Amaravati Travel Guide

Amaravati is in the right centre of the northern border of the Maharashtra State. Lying at the Tapi basin, the city's main productions are cotton, jowar and tur (lentil) and oranges.Ambanagari"is a city in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the 5th most populous metropolitan area in the state. It is the administrative headquarters of the Amravati district. It is also the headquarters of the "Amravati Division" which is one of the six divisions of the state. Among the historical landmarks in the city are the temples of Amba, Shri Krishna and Shri Venkateshwara.

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The Nyahari consists typically of bread (roti) made of Jowar or Bajra flour. This is consumed with onion, which is a proven antidote to heat stroke. The onion helps in the very hot and dry climate of the region. Another type of flour called Catani is also a favorite recipe for bread, being made of chili, salt, garlic and groundnuts grounded together.The other major food for the day is lunch and dinner, which has a major influence of bread Bhakari (or Dhebra) and a type of curry prepared from pulses, called Kalvan. Zunka Bhakar is also a regular dish, prepared from gram flour.

There are various cinemas and multiplexes also running the latest and popular movie titles. Big Cinemas Reliance and Best Cinema, both located at the Jaistambh Chowk, along with E-Orbit (at Big Bazaar Mall) are the three important multiplexes in the Amravati town. Some of the popular malls like Rock Arcade Shopping Complex, Jawahar Mall and Ladha Mall. However, the Big Bazaar brand of super store has recently closed their business in the town, unable to survive competition from other local and big brands like Reliance Mart and D Mart.To sum it all, the Amravati of today as we know it is well commercialized.

Amravati has been a bustling town from a long time and it always had talkies and cinemas to offer the latest movies to the local people. However, till a long time, these cinemas played movies mostly in the native language of Marathi and a few of them played Hindi movies also. But with the progress in modernization of the society, a steady rise in demand of English movies also came up.

You have to remove your shoes before entering a shrine.Drinking alcoholic beverages on the premises or speaking in a raised voice is prohibited. Women should always be properly dressed and should cover their head before entering a Sikh gurudwara or a mosque. When you enter a mosque, you are supposed to step right foot first into the courtyard. In some Hindu and Jain temples all leather products like shoes, belts, handbags, camera cases etc. are prohibited. Many temples also expect visitors to purify themselves by washing their hands and feet under a tap or tank available there before entering. No visitor in a gurudwara should keep his feet pointing towards the Holy Book or step over any one sitting in prayer or meditation.

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