Narasapuram or Narsapur, is a town in West Godai locale of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. It is a region and mandal central station of Narasapuram mandal in Narasapuram income division. The town is arranged on the banks of the Vasista Godai River. The city sends out Lace as the trim business is more predominant in the city and its surroundings. Narsapur was otherwise called "Nrusimhapuri", named after the Lord Narasimha. Gradually it changed into Narasimhapuram and now to Narasapuram.
The presence of Narsapur goes back to 1173 AD. Dutch individuals arrived in Narsapur in 1626. Narsapur utilized as a port by the Dutch and ships and pontoons were worked here. It was noted for its ship building movement and a portion of the Europeans additionally were clients at this place. Indeed, however enormous boats are not fabricated, the specialty is as yet kept up here by building little water crafts.
In the sixteenth century, Portuguese set up their own particular manufacturing plant which stayed as an exchanging place for couple of years. In the eighteenth century, Narsapur turned into a critical exchanging port. From this port, teak was sent out to different locales. The ports at Kakinada and Narsapuram ended up popular for assembling ships. At introduce there is no port dealing with at Narsapur.