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Devi Point

Near Shakkar Lake, Amravati, India
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Devi Temple with a scenic view of melghat range

Situated around 2-3 kms outside Chikhaldara. Nice place to vIsit if you are in Chikhaldara with... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2016
ramkrishna T
via mobile
Nitin Shendre.

One of my favorite point at Chikhaldara. It is located at very beautyful location . Specially... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2016
atishendre
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Amravati, India
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22 Aug 2016
“Nitin Shendre.”
14 Nov 2016
“Devi Temple with a scenic view of melghat range”
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Near Shakkar Lake, Amravati, India
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Reviewed 14 November 2016 via mobile

Situated around 2-3 kms outside Chikhaldara. Nice place to vIsit if you are in Chikhaldara with childtens.

Thank ramkrishna T
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

One of my favorite point at Chikhaldara. It is located at very beautyful location . Specially during rainy season it is fantastic.

Thank atishendre
Reviewed 10 May 2016

This would have been an excellent tourist point but is literally in ruins due to the blinded eye government. But this is already a one time view. Enjoyed it.

Thank agarwalridhi
Reviewed 17 February 2016

Visited after several years, the place is still very scenic and beautiful. Oh yes be careful with the monkeys, they can get to your fruits, nuts and food, if unattended.

Thank rajpalbhatkar
Reviewed 24 May 2014

Visited this place at ChikhalDhara, very good place, a great The ambiance. Mata Mandir, in side the caves. Needs attention of local authority to develop this place at great tourist destination.

9  Thank MANMOHAN-MUMBAI
Reviewed 16 October 2013

It is a temple located in a rocky enclave with mountain water dripping from the ceiling . Its Quite facinating

Thank Samirspatil
Reviewed 30 December 2012

If you are in Amravati, and wondering where to go then I would suggest a trip to Chikaldara. It is a hill station about 80 kms from Amravati. Devi Point, Bhimkund, Melghat forest garden, Panch Bhol point, Gwaligud fort are some places you might want...More

3  Thank Dharini_R
Reviewed 28 August 2012

One should visit this place by end of monsoon to get a real experience. There is a small devi temple under a mountain made of two rocks placed one upon the other. As you enter the temple, you could not escape getting drenched from the...More

2  Thank manish4umeet
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