Rajahmundry is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh located in south west India. It is the fourth in terms of size in the state. The historical and cultural background of Rajahmundry is one of the best reasons to visit the city. The city has a fascinating culture scene, and is known as the cultural capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh.
During ancient times, the town was known as Raja Mahen. Prior to India receiving independence, the city was part of the Madras province. It was here that the Telugu language was born. The city was also the birthplace of the Adi Kavi Nannayya, or the first poet laureate in Telugu.
The climate of Rajahmundry is humid and hot. The monsoons see a lot of rain due to cyclonic storms in the Bay of Bengal.
Rajahmundry is home to a list of attractions. The River Godavari is one of the most famous attraction in the city. The city is home to numerous ghats and parks. The city is visited by people from all over the country. It is in fact the biggest cloth market in the country. The Godavari Kotilingala temple is among the most significant landmarks of the region.