Wardha is the city of the eastern part of Maharashtra, India. The city got its name from the Wardha River which surrounds the three boundaries of Wardha district. It is located at the routes between Mumbai and Nagpur. Historically, it is somewhat similar to Nagpur. The city served as an important place in India’s freedom movement. The city is now an essential place for the cotton trade. Some of the tourist places in Wardha city are Gitai Mandir, Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Megan Sangrahlaya, and Sevagram Ashram. Gitai Mandir is the unique temple as it has no deities or a roof. The city is the emblem of simplicity and good faith.