It is the delta zone in East Godai District of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, India. Seen as East Kerala due to its likenesses with the Kerala backwaters. It is habitually named as "God's Own Creation". It is enveloped by tributaries of the Godai River and the Bay of Bengal. In the wake of convergence Rajahmundry, the Godai parts into two branches which are called Vriddha Gautami Godai and Vasishta Godai. Again the Gautami branch parts into two branches specifically Gautami and Nilarevu. Additionally the Vasishta parts into two branches named Vasishta and Vainateya.
These four branches which join the Bay of Bengal at better places, outline a delta of length 170 km 110 mi along the shore of the Bay of Bengal and is known as the Konaseema region. It is the huge town in Konaseema, distinctive towns are Razole, Ravulapalem, Kothapeta and Mummidiam,. This zone is generally known for its coconut and paddy fields. It has different coconut trees and paddy fields, Konaseema coconuts are exchanged to ious spots of India and the cost of coconuts is less as the age is more. The underneath bend is arranged in Ravulapalem to Amalapuram course. It is one of the famous city in Andhra Pradesh.