Amravati, also known as “Amraoti,” is a northeastern Maharashtra state in Western India. It is so perfectly set near the passage through the hills that separate Purna River -- the cotton-growing regions of the basin to the west, and the Wardha River basin to the east.
The area's successful cotton production has greatly helped in the flourishing of its industrial division. Another one of Amravati's impressive charms is its wildlife haven.
It is home to a large variety of animal and bird species including the tiger, crocodile, bison, gawa, neelgai, wild deer, sambars and rare migratory birds.
The state prides itself in the adequate steps it's taken in order to set up many wildlife parks and sanctuaries to protect its regions and promote them as tourist attractions, which gathers quite a number of curious visitors each year. Contrasted in its unmatched natural splendor, these wildlife wonders create an adventurous outdoor experience like no other.
Amravati is famous for Goddess Ambadevi which lies right in the middle of the city. The tourists come enormously every year to enjoy the sight seeing of Amravati and pay a visit for worshipping Goddess Ambadevi to seek her blessings.
Amravati is growing as an industrial center, with its cotton mills touching new heights of advancement. Amravati is where you can find as an ideal place to roam around at the time when you come to Maharashtra on a holiday tour.