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WEST GODAVARI

WEST GODAVARI

          Eluru (also called Helapuri) was a part of the Buddhist kingdom of Vengi. The Eastern Chalukyas ruled coastal Andhra from 700 to 1200, with Vengi,near the village of Pedavegi, as their capital. Historical evidences are found at the villages of Pedavegi and Guntupalli (Jilakarragudem). Eluru then became a part of theKalinga Empire until 1471. Later it fell into the hands of the Gajapathis. In 1515 Srikrishnadevaraya captured it. After the fall of the Vijayanagara Kingdom, it was taken by the Sultan of Golkonda, Kutub Shah. In the year 1925, West Godavari District was formed with Eluru as its Headquarters and all the district offices and regional offices were set up in Eluru town

Bhimavaram
BHIMAVARAM
Sri Someshwara Janardhana swamy Temple
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Dwaraka Tirumala
DWARAKA TIRUMALA
Sri Venkateshwara swamy Temple
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Natta Rameshwaram Temple
NATTA RAMESWARAM
Sri Ramalingeshwara Swamy Temple
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Palakollu Temple
PALAKOLLU
Ksheera Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple
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Penugonda
PENUGONDA
Sri Vasavi Kannika Parameshwari Temple
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Perupalem Beach
PERUPALEM BEACH
West Godavari
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