Nagpur District - Overview of District and talukas in Maharashtra State

Nagpur District - Overview of District and talukas in Maharashtra State: Nagpur district is one of the districts in Maharashtra and is in the Vidarbha region and a part of the Nagpur division. District administrative centre is Nagpur city, which is the second greenest city in India and is also called the Orange city. District boundaries are Bhandara district in the east, Wardha district in the southwest, Chandrapur district in the southeast, Amravati district in the northwest, Seoni district and Chhrindwara districts in the north. Geographically Nagpur district is the centre of India. The most important rivers that flow through the districts are Godavari, Kanhan, Wardha, Wainganga and Pench.

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Overview of Nagpur District

There are 14 tahsils in Nagpur district. As per the 2011 census, of Nagpur district population is 46,53,171 and the sex ratio is 948 females per 1000 males. The literacy rate is 89.52%. Out of the total district population, 68.30 per cent of people live in urban areas. Nagpur district is divided into Ramtek, Hingna, Savner, Umred, Muda, Kalameshwar, Bhiwapur, Katol, Parseoni, Kamthi, Nagpur rural, Kuhi, Nagpur and Narkhed divisions. There are 12 assembly seats – six in Nagpur Lok Sabha constituency are six in Ramtek Lok Sabha constituency. Nagpur district area is 9,892 square kilometres.

History of Nagpur District

The present Nagpur district was a part of Nagpur province in the year 1953. Later it became part of Central province in 1861. It again was merged into Central provinces and Berar in the year 1903. Nagpur district was created in the year 1950 and was a part of Madhya Pradesh. Nagpur was made the capital city of that state. In the reorganization of Indian states, in 1956, the district was made a part of Bombay state and in 1960, it became one of the districts of Maharashtra.

Tourist Places in Nagpur District

Nagpur district is well connected by National highways and other road routes. Railways connect the district with most major cities and towns in the country. Nagpur city has Sonegaon airport. Top tourist places that attract visitors include the Swaminarayan temple, Shree Ganesh mandir Tekdi, Nagpur Ramtek temple, Deeksha Bhoomi, Khindsi lake, and Adasa Ganpati temple, Raman science temple, Koradi temple etc. Pench tiger reserve, Umred Karhandla wildlife sanctuary, and Gorewada lake are for nature and animal lovers. The district is popular for its cuisine, lakes, parks, temples etc. The best time to visit the state is in winter. In this season the temperature is between 10 degrees and 15 degrees. Nagpur's climate is mostly dry and semi-humid. In winter the climate is very pleasant and is most suitable for sightseeing.

Talukas in Nagpur District of Maharashtra State

Nagpur District consists of 14 Talukas. We have mentioned the list in the below table:

 
Ramtek Umred Kalameshwar
Katol Kamthi Kuhi
Narkhed Nagpur Nagpur (Rural)
Parseoni Bhiwapur Mouda
Savner Hingna

Nagpur District - Overview of District and talukas

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