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Rajahmundry A Photo Feature From The Forests Of Rajmundhary

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Last updated on January 9, 2020

Rajahmundry a Photo Feature Few Beautiful Scenes From The Forests Of Rajmundhary, Andhra Pradesh

Photograph by Charles Verghese Philip

Rajahmundry a photo feature, is a collection of photographs captured in recent times by C V Philip of Philipscom.

Rajahmundry is the biggest city of the East and West Godavari District in the state of Andra Pradesh.

It is known as one of the oldest cities in India. Rajahmundry was founded with in the 19th century by the Chalukya King- Raja Raja Narendra.

This Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh is also referred to as the ‘born city’ as it is believed to be the birth city of Telugu language.

Touring along the river Godavari and relishing the lush green landscapes is one of the prime attractions at Rajahmundry that pulls in tourists from different destinations.

Rajahmundry is referred to as Southern Bombay, it is also a prominent textile hub. Alluring landscapes, primitive temples, and the Godavari river cruise – the heart of this historic land are as pristine as its environment.

It is also a well-known pilgrim spot for Hindus, situated on the banks of Godavari river.  Godavari river is considered as a sacred river and the famous Pushkara festivals are held on the banks of this river in every 12 years.

In this post, Rajahmundry a Photo Feature, we are presenting some of the lovely scenes from this historical city.  Images captured by C V Philip of Philipscom.

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The Photographer C V Philip

Pictures Taken by Charles Verghese Philip

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