Wardha is one of the very popular cities of Maharashtra. It is an important centre of South Indian art and architecture and a major hub of cotton trade. The city is well known for its ancient temples and played an important role during the Gandhian Era.
The town got its name from the Wardha River which flows in the North, West and South boundaries of district. Wardha Travel guide is full of references to the religious destinations and spiritual legacy. Bajajwadi, Ram Temple, Paramdham Ashram, Vishnu Temple, Geetai Mandir and Laxmi Narayana Temple are the popular tourist places of the city.
The prosperous land of Wardha was ruled by several kingdoms like Chalukyas, Mauryas, Rajputs, Satavahanas, Vakatakas and Sungas. Wardha was a part of the territory of the Bahmani Kingdom in 1351. With the downfall of the dynasty in 1518, the region came under the rule of Imad Shahi.