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The district is spread over an area of . It lies between 17°42' and 18°12' north latitudes and 82°10' and 83°25 east longitudes. The district has a coastline of along the Bay of Bengal on its south side. The Godavari River flows through the northern part, separating it from West Godavari District. Krishna River forms the boundary with Guntur District to its west, while it shares boundaries with Khammam District in Telangana to its northwest, Vizianagaram district in northeast direction towards Odisha state border (at Palasa) at Chinturu village near Nandigama town which is also known as "Dakshina Kosala". According to 2011 census East Godavari districts population was 5151,549; up from 3790487 recorded in 2001 census. There were 2278 females per 1000 males against national average of 929 females per 1000 males.. For every 1000 boys there were 972 girls against national average of 902 girls per 1000 boys..