Borala is a small village in the Amravati district of Maharashtra. It is very close to the city of Amravati, at a distance of 68 km. The village will be a good stop for tourists willing to sip in a cup of tea while travelling to other cities and towns. The village as a whole has nothing significant to offer in terms of tourist interest. The neighbouring state of Madhya Pradesh lies next door.
Places to Stay
Some names of budget hotels which may come handy to tourists in Amravati are Hotel Indrapuri (Tariff – Rs. 700), Hotel Roshini (Tariff – Rs. 875), Hotel Vandu International (Tariff – Rs. 900) and Hotel Ramgiri International (Tariff – Rs. 600) among others.
The official language of the area is Marathi. Hindi is also widely spoken and understood.
The important festivals of the area are Holi in March, Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September, Diwali in October-November and the two Eid(s).
Places of Interest
Some of the places worth visiting in the region are Gavilgarh Fort, Shri Ambadevi Temple, Jawahar Gate and the Melghat Tiger Reserve.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Amravati Airport at a distance of 80 km from the village.
The nearest railway stations are the Amravati Railway Station, the Naya Amravati Railway Station and the Badnera Railway Station – all within Amravati city.
State transport buses of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) as well as a couple of private buses pass through the village en route to other cities and towns. Ticketgoose.com is one of the most popular bus booking sites from where you any book your tickets to anywhere in India.