Nagpur is one of the major industrial cities of Maharashtra. This district is famous for its orange productions. Many big and leading companies open their base in this city. Many businessmen come to this city everyday for this reason. As it is one of the major cities of Maharashtra, it is well connected by train, air and road with other parts of the Maharashtra state and India. Two flights are arrived and departed for Mumbai from Nagpur airport everyday.
After the first reorganisation of states, the city lost its capital status but according to the “Nagpur Pact” between political leaders it was made the second capital of Maharashtra. Nagpur is also called, “Tiger Capital of India ” as it connects many Tiger Reserves in India to the world.
Deeksha Bhoomi Nagpur is Buddhist center in India located in the State of Maharashtra. This is the place where Dr. B. R. Ambedkar along with five million people embraced Buddhism on 14 October, 1956. The day 14 October is celebrated as ‘Dhamma Chakra Pravartan Din’ (Mass Conversion Ceremony Day). Millions of people throughout India visit this place on this celebration day. The biggest Stupa in Asia is erected in the memory of the conversion ceremony at this place.
Dedicated to the respected Hindu deity, Shree Ganesh Mandir Tekdi represents a serene place for those who need to be alone and feel at ease, on a lone hill away from the noise. The walk to the site is relaxed and not hard, and after you get there, take some time to soak up the peaceful atmosphere of the shrine. It’s best that you visit in the late afternoon, after the heat, and enjoy the view of the sunset and greenery that will make you feel relaxed and calm.
Ramtek has got Historic temple of lord Rama. It is believed that Ramtek was the place where Rama, the Hindu god, rested while he was in exile. Legend has it that the aashram of great Hindu sage Agastya was situated close to Ramtek. While the sages performed religious rites, the demons used to disrupt their activities and slayed a great number of holy men. Lord Rama was distressed to hear about this, and took a vow to relieve the world from the demons.
In India, cup marks/cupules are the earliest known form of rock art reported from various Pre-historic rock art sites. However, their occurrences have been also noticed on the megalithic tombs at various sites. Occurrence of these cup marks on the megalithic structures in Nagpur was brought to lime light as early as in 1879 by Rivet Carnac
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