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Nagpur is a district of Maharashtra state, India, located in the Vidarbha area. Nagpur is the district's administrative centre. Nagpur Division includes the district. Bhandara district on the east, Chandrapur district on the west, Wardha district on the southwest, Amravati district on the northwest, and Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara district on the north define Nagpur district.
The princely state of Nagpur was conquered by the British in 1853, following the death of Raghoji III, and the land inhabited by the modern district became part of Nagpur Province. Nagpur district was amalgamated with the Central Provinces in 1861, and Nagpur division became one of its divisions. It was annexed by the Central Provinces and Berar in 1903.
Nagpur district was annexed to the newly constituted Madhya Pradesh state in 1950, and Nagpur was designated as its capital. Nagpur district was included into Bombay state during the reorganisation of states in 1956. It became a Maharashtra district on May 1, 1960.

About Nagpur
Nagpur, the winter capital of Maharashtra, with a population of 46,53,570 people. It has also lately been named India's cleanest city and second greenest city. Nagpur is the seat of the annual winter session of Maharashtra's state assembly, the "Vidhan Sabha," as well as a major commercial and political centre in Maharashtra's Vidarbha region.
Nagpur is also known as "Orange City" throughout the country since it is a major commercial centre for oranges grown in the area. Nagpur was founded in the early half of the 18th century by Bhakt Buland, a ruler of the Gond tribe. Nagpur is located exactly in the middle of India, with the “Zero Mile Marker” highlighting the country's geographic centre. It is divided into 14 Talukas and 12 Assembly Segments.

Nagpur, Maharashtra's winter capital, is a fast-growing metropolis and the state's third-largest city after Mumbai and Pune. Nagpur Metropolitan Area is India's 13th largest urban conglomeration, with a population of 46,53,570 (2011). It has also just been named as India's cleanest city and second greenest city.
Nagpur is a significant commercial and political centre of Maharashtra's Vidarbha region, as well as a major trade centre for oranges grown in the region. It is also known throughout the country as "Orange City" for being a major trading centre for oranges grown in the region. Furthermore, the city's political prominence stems from its location.

Geography & climate
In Nagpur district, there are both natural and man-made ponds. The largest lake in the area is Ambajari. Gorewada and Telangkhedi lakes are two other natural ponds. The talukas of Sonegaon and Gandhisagar are man-made, having been established by the city's previous rulers. Natural waterways for transporting sewage to the city include the Nag River, Pili River, and some nalla. Nagpur is noted for its greenery. After Chhattisgarh, Nagpur has been named India's second greenest and cleanest city. Nagpur is a city with a lot of natural resources. Soyabean, jowar, and mineral richness are abundant in the district, in addition to agriculture.

Nagpur, located in the centre of the Bay of Bengal and the Indian diaspora that flows away from the Arabian Sea, is experiencing both wet and dry weather. The city experiences dry weather for the majority of the year. Nagpur receives 1205 mm of rain during the monsoon season, which runs from June to September.

Tourist place
Ramtek Fort, Nagardhan Fort, Sitabuldi Fort, Amner Fort, Bhivagad, Gadhi, Maratha , Mud,Adasa	Shukrawari,Waki Woods,Pench National Park,Khindsi Lake, Mogarkasa Lake, Telankhedi Garden, Futala Lake, Ambazari Lake, Maharaj Baug, Gandhi Sagar Lake, Japanese Garden, Zero Mile Stone, Sakkardara Lake.

How to Reach:
By Air:
There are regular flights from other major cities of the country to Nagpur.
Airport(s): Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (Nagpur).

By Train:
Nagpur is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains.
By Railway Station(s): Itwari (ITR), Nagpur Junction (NGP), Tharsa (TAR), Ajni (AJNI), Kalamna (KAV),Khat (KHAT), Malegaon Vyenku (MGVK).
For Railway Enquiry dial 139.

By Bus:
You can easily get regular buses to Nagpur from other major cities of the country.
Bus Station(s): Nagpur

Nagpur is the seat of the annual winter session of the Maharashtra state assembly. It is a major commercial and political center of the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. In addition, the city derives unique importance from being an important location for the Dalit Buddhist movement and the headquarters for the Hindu nationalist organization RSS. Nagpur is also known for the Deekshabhoomi, which is graded an A-class tourism and pilgrimage site, the largest hollow stupa among all the Buddhist stupas in the world. The regional branch of Bombay High Court is also situated within the city.