Located in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, the city of Rajahmundry is known for its ISKCON Temple complex. On the other side of the river, Hindu pilgrims bathe in the Godavari from Pushkar and Saraswati ghats. The nearby Godavari Bridge offers a great view of the river.
The city of Rajahmundry is regarded as the birth place of the Telugu language. Its script and grammar were developed from the pen of Nannayya, who was also known as Di Kavi. He translated the Mahabharata into the language along with Yerrana and Tikkana. Kandukuri Veeresalingam, who was a social reformer, also came from the area.
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