Ruined Buddhist Stupa

Everyday except holidays
Ruined Buddhist Stupa
20 onwards

About

On the banks of the Krishna River is one of India's biggest stupas. The ruined Buddhist Stupa or Mahachaitya at Amaravati dates back to 200 B.C. and reveals the wealth of ancient Amaravati. Today, a vast number of relics and objects from the site of Stupa resides in the galleries of the British Museum in London, Musee Guimet in Germany, the National Museum in New Delhi, Indian Museum in Calcutta, and Government Museum in Madras. Book tickets now and see some of the remaining relics in the site museum.</p

Things to see

  • Amaravati Heritage Centre and Museum.
  • Amareswara Temple regarded as one of the Pancharama Kshetras of Lord Shiva. 
  • Dhyana Buddha Statue commissioned in 2003 and completed in 2015.
  • Krishna River

How to get there?

  • Nearest Airport: Vijayawada International Airport
  • Nearest Railway Station: Guntur Junction
  • Nearest Bus Station: Amaravathi APSRTC Bus station

Venue

Ruined Buddhist Stupa

Ruined Buddhist Stupa , Hyderabad

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