Amla is a place in Madhya Pradesh in India.Amla junction is 38 km from Betul on rail route towards Nagpur . By road Amla is about 35 km from Betul.Amla is bordered to the south by low lying ridges of Deccan Trap. Northwestern part is also a hilly terrain with height up to 843 m from M.S.L. The area in between is mostly plain with undulatory topography formed by narrow strike ridges. General ground level is 720-740 m above M.S.L.The region enjoys hot & humid dry subtropical climate with maximum average temperature of 32°C. Southeast monsoon remains active during June to September. The average rainfall in the area is 1005 mm. The summer lasts between March and June whereas winter prevails between October and February. Occasionally temperature touches >40°C during summer. During winter the temperature occasionally touches around 4°C.North-western part of Amla is covered by protected Forest which is a fairly dense mixed jungle of Bamboo, Char, Sal, Sheesham and Teak tress. Most part of the area is covered by cultivated lands yielding wheat, sugarcane, rice, potato, soybean and groundnut. Around the villages and on small hillocks scanty growth of Tendu (Diosphyros - melanoxyalon), Mango (Mangifera-indica), Neem and other thorny bushes are found. Wild life of the area includes Sambar, dear, spotted dear, jackal etc.
Amla may refer to:
- Indian gooseberry, called amla in Hindi.
- Hashim Amla, a South African cricketer of Indian descent
- Ahmed Amla, a South African cricketer and brother of Hashim
- Amla, Madhya Pradesh, a town in Madhya Pradesh, India
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