West Godavari district was formed from the old Godavari district on April 15, 1925. The Goda Bali area has been renamed to the East Goda Bali area and the new area is called the West Goda Bali area. The Rajahmundry district was established by the Madras Presidency in 1823. It was reorganized in 1859 and divided into the Godavari and Krishna districts. During British rule, Rajahmundry was the headquarters of the Godavari district and was further divided into the East Godavari and West Godavari districts in 1925. When the Goda Bali district was divided, Kakinada became the headquarters of East Goda Bali.
West Godavari maintains Andhra Pradesh's "Indian Rice Storage" position as 50% of its production is done here in West Godavari.
The total area of this area is 2178km2.
West Godavari has a total of 48 subdistricts.
There are about 895 villages in this area.
There are a total of 13 cities in this area.
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