Located about 38
Km from Kakinada, 60 Km from Rajahmundry and 15 Km from Amalapuram,
Kotipalli is a famous pilgrimage centre, which is situated on the
Bank of River Godavari according to Brahmanda Puranam and Gowthami
Mahatyam. Three idols of Lord Indra, Lord Lord Chandra and Kasyapa
Maharshi are found here.
The Holy River Gowthami in this place is famous as it was brought
by Gowtham Maharshi and it is said that if any person takes a bath
waters can get rid of his sins. It is also known as Koti Teertha Kshetram
as a number of water currents are flowing in these waters. Here there
is no difference between Lord Vishnu and Lord Siva.
Chathurdasi (Mahasivarathri) (Feb/Mar).
Vari Kalyanam (Vysakha Suddha Ekadasi) (May).
festival (Aswayuja Suddha Padyami to Dwadasi) (October).
Dwadasi Teppotsavam during Kartheeka Masam (November).