Amravati - The City Of Immortals




Amravati also known as "Ambanagari" is a city in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the 8th most populous metropolitan area in the state. Among the historical landmarks in the city are the temples of Amba, Shri Krishna and Shri Venkateshwara.

The Wardha River forms the eastern boundary of the district, and the eastern portion of the district lies within its watershed. The Purna River drains the southwestern portion of the district, while the northwest is drained by the Tapti River.

Amaravati is also famous for the "Hill Station - Chikhaldara". The real calm and peace reside here.

The modern-day district of Amravati is rich in flora and fauna thanks due to adequate rainfall and good climatic conditions, and is famous for the launch of Project Tiger in Dharani, Melghat. It also has a tribal belt housing the Korkus. Semadoh, a forest village, 48 kilometres from Achalpur on Dharani Road, is a silent peaceful settlement with a beautiful resort, a museum, a lecture hall and camping hut managed by the Forest Department. 

○  Tourist Attraction:

•  Bhakti Dham Temple
•  Chikhaldara Hill Station
•  Gugarnal National Park
•  Melghat Tiger Reserve
•  Old Amaravati
•  Shri Ambadevi Temple
•  Shri Ekviradevi Temple
•  Sridham Temple
•  Wan Wildlife Sanctuary