Amravati district is a district of Maharashtra state. Amravati is the headquarters of the district. The district is situated between 20°32' and 21°46' north latitudes and 76°37' and 78°27' east longitudes. The district occupies an area of 12,235 sq km.
The district is bordered by Betul District of Madhya Pradesh state to the north, and by the Maharashtra districts of Nagpur to the northeast, Wardha to the east, Yavatmal to the south, Washim to the southwest, and Akola and Buldhana districts to the west.
The district consists of six sub-divisions, which are further divided into 14 talukas. Amravati sub-division is divided into three talukas namely Amravati, Bhatukali and Nandgaon Khandeshwar. Daryapur sub-division is further divided into two talukas namely Daryapur and Anjangaon. Achalpur sub-division also consists of two talukas namely Achalpur and Chandur Bazar. Morshi sub-division has also two talukas: Morshi and Warud. Dharni sub-division is also divided into two talukas namely Dharni and Chikhaldara. Finally, Chandur (Railway) sub-division is divided into three taulkas namely Chandur (Railway), Tiosa and Dhamangaon.
There are eight Vidhan Sabha constituencies in this district. Six of these, Badnera, Amravati, Teosa, Daryapur (SC), Melghat (ST) and Achalpur are part of Amravati Lok Sabha constituency. The other two constituencies, Dhamangaon Railway and Morshi are part of Wardha Lok Sabha constituency.