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Rajahmundry(rä`jəməndrē), city (1991 pop. 401,397), Andhra Pradesh state, E central India, in the Godavari River delta. It is a center of the tobacco industry and headquarters of the Godavari irrigation works. The Pushkaram religious festival, attracting thousands of pilgrims, is held there every 12 years. In the 15th cent. Rajahmundry was a fortress town of the Bahmani and Vijayanagar kingdoms.
a city in India, in the state of Andhra-Pra-desh; situated on the Godavari River, near a railroad and highway bridge. Population, 189,000 (1971). A transportation junction, Rajahmundry has textile, paper, and food-processing enterprises. Graphite crucibles are produced from graphite mined nearby.