Amaravati Stupa is known as the great Buddhist stupa in Amaravati. Which is a ruined Buddhist monument, probably built between the 3rd century BC and about 250 CE and it is located in the town of Amaravati in the Guntur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The site is under the Archaeological Survey of India. This includes Stupa itself and the Amaravati Archaeological Museum across a campus. There are many ancient ruins all over India, one of which is the Amaravati Stupa. It is also known as the Mahachaitya or the Great Stupa, which is the biggest attraction among all other types of ruins.