Amaravathi, a small town located on the banks of the River Krishna in Guntur district of the State of Andhra Pradesh in India is known for its historical significance. The Great Stupa at Amaravati was once the large Buddhist cenotaph built in south-east India.
This is one of the temple streets in Amaravathi during morning. Various quaint old buildings in the street are also seen.
Amaravathi, once the capital of Satavahanas, is famous for its Buddhist monastery. This Buddhist centre can be easily accessible from Vijayawada.