Subba Rao, founder of Hindu Samaj in Rajahmundry, was also one of the six founders of India's noted English daily, The Hindu.
Rajahmundry (officially: Rajamahendravaram) is one of the major cities in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
It is located on the banks of the Godavari River, in East Godavari district of the state.
During British rule, Rajahmundry was the headquarters of Godavari district.
Godavari district was further bifurcated into East and West Godavari districts in 1925.
Ruler timeline: In the Madras Presidency, the district of Rajahmundry was created in 1823.
The Rajahmundry district was reorganised in 1859, bifurcated into the Godavari and Krishna districts.Ramakrishna Mission was established in 1950–51 near Kambal tank.The place is now the Ayakar Bhavan (Income Tax Office).Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu is known as the father of reforms in Andhra Pradesh.He started a monthly magazine, Vivekavardhini, a school for girls at Dowleswaram in 1874.The city is the mandal headquarters to both Rajahmundry (rural) and Rajahmundry (urban) mandals.