Amaravati Rising – Treasure of Nature Rich Environment

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Amaravati as a capital region has more than progressive metro in store for the residents and the future dwellers. The nature rich environment of the new capital of Andhra Pradesh will prove to be a boon for those who wish to settle in the city suburbs. Health and well being will be upheld owing to Amaravati’s pure environmental conditions.

People’s City Bound By Natural Features

Amaravati is nature rich. This is evident with the capital having the major Krishna river and its rivulets by its side. The major rivulets in Kondapalli, Kotturu, Mangalagiri and Tadepallle strut along the city with a bounty of forest reserves and hills.

Striking Balance Between Uplands and Delta Zones

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Sparkling waters from the Krishna river flowing silently past the hill ranges

It has to be noted that the entire of Krishna district is strikingly divided into upland and delta zones. The delta zone offers superior fertile land towards agriculture and the uplands are enveloped with an extensive Kondapalli hill range, running between Nandigama and Vijayawada with a length of 24 Km.

Hill Ranges In and Around Amaravati

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Beautiful view from the Nallamalla hills

There are several hills of historic and religious importance, such as Jammalavoidurgam, Mogalrajapuram and Indrakeeladri.

Nallamalla Hill ranges in Guntur are a part of the Eastern Ghats that lie in the western parts of Krishna District.

Other Natural Reserves

  • Ethipothala water falls are located near Macherla, Kondaveedu and Venkatayapalem hill ranges
  • Small to medium scenic hill regions are located at Pedamadduru, Nidumukkala and Mangalagiri. These surround the capital city and offer a great scenic view.
  • Hills at Guttikonda, Mangalagiri and Undavalli hold vast religious significance

Bounty of Forestry and Biodiversity

Bounty of forest areas are spread in Nandigama, Vijayawada, Nuzvid, Gannavaram and Yedlapadu. Amaravati region has a forest coverage of 30,500 hectares!  Prominent trees found in these forests are famous for their medicinal and healing properties. They are Pterocarpus, Terminalia, Anogeissus and Logustroeinai and Casuarina.

Breathing from these trees keeps up the life expectation of those who dwell around the areas.

It goes without saying that Amaravati is destined to offer great living conditions to the residents and visitors alike, while proving to be one of the rising metros of India.





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