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The "City of Oranges", Nagpur is the second most important city in Maharastra after Mumbai. Known for its historic past and rich culture, the city houses several ornate temples, serene parks, verdant forests and picturesque lakes.
The political home to RSS, Nagpur is often associated with Hindu values and history. It is also believed that the people of Nagpur descended from the Nag dynasty and thus have Buddhist influences on their lifestyle, evident in the Dhamma Chakra Stupa, which was created by Dr. Ambedkar to invite Dalits to convert to Buddhism. Taking its name from the River Nag, on whose banks the city is settled, it is known for its orange orchards. Cotton plantations are also in plenty here, which allow Nagpur to produce some very fine cotton. Marathi cuisine is available in plenty, adding a typically local flavour to one's holiday. Visit the several decorative temples and shrines and the tranquil beauty of nature in the Ambazari Lake, for a truly epiphanic experience.
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"Mango City."
reviewed on Jun 25 2014
Known for its notable past and rich society, the city houses a few luxurious sanctuaries, tranquil parks, verdant backwoods and beautiful lakes. The political home to RSS, Nagpur is regularly connected with Hindu qualities and history. It is additionally accepted that the populace of Nagpur slid from the Nag tradition and subsequently have Buddhist impacts on their lifestyle, clear in the Dhamma Chakra Stupa, which was made by Dr. Ambedkar to welcome Dalits to change over to Buddhism. Cotton ranches are likewise in bounty here, which permit Nagpur to deliver some fine cotton. Marathi food is accessible in bounty, adding a regularly nearby flavor to one's vacation. Visit the few enriching sanctuaries and sanctums and the peaceful magnificence of nature in the Ambazari Lake, for a positively epiphanic experience. City with great base. Excessively hot in summers. Do visit spots like ambazari arrangement and lake ,Futaya talav ,Tekdivarcha ganpati, different shopping centers . Dont neglect to consume Samosa kachori visit and santra barfi. Close by spots to visit Ramtek and Tadoba tiger haven.
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