Shri Ambadevi Temple situated in the heart of Amravati city has Ambadevi as its presiding deity (goddess of shakti). Amravati is named after this famous temple in the district .According to the legend it is believed that lord Krishna married Rukhmani after running away with her, when she came to pray in this temple. The grand celebration during navrathri days is very famous among all the devotees, locals and tourists. This temple is only 1.5 km away from Amravati railway station and a km away from bus stop .Home stays and accommodation available in Amravati. The temple architecture, its history, festivities and its rich Indian culture attract huge number of tourists every year. There are small markets in and around the temple which sell –beautiful bangles, earrings, bags, flowers, pooja essentials, and toys for children, brass articles, rangoli powder and many other things. Enjoy the experience of being in this holy place which endows one with peace, tranquility, sense of strength and happiness.