Pallivela is a small village in Andhra Pradesh. It comes under the Kothapeta Mandal of east Godavari district. This village has very ancient and historic roots. The weather of Pallivela is generally hot and humid. Some of the nearby villages are Ganesh Naga (3 km), Avidi (3 km), Vadapalem (3 km), Ganti (4 km), and Devarapalle (4 km). The nearby cities to Pallivela are Kothapeta, Mandapeta, Amalapuram, and Tanuku.
Places to Stay
Pallivela doesn’t have any lodging options. The nearest place to find a hotel is in Amalapuram. Some of the budget hotels are Hotel Vasishta (Tariff-Rs. 500), Hotel Annapuna Residency (Tariff-Rs. 500), and Hotel Vaishnavi (Tariff-Rs. 500).
The official language of Pallivela is Telugu.
Pallivela has an ancient shrine of Lord Sri Uma Koppeswara Swamy. The shrine was placed by Maharshi Agastya. The Kalyana Mahotsavam of this shrine is done on the day of Mahasivarathri every year. This event takes place for 5 days in a row and is attended by thousand of devotees.
Places of Interest
Other than Sri Uma Koppeswara Swamy temple of Pallivela, the closest tourist destination is Amalapuram.
How to Get There
The nearest domestic airport is the Rajahmundry Airport, 52 km away.
Pallivela doesn’t have a railway station of its own, neither is any station available at a radius of 10 km. Tanuku (26 km), Velpuru (27 km) and Kadiyan (28 km) are some of the nearest stations. The closest major railway station is of Rajahmundry (38 km).
Pallivela has its own bus station. The operators having bus service here are Naga Sai Travels and Sindhu Travels. You need not worry about travelling to bus counters anymore, as you can book online bus tickets through TicketGoose.com.