Nagpur is one of the most beautiful travel destinations in Maharashtra. It is also the third largest city in the state of Maharashtra. It is the major centre of commercial as well as political activity of the Vidharbha region of the state of Maharashtra. You should not forget to pay your visit to this beautiful city once in your life. In this article, we have compiled a list of the best tourist places in Nagpur for your trip.
5 Best Tourist Places in Nagpur for Tourism
1. Ambazari Lake
Ambazari Lake is a beautiful lake situated in the city of Nagpur. It is one of the most popular tourist places in Nagpur to enjoy the beauty of the nature. It is the largest lake in the city of Nagpur. The lake was used to supply water to Nagpur for over 30 years.
2. Raman Science Centre
Raman Science Centre is one of the most popular tourist places in Nagpur. 307,074 people visited this science centre in 2007 year alone. It was established in 1992 to promote science and technology in the region. The science centre is named after famous Indian scientist C V Raman.
3. Maharajbagh Zoo
Maharajbagh Zoo is located in the heart of the city and one of the largest zoos in the state of Maharashtra. The zoo is located in Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth. The zoo comes under the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) of India.
4. Lonar Lake
Lonar Lake is one of the most popular and beautiful tourist places in Nagpur. It is the third largest natural salt-water lake in the world. Lonar Lake is also one of the most visited lakes in the state of Maharashtra. A dam is also built for the preservation of water.
Deekshabhoomi is one of the most historical places in the city of Nagpur. It is located in the heart of the city. The construction of Deekshabhoomi was started in 1978 and it was inaugurated on December 18, 2001. Sheo Dan Mal was the architect of the structure. Millions of pilgrims visit Deekshabhoomi every year, especially on Dhamma Chakra Pravartan Din (Mass Conversion Ceremony Day) and 14 October, the memorial day when Dr. Ambedkar converted to Buddhism here.
Article first published on May 27, 2015.