Discover Historical Richness with Amravati Holiday Packages
Situated in the Amravati district of Maharashtra, Amaravati once regarded as the abode
of Lord Indra, the King of Gods. With the presence of the several religious places
and temples, Amravati has a great association with religion, which creates a great
significance for the city, boosting its travel & tourism industry. Amravati has come
across a great deal of development in last few years. It features cotton mills that are
witnessing great development and making Amravati a fast growing industrial center
of Maharashtra. From religious standpoint to sightseeing aspects, Amravati holiday
packages are definitely booking for a visit to Maharashtra.
Tourist Attractions in Amravati
Sightseeing tour in Amravati is comprised of visiting its various temples. The city of
Amravati is visited by a number of tourists for exploring its main tourist attractions. Here
below is the list of sightseeing places that you can visit on your Amravati trip.
Situated right in the heart of the city, Ambadevi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Amba
Devi. The temple is so ancient that no one ever found even a single mention of it in the
Shri Ekvira Devi Temple:
Dating back to year 1660, Shri Ekvira Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Ekvira
Devi. The temple was constructed by the son of Amravati Paramhans Shri Janardan
Swami. The main deity of the temple is supposed to be an incarnation of the Shakti.
The temple houses the statues of several Gods and their consorts, like Radha-Krishna,
Sita-Ram, and Sati-Shiva along with Lord Ganesha. The temple is also known for its
Chatri Talao and Wadali Talao are two famous reservoirs of the town. Both have some
special appeal and each features a small garden.
Best Time to Visit Amravati
In Amravati, you can find extreme variations in temperatures. Summers in Amravati are
very hot and last between March and June. The temperature reaches up to 50°C. On
other side, winter season lasts from November to March and temperature drops up to
15°C. The monsoon season comes in months of June, July, August and September
and the region receives regular rainfall. The best time to visit Amravati from October to
How to Reach Amravati
Amravati is visited by a large number of people every year in order to have a glimpse of
the Goddess. Traveling to the city is not much difficult since it enjoys great connectivity
through air, rail and roads. Yet, one should explore complete information on how to
reach Amravati before booking Amravati holiday packages.
The nearest airport to Amravati is Nagpur, which is well-connected with major cities of
India like Delhi & Mumbai through regular flights. Amravati is located 160 km away from
Nagpur Airport. After reaching airport, you can take bus or taxi for Amravati.
Amravati has its own railway station, which is linked Badnera Railway Station. Badnera
falls on the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line and forms the terminus of the branch line of
Central Railway. It is connected by regular trains for various parts of India.
Amravati is connected with various towns and cities of Maharashtra and neighboring
states through excellent network of roads.