About Nagpur  
The most vital information about the city of Nagpur is the fact that it is the second capital of Maharashtra. The Nagpur city was established by a prince of the Gond tribe called Bhakt Buland in the first half of the 18th century.
Facts about Nagpur
The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is an important part of Nagpur administration. The total population of the city according to 2001 census report is 25 lakhs. The weather of Nagpur is not humid at all.

The city of Nagpur has a well-built infrastructure. The Nagpur infrastructure will be further enhanced with the establishment of two Information Technology parks in the city. It is well linked by all the major means of transport, that is, airways, roadways and railways. The transport communication of the city of Nagpur makes it easily accessible from the rest of the country. The Nagpur airport or the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport operates both domestic as well as international flights. The two important roads in the city are the National Highway number 6 and the National Highway number 7.

The railway station of Nagpur links up the city with many other major places of India. The Nagpur railway station is a railway junction situated on the railway lines of the south-eastern and the central parts of India.

Proximity ICAI Branch from airport is around 6 Kms and 3 Kms from railway station.
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Nagpur Aiport
Nagpur Airport is one of the most important means of transportation in the city. The airport of Nagpur is highly important for the people who frequently travel to and from Nagpur.Since Nagpur being the second capital city of Maharashtra is one of the most well known political and economic centers of the state of Maharashtra. A huge amount of people travel to Nagpur with some business purpose.Nagpur is situated at the central region of the country. Hence,the city has a lot of strategic and financial importance in the subcontinent of India.
Railway Station
To reach Nagpur by train, one can avail the railway station. Nagpur is one of the leading commercial centers in Maharashtra. As such, it has to cater to the needs of transport communication of a lot of people who visit this city for various reasons.The authorities of the railway station of Nagpur provide great facilities for the safety of the passengers at the railway station and the trains as well. The railway staffs are tremendously efficient at their work and ensure that the best of services are provided to the people who come down to nagpur.Nagpur is well connected with other important cities of the country including all the metropolitan cities of India.
Reach Nagpur by Road
Nagpur is one of the most important economic city not only in the state of Maharashtra, but also in the entire country of India. And therefore, Fine and smooth roads have been laid in the city to avail the needs of transportation within and around the city keeping the important central position of Nagpur in mind.The roadways form a generally preferred means of communication in the city of Nagpur, besides the airways and the railways of the city.
Nagpur History
According to the renowned historians,Nagpur was founded by Bakht Buland of the Gond kingdom of the Chinndwara district. The history of Nagpur says that Raghoji Bhonsle of Vidarbha established himself as the emperor of Chanda,Chattisgarh and Deogarh in 1743.

In 1755, Janoji became the sovereign of the territory, after his father Raghoji Bhonsle died. Thereafter in 1788, Janojis son, Mudhoji succeeded his father and conquered a part of the Narmada valley and Mandla under the territory of Nagpur. Subsequently, Mudhoji's son, Raghoji annexed the eastern Maharashtra and expanded the territory of Nagpur further.In 1803, Raghoji II allied with the Peshwas and assisted them in the 2nd Anglo-Maratha War. But the defeat in the 2nd Anglo-Maratha War forced Raghoji to surrender a part of his territory to British army.

Moreover, in 1816, after Raghoji's death, Madhoji executed Raghoji's son. Even though signing a treaty with the British army, Madhoji joined the Peshwas in the 3rd Anglo-Maratha War and was forced to surrender parts of his territory to the Britishers who took the charge of the entire territory of Nagpur after Raghoji III died in 1853.

The history says that in 1861 Nagpur became a part of the Central Provinces. And in 1867, the introduction of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway enhanced the prospects of commerce and trade in Nagpur. After the independence of India in 1947, Nagpur emerged as the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Finally, in 1960, Nagpur got included in the state of maharashtra and was declared as the second capital of Maharashtra.
Nagpur Administration
The administration of Nagpur is handled by the state government of Maharashtra. For the convenience,the state government has set up a municipal corporation in the city to look after the administration related with the commercial city of Nagpur.

The city of Nagpur is divided into 13 talukas and 1874 villages for the convenience of administration. There is 1 katak mandal, 10 nagar parishads, 778 gram panchayats and 13 panchayat samitis. The city has 121 police outposts and 59 police stations.The mayor of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) heads the corporation. The person who helps the mayor in the the administration of Nagpur are known as additional municipal commissioner and municipal commissioner.

The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) manages the important sections of administration at Nagpur.These sections include services related to the licenses of trade and the registration of the birth and death of the citizens.

The most appreciated aspect of Nagpur's administration is its transparency. The different kinds of problems of the citizens against the Nagpur administration are regularly noted down by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), inorder to further improve the facilities given to the citizens by ordering the authorities associated with the administrative work of the city.
Political Importance of Nagpur
One of the most important reason behind Nagpur's fame within Maharashtra and in India as well is its "Political Importance". The entire political community of Maharashtra moves to Nagpur every year for the Winter Session of the Legislative Assembly during the month of December,for two weeks..The Winter Session of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra fetches the attention of the entire political community towards Nagpur.

Moreover, Bombay High Court is situated in the city of Nagpur which enhances the political importance of Nagpur. The city of Nagpur is among the three cities that houses the branch of the Bombay High Court which extends its jurisdiction over the entire state of Maharashtra, as well as on Daman and Diu. Throughout the year,the Court which comprises of thirty two judges, tries more than three hundred thousand civil and criminal cases. The presence of the Bombay High Court in the city of Nagpur automatically adds to its political importance.

Nagpur is also the headquarters of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. It is a Hindu nationalist organization, which works towards preserving the Indian spiritual and moral traditions. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is one of the largest volunteer organizations that consists of approximately 1.3 million members. Due to the presence of this organization in Nagpur, political importance of Nagpur has increased greatly.

The presence of the Bombay High Court and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, as well as the Winter Session of the Legislative Assembly largely contributes towards the political importance of Nagpur.
Nagpur Weather
The weather of Nagpur is dry with negligible amount of humidity in the atmosphere because of the location of the city. It is situated at the central region of the part of India known as the peninsular region of the country. Therefore, the coastal region is situated far away from the city. The relative humidity is a mere 60 percent.

The main seasons in Nagpur are winter, summer and rainy season. The summers generally begins from the month of February and lasts till the month of May. The winter season is generally in the months of October, November, December and January. The monsoons spans between the months of June and September.

The summers are highly warm , while the winters are considerably cold. During summers the temperature of the city may go up to 45 degree Celsius. The weather in and around Nagpur is quite harsh at this time with almost no winds flowing across the city. In the winters, the average temperature is 15 degree Celsius. For a very few number of days the temperature falls down below 12 degree Celsius.The maximum temperature in Nagpur recorded till date is 47.8 degree Celsius whereas, the minimum temperature recorded is 3.9 degree Celsius.

The conditions of weather in Nagpur are the most pleasant during the months of November to January. And hence, it is the most ideal time of the year to visit Nagpur, which is a popular tourist destination in India.
Nagpur Population
Nagpur is a cosmopolitan city which consists of people of various religious faiths from different parts of India. A major portion of population comprises of the middle class people. But recently, a considerable amount of the affluent class has also been attracted towards the city of Nagpur. According to a report in 2006 on Nagpur demographics, it is the 114th largest city as well as 143rd largest urban area in the whole world.

According to the census report of 2001,the population of Nagpur is 2.5 million. It is recorded to be the third largest city of the state of Maharashtra.The total urban population of Nagpur is 2,129,500 with about a total of 410,000 households in the city. About 99.4% of the total Nagpur population is into non-agricultural activities.

As per the 2001 census report,around 25% of the total population of nagpur is Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Majority of the people of Nagpur speak in Marathi language which is the official language of the state of Maharashtra. A large amount of the population speaks hindi in nagpur. The literacy rate of the rural population is is 75.76% whereas that of the urban population is 88.75%.
Infrastructure of Nagpur
The infrastructure of Nagpur is collectively formed by the communication system, municipalities, government enterprises, industries, etc. The excellent infrastructure of Nagpur with its geographic location has made it one of the most favourable IT destinations in India.

Nagpur is a major railway junction having a tremendous network of railways that connects Nagpur with the different parts of India. The Nagpur Railway Station is the main railway station of Nagpur, whereas Itwari, Kalamna, Ajni, Khapri, Kamptee, etc. are the sub-stations joining the main railway station.

Other than the railways, the roadways also contribute greatly towards the Nagpur infrastructure. Nagpur possesses two major highways known as Howra-Dhule (Highway No.6) and Kanyakumari-Varanasi (Highway No.7). The Integrated Road Development Project of Nagpur is an endeavor of the Government to strengthen the infrastructure in Nagpur. Moreover, the Inland Container Depot at Nagpur is another program that enhances the infrastucture of Nagpur.

Nagpur airport is one of the busiest airports in India. In October 2005, the Nagpur aiport became an international airport and was renamed as Dr. Ambedkar International Airport.

India’s first Multi-modal International Cargo Hub, which is also known as MIHAN is possessed by Nagpur. MIHAN works for the economically backward Vidarbha area around Nagpur. Innumerable Multi-national companies are expected to set up their base in Nagpur which will be another impetus to the infrastructure of Nagpur.

The industries of Nagpur also enhances the infrastructure of Nagpur greatly. Some of these industries are :
Chemicals Cements Coal based Engineering
Electrical Electronics Food Processing Paper products
Wood based Pharmaceuticals Textile Ceramics, etc.
The 8 industrial estates of Nagpur are the foundation of the economy of Nagpur.