Rajahmundry is a major city that is located in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. This city was founded and ruled by the Chalukya clan for the longest period of time. Till date, the ruins of the forts constructed during their reign exist in the city. Rajahmundry is known as the 'cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh' as it houses the amazing culture of the former Rajahmundry Empire.
Entrenched on the banks of the River Godavari, the city of Rajahmundry is hoisted at a height of 46 feet above the sea level. The rough terrains of Rajahmundry unfold over an area of 160 sq. km. This city is surrounded by Odisha in North, the Bay of Bengal in South, West Godavari district in West and Bay of Bengal in East as well. It has a tropical humid climate. The summers have an average mercury level of 39°C, whereas, the winter season is mild and has the median temperature scaling between 17°C-24°C.
The city of Rajahmundry is dotted with different attractions. The places like ISKCON Temple, Pushkar Ghat, Gowthami Ghat, Markandeya Swami Temple, Pattabhiram Enclave, along with the bustling markets and shopping malls ensnare visitors.