Often referred to as the most peaceful place, Deeksha Bhoomi is likely to be on the top of your “places to visit in Nagpur” list. Relatively a new one - built in the year 2001, Deeksha Bhoomi is a monument with huge whitewashed dome and is the largest stupa in Asia.It was erected in the memory of Dr. Ambedkar and his event of embracing Buddhism; wherein with him, 60000 others had also converted to Buddhism. The bronze statue of Buddha here, along with the sacred tree has made Deeksha Bhoomi one of the famous tourist places in Nagpur.Location: Ambazari Road.Timings: All day.Entry fee: None.
Home to “Jai” - one of the largest tigers and the only male in the entire sanctuary, Umred Karhandla has become a hub for tourists; especially for nature lovers and photographers. It is a good option for a one day trip.Other than tigers, animals like Gaur, wild dogs and other rarely found animals like pangolins and flying squirrels are often spotted here which has led to an increase in the numbers of tourists visiting the sanctuary.Location: The sanctuary is located about 58 kilometers to Nagpur in Nawegaon.Timings: 6 AM to 8 AM & 2:30 PM to 4:30 PMEntry fee: INR 250 onwards.
As aforesaid, Nagpur is the land of many lakes - 11 to be precise, and Ambazari Lake is one of the most famous tourist places to visit in Nagpur, mainly because it is the largest one in the city. Its mere beauty and size call out for some peaceful time in the lap of nature.Adjacent to the lake, the garden spread across 25 acres of land is like the cherry on top. Here, together there is plenty of flora and fauna that you would not want to miss if you are a nature lover.Location: Ambazari.Timings: 10 AM to 6:30 PMEntry fee: INR 10
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