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Deekshabhoomi: is famous throughout India as the site where Dr. B. R. Ambedkar embraced Buddhism to promote his efforts to overcome discrimination against lower-caste and untouchable Hindus, and is also the largest hollow stupa in the world. [17] Dalits and Buddhists from all over the country converge to Deekshabhoomi every year on Ashoka Dashmi.
   
The Sitabuldi fort: situated near Kasturchand Park was the site of a fierce battle between the British and the Bhonsle Empire in 1817. The battle was a turning point as it laid the foundations of the downfall of the Bhonsles and paved the way for the British acquisition of Nagpur city.[18]
   
TATA, one of the most respected industrial houses in India, started the country's first textile mill at Nagpur, formally known as Central India Spinning and Weaving Company Ltd. The company was popularly known as "Empress Mills" as it was inaugurated on 1st January 1877, the day queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India.
   
The Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (VCA) in Nagpur is one of the nine test venues in the country. A new stadium of VCA is coming up on Wardha road which boasts a seating capacity of 80,000 people.

Nagpur boasts many restaurants specializing in Indian as well as international cuisine. Liberty and Smruti are the two most popular movie theatres, screening all major Bollywood releases. The city is now enjoying three multi-screen theatre (multiplex) at Wardhaman Nagar, Sitabuldi & Indora. Three other multiplex theatres are coming up in the city.
   
The city also contains a number of lakes that are popular recreation spots- Ambazari, Telangkhedi (which underwent major renovation recently), Gandhisagar, Gorewada, and Sonegaon to name a few. With its scenic gardens and recreation facilities, the Ambazari Lake has historically been one of the most popular spots in Nagpur, a status that it retains to this day. Another popular spot is the Maharajbag Zoo, originally a garden developed by the Bhonsle rulers.[20] The Zoo contains several rare species of birds and animals. Pench forest reserve, which is the setting for Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, is 45 miles to the north of Nagpur

Nagpur - Major Localities
  1. The Civil Lines contains most of the government offices and residences in Nagpur including the Bombay High Court bench and the Vidhan Bhavan. The area is noted for its greenery and cleanliness .
  2. Sitabuldi is the main commercial part of the city. It contains numerous shops of all sizes and the largest wholesale vegetable market in Nagpur. Sitabuldi Main Road is one of the main shopping streets in the area. Also located in Sitabuldi is the Sitabuldi Fort. It is situated on an elevated area. Being under the control of the Indian Army, the fort is only open to the public on two occasions every year -- August 15 (Independence Day) and January 26 (Republic Day). The longest flyover in Nagpur has its origin in Sitabuldi and terminates at Lokmat Square, approximately 1.5 kilometer away.
  3. Dharampeth is noted for a variety of up-scale shops, restaurants, and a retail vegetable market.
  4. Ramdaspeth contains numerous up-scale shops, public and private offices, and malls.
  5. Itwari is the wholesale business center of Nagpur.
  6. Mahal is the old part of Nagpur, and is noted for its relatively narrow streets and crowded residential quarters.
  7. Kalamna is the one of the largest wholesale market most likely oranges and grain market in Asia.
  8. Buttibori is the five star industrial zone, Located at Wardha Road.

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