Nagpur is the third largest city in the western Indian state of Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune. The city is one of the major industrial cities of Maharashtra. Nagpur is important geographically as it lies practically at the centre of India with the country's geographical centre (Zero Mile) being situated here. Nagpur is well-known throughout India as a trade centre for high-quality oranges grown in the surrounding region and hence the city is also known as Santra Nagari.
In Nagpur, cool environment of Gavilgad Fort, which is 200-300 years old, attracts visitors. Lonar Lake is the third largest natural salt-water lake in the world. Marbat and Ramjanam rath yatra are the local festivals, which are enjoyed by the millions every month. Visiting the city during this time is really enjoying. Tourists can also organized excursions for Adasa, Khekranala, Ramtek, Pavnar, Markanda, Dhapewada, Nagardhan and Nawegaon Dam.
Nagpur is connected with domestic flights with the cities of Mumbai, Calcutta, Delhi Hyderabad, Pune, Bhubaneswar and Raipur. Sonegaon airport in Nagpur is nearly 8 km south of the city. Two flights arrived Nagpur daily from Mumbai.RAIL
Electrified broad gauge railway track connects Nagpur to all four major cities and villages of India. Nagpur railway station is an important rail junction on the Central and Southeastern lines.ROAD
This city is well connected by road with major cities and villages in and out the state of Maharashtra. Bombay Calcutta NH-6 and Kanyakumari Varanasi NH-7 pass through the city.