Rice Bowl of India

Andhra Pradesh has the second-longest coastline in India. It is India's fourth largest state by area and fifth largest by population. Its capital and largest city by population is Hyderabad.

Andhra Pradesh has the second-longest coastline in India.The state is dotted with hill ranges from the north to the south, running erratically down the middle of the country dividing it into western and eastern or coastal Andhra. It is India's fourth largest state by area and fifth largest by population. Its capital and largest city by population is Hyderabad. Andhra Pradesh  is bordered by Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Odisha in the north, the Bay of Bengal in the East, Tamil Nadu to the south and Karnataka to the west. Andhra Pradesh is historically called the "Rice Bowl of India". More than 77% of its crop is rice. Two major rivers, the Godavari and the Krishna, run across the state. The small enclave (30 square kilometres (12 sq mi)) of Yanam, a district of Puducherry, lies in the Godavari Delta in the northeast of the state. On 1 November 1956, the States Reorganization Act formed Andhra Pradesh by merging Telugu-speaking areas of Hyderabad State and the Telugu-speaking part of the Madras Presidency.

Attractions in Andhra Pradesh, around and from Andhra Pradesh

  • Hyderabad Hyderabad is the fifth largest city in India with an ancient civilisation and culture. Hyderabad and Secunderbad are twin cities, separated by Hussain sagar.

  • Visakhapatnam The beautiful city with its twin town Waltair, forms a harmonious blend of majestic hills, valleys and golden beaches along the Bay of Bengal coastline. In the 18th century, Visakhapatnam was part of