Overview

Amaravati is the state capital of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is situated on the banks of the Krishna River in the Guntur district. On October 22, 2015, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, laid the foundation stone at a ceremonial event in Uddandarayunipalem village. Amaravati, known for the Amareswara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, dates from the 2nd century BCE and was once the capital of the Satavahanas as well as the Pallava kings. Andhra Pradesh’s aim for expansion and development is embodied in Amaravati, the state’s planned capital city. Situated near the banks of the Krishna River, it combines a rich history with contemporary goals. The master plan for the city places a strong emphasis on sustainable urbanization and features well planned residential neighborhoods, commercial buildings, and green spaces.  In order to provide its citizens with an excellent standard of living, Amaravati strives to be a model city by implementing green projects and smart technology. It has a great deal of potential to become the region’s principal administrative, cultural, and economic center due to its advantageous location and strong network. Tourists and history buffs are drawn to the city because of its architectural wonders, which include the historic Amaravati Stupa. Amaravati is a symbol of Andhra Pradesh’s development towards prosperity and modernization since it offers a bright future while respecting its rich legacy. It also represents a peaceful fusion of tradition and progress.

 
 

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