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Fast Fact

Temperature :
Summer: 43-23C
Winter: 29-09 C

Season :
Throughout the year

Clothing :
Cotton in summer and woollen in winter

Languages spoken :
Marathi, English and Hindi

STD Code:

Tourism Office:
Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC),
Sanskrutik Bachat Bhavan,
Nagpur. Tel: 0712 2533325,
Fax: 2560680;
CDO Hutments,
Madam Cama Road,
Mumbai. Tel:0712 22845678
Fax: 22852182
An enticing blend of the old and new, Nagpur is Maharashtra’s third largest city and one of the all-time favourite spots in the state. Once the seat of power of the Bhonsale rulers and the capital of the former Central Provinces, the city is the third largest of the state and the focal point of the Vidarbha region.
Also known as the Orange City of India as it is a major trade centre for oranges grown in the region, Nagpur is base for Navagaon National Park and Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve that lure wildlife enthusiasts to this eastern part of Maharashtra. The city is also used as a base for visiting Ramtek, a place associated with Lord Rama and famous Sanskrit poet Kalidasa.
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