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Amravati

 

Amravati is situated right in the center of northern border of the Maharashtra state. Amravati meaning "abode of immortals" may be traced with the association of Lord Krishna. It has several temples. It is biggest cotton market in India.

   Amravati Sightseeing :
   Ambadevi Temple :
 

This temple is situated in the heart of Amravati city. According to legend its believed that shri Krishna abducted Rukmani, when she came to pray at the Amba Devi temple. and married her. the goddess amba devotes from all parts of Vidarbha.

   Bhakti Dham Temple :
 

 This temple is located on Amravati Badnera road, where beautiful idols of Lord Krishna and Radha are placed, Shri Sant Bappa idol is also placed and behind this temple a small park is also maintained for the children's.

   Sridham Temple :
 

Satidham Temple is situated in the heart of the city at Rallies Plot. There are beautiful idols of Lord Krishna-Radha, Lord Ram and Goddess Sita, Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva and Rani Satiji placed within the temple. Every year a fair is arranged on the occasion of Janmashthami, which is attended by large number of devotees.

  Amravati Excursion :
   Melghat Tiger Reserve :
 

Melghat Tiger Reserve is located in Chikhaldara and Dharni tehsils of Amaravati district in Satpuda hill range. This tiger reserve of 1676.93-sq-km is one of the last remaining habitats of Indian tiger in Maharashtra. 

   Wan Sanctuary :
 

Wan sanctuary is located in Melghat area of Amravati District. It is an extension to the Melghat Sanctuary on the southeastern part. This area is part and parcel of Melghat and is rich in floral and faunal biodiversity. The hilly rugged terrain possesses tropical dry deciduous forests.

   Chikhaldara :
 

Chikhaldara is the sole hill resort in the Vidarbha region, situated at an altitude of 1118m and has the added distinction of being the only coffee-growing area in Maharashtra. Chikhaldara is full of deep valleys, and these valleys are full of velvet mist and majestic trees. It is a very popular summer retreat. The wildlife sanctuary in this area offers tourists with abundance of wildlife, viewpoints, lakes and waterfalls.

   How to get there :
 

Air: Nagpur is the nearest airport, which is 155-km away from Amaravati. 

Rail: Nagpur is the terminus of the branch line of Central Railway on Mumbai-Kolkota main line. Tourists can access Amaravati from Nagpur. 

Road: Regular buses connect Amaravati with the important towns and cities within the state

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