Konaseema Food Carnival

Konaseema Food Carnival

  Konaseema is a region in Andhra which has lush green paddy fields, quaint villages dotted with homes having tiled roofs, endless stretches of coconut groves, canals crisscrossing and the Godavari delta spreading out, creating mini islands or Lankas as they are called. It is a land where life moves at […]

 

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