Located on the banks of the river Godavari, Rajahmundry is the Cultural Capital of Andhra Pradesh. It is also known as "Rajamahendravaram" and was first ruled by "Raja Raja Narendra" around 1022 AD. The city emits an aura of spirituality and heritage with many ancient temples. The river Godavari has a holy significance and millions of people take a dip in this river. Godavari Pushkarams, a hindu festival which comes once in 12 years and lasts for 12 days is a colossal event and crores of people attend it from all over the world.

With a population of over half a million, Rajahmundry has grown economically and financially in the recent past. In the year 1997 the first SriKanya Hotel was established in Rajahmundry. It gained a lot of popularity with their iconic curries and biriyanis as Biriyani is only famous in Hyderabad at the time. After re branding into Sriknaya comfort they launched their second outlet at Seshaiyametta, Rajamundry , with spacious Dine in and a mini banquet hall.