Godai district or Paschima Godai Jilla is one of the 13 districts in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The region is arranged in Coastal Andhra district of the state. The authoritative base camp of the locale is arranged at Eluru. Starting at 2011 evaluation of India, the region has a region of 7,742 km2 2,989 sq mi and a populace of 39,36,966. It is limited by Krishna area on the west, East Godai region on the east, Bay of Bengal on the south and the province of Telangana on the north. The Eastern Chalukyas ruled beach front Andhra from 700 to 1200, with Vengi, close Pedavegi town, as their capital.
Authentic confirmations are found at the towns, Pedavegi and Guntupalli Jilakarragudem. Eluru at that point turned into a piece of the Kalinga Empire until 1471. Later it fell under the control of the Gajapathis. In 1515 Sri Krishna Deva Raya caught it. After the fall of the Vijayanagara Kingdom, it was taken by the Sultan of Golkonda, Kutub Shah. In 1925, West Godai District was shaped with Eluru as its central station and all the area workplaces and territorial workplaces were set up in Eluru city. It is one of the great place.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Godavari: 534199 Language : Telugu Weather: Summer 28°C to 35°C Winter 18°C to 22°C