(Last Updated on : 10/09/2010)
Amravati is a district in Maharashtra. Amravati city is the administrative headquarters of the district. With an area of 12,210 km and population of 2,607,160 (2001 census), its is bounded by Betul District of Madhya Pradesh state in the north and by the Maharashtra districts of Nagpur to the northeast, Wardha in the east, Yavatmal to the south, Washim in the southeast and Akola and Buldhana districts top the west. The district is 34.50% urban as of 2001. In 1905, Ellichpur District was merged into Amravati district. Amravati city though has a number of historical temples lined up.
Shri Ambadevi Temple
: With Lord Krishna dovetailed to its legendary background, Ambadevi Temple is a seat of ancient faith.
Bhatkuli Jain Temple
: On of the few principal seats of Jainism in Maharashtra, Bhatkuli Jain Temple is considered a place of miracles.
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