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Amaravati is a village in Guntur district of the Indian state, Andhra Pradesh. Located on the banks of River Krishna, it is a part of the Amaravati mandal of Guntur revenue division.

Although now it is officially designated as a village administered by a gram panchayat, it is an important historic town, and served as the capital of the Satavahana kingdom in ancient days. Sri Amaralingeswara Swamy temple is located at the Amararama Pancharama Kshetra site in this village, which makes it a holy town for the Hindus. It is also a historic Buddhist site, and the Amaravati Mahachaitya stupa was built here between the 2nd century BCE and the 3rd century CE. Designated as a historic site by the Government of India, Amaravati has been chosen as one of the sites for Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY) scheme by Government of India.

Amaravati, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh, is named after this historic site. The Amaravati village is one of the several villages that are covered under the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region. The foundation stone of the new capital city was laid at Uddandarayunipalem, which is located around 23 km away from the Amaravati village.

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Amaravati, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh, is named after this historic site. The Amaravati village is one of the several villages covered under the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region. The foundation stone of the new capital city was laid at Uddandarayunipalem, which is located around 23 km from the Amaravati village.

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