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We launched Anand Tourism only to provide the unforgettable trips to the tourists and we have journeyed with tourists down last three years. Yet we are ever on the move. Striving to live up to our own impossible standards. Trying to surprise the guests with more than just a holiday in East & West Godavari districts. , the unforgettable memories are made of. No wonder hundreds of globetrotter choose to travel only with Anand Tourism in Rajahmundry. At the very outset we used to provide only Papikondalu trip to the tourists of Rajahmundry but later on we expanded our tourism into several packages like Mada forests, Maredumilli trip, kolluru package….etc.. Our tours capture that quintessential magic of East & West Godavari districts like no one else can: Its archaeological splendor, lush vegetation, stunning mountains, hill stations, wildlife and bird sanctuary, forts and palaces, pilgrim centers, festivals and floating through the river Godavari and backwaters.

Treat yourself to Anand travel packages. Whether you’re looking for a travel package to relax and indulge, special travels in Anand with friends and family, a trip to your favourite chillout spot or a new adventure, you’ve come to the right place. Relive your life again and add a little spice to it with exciting Anand travels.

Anand Regency has spread its wings by launching   “Anand Tourism” to entertain the tourists arriving Rajahmundry. Anand tourism is set to promote the beauty of nature of east and west Godavari districts to the lovers of real scenic beauty of nature.  Anand Tourism” provides a pleasure trip to the lovers of nature through East and West Godavari Districts. Wide ranges of packages are designed to meet the need of each individual with respect to the age. These packages will cover the natural scenic beauties and world famous pilgrimage places, historical monument in the above-mentioned districts.

We launched Anand Tourism only to provide the unforgettable trips to the tourists and we have journeyed with tourists down last three years. Yet we are ever on the move. Striving to live up to our own impossible standards. Trying to surprise the guests with more than just a holiday in East & West Godavari districts. , the unforgettable memories are made of. No wonder hundreds of globetrotter choose to travel only with Anand Tourism in Rajahmundry. At the very outset we used to provide only Papikondalu trip to the tourists of Rajahmundry but later on we expanded our tourism into several packages like Mada forests, Maredumilli trip, kolluru package….etc.. Our tours capture that quintessential magic of East & West Godavari districts like no one else can: Its archaeological splendor, lush vegetation, stunning mountains, hill stations, wildlife and bird sanctuary, forts and palaces, pilgrim centers, festivals and floating through the river Godavari and backwaters



River Godavari took main role in our tourism spots like papi hills, Badrachalam package and many more packages which leads with boat on the river Godavari during the journey. The boat journey will definitely make the guests memorable by stirring moments of enjoying the nature in vicinity.

The origin of the river Godavari is at Triambakam, which is in the Nasik District of Maharastra state. The Godavari River passes through various districts of Andhra Pradesh and reaches Rajahmundry. At Rajahmundry Godavari is known as Akhanda Godavari, later it branches into seven streams and merges with the sea. The Godavari Pushkarams are celebrated when the transition of the planet Jupiter (Brihaspathi) into Simha Rasi (Leo). These pushkarams was held from 30.7.2003 to 10.8.2003. For Every 12 years the Pushkaras are being celebrated. Lakhs of pilgrims will take a holy dip in the river Godavari during Pushkaras.



We are providing so many packages to the tourists of Rajahmundry. Our main objective is that every tourist should aware of the immensity of East and West Godavari districts. For this we will make them aware by giving guidance while the tourists are visiting the particular places. Our main vision is to serve the best and memorable trips with all the full information of each place to every tourist. The famous places in and around East & West godavari districts are mentioned as follows…..

One of our provided packages Papikondalu is the most lovable visiting place to the nature lovers. Papi Kondalu or Papi Hills is located in the Perantalapalli village of Khammam district. The ethereal scenic beauty of Papi Hills resembles the scenery of Indias all time favourite holiday destination of Kashmir. The dense jungles over the hill range do much to add to the mystical charm of the Hills.


The hills are fast becoming the favourite destination for nature lovers. Pilgrims and tourists enjoy going on the weekend launch ride on the river Godavari.. The voyage takes you down the river from Kunavaram and transports you into a different world  where Nature rules in all her glory, untouched by Man.

You will see the picture postcard prettiness of a hilly countryside patch worked with quaint little farms, a landscape dotted with tribal habitations and river banks densely forested with the timber reserves. Feel the crisp fresh air invigorate your senses and lose yourself in the magical beauty of the hills and its environs.

The areas surrounding the Papi Hills also abound with several visual treats for visitors. The pristine waterfall at the quaint village of Perantala Palli is very popular with tourists. The beautiful scenery of Papi Hills, the waterfalls at Munivaatam, and the peaceful atmosphere at this tribal area make a trip to the hills a special treat for tourists.




The Papikondalu are a place apart, we will find acres of green fields, white smooth sand, Green color water in the river, panoramic view of sunrise and sunset, occasional toddy tappers, smiling villagers, beauty and honest tribal.



It has become the favorite destination for hundreds of nature lovers. Pilgrims and tourists going on weekend launch ride in Godavari. The trip down the river from Kunavaram would lead to a different world where the nature delights the naked eye with grand spectacles. The hilly countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature.

The people are lucky who visited or going to visit the Papikondalu.


We can Experience our life’s at most wonderful moments , where confluence of rivers Godavari and Sabari takes place in Kolluru tribal village. While playing in sand, trekking, boating, fishing – you can also have the Andhra sea food along with Non Veg varieties while staying in bamboo huts, here is BAMBOO CHICKEN is very famous. The Price range is very affordable.Enjoy a camp fire every night along with other tourists, where singing, dancing and boozing. You can enjoy the boat ride on Godavari along with your partner in moon light.

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Papi hills Night accomdation



All these packages are meant for only to provide the scenic beauty of nature to its lovers. Papi kondalu, Kolluru, Konaseema, are located as next to one of one. If we go through the following map we can have a brief idea on these places. Even you  prepared to go to papikondalu you also can have the tiny sight of kolleru bamboo huts and the beautiful bamboo flowers.we can also call these places as charming green roses placed next to another one.


We are also providing the Konaseema package to the deep lovers of nature who like real greenish beauty of nature.KONASEEMA is deeply committed to promotion of Konaseema, Papikondalu and its spectacular beauty. KONASEEMA is an oasis of enchanting beauty, peace and tranquility that is a dream tour destination for all. Its magnificent landscape, artistic temples, lavish greenery, lustrous coconut grooves and fields and its resilience takes your breath away.

Whether you’re traveling by train, boat or bus, a glance at the surrounding countryside is enough to capture the cultural wealth and geographical variety of this paradise on earth. There is no place on earth like KONASEEMA. KONASEEMA is surrounded by other beautiful destinations like Papi Kondalu, Kolleru Lake, Maredumilli Forest (Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary), Mangrove (Mada) Forest (Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary). Cherish this beautiful land and relish its culture…  


Konaseema in East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA has emerged as the latest hotspot of tourists. The backwaters of Godavari River in the lush green Konaseema, is not just luring people from Andhra but also visitors from all over the country.

Konaseema is situated in the Godavari delta between rivers Goutami and Vasishta; a beautiful land of breathtaking beauty and coconut gardens that brings alive the varied charm of Mother Nature. There can be no beautiful journey than a cruise down the gentle waters of river Godavari and marvel it’s untamed, pristine and virgin beauty of this magnificent place.


ANAND TOURISM mission is to popularize Konaseema’s vibrant unspoiled bounteous beauty, culture, art, etc and bring alive its abundant charisma. ANAND TOURISM offers you in-depth and incisive analysis about the magical charm of Konaseema and its many splendor attractions and ensures that your expedition to the dazzling land of Konaseema is an adventure which is as enjoyable as it is exciting; and one which instills a spirit of love for nature in your heart.

BHADRACHALAM  (famous temple of SRIRAMA)

Bhadrachalam was a census town which recently turned out to be a Municipal Corporation in Khammam district, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Bhadrachalam Temple, where the presiding deity is Lord Rama, is an important site of pilgrimage for Hindus. It is situated on the banks of the river Godavari.
In 1959 Bhadrachalam Revenue Division consisting of Bhadrachalam and Nuguru Venkatapuram Taluks of East Godavari district, which were on the other side of the river Godavari were merged into Khammam on grounds of geographical contiguity and administrative viability.


The town is connected to other major towns by rail and by road. Bhadrachalam is about 130 kilometres (approx. 82miles) from district head quarters Khammam and 320 kilometres from Hyderabad. The nearest railway station to Bhadrachalam is at a distance of 40 kilometres, in a town called Kothagudem.

The railway station at Kothagudem was named as Bhadrachalam road due to its proximity to the important pilgrimage center. However, the Kothagudem railway station does not provide access to many important destinations, and hence to travel to other cities such as Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, etc., the district head quarters, Khammam is the nearest Railway station. Bhadrachalam, as known is famous as temple town, besides it has some other specialities, an ITC LIMITED- PAPERBOARDS AND SPECIALTY PAPERS DIVISION factory is located on the opposite bank of the town Bhadrachalam in a small village called Sarapaka. Bhadrachalam town is the gateway of agency area (dhandakaranya). Bhadrachalam’s name has been derived from “Bhadragiri” (Mountain of Bhadra – a boon child of Meru and Menaka).



Bhadrachalam is a small town in south India on the banks of river Godavari, the town is famous for “Sri Seetaramachandra Swamy temple” which is the unique temple in India dedicated to lord Rama. Presently it is the biggest kshetra of Sri Rama after Ayodhya. It is the 17th century Shri Ram temple perches on a small hillock, encircled by the holy river Godavari flowing towards southern direction.

Bhadrachalam attracts hundreds and thousands of devotees from all over the world.

Bhadrachalam is most picturesquely situated in an area, which once formed part of the Dandakaranya forest, visited by Sri Rama,Sita and Lakshmana during their exile (vanavasam). The jungle in the vicinity of the temple was the actual site of Rama’s retreat and it was at the parnasala (32 km from here) that he built a hut for himself and Sita and from where Sita was abducted by Ravana.

The history of this shrine stands for the significance of Ramayana Era, and vicinity of the temple had its incongruous add mixture of another story which depicts the exigency of ” Sri Mahavishnu ” to manifest himself as Rama long after Ramavatara was to fulfill his promise to his Bhakta Bhadra (a mountain king), a sage who had been continuing the frightened penance to get grace of Lord Rama.The name Bhadrachalam derived from Bhadragiri (Mountain of Bhadra – child of Meru and Menaka).

The temple at Bhadrachalam has the Archa Murthys of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana and are considered to be Svayambhu Murthys (self-manifested ones).Srirama appeared in a dream to a woman called Pokala Dammakka and informed here about the existence of vigrahas on Bhadragiri hills. To her surprise she found the “Vigrahas” and put up a modest structure.Dhammakka ,cleared jungle and offered puja to the deities. This was the origin of the present temple.



The Temple was constructed in the 17th Century by the local Tahsildar, Kancharla Gopanna, popularly known as Bhakta Ramadas, a fervent devotee of Lord Sree Rama.People called Gopanna by the name familiar to us as Bhadrachala Ramadas, because of his devotion to the Vaikunta Rama enshrined at Bhadrachalam.
Two festivals are most important here at Bhadrachalam – Annual Kalyanotsavam on the eve of Sri Rama navami, during Sri Rama Navami(march-April) there is a huge influx of pilgrims not only from Andhra districts, but also from other distant places to attend the wedding of Lord Rama with Sita. Vaikunta Ekadasi (Mukkoti). Sree Seetaramachandra swamy will give darshan through the Vaikuntha dwaram on the eve of Mukkoti (December-January).

This shrine was built by a devotee of Lord Rama, Kancherla Gopanna popularly known as Bhakta Ramadasu in the 17th century (1630 A. D.). Gopanna was the Tasildar of Bhadrachalam (in the second half of the 17th century) is said to have utilized money from the government treasury to build this temple, and was imprisoned in a dungeon at Golconda. Lord Rama is said to have miraculously given the Sultan the money spent by Gopanna, after which he was released. Gopanna then became Bhadrachala Ramadasu, and went on to compose innumerable number of songs in Telugu in praise of Rama.


This is the second largest forest in India. The Mada forest   is located at a distance of about 45 KM from Kakinada on Kakinada Yanam Road and 100 KM from Rajahmundry (Via) Ramachandrapuram over Coringa Sanctuary, named after a tiny village Coringa in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh a part of Godavari Mangroves was declared as a wildlife sanctuary.

There are thirty five plant species viz., Nalla mada, Tella mada, Vilva mada are present in this sanctuary. Apart from these animals, mangroves invariably attract large populations of birds which feed on various organisms occurring in the mangrove forest and in the back water. Over 120 species of birds are reported and among them the following are the common birds found in the Sanctuary like Little Egret, Pied Kingfisher, Cattle Egret, Root Heron etc., During the low tide some of the areas are exposed (elevated mud flats having small fishes, shrimps, molluses) attracting avafauna for its feed.


mada forest

The soil surface of mangroves provide niche for mudskippers, crabs and molluses. The water in the forest supports a variety of animals like the smooth Indian Otters (Mud skipper, Crab) Jackal Monkeys and Fishing cat. The Sanctuary has an unique distinction of having a 18 Km. long sand spit in the North Eastern side.


Maredumilli is an other famous forest in east godavari district . The Maredumilli Forests are having rich biodiversity and the area is having semi evergreen forests with undulating terrain, which forms part of the Eastern Ghats.The Maredumilli Community Conservation & Eco Tourism Area is situated on Maredumilli – Bhadrachalam road, nearly 4 Km. away from Maredumilli village. The area is having many streams flowing over the undulating rocks in the deep woods and any visitor feel thrilling experience in the Nature.

The jungle star campsite is located adjoining the Valamuru river with the stream flowing on 3 sides overlooking the Vali-Sugriva Konda which is believed to be the battle ground of the Vali-Sugriva during the Ramayana period. The remarkable variation of the battleground with the presence of grass land, encircled by forests on the other hillocks makes the visitor to pay attention on the legendary story.




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Maredumilli forests are the treasure and very famous of pine trees which will be utilized it’s pulp in the process of making currency notes. There are also some famous Water fallses at maredumilli forests which will give lots of enjoy and can see the scenic beauty of waterfalls. You feels that its very difficult to put them in words the beauty of the place. Further you can trek though big rocks to reach the foot steps of the waterfalls. You cannot just stop to say WOW! The water is gushing through rocks from height of 200 feet in to multiple streams. You will definitely feel waterfalls like a place where you can get plenty of pleasure and enjoyment. But this one is very accessible and you can enjoy in water falls by straight away jumped into falls, trying to climb the steps on it. We can also get lots of ayurvedic plants here (approximately 220 kinds), which will be very valuable in the process of the medication.


The both Districts (East & West) are huge popular for number of different ways like Temples around Godavari, sea and temple at Antharvedi, Big famous Shiva lingam at pushkar ghat (Rajahmundry), Iscon Temple, Draksharamam temple , Mandapalli saneswara swamy temple,Ainavilli vigneswra temple and also for famous and  Delicious Sweets like Kakinada Kaja, Putha rekulu of Atreyapuram, Godavari fishes (Pulasa),cloth markets and many more…




Drakshrama is located in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. This place is very famous for one of the pancharama temple, Draksharama Bheemeshwara Swamy and located in a green belt due to river Godavari.

The temple (along with Kumararama Bheemeswara Swamy temple at Samalkot) has been constructed by the East Chalukyan king during Nineth century. The temple also consists one of the Shakti peetha, Sri Manikyamba. Irrespective of the kind, people who perfom puja here will be free of their sins.


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is a village in Sakhinetipalle mandal located close to Narsapur near the Bay of Bengal coast and Vasistha River, in East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Actually the place Antarvedi is at the tip of the confluence of the Vasistha River with the Bay of Bengal.Antarvedi is famous for the Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple constructed between the 15th and 16th centuries.A temple of lord siva is also present which is older than narasimha swamy temple ,the idol of lord siva was installed by lord srirama.

The lord and temple was gifted with many priceless jewels by the past kings, nobles and even East India Company. These jewels have been stored in a vault at the treasury department for the last 50 – 60 years. With great efforts and contribution by local M.L.A. Sri Alluri Krishnam Raju and the temple authorities, the age old jewelry of the god is being brought to Antarvedi and the idols of the Lord are being decorated during the Kalyanotsavam.


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Outer view of the temple and the statues of Sri krishna with Radha

A huge Krishna temple has been constructed by the  ISKCON foundation on the banks of  River Godavari in Rajahmundry.
Popularly called as Gowthami Ghat, it is a major attraction for the young population as a recreational center.The International Sri Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) centre here is supposedly the second biggest spiritual centre in South India, after Bangalore.

Sri Krishna Chaitanya Maha Prabhu, who was worshiped as the incarnation of Lord Krishna about 500 years ago, was the first saint to launch `Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ sankeerthana movement.  Devotees are drawn to the simplicity of the experience and the air of serenity that pervades the temple and its verdant premises


Ainavilli is located at a distance of 72 Km from Kakinada (Via Yanam, Amalapuram and Mukteswaram), 55 Km from Rajahmundry (Via Ravulapalem, Kotapeta and Vanapalli) and 14 Kms from Amalapuram (Mukteswaram).According to Vaastu Sastra the most suitable places to build temples are, on the bank of a river, near the sea – Shore, at the confluence of rivers, on top of a mountain or near places of sanctity


is a village and a Mandal in East Godavari district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.Ainavilli is famous for Sri VaraSiddi Vinayaka Temple,the famous spiritual site of Lord Ganesha in Konaseema Region of East Godavari Dist.
The temple has gained significant popularity in recent years with thousands of devotees visiting the temple.

In the midst of the lush – green fields of the River Godavari the Konaseema area reminds one of the sanctity and sacred feeling described in the Vaastu Sastra. In this area of Konaseema is AINAVILLI, where the “SIDDI VINAYAKA TEMPLE” is situated. Before performing Daksha Yagna Daksha Prajapati was supposed to have performed puja of Vinayaka at this place for its successful completion. This is written in the “KSHETRA PURANA” of this place.


The most distinctive feature of Annavaram is the shrine to Lord Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swamy on the hill top.
The name of the Goddess is Ananta-lakshmi Satyavathi Ammavaru.National Highway (NH)-5 pass via Annavaram. The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) operates regular bus services from Kakinada to Tuni, Rajahmundry to Tuni, and Yele-swaram to Tuni via Annavaram.



The popularity and importance of the temple is gaining among the pilgrims and this place is considered as second only to Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh. Festivals are celebrated round the year at this temple with great pomp and show. Some of the popular festivals celebrated are the Kalyanam festival in May, Devi Navaratri festival in September, the Swayamvara Vardhanti of Sraavana Suddha Ekadashi Day, Srirama Kalyana, Kanakadurga Yatra, Prabha Utsavam, Teppa Utsavam and Jalatoranam.

The serene atmosphere of the temple and its surroundings captivate devotees of Lord Veera Venkata Satya-narayana Swamy. The prasadam offered to the devotees has a wonderful taste that cannot be replicated.


This temple is located at a distance of 33 Km from Kakinada, 40 Km from Rajahmundry and 60 Km from Amalapuram. Biccavolu is known for Beautiful stone temple of Lord Shiva. Built by the Eastern Chalukyas in the 9th-10th centuries, the temples are a fine example of the architectural grandeur that was typical of the Dravidian style. A stone sculpture of Ganesha in the village is a masterpiece of Chalukyan craftsmanship.











 The name of the village Biccavole derived from the ruler to Turupu Chalakya Vamsam during their period 849-892 BC and the rulers constructed number of important temples during their period around the Biccavole village. Out of which one of the temple, Sri Raja Rajeswari vari temple and Sri Chandrasekhara Swami Vari temple. They are very prominent with great Silpakala nypunyam.


Situated 28 Kms from Rajahmundry and 40 Kms from Kakinada this is the only known Sani temple in India and attracts pilgrims from all over who perform the ‘Tailabhishekam’. It is also known as the Mandeswara Swami temple, as the Shivalinga was said to have been installed by Sani who is known as ‘Manda.



Mandapalli is Situated 38 Km from Rajahmundry, 60 Km from Kakinada and 30 Km from Amalapuram.In the days of yore, this locality was the holy ashram of the sage Dhadhichi Maharshi. This hermit Dhadhichi has done a supreme sacrifice of donating his valuable spinal cord for the mighty and powerful weapon popularly known as Vajrayudha of Lord Indra, which was employed to kill the deadly asuraas.

The weapons wielded by the eight suras in the eight directions called astadikpalakas, killed innumerable ghostly demons. To avenge the death of these demons certain other demons called Aswadha and Pippale invaded the area under reference and brought about untold havoc.




The very mention of the name of Kakinada reminds everyone of kotaiah’s kaja this crispy cylindrical sweet meat is popular not only across Andhra Pradesh but also across the nation and the continent like Bandar laddu and Hyderabad pullareddy sweets This mouth watering Kotaiah’s kaja has the widest range of customers such as former chief minister (N.T RAMARAO), diplomats, politicians, NRIs, foreigners, high ranking officials, film artists , producers and directors, middle class and the lower and rung of society. In short, the beautiful costal city, Kakinada is identified with the uniquely tempting ‘kotaiah’s kaja’

Popularly called gottam kaja also for its tubular shape, the kotaiah’s kaja has century old history. Ponugumati kotaiah, a traditional Brahmin of tenali was the first one to start this sweet business in 1900 in Guntur district. Later he migrirated to Kakinada with just an initial investment of rs.600/- He dedicated himself to the field of gastronomy and in the hygienic ambience of traditional methods.


Atreyapuram is the one of the most beautiful location in coastal Andhra. This village is one of the famous shooting spot for movies.With godavari on two sides the village looks awesome. This village is very famous for rare sweets called putharekhulu(paper sweet) and Mango jelly (mamidi tandra).

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Pulasa Fish is considered the queen of fish. This fish is available only in certain areas of Godavari River, and Rajahmundry is one of them. This fish is cooked as a soup curry with tamarind and has a very unique and great taste. One is supposed to leave the cooked curry at least for one night for the fish to marinate for the best taste. This fish is generally such a rare catch only available in June/July time of the year, there will be an auction in the local fish markets on the weekends for this fish.

Gummadi Samuel Moses, senior lecturer in Government Autonomous College, who did research on this variety of fish, says: “in the next one decade we may not find this fish as backwaters of the Godavari are already polluted. we can make Pulasa Chepa Pulusu with pulasa chepa which is famous in Rajahmundry area.
Pulasa fish curry mixed with lady’s finger and butter or groundnut oil is tasty.

It grows up only in the backwaters of the Godavari in a few selected coastal belts,” says Rangireju Gangaraju, head of fishermen community, Polasatippa village near Kakinada. It costs between Rs.1, 000 to Rs. 2,000 in that area. So costly than other fish.


Rajahmundry is very famous for its cloth market and people from different places come here to purchase clothes. There are many cooperative handloom houses here where one can get high quality sarees with beautiful designs and borders, suiting and shirting’s in large varieties of cloths ranging from cotton to silk.


The city has the second largest cloth market in the country. The Mahatma Gandhi Cloth Complexes in the city is one of the biggest cloth shopping complexes in the whole of Asia. There are many retail shops also in the city which have been selling high quality clothes since many years and are very famous in the area. Well known brands like Raymond, Bombay Dyeing, Vimal and many more have their exclusive showrooms in the city.


Rajahmundry is very famous of Ratnam pens .this is a pen company founde in 1932 and its first fountain pen was gifted to Mahatma Gandhi …These Ratnam pens write sooo smooothly and absolutely you will in love with them. Once you hold a Ratnam pen, you will never hold any other kind of pens else. These are the ebonite hand made pens and some of these pens are also made with gold metal.

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We are not stopped our hospitality  at only prividing the tourism packages, we are also giving the full fledged information about the all important places in East & West godavari districts which they can visit with in short period of time and  can memorable for their life time. All these important places and all famous sweets and all other effects will make your tourism trip very pleasure and more happy by finding historical places and things.