Top 7 Places to Visit in Rajahmundry 2020
Updated: Apr 1
Rajahmundry is around 430.8kms away from Hyderabad it takes around 8.30 - 11 hrs by car & 9.40 - 11 hrs by bus.
Top 7 Places in Rajahmundry to visit 2020
If you or your family is looking for a serene place around Hyderabad which has both Pilgrimages & also has a lovely scenic view then Rajahmundry is the place to visit.
Maredumilli is a terrain of undulating plains, evergreen forests and rich biodiversity.
Located in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, which is known for its rivers, ravines and lush greeneries, Maredumilli is a paradise for the nature lover, for the adventure seeker and for the offbeat traveller.
Located 40kms away from Rajahmundry Draksharama Temple is one of the five most powerful and prominent temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in the country.
The temple architecture dates back to the 11th century.
The area and the temple are also called 'Dakshin Kashi' - that signifies its importance as a place of immense religious importance.
3. Godavari Bridge
Spanning across 2.1 km atop the River Godavari in the city of Rajahmundry, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Godavari Bridge is India’s 2nd largest rail cum road truss bridge.
It is also the second of the 3 bridges that span across the Godavari River.
4. Iskcon Temple
Iskcon temple Rajahmundry is the 2nd largest Iskcon temple in the Southern region of India after the Iskcon in Bangalore.
Also known as Gowthami Ghat, this temple is a popular worship spot and is definitely worth a visit.
Built across 2 acres of land on the banks of the Godavari River, this temple was created by the Iskcon group which stands for International Society for Krishna Consciousness and is a temple primarily dedicated to Lord Krishna
5.Sir Arthur Cotton Museum
Constructed in 1988, this museum is dedicated to the memory of Sir Arthur Cotton who was the mastermind behind the transformation for the ferocious Godavari river into a tame force useful for irrigation and water supply.
6. Dowleswaram Barrage
Dowleswaram is a small city in the Rajahmundry district of Andhra Pradesh.
Dowleswaram Barrage across Godavari river was built by Sir Arthur Cotton to tame the river and use the water of the river for irrigation & drinking water purposes.
7. Dwaraka Tirumala
Situated 94 km away from Rajahmundry this pilgrimage place also called as “Dwaraka Tirumala” is more popularly known as “Chinna Tirupathi”
The highlight of the village is the pious and revered shrine dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara.
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