Amalapuram Pincode

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Amalapuram Pincode 533201 is located in the coastal town of Amalapuram, Andhra Pradesh, India. Known for its scenic beauty, cultural heritage, and thriving agriculture, Amalapuram offers a unique blend of tradition and natural charm. Explore historic temples, enjoy the serene backwaters of the Godavari River, and witness the town’s vibrant festivals. Amalapuram Pincode 533201 provides access to the heart of this region, where agriculture, spirituality, and coastal allure come together harmoniously. Whether you’re admiring the picturesque landscapes or experiencing the town’s cultural richness, this Pincode offers an enriching journey into the essence of Amalapuram.

Amalapuram Pincode

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No.LocationPincode District State
1Amalapuram533201East GodavariAndhra Pradesh

About Amalapuram

The town of Amalapuram is located in the Andhra Pradesh state of India. It is the third-largest town in Konaseema district and home to the district headquarters. It serves as the Amalapuram revenue division’s mandal and divisional headquarters, respectively. The settlement is located in Konaseema’s delta.


Amlipuri was the former name of Amalapuram. Amaleswarudu is honored in a few of the temples there. Because Amalapuram is home to five Shiva temples Amaleswarudu, Sidheswarudu, Ramalingeswarudu, Chandramouleeswarudu, and Chennamalleeswarudu it is also known as Panchalingapuram. The most advanced town in the Konaseema district is Amalapuram.

It serves as the district’s center for financial and educational institutions. Six engineering colleges and one medical college are among the roughly 65 schools and colleges in the region. It is one of the few Indian parliamentary constituencies without access to the railways. Amalapuram occupies an area of 2.78 square miles (7.20 km2). The coordinates are 16.5787°N 82.0061°E. The average elevation is 2 meters (6 feet 7 inches). It is the district of Konaseema’s largest town.


There are 50,889 people living in Amalapuram as of the 2011 India census, with 25,538 men and 25,351 women. Compared to the national average of 59.5%, Amalapuram has a higher average literacy rate of 77%, with 80.68% of males and 73.54% of females being literate. 64,158 people live in Amalapuram’s urban area, while 77,036 people live in the city’s rural areas.


Bus services are run by the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation out of the Amalapuram bus station. There are hourly buses from Vizag and Vijayawada to Hyderabad and regular nonstop buses between Rajahmundry, Kakinada.


The relevance and importance of decentralized planning at the Mandal level as well as gross root level planning are growing daily, and accurate data on several development indicators is crucial for the preparation of the decentralized planning. Estimates of the mandatory income or the mandatory gross product are among the primary indicators. The estimation of Mandal Per Capita Income facilitates comparisons between inter-Mandal differences, allowing planners to assess Mandal disparities and create appropriate strategies for the development of the Micro Level.


What is Amalapuram famous for?

Venkateswara, Subrahmanyeswara, and Chandramouleeswara have temples in Amalapuram. The town's Vedic culture is well-known.

Which new district is Amalapuram in?

The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has a proposed district called Konaseema. It was suggested on January 26, 2022, that after the Andhra Pradesh government issues a formal notification, one of the resulting twenty-six districts of the state would be Amalapuram's administrative center.

Which zone is Amalapuram in?

Amalapuram is a town, municipality, and revenue division located in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh's East Godavari District.

Which tier city is Amalapuram in?

Tier 3 city Amalapuram is situated in the Konaseema delta of the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh.

What is the old name of Amalapuram?

Amrutpuri, the original name of Amalapuram, then became Amlipuri. Amaleswara is the subject of several of its temples. Because Amalapuram is the location of five Shiva temples, namely those at Amaleswara, Sidheswara, Ramalingeswara, Chandramouleeswara, and Chennamalleeswara, it is also known as Panchalingapuram.