Overview

Eluru is a city and the district headquarters of the Eluru district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is one of the state’s 14 municipal corporations and the mandal headquarters of Eluru mandal in the Eluru revenue division. The city is located on the Tammileru River. The city is well-known for its wool-pile carpets and hand-woven products. The city had a population of 214,414 people according to the 2011 Indian Census. Its history dates back to the second century CE. Eluru, located in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, India, is a vibrant city renowned for its rich cultural heritage, historical landmarks, and thriving industries. Covering an area of approximately 24 square miles (62 square kilometers), Eluru is situated on the banks of the Tammileru River, adding to its picturesque charm. The city boasts several architectural marvels, including the revered Venkataramana Swamy Temple and the iconic Kolleru Lake, which attract tourists and pilgrims alike. Eluru is also known for its flourishing handloom industry, particularly for producing the renowned Eluru Pattu sarees. With bustling markets, vibrant festivals, and delectable cuisine, Eluru offers visitors a glimpse into the diverse culture and heritage of Andhra Pradesh. Its blend of tradition and modernity makes Eluru an inviting destination for travelers seeking an authentic Indian experience.

 

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