Morshi, a city in Maharashtra’s Amravati district, is situated near the Nal Damayanti Sagar and the Wardha River. Amravati is 61 km away from this city and its capital, Mumbai, is 715 km away. A few of its nearby cities include Amravati, Shendurjana and Warud. Morshi lies on the border of Warud, Tiwsa, and Ashti.
Places to Stay
As this is a small city, there are no available hotels in this region. Good budget hotels can be found in Amravati. Some of them are Hotel Indrapuri (Tariff – Rs.590), Hotel Excel Executive (Tariff – Rs.799), Hotel Ramgiri (Tariff – Rs.574) and Hotel Paras (Tariff – Rs.614).
The languages spoken in Morshi are Marathi, Hindi and English.
The important festivals celebrated in Morshi are Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Jiviti Puja held during July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi during August-September and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are many tourist destinations around Morshi such as Nal Damayanti Sagar (7 km), Triveni Lake (15 km), Warud (35 km) and Shekhdari Dam, Spillway and Reservoir (34 km) away from Morshi.
How to Get There
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, located 142 km away from Morshi, is the nearest airport.
Morshi Railway Station is within a 3-km radius from the main city. This railway station connects the city to other cities and towns.
Morshi has regular state-run and private buses that ply to and fro neighbouring cities. There are many private bus operators such as Raj Tours & Travels that offers daily buses from Pune to Morshi. Through bus booking offers you can get a lot of discount while booking your tickets.