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Travel from Amravati to Aurangabad by MSRTC Bus
Updated Oct 30, 2018
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Amravati is a city in the province of Maharashtra that is respected with affluent general magnificence hints loosening up and reclamation. Only a couple of the genuine trek areas recorded here are Ambadevi haven, Satidham asylum, Shri Bhaktidham asylum, Chatri Talao. People going to Amravati from Aurangabad additional in all likelihood than not slant toward transports for visiting, as this is shoddy and helpful. I was visiting Aurangabad out of the blue where my thought was to go to my companion's wedding function. Ambadevi is a very old and historical place. It is a temple of Hindu goddess Ambadevi. It is a place that is situated in the centre of Amravati.

Melghat :  Melghat is also one of the most beautiful forest located in Amravati. It is an awesome place to visit during the rainy season. If you can lay your eyes on a tiger in this forest if you are lucky. Further ahead, Chikhaldara which is a very famous hill station was simply mind blowing. You must visit this place during the rainy season.

I decided to book online MSRTC bus tickets from redbus.in; this is an online bus reservation portal that is fast and secured. It helped me to opt a Night Express bus that is serviced by MSRTC. I usually prefer to travel by state-owned transport, as they are reliable and punctual. Moreover, the bus was comfortable and came with clean interiors too. The bus journey of 7 hours was smooth and pleasant. I boarded the MSRTC bus at 2pm and reached 9:30pm. I got down at Cidko at Aurangabad. The bus staff of Parivarthan Night express was to a great degree modest and well behaved; they helped every passenger with consistent care. The travelling hours by bus was a wonderful encounter as more often than not I was mainly occupied with reading a book and tuning in to music. In general, it was an incredible experience!

I was waiting to explore the charm of Aurangabad. The city plainly overwhelms attributable to its bunch sights. Exciting historical past, clamouring shopping avenues and local delights are a portion of the things that pull in explorers to this location. It is a recommended as a traveling location in Maharashtra and on the other hand, it is a dwelling place of many people. Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves are the UNESCO World Heritage sites centred right here. Regardless of other things, there are various methodologies of reaching Aurangabad from Amravati; however, a bus travelling experience would be the most fascinating one, as you surpass old structures, greenery and contrasted geography. You can easily reach Ellora Caves by Bus from Aurangabad. It will take you to the last cave, and from this cave you can walk back visiting each cave. Don’t forget to buy some bananas for monkeys who will feel quite happy when you offer them and will readily click pictures with you.

A little away from the caves you will come across one of the 12 Shiva’s Jyotirlingham temple by the name Grishneshwar Temple.

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Travel from Amravati to Aurangabad by MSRTC Bus

Amravati is a city in the province of Maharashtra that is respected with affluent general magnificence hints loosening up and reclamation. Only a couple of the genuine trek areas recorded here are Ambadevi haven, Satidham asylum, Shri Bhaktidham asylum, Chatri Talao. People going to Amravati from Aurangabad additional in all likelihood than not slant toward transports for visiting, as this is shoddy and helpful. I was visiting Aurangabad out of the blue where my thought was to go to my companion's wedding function. Ambadevi is a very old and historical place. It is a temple of Hindu goddess Ambadevi. It is a place that is situated in the centre of Amravati.

Melghat :  Melghat is also one of the most beautiful forest located in Amravati. It is an awesome place to visit during the rainy season. If you can lay your eyes on a tiger in this forest if you are lucky. Further ahead, Chikhaldara which is a very famous hill station was simply mind blowing. You must visit this place during the rainy season.

I decided to book online MSRTC bus tickets from redbus.in; this is an online bus reservation portal that is fast and secured. It helped me to opt a Night Express bus that is serviced by MSRTC. I usually prefer to travel by state-owned transport, as they are reliable and punctual. Moreover, the bus was comfortable and came with clean interiors too. The bus journey of 7 hours was smooth and pleasant. I boarded the MSRTC bus at 2pm and reached 9:30pm. I got down at Cidko at Aurangabad. The bus staff of Parivarthan Night express was to a great degree modest and well behaved; they helped every passenger with consistent care. The travelling hours by bus was a wonderful encounter as more often than not I was mainly occupied with reading a book and tuning in to music. In general, it was an incredible experience!

I was waiting to explore the charm of Aurangabad. The city plainly overwhelms attributable to its bunch sights. Exciting historical past, clamouring shopping avenues and local delights are a portion of the things that pull in explorers to this location. It is a recommended as a traveling location in Maharashtra and on the other hand, it is a dwelling place of many people. Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves are the UNESCO World Heritage sites centred right here. Regardless of other things, there are various methodologies of reaching Aurangabad from Amravati; however, a bus travelling experience would be the most fascinating one, as you surpass old structures, greenery and contrasted geography. You can easily reach Ellora Caves by Bus from Aurangabad. It will take you to the last cave, and from this cave you can walk back visiting each cave. Don’t forget to buy some bananas for monkeys who will feel quite happy when you offer them and will readily click pictures with you.

A little away from the caves you will come across one of the 12 Shiva’s Jyotirlingham temple by the name Grishneshwar Temple.

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