Nagpur is a large city in the central Indian state of Maharashtra. The 19th-century Nagpur Central Museum displays items found locally, including fossils, sarcophagi, and Mughal weaponry. The Raman Science Centre has hands-on exhibits and a planetarium. Sitabuldi Fort, in the Sitabuldi Hills, was the site of an 1817 battle. To the southwest, the immense, domed Deekshabhoomi is a Buddhist monument and pilgrimage site.
Nagpur has a tropical savannah climate (Koppen climate classification) with dry conditions prevailing for most of the year. It receives about 163 mm of rainfall in June. The amount of rainfall is increased in July to 294 mm. … Summers are extremely hot, lasting from March to June, with May being the hottest month.
The history of Nagpur, in central India, spans over 5,000 years, including the Kingdom of Nagpur in the 18th and 19th century. Human existence around present-day Nagpur city (in Maharashtra, India) can be traced back 3,000 years to the 8th century BC.
Transport in Nagpur is important due to Nagpur’s strategic location in central India. Though the city lacks any major mass transit system its road network is maintained in good condition to avoid congestion. Nagpur is well connected with four major metros of India namely Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkatta, and Chennai by all three modes – road, rail, and air. Auto rickshaws operate in most parts of Nagpur and are the main form of hired transport.
Place of Interest
Deeksha Bhoomi, Nagpur, Sitabuldi Fort, Nagpur, Balaji Mandir, Nagpur
Seminary Hill, Nagpur, Ambazari Lake, Nagpur, Shantinath Digamber Jain Mandir, Nagpur
Markanda, Nagpur, Fhutala lake, Nagpur, Sevagram, Nagpur
Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir, Nagpur, Maharaja Baug and Zoo, Nagpur, Shri Vyankatesh Temple, Nagpur, Dhama Chakra Stupa, Nagpur, Shukravati Lake, Nagpur
Telankadi Lake, Nagpur, Japanese Rose Garden, Nagpur, Ramtek Fort Temple, Nagpur
Khindsi watersports, Nagpur, RAMDHAM – Cultural theme park, Nagpur