Famous for/as: Heritage
Coordinates: 21.150000 79.099998
Nagpur stands second on the list of the busiest cities of Maharashtra and is known as the orange city, due to the fact that oranges are produced here in large numbers. Nearly 5 lakh tons of oranges are produced here every year. A river called Nag, flows across the ancient city of Nagpur, similar to the way a snake progresses on its path and thus, explains the name Nagpur. Nagpur has a rich cultural heritage and in order to showcase this to the entire world numerous musical concerts, plays, exhibitions, etc. are organized at regular intervals. Local folks take pride in the cleanliness and greenery of Nagpur and it has been ranked as the second most clean and green city of India.
The Nagpur city is famous for its Zero Mile Marker that clearly depicts that this city is the geographical center of India. Nagpur was merged with Vidarbha region back in the year 1960 as a lot of people living there speak Marathi. Sitabuldi Fort is an important attraction of Nagpur region and was built during the British rule. A few other renowned tourist spots of Nagpur are Jaddu Mahal, Deeksha Bhoomi, and Dragon Palace Temple. On the other side, Vidarbha region is house to Tadoba national park and is part of the Tiger Reserve Project since the year 1993.
Totladoh is located at a distance of 75 Km from Nagpur city and is a perfect, calm and relaxing picnic spot. People come here with their families to experience the goodness of nature and watch the massive dam built here.