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Bus From Amravati to Baroda
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Amravati literally meaning 'land of immortals' in Sanskrit is a city in the state of Maharashtra. It is the seventh most populous state of Maharashtra and is also the administrative headquarters of Amravati district. Amravati blessed with rich natural beauty offers the perfect abode to relax and rejuvenate. Few of the major tourist attractions of the region include Ambadevi temple, Satidham temple, Shri Bhaktidham temple, Chatri Talao, Wadali Talao, Gawilgarh Fort, Simbhora Dam and Sai Mandir among others. For souvenirs tourists can shop for bamboo articles that are specialty of the region.
Baroda or Vododara is a city in the state of Gujarat. Sitting on the banks of the river Vishwamitri, it is the third largest city of Gujarat and also one of its most populous. Baroda is a major industrial and economically prosperous region. The city also enjoys the adulation of tourists, who throng to this culturally and historically rich region. The rich legacy of the region has lent the region the epithet of ‘the cultured city’. Some of the major attractions of the region include Fateh Singh Museum, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Nazarbaug Palace, Makarpura Palace, Sayaji Baug and much more. For souvenirs tourists can shop for camel leather and hide vessels and other local handicrafts.