Amravati is a city in the west Indian state of Maharashtra ; it is one of the largest cities in the state (especially in the region called Vidarbha) and is also the administrative headquarter of the Amravati district.


  • MelGhat Tiger Reserve – A national park and wildlife sanctuary
  • Wadali Talao
  • Devi Point (scenic views)
  • Malkhed Dam
  • Gugarnal National Park


If you are planning a trip to Amravati, do not forget to pay a visit to these below listed places :

  • Shri Ambadevi Temple
  • Gawilgadh Fort (historic fort)
  • Shri Bhakti Dham Temple
  • Jaistambh Square
  • Sridham Temple


The major festivals celebrated in Amravati are:

  • Ganesh Chaturthi:  A significant festival of Maharashtra, celebrated in the month of August-September; Lord Ganesh is worshipped during this festival.
  • Diwali: The festival of lights; a Hindu festival celebrated all over India in the month of October or November. 
  • Holi: The festival of colours; a Hindu festival celebrated all over India in the month of March.
  • Navratri and Dussehra: A 10-day festival, where Goddess Durga is worshipped.


Amravati also has quite a few shops and markets where people can shop for clothes, gift items, fancy jewelry, cheap footwear and bags, and so on. Here are some good shopping spots to check out in Amravati:

  • Rajkamal Square
  • Jawahar Gate
  • Essbee The Boutique
  • Farshi Stop Square


  • JD Mall
  • Empire Mall
  • Next Level Mall
  • Batra’s Mall


Some of the good restaurants and eateries to dine at in Amravati are as follows:

  • Zaika Land
  • Spice Kitchen
  • Cups N Cones
  • Taste of South
  • New Eagle Restaurant
  • Raai Jeera
  • Joshi’s Kitchen


Some of the best hotels in Amravati for a comfortable stay include the following:

  • The Grand Mehfil
  • Hotel Adarsh Desi Vilayti
  • Hotel Sunrise Inn
  • Baby Pearl
  • Hotel Rangoli Pearl
  • Hotel Billy’s International
  • Hotel Excel Executive


  • Amravati STD Code – 0721 (to be used before dialling numbers from a device that is not locally registered)
  • Police Control room – 100
  • Fire emergency – 101
  • Accident helpline (Medical emergencies) – 108
  • Crime Stopper – 1090
  • Women Helpline – 1091


Marathi is the main language of Amravati.


  • Welcome - Tumcha svagat aso
  • How are you? - Tu kas ahes
  • What's your name? - Tujha nav kay ahe
  • Where are you from? - Apaṇ kothale ahat?
  • Good morning - Su-prabhat
  • Have a nice day - Sukhi raha

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