This district is named after the city of Nagpur. Nagpur is located in northeastern part of Maharashtra State, and is almost at the geographical center of India. The zero milestone of India is in this city. Bakht Buland, a Gond Raja (king), founded Nagpur in the early eighteenth century; it became the capital of the Bhonsles of the Maratha confederacy. In 1817 it came under British influence, in 1853 it lapsed into British control, and in 1861 became the capital of the Central Provinces. Nagpur was the capital of Madhya Pradesh State till 1956 before it became a part of Maharashtra State.
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Full fledged production unit manufacturing pumps for industrial, domestic and agriculture sector - including dewatering and effluent pumps. Wadi.
Welcome to Nagpur District
Information on the district, including maps, tourism, citizen services, industries, and agriculture.
Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering
Details of the engineering college, situated 12km from Nagpur city.
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