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About Amravati

The city of Lord Indra, Amravati, is the second-largest city of the Vidarbha region in Maharashtra. Situated 156 km west to Nagpur, this eternal city is named after the ancient Ambadevi temple and  serves as the administrative centre of Amravati district. Earlier, the city was assigned to the East India Company and it became a part of state Maharashtra in 1960.

The beauty of Amravati is synonymous with stunning religious edifices. The city is home to the intricately built architectural wonders of Shri Ambadevi temple, Shri Krishna temple, and Shri Venkateshwara Swamy temple. Apart from the overwhelming spiritual vibes, Amravati boasts of glorious hill stations too. From Satpura hills to Panchbol point, nature’s bounty of Amravati can’t be explained in words.

There might be a plethora of 
places to visit in Maharashtra but Amravati is exceptionally unique. The true essence of spirituality can be explored at the holy temples. During Navratri, Ambadevi temple lights up gloriously. You can witness the vibrant and enthusiastic celebrations inside the temple. For a laid-back experience, you can head to Chatri Talao and Wadali Talao. Or, head to Melghat Tiger Reserve for witnessing one of the last remaining habitats of Indian tigers in Maharashtra. 

In Amravati, you will never run out of things to do. For an outdoor adventure, head to Chikhaldhara and embrace the beauty of Vidarbha region’s only hill station. If you are a photography enthusiast, explore the Hurricane Point, Prospect Point, or Devi Point. Or, you can take a brisk walk through the forests to reach these points. Many tourists prefer to stay close to these holy places and participate in spiritual meditation.

The beauty of Amravati outshines with the exotic climate of this city. Throughout a year, you will witness tropical wet and dry weather. Like other cities of Maharashtra, this place experiences heavy rainfall during monsoon. The summers are usually dry and the temperature rises to almost 49 degrees Celsius. On the contrary, winters are mild and the temperature drops to 5 degrees Celsius too.

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Amravati Reviews

Chandramohan Bandopadhyay
Reviewed: 14 Jan 2021
Getting away from the crowd was our prime intention, MTDC Holiday Resort at Chikhaldara, was the perfect getaway, thanks to Thrillophilia. The breathtaking view from the resort which is situated on a plateau, was an experience of a lifetime.
Dharani Sethi
Reviewed: 10 Mar 2021
The MTDC Hotels in Chikhaldara are surrounded by a magnificent scenery at the valley's edge, ensuring a wonderful fantastic holiday.
Bharadwaj Pandey
Reviewed: 07 Mar 2021
The cottages were well maintained with proper sanitation. My family had a fun-filled vacation at the resort. Looking forward to more such amazing stacations.

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