Narasaraopeta is a city and district headquarters of Palnadu District of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a municipality and mandal headquarters of Narasaraopeta mandal and Headquarters of Narasaraopet revenue division. The town also is the seat of the court of Additional District Judge. Narasaraopet acts as a melting point for the Palnadu and Delta regions of the district. The town is also referred as the ‘Gateway of Palnadu‘. Narasaraopet was built on flat land ringed by hills that are an extension of the Eastern Ghats. The summer months can get exceedingly hot while winters are mild. Rainfall is due to the monsoon and is concentrated in the months of July–September. The city is the regional centre for higher education and health services. As a result of proximity to several towns/cities like Chilakaluripet (21 km [13 mi]), Guntur (47.9 km), Piduguralla (34.4 km), Sattenapalle (22.3 km), Vinukonda (43.7 km), on an average around 50,000 floating population is observed on a daily basis.