Rajahmundry, formally known as Rajamahendraam, is a city in the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh situated on the banks of the Godai River in East Godai region. It is a civil organization and furthermore the central station of both Rajahmundry Rural and Rajahmundry Urban mandals, managed under Rajahmundry income division. As of 2018 evaluation; it is the fifth most crowded city in the state, with a populace of 540,825 The city is known for its notable customary, social, agrarian and financial foundations and consequently, it is known as the Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh. One of the longest street cum rail connects crosswise over Godai River, associates the city with the town of Kovvur.
The Kotilingeswar Ghat sanctuary on the banks of Godai River is one of fifty-five Shakti Peethas. Rajahmundry is a business center point for east and west Godai regions. It is one of the biggest bullion advertises in India which comprises several gold, silver and platinum shops all through the city. Rajahmundry Airport arranged close Madhurapudi 18 km far from the core of the city. Stream Airways, Spicejet, IndiGo, and TruJet are significant carriers. The airplane terminal has guide administrations to Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore. Another terminal building was introduced on 16 May 2012.