Weekend Trip to Sevagram, Maharashtra
- Temples and Ashram
Summer 22 to 37°C
Winter 19 to 32°C
Distance / Traveling Time
From Hyderabad: 454 kilometers / 6 h ,24 m
Best Time To Visit
Often referred to as ‘Village of Service’, Sevagram is a famous village in the state of Maharashtra. The town is located at a distance of 85 kilometers and was chosen by Mahatma Gandhi as his base during the Indian Independence Movement. During the freedom struggle, the village played host to several nationalist leaders. The Sevagram Ashram was the first building to be built in this place. Built on 40 hectares of farmland, Sevagram is a peaceful ashram which has been carefully restored with the original hits where Gandhi lived and worked. Besides, you can visit other prominent huts and cottages in this region include Kishore Kuti, Mahadev Kuti and Parchure Kuti.
How to Reach Sevagram
Wardha Railway Station is an important railhead on the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai Line. There are frequent train services from major cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and Hyderabad. You can hire an auto rickshaw from Wardha Railway Station to Sevagram.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is the nearest and closest airport to Sevagram. The airport is connected to various prominent cities in India such as Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad. Later, you can catch a bus from Nagpur Airport to Sevagram.
The National Highway 7 connects Hyderabad and Sevagram. The road journey from Hyderabad to Sevagram will approximately take around 6.5 hours. There is no direct bus connectivity between Hyderabad and Sevagram. Deluxe and semi-deluxe buses ply between Sevagram and other major cities such as Hyderabad, Bhopal, Nagpur, Nasik, Mumbai, Kanpur and Pune.