Anakapalle is a suburb of Visakhapatnam in the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. The district was converged with Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation. It has the second biggest jaggery market of the nation. The town was initially under the administer of the Kalinga Empire old Orissa, diverse traditions controlled this locale i.e. Chedi Kingdom of Kalinga Orissa, Eastern Ganga tradition of Orissa, Gajapati Kingdom of Orissa, Kakatiya, and Qutub Shahi realms. Around 1450, Kakarlapudi Appala Raju Payakarao assumed control over the administer of district under the Nawab of Arcot, with Anakapalle as his invigorated base camp.
The adventure of Anakapalle begins with a history specialist named "Tallapragada" place and found that Anakapalle. This was demonstrated from the recorded confirmations found on Bojjana Konda. It is situated by the side of a heavenly Sarada River. Amid the Independence battle of India, numerous conspicuous pioneers like Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar visited Anakapalle. It is around 34 km in separate from Visakhapatnam. Horticulture for the most part comprises of generation of Rice, Corn, Sugarcane, and a wide range of vegetables. The central product developed in this district is sugarcane and Anakapalle is notable for its jaggery showcase, which is the second biggest in India. Velagapudi Steels claim a steel process close Anakapalle.