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Am·ra·va·ti

 (əm-rä′və-tē, äm-)
A city of central India west of Nagpur. It is the site of a stupa dating from the second century ad.
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Amravati

(æmˈrɑːvətɪ)
n
(Placename) a town in central India, in NE Maharashtra: cotton centre. Pop: 549 370 (2001). Former name: Amraoti
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Haig, "History: The Mahabharat," in Gazetteers of the Bombay Presidency, Amraoti District (Bombay: Gazetteers Dept., 1983), online at http://www.maharashtra.gov.in/pdf/gazetteer_reprint/Amravati/home.html; V.
(22.) Gazetteers, Amraoti District, at http://www.maharashtra.gov.in/pdf/gazetteer_reprint/Amravati/gen_boundaries.html#.