Chatri Talao Amravati, situated on the south eastern part of Amravati, was constructed dating back to the 18th century, makes for a fascinating heritage site with great historical significance. It is a water reservoir, built in the year 1888, on a small spring called ‘Kali Nadi’ with a purpose to supply drinking water to the city of Amravati. Presently, this scenically blessed reservoir gets stocked with the water supplied from the Upper Wardha Dam.
Adorned with beautiful green landscape, this charming water body; Chatri Talao Amravati is the humble abode to numerous black ducks, that make for a soothing sight. Especially for the tourists and local people’s rejuvenation, a very pretty garden has been made near to it, which makes for a great place to enjoy picnics with family and friends. Flourished with manicured grasslands and colorful flowers, people visit here to laze around in the nature’s lap. Even a lone walk here is so soul nourishing and uplifting. For kids and fun lovers, there is boating facility also available which is quite engaging.
To reach to this outstanding site, which is just 1 km from Dasturnagar Square on Malkhed Railway Road, one can take a private cab or auto, or even come by walking. Nearest Railway station to this place is Amravati railway station and nearest airport is Nagpur (150 km). Amravati is well connected by roads to other cities as well.