आमचे नागपूर !!

Now that you are somewhat familiar with the Word ‘Nagpurified’, how about some easy and FYI talk about the Emotion from where this all Comes…


  • Popularly known as the City of Oranges,
  • The Tiger Capital of India and I wish everyone knows this across the World,
  • The Winter Capital of Maharashtra
  • The Zero Mile of India
  • 13th Largest City in India by Population.


And just as Captain America says, I can do this all day long…

Hmm, so Nagpur’s existence can be traced back to the 8th Century BCE via Mehir Burial Sites at the Drugdhamna (near the Mhada colony) that indicate the megalithic culture existed around Nagpur and is still followed.

The first reference to the name “Nagpur” is found in a 10th-century copper-plate inscription discovered at Devali in the neighboring Wardha district.

The inscription is a record of a grant of a village situated in the Visaya (district) of Nagpura-Nandivardhana during the time of the Rastrakuta king Krsna III in the Saka year 862 (940 CE).

Experts Say, One of the earlier names of Nagpur was even “Fanindrapura”. It derives its origin from the Marathi word Fana (meaning hood of a cobra). Another reason for the Nomen Clature is the Nag River, a Tributary of Kanhan, that flows throughout the entire City!

Okay, really fast forwarding the History a bit with this easy timeline

Timeline Photo

And yeah, as history says, the founder of the city is Bakht Buland Shah, a prince of the kingdom of Deogarh-Nagpur

How to Reach Nagpur

Places to Visit

Okay, the purpose of starting this page was to announce to one and all, that we do have places to visit in and around the City and yes, there’s a lot to Cover:

The Center Point of India

Home to the World’s Largest Musical Floating Fountain

 A Walk into Nagpur’s Historical Era

17th Century Royal History Recaptured

Let’s Work

Have a Story or an Idea that our City deserves to Know? This is the right place. Let’s meet over a Coffee!