Ramachandrapuram is a town in East Godavari district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a Municipality which serves as the headquarters of Ramachandrapuram mandal and Ramachandrapuram revenue division.
The Ramachandrapuram decades back called as “PENKULLAPADU” Raja Kakarlapudi Dynasty ruled this area. Before 17th century they ruled form Kotipalli Kota. Unfortunately their fort and temples were inundated due to heavy floods occurred in middle of the 17th century, they built new fort in Ramachandrapuram, near old bus stand are status of their clan deities Sri Rukmini Satyabhama Sameta Venu Gopal Swamy kept at Pedapati vari veedhi near Annapurna Theatre in 22nd ward later constructed a temple to those statues. They renamed this land as Ramachandrapuram, in the name of Kakarlapudi Ramachandraraju. The people confused to call Ramachandrapuram, many a villages has same names existed, they renamed as “KOTA RAMACHANDRAPURAM” because it is fort town.
Ramachandrapuram is located at 16.85°N 82.02°E. It has an average elevation of 10 metres (32 feet).
The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation operates bus services from Ramachandrapuram bus station.
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