Nagpur is a city of Maharashtra, India. It is also known as the winter capital of the state. The city gets it to name from the river Naag which is present in the city. Nagpur is also called the “Orange City of India” and the “Tiger Capital of India” due to the fact that is a major cultivator and trader of oranges and also is a habitat to a large number of Tiger reserves. With a population of 2,405,665, this city is also the 13th most populated city in India. Marathi is the local language and is widely spoken here. Nagpur also boasts its tourism which attracts a large number of people in the city. The much-acclaimed ones are Tiger Reserves (Pench Tiger Reserve), Zoos (Gorewada Zoo, Maharajbagh Zoo), Lakes (Khindsi Lake, Ambazari Lake, Gorewada Lake), Places of Worship (Deekshabhoomi, Dragon Palace, Ramtek Fort Temple), Museums (Raman Science Centre, Nagpur Central Museum), Gardens & Parks (Japanese Garden, Children’s Traffic Park, Ambazari Garden).
Flying to Nagpur: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is the main airport of the city. It provides domestic flights from Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai and international flights from Doha and Sharjah.
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