One of the antiquated sanctuaries of Rajahmundry, Sri Markandeya Swamy Temple, is situated in Chanda Satram or Satram-Choultry. The explorer focus was at first mixed up as the remains of a mosque, yet later archeological studies discovered the remainders as a major aspect of an antiquated Shiva sanctuary. The sanctuary was modified in 1818 by Gundu Sobhanadrihwara Rao and the passage to the sanctuary begins from Gundu i Street which was his previous home. A blessed goal that has enormous authentic and also religious hugeness, this sanctuary has ious legends joined to it and is frequented by explorers from everywhere throughout the nation. A legend is related with the sanctuary that Muni Mrukhanada, a devotee of Lord Shiva, appealed to God for a youngster. Ruler Shiva influenced her to pick either between a youngster and a spouse or a tyke, will's identity alive just for a long time. Muni pick the child who was named as Markandeya.