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Living in Amravati, Maharashtra:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Amravati, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Amravati what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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6 comments on “Amravati”

Amravati is so beautiful and it’s known for various temples. If you speak Marathi in Amravati city you would get an advantage here.

The person who consider moving here to buy property little towards the outskirts as there is too much hustle and bustle in the city. The people are friendly and are really helpful and the society is quite well – balanced. There are many places for kids and parents.

Shalini, says: 2020

The city isn’t that big but the people are very kind here. The markets are closer and if moving from a village then you might found it big. The city has everything from malls to theatre everything. You might be amazed to see how hard people work here. you must visit it once.

Vincent, says: 2020

we have India’s largest sports institution. Not only from different states of country but also from neighbour country students come for sports education. from main city on distance of 120 km we have one wonderful hills station. Their are so many opportunities in our city for jobs.

Amravati is not a very big city. It is more likely an average city, where you can live peacefully. The city is not industrial, making it pollution less. You can find various commercial spots throughout the city, where you can go shopping and enjoy your weekend. The amount of jobs is less for people, but still people have a decent lifestyle and enjoy life. I would be glad to have you here.

Amravati is known of her Ambadevi temple, one of the shakti peeth in India. In the foothills of satpura mountain range. City is also famous for its cloth market and is famous in Maharashtra. Badnera is the twin city of Amravati and has a railway station, which is on Nagpur- Mumbai route. City is also famous for its orange orchard and cotton.

Anandakrishnan, says: 2020

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