About Amravati

Amravati is a city in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is also the headquarters of the "Amravati Division" which is one of the six divisions of the state. Amravati is famous for its educational culture and high literacy rate. Among the historical landmarks in the city are the temples of Ambadevi, Shri Krishna, and Shri Venkateshwara, Usmania Masjid. The city is famous for Hanuman Vyayam Prasarak Mandal, the place which is famous for its facility for different kinds of sports.
Ekvira Temple

Shri Ekvira Devi Temple is situated in Amravati, near the famous Ambadevi Temple. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Ekvira Devi and dates back to the year 1660. It was constructed by the son of Amravati Paramhans Shri Janardan Swami. 
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.
Devi Point

Devi Point is one such location on the Chikaldhara hill station. Around 86 km from the Amravati town, Devi Point is the place from where the river Chandrabhaga originates and flows amidst the rocky ranges.
Gugamal National Park

Gugamal National Park has an area of 1673.93 square kilometers. It is built-in 1974 and this park is located in Chikhaldara and Dharni  Tehsils of Amravati  District and is part of Melghat Tiger Reserve.
Chatri Talao Lake

Chatri Talao Amravati, situated on the south eastern part of Amravati, was constructed dating back to the 18th century, makes for a fascinating heritage site with great historical significance. It is a water reservoir, built in the year 1888, on a small spring called ‘Kali Nadi’ with the purpose to supply drinking water to the city of Amravati. 
Shri Bhakti Dham Temple

Shri Bhakti Dham Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha. Shri Sant Jalaram Bappa idol is also placed in the temple and behind this temple, a small park for children is maintained.
Gawilgarh Fort

Gawilgarh fort takes its name from the Gawli who inhabited the Berar for centuries. Earlier the fort was likely just made of mud as were several such areas in the region. The exact date of construction is not known but the Persian historian, Firishta, records that Ahmed Shah Wali, the ninth king of the Muzaffarid dynasty built Gawilgarh when he was encamped at Ellichpur in 1425.
Sridham Temple

Bhakti Dham Temple is one of the famous pilgrimage centers of Amravati, dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha. In the main sanctum of the temple, one can see the beautiful idols of Lord Krishna and his Radha along, carved out of marble.
Best Time To Visit Amravati

The best time to visit Amravati is from October to March. The summer season starts here from the month of March and continues till the month of May. During this time the weather is tremendously hot and suffocating and thus avoided by most of the tourists. The temperature generally ranges between 25°C to 39°C throughout these months and sometimes scales even higher. Monsoon starts in Jalgaon from the beginning of June and continues till the month of October. The region receives adequate rainfall during the months of July and August. The winter season ranges between October and February when the climate is comfortable and is also suitable for sightseeing. This season is considered the best time to plan a trip to the city. Temperature ranges between 12°C to 28°C at this time which is very much pleasing for the visitors.

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