Nagpur is famous for oranges and is sometimes known as the Orange City for being a major trade center of oranges cultivated in large part of the region. In nagpur Poha is a popular dish. poha is called by a different name, they call it Tarri Poha. Prepared using rice flakes, onions, tomatoes and served with Tarri, this dish is delicious and healthy.
1. Zilpi Lake.
If you are looking for a day out from the rising heat and monotonous daily routine in Nagpur city, Zilpi Lake is an excellent idea. Located near Mohagaon village. Information about Zilpi Dam Irrigation Project.
Official Designation of Zilpi Dam Irrigation Project is ” Zilpi Dam, D – 04419 “. However the local and popular name is ” Zilpi Lake / Zilpi Talav “. Zilpi Dam was constructed as part of irrigation projects by the Government of Maharashtra in the year 1974 It is built on Local nallah . The nearest city to the dam is Hingna in Nagpur District of Maharashtra. The dam is an Earth fill Dam . The Length of the dam is 409 m ( 11341.86 ft ), while the height of the dam above the lowest foundation is 18.85 m ( 62.1719 feet )
2. Sonegaon Lake.
Sonegaon lake is a neat & clean place in lush green surroundings. Two beautiful small temples of Lord Ganesh and Hanuman are situated on the bank of this lake. Residents in the vicinity come here for a morning /evening walk to enjoy nice weather and cool surroundings.
Adasa (Marathi: आदासा) is a village in the Saoner taluka of Nagpur district in Maharashtra. It is located at a distance of 43 km from Nagpur. Adasa is famous for its magnificent temples. The most popular among these is the Adasa Ganesh Temple, one of the eight ashtavinayaks in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region, dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The village of Adasa is also home to the Lord Mahadev Temple.
5. Ramtake forte temple.
An ancient temple looks like a fortress. There is a beautiful lake near this temple. You can go there by boat, or you can go to the Jain Temple in the town.
Ramtek hosts the historic temple of Rama. It is believed that Ramtek was the place where Rama, the Hindu god, rested while he was in exile.
6. khindsi lake Ramtake.
Vastly famous around Nagpur and quite unknown to the outside world lies the biggest boating center of India in the valley of picturesque Khindsi lake Beautiful lake near Ramtek Temple.
Khindsi lake, Ramtek, about 55-60 km from Nagpur is a Gorgeous Place. A true scenic beauty. An entry fee of Rs.25..but completely worth it.
7. Shri Ganesh Mandir Tekri.
Shree Ganesh Mandir Tekdi in Sitabuldi, Nagpur is one of the top Tourist Attractions in Sitabuldi, Nagpur.
Shree Ganesh Tekdi temple in Nagpur is within walking distance from the station. It is one of the oldest and best Ganesh Tekdi Mandir. It is 250 years old.
8. Koradi Temple.
It’s a beautiful Mahalakshmi Jagdama Devi Temple, located on the banks of Koradi lake about 10-15 km from Nagpur City Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Mata Mandir popularly known as Koradi Devi Temple The Mahalaxmi Temple in Koradi is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of Goddess Sati.
9. Ram Dham.
Ram Dham is a unique to itself cultural theme park constructed on Jabalpur road in Nagpur. On your way to pench from Nagpur, Ram Dham is a spiritual and cultural amusement park nearby which indeed is a delightful place to visit.
10. Ambazari Lake.
Ambazari lake is situated near the western border of Nagpur. It is one of the 11 lakes in Nagpur. It is the largest and the most beautiful lake in the city. Nagpur is known for its pristine lakes and one of them is the beautiful Ambazari Lake.