The village of Adurru, located in the Razole Taluk of the East Godavari District, is famous for centuries old monuments excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India. Remains of viharas, Buddhist stupas and chaityas have been excavated from this site.
During the excavation, archaeologists also found ancient artefacts, such as jars, dishes, bowls of kaolin, red pottery and troughs. One of the prime attractions of this village is the Maha Stupa that is 17 ft in diameter. There is a mound in Adurru which is popularly called as the 'Dubaraju Gudi'.