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Maharashtra >> Nagpur


837 km from Mumbai
38 c summer/14 c winter
Latitude : 21.155760    Longitude : 79.089111

Language : Marathi,Hindi
Nagpur is the largest city in central India (2001 Census) and second capital of state of Maharashtra. It is headquarter of Nagpur district and Nagpur division. Nagpur UA population 2,420,000; is 13th largest urban conglomeration in India and 114th largest city in world. It ranks as 143rd largest urban area in world in terms of population. It is the seat of annual winter session of Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha. City is commercial and political hub of the state's eastern Vidarbha region. Nagpur lies in central India with Zero mile marker located here. Nagpur is famous for growing oranges from which it derieves it's nickname Orange city.[7]
Ambazari Lake
Ambazari Lake - Tranquil Lake
Ambazari Lake is a tranquil lake, situated on the western outskirts of Nagpur. Sprawled over an area of approximately 15.4 sq km, the lake is surrounded by a beautifully landscaped garden that adds to its splendor. Apart from good walking trails, the major attractions of Ambazari Lake comprise of the boating facilities that have been provided there. Completing the picturesque scene is a musical fountain, a favorite amongst kids.
Balaji Mandir
Balaji Mandir - Lord Balaji
Balaji Mandir is a temple situated amidst the tranquil and awesome environs of the Seminary Hill. The temple, as the name suggests, is dedicated to Shri Balaji, who is its presiding deity. Balaji Mandir also enshrines the idols of Lord Kartikeya, regarded as the Commander of the Army of Gods.
Dragon Palace Temple
Dragon Palace Temple - Buddhist Temple
Dragon Palace Temple is a Buddhist temple, situated in Kamptee, a satellite township of Nagpur district. It is dedicated to Lord Buddha and boasts of striking architecture and picturesque landscape. The temple was founded by Mother Noriko Ogawa Society of Japan, in association with Ms Sulekha Kumbhare, the MLA and Minister of State of Water and Sanitation. A unique temple, it has emerged as one of the most popular attractions for the people coming to the district of Nagpur.
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary - Wildlife Sanctuary
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at the Tirora Range of Bhandara Forest Division, which comes under the Bhandara District of Maharashtra. It is approximately 130 km to the west of Nagpur and makes one of the popular excursions from the city. The sanctuary serves as the perfect place for all those who love to explore nature and its various facets. Bird and animal lovers will find a visit to the Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the best ways to spend their weekends.
Navegaon National Park
Navegaon National Park
Navegaon National Park is located in the Navegaon area of Maharashtra, at a distance of approximately 150 km from Nagpur city. It is one of the most popular forest reveres of the Vidarbha region of the state and was established in the 18th century. Sprawled over an area of almost 135 sq km, the wildlife park comprises of a deer park, an aviary, 3 landscaped gardens and Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
Sitabuldi Fort
Sitabuldi Fort
Sitabuldi Fort is a magnificent structure built by a British officer, in the year 1857. It stands perched on the Twin Mountains and is visited on a frequent basis by tourists in large numbers. Mahathma Gandhi was jailed here for sometime. The charka and chappal used by him are kept in the cell which prisoned the Gandhi. The connection of Tipu Sultan with Nagpur is to be assessed after seeing this fort which is open to public only on the National Holidays.
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