Konaseema: An Oasis Of Enchanting Beauty!

Written By

Gopika VC

Konaseema is an area in the East Godavari district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is between the two branches of the Godavari River and the Bay of Bengal.

It takes 30 km to get from Amalapuram to Mandapalli. The wise man Dhadhichi Maharishi lived in this beautiful place, which was called an Ashram.


Ryali is famous for Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy's temple. 3 km from Ravulapalem, this settlement deceives. One of a kind in India, the Lord's sculpture is tranquil and beautiful.


From Naraspur, Antervedi is 10 km by boat and 24 km by road from Razole. The Vasishta Godavari, one of the 7 branches of the Godavari River, meets the sea at the village.


Sri Siddi Vinayaka Swami Temple attracts many devotees to Ainavilli. It is 72 km from Kakinada, 55 km from Rajahmundry, and 14 km from Amalapuram.


Most people believe that Lord Shiva married Bhadrakali in Gandharva style at Muramalla. The Kalyanam, which happens every night at 7 pm, is a big event here.


The best things about Dindi are its beautiful backwater canals, lagoons, and lakes, where you can spend time with your family.


The sight of the stuffed tigers at the entrance of the fort is pretty scary. It looks like these tiger skins are what's left of the Raja's hunting trips from back in the day.

Ramchandrapuram Fort

Draksharama is one of the five Hindu holy places, called Pancharama Kshetras, that are important to Lord Shiva.


Dwarapudi, known for its cattle market, clothing mart, and Ayyappa temple, is also known as Andhra Sabarimala.


Razole is known for its coconut and palm trees. Many Telugu film directors shoot in Razole due of its natural beauty.