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One Day in Amreli

A short trip or excursion to Amreli is a fabulous option as it is a historical place well known for its wild life sanctuaries and ancient temples. Apart from some eye-catching destinations that are suitable for picnics, Amreli has a museum that is a rich source of knowledge for people of all age groups. A day spent in Amreli is not only full of knowledge and information but also amusing and entertaining too.

General Information of Amreli

In the earlier days, the city was called as Anumanji, Amlik and later Amravati. It is the headquarters of the Amreli district and it lies in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat.  Like other developing cities, Amreli has a good network of roads and railways that makes it easily approachable from other places such as Rajkot, Mehsana, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Surat. You can either travel by various trains available or take a long drive to Amreli.

Shri Girdharilal Sangrahalaya Children Museum Amreli

It is the best place to visit especially for children. The Shri Girdharilal Sangrahalaya Children Museum is a big museum that is widely reputed for its good collection of literary works. You can spend some time in the fully furnished library and read books that are related to astronomy, archaeology, art and history. Other than this, you can also attend the informative shows that are conducted by the museum authorities on Tuesdays. In case you are keen to know the history of the museum, you can go through some special guides that are easily available in the museum.

Khodiyar Dam in Amreli

Khodiyar Dam


One of the most enticing tourist places of Amreli is the Khodiyar Dam. You must visit this dam as it is regarded as the biggest dam in Gujarat. The dam is 75ft high and is built across the river Shetrunji in the Saurashtra region. You will be enthralled at the sight of the gushing waters.

Bhurikhiya Hanuman Mandir in Amreli

The city has several places of worship. One such prominent Hindu temple that is dedicated to Lord Hanuman is the Bhurikhiya Hanuman Mandir. The devotees believe that the holy shrine is related to Shri Damadordasji who was known far and wide for his preachings on Tulsikrit Ramayan. You can visit this temple during Chaitra Poornima. Apart from this, you can also take part in the special rituals that are performed by the temple priests.

Nagnath Temple in Amreli

Other than the Hanuman Mandir, you can also visit the famous Nagnath Temple. It was built by the Diwan of Amreli during the 1600s. As the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, Nagpanchmi and Shivratri festivals are celebrated here with much pomp and show. You can visit the temple during such occasions. The sacred edifice illuminated with colorful lights presents a beautiful sight. Other ancient temples to visit are the Gayatri Temple and the Khodiyar Temple.

Wild Life at the Pania Wildlife Sanctuary in Amreli

If you are fond of wild life, then the Pania sanctuary is the right place to visit. You can watch various types of animals like Chinkaras, Indian gazelles, leopards and lions while you are here. The scenic beauty of the natural vegetation with both flora and fauna is a treat for the eyes.

Dine at Restaurants in Amreli

Dine at Restaurants


You can enjoy the Gujarati Thali served by many hotels and restaurants in Amreli. Some of the exquisite restaurants located here are Shree Paras Restaurant, Raj Rajwadi Family Restaurant and the Angel Restaurant.

With so many options, Amreli presents an exciting opportunity for tourists to have a gala time while here.

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