September 19, 2021

5 Attractive Places to Visit in Wardha


Top Tourist Attractions in Wardha

Wardha is a city and municipal municipality in the Wardha district of Maharashtra, India. Wardha district’s administrative headquarters are located here. Wardha is named after the Wardha River, which runs through the area on the north, west, and south sides. Wardha is now a major cotton trading centre and was historically significant during the Gandhian era. The Gitai Mandir, the Laxmi Narayan Mandir, the Mahakali Mandir, and the Kelzer Temple are among Wardha’s many temples.

Best Places to Visit in Wardha

  1. Laxminarayan Temple
  2. Paramdham aashram
  3. Girad Darga
  5. Bor Tiger Reserve

Best Time to Visit in Wardha


How to Reach Wardha

By Road

Regular Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation buses can be boarded at any of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation bus stops.

Bus Stand : Wardha.

By Railway

In Wardha District, there are two railway stations.

  •  Wardha railway station
     serves wardha in wardha district  in the indian state of maharashtra.

It is an important junction station on the Howrah – Nagpur – Wardha – Bhusaval – Jalgaon – Mumbai CST line and New Delhi – Nagpur – Chennai line.

  •  Sevagram railway station 
     It is a railway station serving Sevagram town, in Wardha district of Maharashtra State of India.

It is part of Indian Railways’ Central Railway Zone’s Nagpur railway division. It is situated on the Indian Railways’ Howrah–Nagpur–Mumbai line and the New Delhi–Chennai main line.

By Air

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport in Nagpur is the closest international airport, about a two-hour drive from Wardha. It is well linked by Jet Lite, Air India, Go Air, Indigo, and Jet Airways to major cities like as Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Goa, Indore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, and Srinagar.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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