Orange City, Nagpur carries many crowns. It is the winter capital of our country, the third largest city of Maharashtra, the geographical center of India and one of the best green cities. The area in and around Nagpur is very green and picturesque and is home to many parks and nature reserves. Some of the best places to visit in Nagpur are:
Hill of the seminary:
Named after St. Charles Seminary, Seminary Hill is six miles from the city center. The hill of the foot has a Japanese garden and the upper hill, the Botanical Garden Satpura. The hike on the hill is nice with spectacular views of the city.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Balaji on Seminary Hill. The temple also has a deity of Lord Karthikeya. Many believers climb Seminary Hill.
Japanese rose garden:
Located at the foot of Seminary Hill, the Japanese Garden is a feast for sore eyes. The roses planted here in a riot of color between tall green trees and thick bushes seen everywhere. The iron structures of the rose garden are decorated in an impressive Japanese style.
In the city center, the Maharajbagh zoo is a great attraction for nature and nature lovers. With a botanical garden and herbs, the zoo offers a pleasant and natural atmosphere. It also has some rare animals that can not be found in any other part of our country. A playground for children makes it a complete family vacation destination.
Fort Sitabuldi in Nagpur was built on two hills by the British. It has a hollow and a memorial for the soldiers who died in the war between the Marathas and the British. The fort is now the Territorial Army and open to the public on holidays.
Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir:
The temple is located on Central Avenue Road in Nagpur and is dedicated to Lord Rama and Lord Shiva. He also has deities of Sita and Lakshmana. Built by Sri Jamnadhar Poddar, the temple is very impressive with marble and sandstone sculptures. The temple comes to life with the ShobhaYatra during Ramnavami.
Lake Fatula covers 60 acres and is a huge attraction in Nagpur. It is popular for colorful fountains, illuminated halogen lamps and Tangafalten. Chowpatty, with restaurants serving delicious chatroom, is famous in Chowpatty, Mumbai.