At a separation of 42 Kms from Vizag Railway Station, Sankaram, arranged at a separation of 3 Kms from Anakapalle Railway Station is known for the Buddhist remnants. The remains are situated on the slopes privately known as Bojjanakonda and Lingalametta. Sankaram has ious solid votive stupas, shake cut caverns, auxiliary structures and pictures of Buddha and non-tantric type of Hariti. A few ancient pieces like the seals, engraved tablets, pots, copper coins generally of seventh century AD were found amid unearthings. A gold coin of Samudragupta of the fourth century AD is a huge find. A situated picture of Buddha named as Buddhanna or Bojjana is found in one of the caverns on the slope. There are a couple of plain and little surrenders on a similar hillock, which framed the Viharas for the priests and understudies.