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Located on the left bank of the mighty river “Godavari,” the historical city of Rajahmundry, popularly known as the cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh, was built by the then King Rajaraja Narendra. It was the capital of Tulavas and Chalukyas. The city is located in Vijayawada division of South Central Railway. The longest Road-cum-Rail Bridge in Asia on River Godavari starts from the city. There are two other bridges on the river Godavari, one, a rail bridge constructed about 150 years ago which is now abandoned and is proposed to be converted into a historical monument; two, third rail bridge constricted in 1996 which is one of the longest rail bridges in Asia.

Climate :
Rajahmundry has pleasant climate during November-February of the year. The climate is hot during March-June. The city experiences rains during July-October. The temperature varies from 24o C during winter to 49o C during the peak of summer.

Historical Growth :
The history of Rajahmundry dates back to 919 A.D. The city derived its name from the title “Rajahmahendra” worn by Vishnuvardhan who ruled the kingdom during 919-934 A.D. At the request of the famous king Rajaraja Narendra (1022-1061 A.D), Nannaya, the first Telugu poet took up the translation of Maha Bharata. Later the Cholas and the Cholukyas ruled the Vengi kingdom with Rajamahendravaram (now called Rajahmundry) as capital. Later the kingdom had come under the rule of Kakatiyas.

Growth of the Town :
Constituted as a third grade Municipality in 1865, Rajahmundry town has grown fast to the level of selection grade Municipality in the year 1980. Owing to the unique situation of the town between the two rice rich districts, known as the rice bowls of Andhra Pradesh, Rajahmundry has grown a into a famous city of trade and commerce.

GIS based property details
(e-initiative by RMC)
Vijay Rama Raju V,I.A.S, took charge as Commissioner of Rajahmundry Municipal Corporation

 Allocation of 40% Amounts to Slums for july 2010

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