Amravati is a must visit for a Buddhist tourist on a trip to India. Visit it to know why
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Amravati, Andhra Pradesh

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Amravati is quiet a familiar name for the Buddhists in India, It is a town located on the banks of the Krishna in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. It was the capital of the Satavahanas, the first great dynasty of the Andhra kings who ruled between 2nd century B.C to the 3rd century A.D. At that point of time, it was known as Dhanyakataka. Amravati was also once amongst the four major learning centres in India which attracted a large number of students from all over the world. It gave impetus to the development of art, architecture, trade and was instrumental in in spreading Buddhism to the east coast


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Amravati Stupa
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  Getting There
By Air - The airport at Vijaywada is the closest one to reach Amravati.

By Rail - The railheads at Guntur and Vijaywada, both can be used to reach Amravati by rail.

By Road From both Vijaywada and Guntur, taxis and buses are available to take you to Amravati.




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