Nagpur famous for its Oranges
Nagpur, the winter capital of Maharashtra, and the largest and most important city in Vidarbha. We know that Nagpur famous for its Oranges. Here are some lesser known fats about the city.
1. Central India Spinning and Weaving Company Ltd., was the country’s first textile mill started by Tata group at Nagpur. It is popularly known as “Empress Mill” as it was inaugurated on 1 January 1877, the day queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India. He installed the first humidifiers and fire-sprinklers in India here.
[Source: Nagpur, The mills of change via @tatacompanies]
2. Nagpur is home to India’s only National Fire Service College.
3. Deekshabhoomi is the largest hollow stupa among all Buddhist stupas in the world.
4. The MRO facility constructed at Nagpur by Boeing is only the second such facility in the world, after Shanghai.
Famous for food
1. Tarri Poha at Ramji-Shyamji Pohewala, Sita Nagar
If you are planning to Visit in Nagpur then make your stomach ready for Pohe’s at the Breakfast. This puffed rice, mixed with onions, tomatoes, potatoes, sev and peanuts makes the taste of it to another level. Ramji-Shyamji Pohewala is one of the finest places to try the Poha’s. Poha’s are available in Nagpur just as Vada Pav in Mumbai. If you are visiting for the first time to the Nagpur, then you will become fan of amazing Poha’s.
2. Samosas at Samosawala, Vayusena Nagar
Nagpur is quite famous for its Samosas and if you miss that then your trip would remain unsuccessful. If you want to eat the finest Samosas in the city then Samosawala at Vayusena Nagar is the best option to have. They have the crunchiest and very well stuffed Samosas which surely give you Mouth-watering taste. Must try the delicious Samosas of Nagpur!
3. Pani Puri at Bombay Chaat Centre, Pratap Nagar
Going to Nagpur? Get ready to eat the yummiest Pani Puri in the city. You will get one of the finest Pani Puri’s in Nagpur at cheap prices. Bombay Chaat Centre is the best place to try the Pani Puri’s. Even they are good in other items like Sevpuri and Pav Bhaji. If you are planning to visit to Nagpur then must try the Pani Puri’s at least as you will get Pani Puri’s like Nagpur anywhere else!
4. Biryani at Babbu’s Biryani Centre, Sadar Lines
It’s the most special food item of Nagpur and you just can’t miss this one!!! In Nagpur, you will get country’s best Biryani and which is only here. The Biryani of Babbu Biryani’s Centre is the most delicious Biryani you will eat ever. If you ever come to Nagpur, must try the Biryani as its very essential food of Nagpur. To all the Foodies, all must try the Biryani of Nagpur and you will become FAN of it!
5. Jalebi at Haryana Special Jalebi, Dobi Nagar
After trying all the spicy food of Nagpur it’s the time to have the dessert and nothing is better than Jalebi!!! You will get best Jalebi’s of Nagpur at Haryana Special Jalebi. They have affordable price and best part is that they serve you the hottest Jalebi’s. You just can’t miss this Jalebi’s. If you are planning to visit to Nagpur, then you must try the Delicious and Mouth-watering Jalebi’s!
Jyoti Amge was born on December 16, 1993 in Nagpur, India. She is an actress, known for American Horror Story (2011), American Horror Story FreakShow: Extra-Ordinary-Artists (2014) and Entertainment Tonight (1981).
She is 6.2 cm shorter than the former world’s Shortest woman, 22-year old American Bridgette Jordan who stands at 69cm (2 ft 3 in). But despite her tiny stature, Jyoti is not the shortest woman in history. This title continues to be held by Pauline Musters (Netherlands, 1876-1895) who measured just 61cm (24in).
Rajkumar Hirani was born on November 20, 1962 in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. He is a writer and editor, known for Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), 3 Idiots (2009) and Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003).
Funny satirical way of narrating the stories on the education system or the system in general with a subtle message encouraging idealism and humanism.
The 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra is born and bred in Nagpur. A political maverick, Fadnavis made a mark for himself at an early age by becoming the youngest municipal corporator of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation at 21! Let’s hope he is as successful as Chief Minister as he was a corporator and mayor.
Born in Nagpur, Jamnalal Bajaj is the legend we all must thank for the ‘Bajaj group of industries’. He learnt the tricks of the trade with his relatives and later worked alongside Mahatma Gandhi in the quest for India’s freedom