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Places to Visit in Nagpur

There are quite a few Nagpur tourist attractions in the city of Maharashtra.
These places are quite popular among the tourists who come to visit this city of India.
Some of the major places of interest in the city are the Balaji Mandir, the Ambazari Lake, the Seminary Hill and the Maharaj Baug and Zoo etc.

  • The Balaji Mandir
    The Balaji Mandir is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Nagpur.
    The deity worshiped in this temple is Lord Balaji. It is situated on the Seminary Hills.
  • The Ambazari Lake
    Ambazari Lake and garden has been developed especially for children to help play games.
    The lake is often considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes of the city, located towards the western border.
    Covering an area of nearly 15.4 km and has a garden built around it. The garden has walking tracks for people to take morning walks there.
  • The Seminary Hill
    The Seminary Hill stands at a distance of about 6 kms to the west of the Nagpur old city. The tourists throng this hillock to get a spectacular view of the Nagpur city.
  • Deekshabhoomi
    The site where Dr. Ambedkar, one of the greatest freedom fighters of India’s independence struggle, got converted to Buddhism, Deekshabhoomi is where spiritual energy wraps you in its fold palpably.
  • Futala Lake
    Futala Lake is one of the best places to spend an evening in Nagpur. It’s a centuries old lake built by rulers of the erstwhile princely state of Nagpur. It is surrounded by lush green forests on 3 sides and the beautiful landscaped Chow patty on one side. You can view a beautiful sunset over the mountain across the lake.
  • Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium
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  • Musical Garden
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  • Telankhedi Shiv Temple
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  • Telankadi Lake
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  • Bohra Masjid
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  • Lake Garden Sakkardara
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  • Maharaj Bagh / Botanical Garden
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  • Shukrawari Lake
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  • Japanese Rose Garden
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  • Raman Science Centre
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  • Kasturchand Park
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  • Telankhedi Hanuman Temple
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  • Gandhi Bagh
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Tourist Destinations Near Nagpur

  • Pench National Park
    Located in the southern reaches of the Satpura hill ranges, this wildlife sanctuary is situated in an area that holds a significant place in the natural history of Central India. Pench National Park derives its name from Pench river, that flows through the reserve and divides it into two nearly equal parts. The area in which the reserve is situated is known for its rich flora and fauna and has appeared in many wildlife books dating back to 17th century.
  • Adasa
    Adasa is located at a distance of 45 km from Nagpur. This small village has a plethora of ancient and magnificent temples. There is also a Ganapati Temple here, which is worth to be visited. The idol of the Lord is a single stone, set up to facilitate easy worship for the devotees. This place is easily accessible from Nagpur with many buses are plying from Nagpur, Kamleshwar and Saoner
  • Khekranala
    Khekranala is situated at a distance of 55 km from Nagpur. There is a beautiful dam at this place. The location of the site is so greenery and peaceful, as it is in the range forest of Khapra. Dense foliage covers the water reservoir.
  • Pavnar
    Strategically located on the verge of the Dham River, Pavnar is of extreme historical importance. Its name derived from a Rajput ruler Pawan. It forms one of the most prehistoric colonies in the district. Gandhi Kuti and Paramdham Ashram of Vinobaji are the attractions of this place.
  • Nagardhan
    Nagardhan too has a fort, which is believed to be constructed by the Bhonsles. Gifted with an abundance of wild life, Nagzira has a wildlife sanctuary resting in natural domains that are a harmonious combination of lush greens and water bodies. Gaur, sambar and deer can be seen here.
  • Nawegaon Dam
    Nawegaon Dam is the most popular forest resort of Vidarbha. The resort provides different adventure sports. Kolu Patel Kohli built this dam at the start of the 18th century. A placed lake adorns the hub of the hill ranges. There are also watchtowers to catch the wildlife in action. There is a deer park near the dam as well called Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, along with three fascinating gardens and children’s park.
  • Dhapewada
    Dhapewada Lake is 8 km from Ramtek and 60 km from Nagpur. This place has a small temple of Vithoba lies peacefully on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River. It has a variety of water sports to offer as well. This place is known to be the Pandharpur of Vidarbha. Khindsey Lake is another beautiful water body set amidst the green stretch of the Ramtek hill. This place is an ideal picnic spot.
  • Markanda
    Markanda is a cluster of nearly 24 temples, which resembles the architecture of the Khajuraho temples. This small town is located on the left bank of Vainganga River, which is famous as a religious site. The place derives its name from Sage Markandeya.
  • Ramtek
    Ram temple, which is more than 600 years old and Jain Temple, which has some beautiful carvings and sculpture are the main attractions of Ramtek. Ramtek is at a distance of 50 km from Nagpur. Lord Rama, Sita and Laxman were believed to be visited this place. Kalidas composed Meghdoot in this place.