Rajahmundry, Andhra pradesh Overview
The name ‘rajahmundry’ literally means ‘Paddy Place’ and is thus one of the primary agricultural cities in Andhra Pradesh.
The vast paddy fields of Damaramadugu are one of the prime sources of rice in the state and in the country.
The town is split in two by the Pennar River and is thus located at both the banks of the river.
Towards the east of the city is the Bay of Bengal and thus rajahmundry is at a unique and strategic geographical location.
The city has seen various ancient dynasties like the Mauryas, Chola, Pallava and Vijaynagar etc.
rajahmundry is also famous for its ancient temples which are amazing owing to their stunning architecture and the
cultural history associated with them. rajahmundry also has the Nelapattu bird sanctuary which is a great spot for
the photography enthusiasts and professionals alike. The various lakes, temples, forts in the ancient agricultural
town of rajahmundry are sure to keep you enchanted. Here are some important tourist destinations in rajahmundry: