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Adasa
This small village in nagpur district has both histroicals and spiritual significance. One of its chief attration is the ganpati temple. Which houses a monolithic stone statue of the deity.

Adjacent to This small village in nagpur district has both histroicals and spiritual significance. One of its chief attration is the ganpati temple. Which houses a monolithic stone statue of the deity. Adjacent to the village is a hill on whose summit sites the temple of lord mahadeo with its three swayambhoo lingas, which are belived to have emerged from the soil.
Bhadravati
Bhadravati is a city and a municipal council in Chandrapur district in the state of Maharashtra, India.

130 km from Nagpur on Nagpur Chandrapur road, A major pilgrimage centre with beautiful Jain temple and also a Ganesh temple. One of the ashta-Vinayaks of Vidarbha is located.

Also there are 2000 years old Budhist caves. It is located at Vinjasan village. These caves has hosted International Budha Dhamma conventions. Several leaders and Monks of Budha Dhamma from all over the world represent at the convention.

Bhadravati has a population of 56,679. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Bhadravati has an average literacy rate of 79%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with male literacy of 84% and female literacy of 73%. 10% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Melghat Tiger Reserve
Melghat means meeting of the ghats which is just what the area is, a large tract of unending hills and ravines scarred by jagged cliffs and steep climbs. The exquisite hill forests, thick undergrowth and moss-covered trees underscore its virgin confines. It lies at the northern extreme of the Amravati District on the border of Madhya Pradesh, in the southwestern Satpura mountain ranges. If its tigers were not so famous, Melghat might best be known as a raptor or eagle sanctuary! It is, in any event, a birdwatchers dream come true. Remember too, that though you may not easily see them, this forest is part of one of Indias most vital tiger breeding habitats. As a whole Melghat encompasses an area of 1,676.93 sq. km. which includes the 788.75 sq. km. Melghat Sanctuary and the 361.28 sq. km. Gugarnal National Park in the Vidharba region of Maharashtra. The rest of the buffer zone includes 526.90 sq. km. of reserve forest. Located in the catchment area of the River Tapti, Melghat, a water harvesting forest, supplies 30 per cent of all the fresh water available to the people living in the vicinity.
Chikhaldara
In the epic Maharashtra, Bheema killed the evil Kichaka after a hercullean bout and threw him into the vally. Hence the name Chikhaldara or chikhalda from kichak Dara, the vally of kichak. Situated in the satpuras at a hight of 118m. Chikhaldara is a green and unspoit hill station. With gently wooded slopes, rippling streams and an invigorating cool. The interesting excursions from here are, Gavilgarh fort, Namala fort, Shakkar lake where you can go on a pleasant boat ride. Bhimkund where Bheema washed his hands after slaying kichak, Shiva Shrine, the Vana Udyan a botanical garden, the tribal museum. Of all the beautiful things that make up Chikhaldara, the tribes take pride of place
Krazy Castle
KRAZY CASTLE AQUA PARK RESTAURANT are served Indian, Special vegetarian & Fast food etc. Haldirams launched a very attractive new venture water -cum -amusement park with restaurant in the heart of city. Special feature of water games & slides for children. It is open from 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. and it is Centrally Airconditioned Restaurant. All major credit cards accepted. A beautiful water park having various water slides rides for yongsters & children.
Fun Food Village
Fun Food Village, Bazargaon off Amravti Road This is the latest addition to the list of Holiday resorts of Nagpur which is setup 30 Km. away on Nagpur Amravati National Highway of Bazargaon. The resort setup in an sprawling area of 300 acres. The amusement park has international level facilities like Polo trapper, Tora-Tora, roll N' Roll, Dragon ride, Disco-Disci and various other interesting facilities where families can enjoy. Fun Food Village, Bazargaon off Amravti Road This is the latest addition to the list of Holiday resorts of Nagpur which is setup 30 Km. away on Nagpur Amravati National Highway of Bazargaon. The resort setup in an sprawling area of 300 acres. The amusement park has international level facilities like Polo trapper, Tora-Tora, roll N' Roll, Dragon ride, Disco-Disci and various other interesting facilities where families can enjoy. The village has also setup a beautiful water park having india's largest water slides and wave pool. Good catering facilities and restaurants are available, however the families are also allowed to carry their pack lunch. A 500 bed dormitory is also started.
Penchsillari
The Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve extends over an area of 257 sq.km. in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura hill ranges, along the northern boundary of Nagpur District. It was declared a National Park by the Government of Maharashtra in 1975 and received the official status of "Tiger Reserve of India" in February 1999.

The park gets its name from the Pench River, which meanders through it like a mammoth python, dividing it down the center. Rich in its biodiversity, its terrain defined by hills, valleys and the occasional precipitous slope, Pench is an important ecosystem supporting an abundance of flora and fauna, including a rich variety of acquatic life.

Not surprisingly, the beauty of this part of central India has earned much literary attention. The poet Kalidas waxes eloquent about the scenic charm of the place in his epics Meghdootam and Shakuntalam. R.A. Strendales "Camp in the Satpura Hills" draws a vivid pen picture of this idyllic paradise, and does Forsyths "Highlands of Central India".

Indeed the Pench National Park is four different forest regions in one; an extravagance of trees, shrubs, grasses, climbers, weeds and herbs, with teak being the most prominent of the tree species. The park is home to 33 species of mammals, 164 species of birds, 50 species of fish, 10 species of amphibians, 30 species of reptiles, and a wide variety of insects.

While officially reserved for tigers and panthers, Pench is also home to sambar, chital, banking deer, nilgai, black buck, gaur, wild boar, chausingha, sloth bears, wild dogs, langurs, monkeys, mouse deer, black-naped hares, jackals, foxes, hyenas, porcupines, and flying squirrels, to name a few.

Here, birdlife is equally bountiful. The feathered denizens of Pench include both resident and migratory birds like Malabar pied hornbills, Indian pittas, ospreys, grey-headed fishing eagles, white-eyed buzzards, storks, waterfowls, four endangered vulture species, and the green pigeon, which is the State Bird.

Pench is a naturalists dream come true; a mind-expanding experience if ever there is one.
Nagzira
ImageA national wild life sanctuary admeasuring about 152 Sq. km. situatedin Gondia Distt., about 160 K.m. from Nagpur via Sakoli.

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is locked in the arms of nature and adorned with a picturesque landscape, luxuriant vegetation and serves as a living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature. The sanctuary has a number of fish, 34 species of mammals, 166 species of birds, 36 species of reptiles and four species of amphibians. The invertebrate fauna includes, besides a number of insects and ant species, several species of butterflies. Nearly 30,000 tourists visits this sanctuary annually. Wild animals to spot are the tiger, panther, bison, sambar, nilgai, chital, wild boar, sloth bear and wild dog.

Other places of interest are Navegaon National Park (50 km), Itiadoh Dam (65 km), Tibetan Camp at Gothangaon (60 km) and Pratapgad (70 km).

Timings : October 1 - January 31 -- 7 am to 6 pm.
February 1 - June 15 -- 7 am to 7 pm.
June 16 - September 30 -- Closed

Facilities ofstay and elephant-ride are available at a place Chorakhmara within the park
Navgaon Bird Sanctuary
A bird sanctuary admeasuring about 11 sq.k.m. in the vicinity of a dam on rivier Gadhavi in Bhandara Distt. A nember of migratory birds can be seen here during winter. Navegaon is about 145 km from Nagpur by road via Sakoli. The nearest Railway station is Devalgaon on Chandrapur-Balaghat line. Not too far from here is an old fort named Pratapgad.
Dragon palace
The dragaon Palace Temple, Kamptee, a satellite township of Nagpur, has recently earned a scintillating identify through the magnificent Dragon palace temple established nearly 23 months back. The unique Buddist temple with its attractive architecture and landscape was inaugurated on 23 Nov' 1999 by Mother Noriko Ogawa society, Japan. The temple sprawls on 10 acre of land, having a serine and beautiful buddist prayer centre. A huge idol of Lord The dragaon Palace Temple, Kamptee, a satellite township of Nagpur, has recently earned a scintillating identify through the magnificent Dragon palace temple established nearly 23 months back. The unique Buddist temple with its attractive architecture and landscape was inaugurated on 23 Nov' 1999 by Mother Noriko Ogawa society, Japan. The temple sprawls on 10 acre of land, having a serine and beautiful buddist prayer centre. A huge idol of Lord Buddha is installed on the first floor of the Meditation hall which is carved out of a Single Sandalwood block. The temple with its characteristic architecture has already received an international award for best concrete structure. The Dragon Palace temple is also called 'Lotus Temple' & stands tall amidst sprawling lush green lawns, dotted with flowering plants & laid down in an attractive landscape pattern. The Ogawa society which maintains the temple also looks after alied social activities which include running a mobile hospital, a welfare centre, an orphanage & a school for poor.
Anandwan, Warora
Anandwan is the place where Magsaysay Award winner Baba Amte has set up a charitable institute for leprosy patients. It is about 100 k.m. From Nagpur Chandrapur road. Leprosy patients are given treatment, trained and rehabilitated here.

It was founded in 1951 by noted social activist, Baba Amte. The project is run by the organisation Maharogi Seva Samiti, the Samitis other projects are Lok Biradari Prakalp and The Somnath Project.

Baba Amte developed Anandwan to be a self-contained ashram (which could be described as "a kibbutz for the sick"). Residents are self-sufficient in terms of basic subsistence through agriculture. Land fertility in the region has been revived and is maintained by using organic farming techniques and micro-water management. In addition, the ashram has various home-based, small-scale industry units run by the residents that generate income to cover additional requirements.

Baba Amte also shaped Anandwan as an environmentally-aware community to have practices in place for energy utilization, waste recycling and minimizing usage of natural resources that might otherwise lead to their depletion.

Anandwan today spreads over 200 hectares and has two hospitals, a university, an orphanage, a school for the blind and a technical wing. More than 5,000 people are dependent on it for their livelihood.
 
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