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Wardha is a city and a municipal council in Wardha district that is located in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, which is the easternmost division of the state. The river Wardha flows in the north, south and west boundaries of the district. Founded in the year 1866, Wardha plays an important role in Gandhian era.
  • Country:India
  • State:Maharashtra
  • Capitals:Mumbai
  • Zip Code:442001
  • STD/Local Code:07152
  • Phone code:00 + 91 + 7152 + the number.
  • Language:Marathi, Hindi, Varhadi
  • Best Period:October to February
  • Weather:Semi-arid climate
  • Time Zone:IST (UTC +05:30)
  • Currency:Indian Rupee
  • Airports:Nagpur
A second home to Mahatma Gandhi, Wardha!

A hub for cotton trade and a very important place playing its role in the India’s independence is the city of Wardha. Famous for its ancient temples, South Indian art, and architecture, is this city that is centrally located in India. It is a very popular tourist destination which is frequented by visitors from across the world that come here to relive the history of India’s National Movement that was led by Mahatma Gandhi during India’s independence.

Adorning the town is the river Wardha that flows around this town and from which the city got its name. The historical significance of Wardha dates back to several centuries when it was ruled by several kingdoms like Chalukyas, Mauryas, Mughals, and Marathas. Apart from history, the town has its own spiritual legacy in terms of several temples that are visited by many tourists to offer their prayers. Renowned for its museums and educational institutions, this city is more than just beautiful. Enjoy a well spent holiday to explore this effervescent city that will take you through historical timeline showcasing how the present city came into being.

Get amazed by the different colours of the city and live amidst the friendly people of this town who will welcome you with warmth thus giving you a unique experience in this historically rich town.


Best Time to Visit

(Describe the climate of Wardha)

The weather of Wardha is moderate and mostly arid which makes the monsoon and winter seasons the best to visit this city. The average temperature of the city is 27.3 .

Summer: Summers are hot and dry with temperatures soaring up to 40   and above during the daytime. The summer months are from March to May with the month of May being the hottest one. The highest temperatures recorded have been around 43  and with such scorching heat, it becomes uncomfortable for tourists to venture out.

Monsoon:  The monsoon commences in the month of June extending until September that soaks up the tired sweltering land and brings in the cool breeze. With moderate rainfall, the temperatures drop below 30  with occasionally rising above it. July gets the most of the rainfall with 280mm of rainfall.

Winter: Winter season brings in pleasant weather, which will require you to take shelter in your woollens. The temperature drops from the end of October, and the lower temperatures can be enjoyed till the month of February. The lowest temperatures are known to be around 9  to 10  during nights. Daytime temperature is mostly pleasant averaging about 25 making it the best time for exploring the city and its surroundings.

How to Reach

(Transport availability for traveling)

Being at the centre of the country, the city is well connected to the corners and major cities by different modes of transport.


The nearest airport is at 70km, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar airport at Nagpur. This airport is well connected to all major cities and most of the airlines service is thus making convenient to fly in. You can then hire a private taxi or take a bus heading towards Wardha, which is about 2 hours of journey.


Road connectivity of Wardha with most important cities is quite impressive. There are several buses running from the neighbouring cities as well as the major cities like Mumbai and Pune. There are many state run and private buses running from Nagpur at different hours.


Wardha has its own railway station and is an important one which is linked to other major cities like Nagpur, Bhopal, Indore, Hyderabad and Pune. There are several trains going out and coming in the city at different times of the day.



Every city in India is adorned with temples, which have their own unique features that bring in the influx of tourists. Same is true with the city of Wardha which has several different temples. The temple of Laxmi Narayan which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi was built in the year 1905 for the welfare of destitute Harijans of the society. Gitai Mandir is another temple which is a must visit for its uniqueness that it does not have any deity or ceiling. It is simply made of stone walls with the Shlokas of Bhagvat Gita inscribed on it in the local language of Marathi. Kelzar Ganpati Temple is one of the Lord Ganesh temples from Ashtavinayak in Vidarbha region where the idol of the deity is believed to be from the Aryan era. There are other holy places as well such as Mahakali temple, Murlidhar temple, Sheikh Farid Baba Dargah and Shiva temple Koteshwar.


Having an impeccable association with Mahatma Gandhi, Wardha is blessed with plenty of his work during the India’s independence. Located in the heart of the city is the museum Magan Sangrahalaya, which was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi himself in the year 1938. Spread over 2.3 acres of land, this museum, was built to create awareness about research and development of rural industries, agriculture, dairy, various types of charkhas, khadi, handicrafts by rural artisans and different methods to promote Swadeshi movement. The museum has developed and incorporated the newer technology and various disciples of science, economics, and sociology regarding Gandhian values.

Parks And Wildlfe

Not very far away from Wardha is the Bor wildlife sanctuary which gives an opportunity to the nature lovers to be amidst the flora and fauna to find their real self. Embellishing its beauty is the Bor dam that is besides this lush green forest which is the habitat of several animals such as nilgai, deer, peacocks, bears, bison, monkeys, leopards and Bengal tigers. This sanctuary has also been declared as a tiger reserve recently.

Hill Stations

To resort to a more peaceful and scenic environment you may want to head towards Chikhaldara, which is the only hill station in the Vidarbha region situated at 1118m. You would reach here from Wardha after travelling for little more than four hours. Bask in the breathtaking view of the deep valleys and mystic green forests have made it a popular summer retreat. Enjoy in this only coffee-growing town in Maharashtra that will baffle you with its exciting wildlife, refreshing waterfalls and a placid lake that is simply overwhelming.


Giving rise to the tourism with its history and cotton trade, a number of hotels have flourished that are committed to making your stay comfortable. Hotel Vijaydeep Regency, Hotel Shavin Residency, and Hotel Ramakrishna are some of the few that are most sought by the travellers.


Giving rise to the tourism with its history and cotton trade, a number of hotels have flourished that are committed to making your stay comfortable. Hotel Vijaydeep Regency, Hotel Shavin Residency, and Hotel Ramakrishna are some of the few that are most sought by the travellers.


The strategic location of the city in the center of the country has helped several kingdoms and leaders in the past which has weaved a strong history. To build on the times gone by are several monuments and places of historical importance that one must visit when in Wardha. When Mahatma Gandhi came to Wardha, he set up his ashram “Bapu Kuti” in the village of Sewagram at the request of late Jamnalal Bajaj, from where he continued his fight for freedom. This ashram now houses several articles and items used by Gandhiji. Another place of great historical value is Bajajwadi, the residence of late Jamnalal Bajaj, who played host to several national leaders during the freedom struggle. Paramdham Ashram was founded by Acharya Vinoba Bhave in the year 1934 where the Quit India Movement was restarted under his guidance. The ashram enjoys a scenic beauty along the banks or river Dham.


Food is an essential part of every trip and so does Wardha overwhelms its visitors by different varieties of food. Locals predominantly consume Maharashtrian food which ranges from sweet to intense spicy. You can also enjoy cuisines from other parts of the country as well in most of the restaurants. Most meals here are served in the form of thali, which is an assorted plate full of different vegetables, lentils, rice, and roti. Some of the sweets which people savour are modak, puran poli, jalebi, laddus and shrikhand.

AdventureBusiness Hub

Primarily agriculture oriented city, Wardha is now slowly becoming the second industrial hub of Vidarbha region. Cotton and soybean are the common crops that are grown in this region. Large scale cultivation of cotton has led to the growth and prosperity of several cotton based industries.