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Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is the oldest and largest national park in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located 90 miles away from Nagpur and ranks among one of the India’s 50 ‘Project Tiger’ tiger reserves. This forest reserve derives its name from a former village chief, named Tadoba (who also has a shrine here) and the river Andhari that runs through the forest. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is focally known for nearly 150 tigers that live in and around the reserve. This reserve is also a closed bracket of a wide range of flora and fauna like Indian star tortoise, Indian cobra and Russel's viper and 195 species of birds.
Established in 1862, the Central Museum at Nagpur is home to a vast collection of memorabilia across several domains like archaeological, historical, geological and artistic. Visitors are often wowed with its vivid and comprehensive collection of fossils, prehistoric metal tools, pottery, coins, inscriptions, architectural pieces, genuine manuscripts, paintings, ancient sculptures and ‘sati’ memorials. The displays are segregated in 11 theme-based galleries. A stellar highlight here is the lineup of some galleries dedicated to natural history.
Deekshabhoomi is pilgrimage and sacred monument of Buddhism located in Nagpur. It is a double-storied hollow, hemispherical structure that closely resembles the famous stupa of Sanchi. Deekshabhoomi’s stupa is also the largest hollow stupa among all Buddhist stupas in the world. It is best known as the site where the Father of Indian Constitution, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar embraced Buddhism with approximately 600000 followers on 14 October 1956. This event later catalyzed caste-based structure in India and was hailed as a token of social freedom and equality by the masses.
Zero Mile Stone
Hallmarked by four horses and a sandstone pillar, the Zero Mile Stone in Nagpur marks the geographical centre of colonial India. It was erected by the British as a reference point to measure respective distances to other major Indian cities. Zero Mile Stone was one of the conclusions of the Great Trigonometric Survey that spanned a larger part of 19th century and had established Nagpur as a centre of India. Consequently, this point was identified as the Zero Mile Stone.