Yaksha Relief at Pavurallakonda near Bheemunipatnam
Stone seated Buddha at Bojjannakonda near Anakapalle
Main Temple Structure, Konark Sun Temple.
Bavikonda stupas
Reliefs at the Konark Sun Temple.
Third-century BC Buddhist ruins of Totlakonda
Jagannath Temple at Puri, built by Maharaja Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva.
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13th century temple inscription of Ananta Vasudeva Temple
Kondakarla Ava, a bird sanctuary near Visakhapatnam
Loving Couple (Mithuna) 13th century, Eastern Ganga Dynasty, Orissa, India
The average temperature of visakhapatnam
A Fanam (Coin) of Eastern Ganga Dynasty
Vizag steel plant entrance
Eastern Ganga coinage numerals
INS Kursura (S20)
A Temple in Sri Mukhalingam temple complex
City scape from beach road near Tenneti park
Konark Sun Temple at Konark, Odisha, built by King Narasimhadeva I (1238–1264), it is now a World Heritage Site.
Love Vizag near TUV Aircraft Museum
A Stone carved throne at Simhachalam temple
Simhachalam Temple
Visakhapatnam Metro Express Highway Service at Kurmanapalem
Visakhapatnam railway station
Visakhapatnam Airport Terminal
St Aloysius' Anglo-Indian High School (SAS) established in 1847 in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Naval warship
Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy International Cricket Stadium at PM Palem
ENC Cricket Team which won the VDCA Institutional League Cricket Championship 2015–16
Sir C. V. Raman, Nobel Laureate (1930) and Physicist known for his discovery of Raman Effect.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first vice president of India on a postal stamp of 1967.

Visakhapatnam's history began in the 6th century BCE, when it was considered part of the Kalinga Kingdom, and later ruled by the Vengi, the Pallava and Eastern Ganga dynasties.

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The Korni and Vishakhapatnam copper plates of 1113 AD and 1118/1119 AD respectively both of Anantavarman Chodaganga, the Dasgoba copper plate of Rajaraja III of 1198/99 AD and the Nagari copperplate of Anangabhima III and other such records trace the ancestry of the Eastern Gangas to Kamarnava I. The Kendupatna copper plate of Narasimhadeva II and the Puri copper plate of Narasimhadeva IV also state that Kamarnava came from Gangawadi province.

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Yaksha Relief at Pavurallakonda near Bheemunipatnam

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The Gajapatis at their height in the mid-15th century

Gajapati Empire

The Gajapatis at their height in the mid-15th century
Kapileswar Temple at old Bhubaneswar built during the reign of Kapilendra Deva (r.1434–66).
Sculpture of Kapilendradeva.
Depiction of Gajapati Prataparudradeba in Sarpeswara temple, built during his rule at Balarampur village near Kakhadi.
15th century copper plate grant of Gajapati emperor Purushottama Deva
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Narendra tank at Puri built during the rule of Kapilendra Deva
Meghanada wall fortifications of the Puri Jagannath temple constructed during the rule of Kapilendra Deva

The Gajapati Empire was an empire established by the Suryavamsa (IAST: Sūryavaṃśa, "Solar dynasty") dynasty who were a medieval Hindu dynasty from the Indian subcontinent, which originated in the region of Trikalinga (most of present-day Odisha and Northern coastal Andhra) from 1434 to 1541 CE and succeeded the reign of the Eastern Gangas.

Narasingha Deva built the Sun Temple at Konark and Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha temple, Simhachalam at Visakhapatnam.