Sri Visweswara Swamy Vari's Prathista was happened in the temple of Visweswara in Rajamahendravaram. There the continuous Adhayatimika, Spiritual and Devotional Mantras are always in flow on the Holy river banks of pious Godavari. The other name of the place is popularised as Dakshina Kasi i. e. , Rajahmundry. Lakhs of people have kept their confidence on this God. People and Devotees believe that their desires will fulfill as and when they worship the God of Visweswar...

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Sri Gowtami Grandhalayam, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits

Gowthami Grandhalayam or Sri Gowthami Regional Library was started by poet and social reformer Nalam Krishna Rao in 1898 in Rajahmundry, lying within the city.

Initially named Sri Veeresalingam library, since it was backed by the nationalist Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu, it was housed in Nalam Choultry in Innispeta with a very small collection. Around the same time Addanki Satyanarayana established the Vasuraya Library. Andhra Desa Grandhalaya Sangham secretary Pathuri Nageswara Rao suggested merger of the two libraries to get regional status. Following the advice of the elite i...

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Sri Kandukuri Veerasalingam Pantulu House is the house of a famous writer. It is situated just 4. 8 kilometers away from the Rajahmundry city center.

Sri Kuandukuri Veerasalingam is known to be the father of modern Andhra Pradesh. He is a social reformer, activist, writer and the quintessential Renaissance man. The Bengali Renaissance was very famous and is mentioned in a lot of places but what is not mentioned is that, the reform movements which were influenced by it in many parts of India. These movements do not always get the mention, but they had a huge influence on the societ...

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Sri Kukkuteswara Swamy temple, Pithapuram
56 kms from Rajahmundry city limits
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Sri Kukkuteswara Swamy temple in Pithapuram is dedicated entirely to Lord Shiva. It is located in the East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. It is 1. 7 km away from Pithapuram, the nearest railway station, and 56 kms away from Rajahmundry.

Legend has it that a demon who went by the name of Gayasura was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu and he performed strict penance. Lord Vishnu was impressed by his devotion and appeared before him, granting him a boon. The demon wished that whoever sees him should attain salvation.

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Sri Markandeya Swamy Temple, Rajahmundry is a very famous and popular temple. It is just 4. 9 kilometers away from the Rajahmundry city center.

Sri Markandeya Temple is one of the major tourist attractions of the quiet town of Rajahmundry. The temple is almost always filled with devotees. The temple is dedicated to Markandeya who was a devotee of the lord Shiva. Markandeya spent his while life devoting to Shiva. According to myth it is said that when the god of death approached him lord Shiva protected him and blessed him. In the ancient time, the temple was a mosque and later, th...

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Sri Sarangadhareswara Swami Temple is one of the most famed temples of Rajahmundry. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple has a historical significance from the times of the King of Vengi, King Narendra. It is located on the banks of Godavri River, about 5. 4 kmx away from the city center and about 5 km away from the Rajahmundry Railway Station.

Legend goes that King Narendra gave orders to have his son's, Sarangadharudu's, limbs cut off. The king was under influence of his step brother, Vijayaditya. He was informed that his son had an affair with his second wife, Chitrangi. When Saran...

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Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple, Pattiseema, which is picturesquely located on a hill known as Devakuta Parvatha in the middle of the Godavari river. Pattiseema is 35 kms from Rajahmundry. The place held a pleasant surprise for city dwellers. The famous temple of Sri Veerabhadra is picturesquely located on a hillock known as Devakuta Parvatha situated in the middle of the river Godavari.

Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple is a famous pilgrimage center dedicated to Lord Shiva. Here, Lord Shiva is presiding in the form of Lord Veerabhara Swamy. It is one of Pancha Kshetras and other four temp...

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Syamalamba Ammavari Devasthanam
Within Rajahmundry city limits

Syamalamba Ammavari Devasthanam (temple) is believed to be around 100 years old. The Temple is situated in the heart of the town, which is very nearer to R. T. C complex ( around 3KM) and S. C. Railway station(around 3KM).

Sri Somalammavaru is still in existence at end point of the city. On the occasion of Jatara festival generally falls on Telugu New years Day (Ugadi), Sri Somalammavaru will be brought with honors to Syamalamba temple which is a parental institution. This temple was renovated on 1st November 1911 by Gopalapuram Jameendars. There is a Sila - Sasanam installed in th...

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The Townhall, Rajahmundry
Within Rajahmundry city limits
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The Townhall of Rajahmundry is one of the historic important buildings in the area. It is situated just 4 kilometres away from the Rajahmundry city.

The townhall in Rajahmundry is of historic significance as it is the first town hall in Andhra Pradesh. The city of Rajahmundry is known as the cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh, this is because many of the cultural reform movements in Andhra Pradesh was concentrated in this area. The area is situated on the banks of the river Godavari which is considered holy. And as a result, there are many places of mythological importance in this ...

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Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple is located at a distance of 20 kms from Rajahmundry. It is an ancient and historical temple and also considered a Vyshnava Divya Khestra. The daily rituals performed in the temple are according to Vyghanasa Agama Sastra.

The two main deities of the place are Swayambuvu and Prathista. The Swayambuvu is situated at a height of about 120m, having 615 steps connecting to it. The temple was constructed a long time ago and has a number of Sila-Sasanams all around it, About 700-800 years ago, the temple was looked after by the family of Parasara Bha...

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