Nagpur also known as the Orange City of India and is the third largest city of Maharashtra with one of the highest literacy rate in the country. The city is also among the important cities of India for tourism that includes Zero Mile point,Deekshabhoomi, Mihan Cargo Hub,Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium,Ram Jhula Cable Bridge,Masjid Ghareeb Nawaz,Raman Science Center and Nagpur Junction railway station.
Adasa Ganpati Temple is very famous temple of Lord Ganesha, situated in a small village from Nagpur. The ancient temple at Adasa has 12 feet tall and 7 feet wide statue of Lord Ganesh and temple is one of the eight Ashta Vinayaks in Vidarbha.
Deekshabhoomi Stupa of Nagpur is the most famous and sacred monument of Buddhism and the biggest stupa in Asia. The stupa is famous for its architectural beauty and one of the main centers of tourism in Nagpur.
The Ram Temple in Ramtek is the Historic temple of lord Rama,located on the uphill at a distance of around 50 km from Nagpur. Ram Temple of Ramtek is one of the Lord Rama temple in India and must visit place around Nagpur.
Sri Balaji and Sri Kartikeya Temple is the most famous Hindu temple of Nagpur, located at the North West side of the city in mount known as Seminary hills. Balaji and Kartikeya Temple is one of Nagpur’s most renowned site and must visit place in the city.
Sitabuldi Fort is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Nagpur, located atop a hillock behind the famous Tekdi Ganapati temple. The fort is now home to the Indian Army and surrounding area of sitabuldi is an important commercial hub in the city.
Futala Lake also called as Telangkhedi lake is well known spot in Nagpur,located in the outskirts of city. The lake is spread over 60 acres and the city of Nagpur boasts of 10 other big lakes apart from Futala Lake.
Ambazari Lake is the largest lake in the city of Nagpur, Lake is surrounded by mango trees and garden known as Ambazari garden. The Ambazari Lake and garden is the famous tourist attractions of Nagpur city with musical fountain,amusement and boating facilities. Photo:nagpurtoday
Jama Mosque in Mominpura is the biggest mosque in Nagpur and surrounded by numerous restaurants,hotels and other market. Masjid Ghareeb Nawaz and Jama Mosque are two famous mosque in Mominpura.
Dragon Palace Temple is the most popular Buddhist temple and must see tourist attractions in Nagpur. The Dragon Palace situated in Kamptee near Nagpur is famous for architecture and picturesque landscape.
RamDham is Central India’s largest cultural tourism park, located 35 kms from Nagpur in Ramtek road. Ramdham has all the famous temples of India including 8 Ashtavinayak,12 jyotirlinga and Vaishnodevi.
Zero Mile is the point of geographical centre of colonial India in Nagpur and a monument with four horses and a pillar made up of sandstone has been built. The Zero Mile Stone used as the point to measure all the distances by the British
Mihan Cargo Hub and Airport is the biggest economical development ongoing project in India,consists of two parts International cargo hub and Special Economic Zone. This multi modal International cargo hub and airport at Nagpur is one of largest aviation project in India.
Maharajbagh Zoo is one of the most famous zoo in Nagpur located in the heart of the city. The Maharaj Baug and Zoo has been built on the garden of the Bhonsle and Maratha and a popular attractions in Nagpur.
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary has the most beautiful forest in Maharashtra and home to more than 166 bird species,wild animals, insects and ant species. Nagzira is least known wildlife sanctuary in India and home of many endangered species including black panther,sloth bear and wild dog, Tigers and Leopard.
Tadoba Andhari Tiger national park is oldest and largest national park in Maharashtra and one of the must visit Tiger Reserve in India. Tadoba Andhari Reserve is famous for large number of Tiger population,There are 88 tigers in Tadoba along with other keystone species such as marsh crocodile,Indian leopards, sloth bears, Gaur and honey badger.