Commonly associated with its delectable juicy varieties of oranges, Nagpur is also the winter capital of Maharashtra. With temples, lush green gardens, lakes and connectivity with main cities along with the rich cultural heritage enchant its visitors.
Located at the geographical centre of India, Nagpur has plateaus, flat tablelands with rivers and streams flowing through it.
Nagpur, also known as the 'Orange city' of India because of the juiciest varieties of oranges found here. Deekshabhumi - the largest hollow Buddhist stupa in the world, Ambazari Lake, Futala Lake, Ramtek fort temple, Bohra Masjid and orange orchards are a must-visit in Nagpur.
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