Special rituals were offered on all the five days by vedic pundits at Durga Ghat on the banks of the Krishna river.
On June 22, the average rainfall of Andhra Pradesh was recorded as 31.5 mm against a normal rainfall of 74.4 mm.
According to the IMD, rainfall between June 21 and 27 is likely to be above normal in Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra Pradesh.
the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued warning of heavy rainfall in all the coastal districts for the next 48 hours.
On an average, the district registered 1.75 cm rainfall. The monsoon rain is likely to lash the State in a day or two.
For the next 24 hours heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places in Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and East Godavari districts of coastal AP.
On Thursday, many parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh received moderate rain.
Many parts of Coastal AP and Rayalaseema are experiencing pre-monsoon showers and thunderstorm activity.
Thundershowers accompanied by gusty winds occurred at many places across the State on Sunday evening.
Officials said that over 470 electric poles and 40 transformers were uprooted. The electricity department officials pegged the total loss at Rs 2.2 crore.
Thunderstorms and rains are predicted in coastal Andhra Pradesh from April 28 and Rayalaseema region on April 29.
Isolated rains occurred at many places over Coastal Andhra Pradesh on Monday.
The latest weekly report released by the Agriculture Department has categorised the fall armyworm infestation in the State as severe.