Rajahmundry, India

Originally known as Rajamahendri, Rajahmundry is often called as the 'cultural capital and born city' of Andhra Pradesh. The well-accepted South-Indian language Telugu has been originated from this city. Presently, Rajahmundry serves as a major pilgrimage center where visitors can explore a number of temples and holy places. The place enjoys great connection with Tollywood as several Tollywood movies have been shot here. You can book Rajahmundry holiday packages to explore the glorious and serene aura of the city.


Mid-March - end June
Temperature:10°C- 35°C

June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Late November To Mid-February

Best Places to Visit in Rajahmundry

Sir Arthur Cotton Museum:
Sir Arthur Cotton Museum was founded in year 1998. It is one of the must visit attraction of Rajahmundry district due to be the only civil engineering museum in Andhra Pradesh.

Ghats & Parks near Godavari River:
Holy River Godavari is the biggest attraction of this spiritual city. Three bridges over the river are the longest in South India. You can come across several ghats and parks that are situated along the bank of river. Gowthami Ghat is one of the popular ghats that celebrate an event called as Pushkaram.

Swami Vivekananda Biggest Statue:
The huge statue of Swami Vivekananda is constructed on a hillock located on the National Highway 5 of Rajahmundry.

River Bay Resort:
Situated close to the holy river of Godavari, River Bay Resort is the key attraction of this beautiful city. It is a popular resort that is surrounded by amazing backdrop. It is ideal place for leisure and business travelers.

Other Attractions:
There are several other attractions in Rajahmundry, including Chitrangi Bhavan, ISKON Temple, Kotilingalu Temple, Damerla Rama Rao Art Gallery, Gowthami Library, and many others can be visited during Rajahmundry vacation.

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Beautiful Sights of Rajahmundry