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Rajahmundry Tourism

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Ncparthasarathy Ncparthasarathy4.3/5

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Rajahmundry airport was very good. Lots of improvements seen after Mr. Naidu took over as CM in A. P. Road to it was full of greenery. In fact it's a good place for tourism. Godavari was awful. We can enjoy with boat trips etc.
You have lovely Kaajaa, pootarekulu and other sweets.

Pritvi Kanchi4.6/5

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A trip to Royal Vista of Rajahmundry

I had been to Rajahmundry in July 2015 by train. I had been to Rajahmundry by the Yeswantpur-Howrah superfast express which departs everyday from the Yeshwantpur Railway Station at around 7:30 pm. The must-visit attractions in and around Rajahmundry include the River Bay resort, biggest statue of Swami Vivekananda, dowleswaram Barrage and the Kambala park. The statue of Swami Vivekananda is constructed on a hillock right on National Highway 5. The river bay resort is located on the river Godavari. The Kambala park was constructed during the period 1845-50 by Mr Kambham Narasinga Rao Pantulu. The best time to visit Rajahmundry is between September to February.

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Rajahmundry Overview

History of Rajahmundry

Rajahmundry, originally known as Rajamahendri, is better known as the "cultural capital and born city" of Andhra Pradesh. This is probably due to the fact that the Telugu language originated here. Poet Nannayya gave Telugu a script here, which made it a language. It is the birthplace of poet Nannayya, who is also called the first poet of Telugu. The city of Rajahmundry is located 400 km from the capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad. Earlier a part of Chennai (erstwhile Madras), the city has River Godavari to its west. It is believed that the Chalukyas were the earliest rulers of the place. Rajaraja Narendra was a Chalukya king who ruled the city during 11th century. However, fresh archaeological data suggests that the history of the place is older than that. Looking at the recent past, the city has had its share of revolutions. It was one of the biggest South Indian cities in the 19th century and was the epicenter of many uprisings during the British Era. Nyapathi Subbarao and Kandukuri Veerasalingam were the two most important freedom fighters from Rajahmundry who played a crucial role in India's freedom struggle. Mr. Subba Rao was also one of the founders of "The Hindu", an English Daily.

People and Culture of Rajahmundry

Today, Rajahmundry is primarily a pilgrimage centre due to the presence of a large number of temples in the city. It also holds the Pushkaram, once every 12 years. Pushkaram is a holy congregation that sees millions of devotees taking a dip in the Godavari. The city also shares a special bond with Tollywood. Pattiseema, a scenic spot here, sees the shooting of many Telugu movies every year. Apart from the temples and the Tollywood tryst, the place is also known for Pulasa Fish. It's a rare species that is found only during the monsoon season.

Accommodation in Rajahmundry

Rajahmundry is well-connected to other neighboring cities of Andhra Pradesh by rail and road. Located on an elevation of 45 feet, it has a typical hot and humid tropical climate. The temperature does not vary much throughout the year, but the months of December and January are relatively cooler than the rest.