Tuni is a town in East Godai district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is a major commercial marketing center for more than 40 surrounding villages in the district. Tuni is a fringe point for the region of East Godai. It is known for mango trade, with about 250 assortments. It is additionally renowned for betel leaves and jute sacks. An assortment of cashew nuts are created in Tuni. Tuni might be an authentic site dated back to first century CE regarding Buddhism, which prospered in the close-by hillocks and towns, for example, Gopalapatnam, Satyaam and KummariLova close to the city of Tuni on the banks of Thandava River.
The Buddhist priests would have dwelled in Kummarilova town Kummararam from the second century CE to sixth century CE and proliferated Buddhism. The Buddhist 'aramas' and 'stupas' found in the town are declaration for their quality, they said. This town is being called 'Panchasheela Buddhist focus' as five Buddhist 'stupas' were found here as of late. Archaic exploration specialists have discovered a Buddhist site at Kummarilova of Tuni amid a general overview did as of late in the region. It is one of the great place in this city.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Tuni: 533401 Language : Telugu, English, Hindi Weather: Summer 28°C to 35°C Winter 18°C to 24°C