Posted by : Prashant April 20, 2012
Nagpur Tourist attraction: Nagpur, popularly known as the Orange City of India, is the winter capital of Maharashtra state. Geographically located in the center of India, Nagpur is home to several places of tourist attractions.
Dikshabhoomi Smarak: It is a prominent Buddhist monument located in Nagpur. It happens to be the largest Buddhist Stupa in the world. The place where this grand Stupa stands is popularly known as Dikshabhoomi. The place holds historic significance as it is the same place where Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar as a part of his social revolution converted himself and his lakhs of followers to Buddhism in the year 1956. To commemorate this historic incidence, a large Stupa has been built there. It serves to be a prominent place of religious and historic significance and is visited by large number of devotees and tourist alike.
Maharaj Bag: Enriched with beautiful nature, Maharaj Bag is fascinating garden frequented by a number of tourists in Nagpur. The garden was established by Bhosale rulers. It has now turned in to a beautiful botanical park. The park also houses a zoo where you can spot numerous specious of wild animals.