About Rajahmundry

Rajamahendravaram, is a city in the Indian province of Andhra Pradesh situated on the banks of the Godavari River in East Godavari district.It is a city partnership and furthermore the base camp of both Rajahmundry Rural and Rajahmundry Urban mandals,administered under Rajahmundry income division.As of 2018 statistics, it is the fifth most crowded city in the state, with a populace of 540,825. 

The city is known for its noteworthy conventional, social, rural and monetary foundations and subsequently, it is known as the Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh. One of the longest street cum rail connects crosswise over Godavari River, associates the city with the town of Kovvur.The Kotilingeswar Ghat sanctuary on the banks of Godavari waterway is one of fifty five Shakti Peethas.

About Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam is the biggest city and the budgetary capital of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh.The city is the authoritative base camp of Visakhapatnam region and the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy, State home office of Indian Coast Guard.Its geological area is in the midst of the Eastern Ghats and the shore of the Bay of Bengal.It is the most crowded city in the state with a populace of 2,035,922 starting at 2011, making it the fourteenth biggest city in the nation. It is likewise the ninth most crowded metropolitan region in India with a populace of 5,018,000.With a yield of $43.5 billion, Visakhapatnam is the ninth-biggest supporter of India's general total national output starting at 2016. 

Visakhapatnam's history extends back to the sixth century BCE, when it was viewed as a piece of the Kalinga Kingdom, and later led by the Vengi, the Pallava and Eastern Ganga dynasties.Archaeological records propose that the present city was worked around the eleventh and twelfth hundreds of years with authority over the city fluctuating between the Chola Dynasty and the Gajapati Kingdom,until its triumph by the Vijayanagara Empire in the fifteenth century. Vanquished by the Mughals in the sixteenth century, European powers in the long run set up exchanging interests in the city, and before the finish of the eighteenth century it had gone under French rule.Control gone to the British in 1804 and it stayed under British provincial principle until India's autonomy in 1947.

Visakhapatnam is the biggest city and the budgetary capital of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh.The city is the authoritative base camp of Visakhapatnam region and the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy, State home office of Indian Coast Guard.Its geological area is in the midst of the Eastern Ghats and the shore of the Bay of Bengal.It is the most crowded city in the state with a populace of 2,035,922 starting at 2011, making it the fourteenth biggest city in the nation. It is likewise the ninth most crowded metropolitan region in India with a populace of 5,018,000.With a yield of $43.5 billion, Visakhapatnam is the ninth-biggest supporter of India's general total national output starting at 2016. 

Visakhapatnam's history extends back to the sixth century BCE, when it was viewed as a piece of the Kalinga Kingdom, and later led by the Vengi, the Pallava and Eastern Ganga dynasties.Archaeological records propose that the present city was worked around the eleventh and twelfth hundreds of years with authority over the city fluctuating between the Chola Dynasty and the Gajapati Kingdom,until its triumph by the Vijayanagara Empire in the fifteenth century. Vanquished by the Mughals in the sixteenth century, European powers in the long run set up exchanging interests in the city, and before the finish of the eighteenth century it had gone under French rule.Control gone to the British in 1804 and it stayed under British provincial principle until India's autonomy in 1947.

Travel Operators From Rajahmundry to Visakhapatnam

Rajahmundry Boarding Points

  • Rajahmundry
  • Tilak Road
  • Kotipalli
  • Kovvur
  • Pangidi
  • Devarapalli
  • Morampudi Junction
  • Lalacheruvu Junction
  • Gokavaram Bus Stand
  • Vemagiri Junction
  • Gokavaram Busstand
  • Kotipally busstand
  • Rajamundry
  • morampudi junction
  • lalacheruvu
  • lalacheruvu
  • Kotipalli Bus Stand
  • Kotipally Bus Stand
  • High Tech Bus Stand
  • Lala cheruvu
  • MORAMPUDI
  • Railway Station
  • RAJAHMUNDRY
  • RAJAMUNDRY
  • gokavaram bus stand
  • Rajahmundry
  • RAJMUNDRY
  • Rajamundry Byepass
  • Rajamundry
  • Lalcheruvu junction Rajahmundry
  • LALA CHERUVU
  • LALACHERU
  • MORAMPUDI JUNCTION
  • Lalachervu
  • Lala cheruvu
  • Morampudi junction
  • RAJAHMUNDARY
  • diwancheruvu
  • Rajamundry
  • DIWAN CHERUVU
  • RTC Busstand
  • Kambal Cheru
  • LALACHERU JUNCTION
  • GSL Medical college
  • Hanuman Junction
  • Bus Stand
  • Gokavaram bus stand
  • KotiPally Bus Stand
  • gokavaram bus stand
  • Kotipalli Bustand

Visakhapatnam Droping Points

  • Kuramannapalem
  • Murali Nagar Birla Jn Bus Stop
  • RTCComplx
  • GURUDHAWAR
  • NAD KOTTHAROAD
  • STEELPLANT
  • RAMATAKIES KGN TRAVELS
  • MADDILAPALEM
  • Anakapalli BY PASS
  • Complex
  • Hanumanthawaka
  • Gajuvaka
  • MVP
  • Lankelapalyam
  • Muruli Nagar
  • KURAMANNA PALEM
  • OLD GAJUWAKA, NEAR VASAN EYE CARE CENTER 9397177007
  • RAMATAKIES JN. NEAR SYNDICATE BANK(M) 9397177007
  • Paravada
  • Achutpuram
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Visakhapatnam
  • MURALI NAGAR (BIRLA JUNCTION)
  • Maddilapalem Highway
  • Visakhapatnam
  • KOMADI JUNCTION AP
  • N A D Kottaroad
  • kuramani palem
  • KURMANI PALEM 1
  • Gajuwaka 1
  • KURMANNA PALEM
  • SREENAGAR
  • GURUWAR
  • Old Gajuwaka
  • Gurdwara
  • HANUMANTHA WAKA
  • Ranatalkies
  • Maddilapalem (Pickup Van/Bus)
  • Madurawada (Pickup Van/Bus)
  • seethammapeta
  • Kurmanipalem(Steel Plant Main Gate)
  • Madhurvada
  • Guudwara
  • Gudwara jn
  • MADDILAPALEM 9397177007
  • RAMA TALKILES
  • KURMANAPALEM
  • NAD
  • GURUDWAR
  • RTC COMPELX

Bus Types From Rajahmundry To Visakhapatnam

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