Rajahmundry – Cultural Capital of Andhra


Legend has it that the Telugu language originated in Rajahmundry. The city was under a number of dynasties from Chalukyas to British. There are evidences that state that the city was built in 10 AD.


The Must-visits of Rajahmundry here for you!

ISKCON Temple: The third largest ISKCON temple in India is at rajahmundry attracting more than 50000 devotees on Janmasthami. The temple has ten mantaps representing the ten incarnations of the lord.

Dowleswaram Barrage: Dowleswaram Barrage was built in 1850 by Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton as an Irrigational structure across the Godavari river.

Syamalamba Ammavari Devasthanam: The Goddess of Rajahmundry, Sri Syamalamba, is at Syamalamba Ammavari Devasthanam. Legend has it that in ancient times, King Narendra of Chalukyan Dynasty protected this temple.

Godavari Rail Road Bridge: At 2.7 kilometers long and with a road deck over the single track rail deck, Godavari Rail Road Bridge is considered a Modern Marvel.

Kotilingeswara Temple: Constructed during the Chalukya period around 10 A.D, this temple is one of the ancient Shiva temples in Rajahmundry. The bathing ghats around the temple receive a lot of devotees for a holy dip.

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