Nagpur, also called the 'Orange City' is one of the cleanest, greenest and least crowded metropolitan cities in India. It is the second capital of Maharashtra state. Right in the center of India, this growing cosmopolitan boasts of a healthy population of 2.1 million.
Orange orchards surround the outskirts of the city, and it houses the biggest market of quality oranges. There are several good getaways and tiger reserves around Nagpur like Khekranala, Adasa, Tadoba, Pench, Ramtek, Nagzira, Chikaldara, etc.
Notable locations of interest in the city include the following. "Deekshabhoomi" is a large stupa or dome, with religious significance to the local Buddhists. On Dussehra festival, millions of people from all around Nagpur visit this place. Shri Sai Baba temple on Wardha road. Dragon temple near Nagpur. Ram temple located on a hill in Ramtek. Ambazhari and Telankhedi lakes inside the city limits, each with its own gardens. Government buildings such as High Court and "Vidhan Sabha". The Seminary Hills in Nagpur has a beautiful walking track of about 5 kms that cuts through the hills. It's a boon to Nagpur, which is well utilized by Nagpurians. The Reserve Bank of India in Nagpur holds India's Gold reserves. All environment clearance projects in India have to take clearance from NEERI in Nagpur
Well connected by air, rail and road to all major Indian cities. Best avoided in summers, since temperatures regularly cross 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The city sees relatively mild winters, and plenty of rainfall during the monsoon season.