East Godai district or Toorpu Godai jilla is a district in Coastal Andhra region of Andhra Pradesh, India. Its area home office is at Kakinada. As of Census 2011, it turned into the most crowded locale of the state with a populace of 5,151,549. Rajahmundry and Kakinada are the two biggest urban communities in the Godai areas as far as populace. The area of Rajahmundry display name Rajamahendraam was rearranged in 1859 into two areas of Godai and Krishna. Godai District was additionally bifurcated into East and West Godai locale in 1925.
After Nov 1956's Andhra Pradesh was framed by joining parts of Naizam, Ceded and Circars, in 1959, the Bhadrachalam income division, comprising of Bhadrachalam and Naguru Taluqs 2 Taluqas in 1959 however later subdivided into Wajedu, Venkatapruram, Charla, Dummugudem, Bhadrachalam, Nellipaka, Chinturu, Kunaam, and Vara Rama Chandra Puram mandals of East Godai region were converged into the Khammam area. After June 2014's revamping and division of Andhra Pradesh, the Mandals of Bhadrachalam except for Bhadrachalam Temple, Nellipaka, Chinturu, Kunaam and Vara Rama Chandra Puram were re-added back to East Godai District. Tourists come here from all over the world with their family members and friends to visit this place.