Amaravati is the de facto capital city of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The word "Amaravati" derives its name from the historical Amaravathi Temple town, the ancient capital of the Telugu Rulers of the Satavahana dynasty.
Dhyana Buddha Statue

Dhyana Buddha statue is located at Amaravati and stands tall at a height of 125 feet. It is situated on the banks of Krishna river in 4.5 acres with eight pillars on a Lotus pandal.
Amravati Stupa

Amaravati Stupa, popularly known as the great stupa at Amaravati, is a ruined Buddhist monument, probably built in phases between the third century BCE and about 250 CE, at Amaravathi village, Guntur district.
Amareswara Swamy Temple

Amareswara Swamy Temple also called Amararama Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated in the Amaravati town, Guntur, in Andhra Pradesh. This famous temple located on the southern bank of Krishna River is considered to be very sacred. It is regarded as one of the Panchakarma Kshetras dedicated to Lord Shiva in Andhra Pradesh.
Ambadevi Temple

Ambadevi temple is a historic Hindu temple known for its popular annual festivals, stunning and ornate architecture.
Melghat Tiger Reserve

Melghat was declared a tiger reserve and was among the first nine tiger reserves notified in 1973-74 under the project Tiger.
Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary

Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary is full of wonderful wildlife like panthers, sloth bears, sambar, wild boar, and even the rarely seen wild dogs.
Devi Point

Devi Point is the place from where the river Chandrabhaga originates and flows amidst the rocky ranges. The point is almost near to the hilltop, from where the entire forest region of the Melghat Sanctuary is visible.
Shri Ekvira Devi Temple

Shri Ekvira Devi temple is believed to be built in the year 1660 and is devoted to Goddess Ekvira Devi, who is regarded as an incarnation of Amba Mata. As per Indian belief, this temple is a manifestation of “Shakti” or divine power.
Best Time To Visit Amaravathi

Amaravathi can be visited throughout the year, the best time to visit this village is from February to March and from October to November. It is the period when the festivals like Maha Shivaratri and Navratri are celebrated enthusiastically.

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