Vijayawada - Amaravati



The journey of Vijayawada - Amaravati is considered as one of the most fascinating tours in south India. Since Vijayawada is located at a distance of only 65 km away from Amaravati, hence the latter can be arrived at within a very short time. Tourists can either opt for air/ rail travel or bus services, all of which are available in Vijayawada city.

Mahachaitya Stupa, being the biggest of its kind, is a major attraction of Amaravati. As per the historical records the Mahachaitya Stupa of Amaravati had been formed during the reign of king Ashoka. The unique features of the great Stupa in Amaravati include platforms with 95 feet high cardinals and circular vedika. The entire Stupa was constructed with bricks. A property of the Government museum of Chennai, this Stupa of Amaravati is visited by huge number tourists round the year.

Amaravati also houses an ancient temple which is presided by the deity called Amreswara. There is a lingam in this temple of Amaravati and the place is visited by devotees coming from all parts of South India. The holy temple is also frequented by the tourists.

People who opt for a bus journey to go to Amaravati from Vijayawada, can experience the scenic pleasures that come on the way. After reaching Amaravati, tourists often get enthralled with the enigmatic surroundings of the place.

Among the many tours from Vijayawada, the one that include a trip to Amaravati is definitely counted as a memorable one as it offers an enriching insight into the religious and historical glory of the place.

It can be said without any doubt that Vijayawada - Amaravati tour showcases the heritage of the place in a majestic way.



Last Updated on: 9/05/2013

     


     

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