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Official Website : http://nagpur.gov.in

Headquarters : Nagpur
State : Maharashtra

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 9892
Rural : 9409.05
Urban : 482.95

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 4653570
Rural : 1474811
Urban : 3178759
Male : 2384975
Female : 2268595
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 951
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 470

Official language : Marathi

Helplines :
Air ambulance +91 9540161344.
Police 100
Fire 101
Ambulance 102
Traffic Police 103
Anti Corruption Helpline 1031
Emergency Relief Centre on National Highways 1033
State level helpline for Health 104
Hospital On Wheels 104
Anti-poison 1066
Central Relief Commissioner for Natural Calamities 1070
Relief Commissioners of Central/State/Union territory 1070
Air Accident 1071
Train accident 1072
Road Accident 1073
Traffic Help Line 1073
Control room of District Collector/Magistrate 1077
Disaster management 108
Anti terror Helpline/Alert All India 1090
Women in Distress 1091
Earth-quake Help line service 1092
Natural disaster control room 1096
AIDS helpline 1097
AIDS help line service 1097
Child abuse hotline 1098
Central Accident and Trauma Services 1099
Catastrophe & Trauma service 1099
General emergency Department of Telecommunications (DoT) 112
All in one Emergency Number 112
LIC Of India 1251
Public Grievance Cell Telecom Circle HQs 12727
Indian Railway General Enquiry 1320, 131, 1321
For any theft or harassment, nuisance caused due to smoking or alcohol consumption on train 1322
Indian Railway Security Helpline 1322
Railway Helpline for Arrival/Departure and Reservation services 133
Railway Enquiry 139
Indian Airlines 1407
Air India ( Confirmation / Cancellation Enquiry)(Called Party) 1414
for any queries related to landline telephone, ISDN etc. Also accessible from CellOne, Excel & Tarang phones 1500
Railway 1512
Kisan Call Center 1551
Military Police Help Line 155200
Indian Oil Help Line 155233
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) 155255 / 1800 4254732
Water Board 155313
Electricity Complaints 155333
Trunk booking 1580
Trunk assistance 1581
STD complaints 1582
National Directory Enquiry (NDQ) Service 1583
International trunk booking 1586
International trunk enquiry 1587
International Trunk delay information 1588
Telex complaints 1589
Free Phone Enquiry 1600
India Telephone Card Enquiry 1602
Billing complaint center 166 / 1660-69
Billing Complaint Center 1671-73
Weather Enquiry 1717
Maritime Search and Rescue control room of coastal guard 1718
Drug de-addiction 1800-11-0031
National Consumer Helpline 1800-11-4000
MyGov Toll Free Number for MannKiBaat for ideas and suggestions 1800-11-7800
IRCTC Help Line 1800-111-139
National Health Helpline 1800-180-1104
Anti Ragging-Emails at helpline@antiragging.in 1800-180-5522
Mann Ki Baat on the toll-free number 1800-3000-780
Domestic abuse and sexual violence-Women's Helpline 181
Indian Army Help Line 1904
LPG emergency helpline number 1906
Blood bank Information 1910
Dial a doctor 1911
Tourist Office (Govt.of India) 1913
Water Supply Complain 1916
Leased Circuits Fault Booking 1918
Eye Donation 1919
Eye bank information service 1919
Aadhar Card-UIDAI (Unique idenditification authority of india),1800-180-1947 1947
Election Commission of India 1950
Change number announcement (Hindi) 1951
Changed number announcement (English) 1952
Changed number announcement (Regional language) 1953
Changed number announcement (in case of shift) 1954
Sancharnet Internet Help desk service 1957
Leased Circuit Fault Booking (WTR) 1958
Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK) 1961
Directory enquiry service 197
Telephone Complaint Booking 198

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Nagpur District

History Of Nagpur City
1st to 5th CENTURY B. C:- In hills and hillocks of Hidimba Tekadi,40 Kms. From Nagpur near Mansar, pieces of Terracotta from Vakataka, Maruya and Shung periods have been obtained by Archaeologist, which indicates that Nagpur had a much more ancient and cherished history than assumed by the commoners.
10th CENTURY A.D. :- The name Nagpur appear for the first time on record.

1702 A.D. :- Nagpur city founded by Gond King 'Bakht Buland Shah' of Devagad, on the banks of Nag River. That is why the city was named 'Nagpur'. He founded the city by joining 12 small hamlets formerly known as 'Rajapur Baraasa' or 'Barasa', 1706 A.D.:- The eldest son of 'Bakht Buland Shah', Raja Chand sultan ascended on the throne of Devagad in 1706 A.D. and he shifted his capital from Devagad to Nagpur. The contemporary Devagad was a small wooden fortress located 30 kms. awat in Chhindwara Distt. The contemporary Devagad state included Nagpur, Bhandra, Seoni, Balaghat, Betul and Hoshangabad districts. Raja Chand Sultan initiated the construction of his fortress at Mahal. He constructed 3 kms. long wall around this fortress and for the first time laid the foundation of a planned layout for Nagpur city. He continuously ruled over and made an all out development of Nagpur for 33 years.
1742 A.D. :- After the death of Raja Chand Sultan at Nagpur, the city again went into obsecurity and was gradually dominated by Bhonsle dynasty of Deor. In 1742 A.D. the Bhonsle King 'Raghuji Bhonsle'ascended to the throne of Nagpur in place of Gond king 'Raja Chand Sultan'. Nagpur became the Capital of Raghuji Bhonsle.

1765 A.D. :- Nagpur was burnt substantially in 1765 and again partially in 1811 by the marauding tribe pendharis. However, the development of city of Nagpur continued. Nawabpur, Old Mangalwari, Shukrawari Tank, Hansapuri, Jaripatka, Rajabaksha, Rambagh and Itwari areas where established and developed during Bhonsle period. 1817 A.D. & 1853 A.D. :- In the famous battle of Sitabuldi, the marathas lost the fortress and the city to Britishers. Britishers became the undisputed rules and monarch of the area. Nagpur was ultimately incorporated into Britishresidency in 1853 A.D. 1857 A.D. :- The effect of first freedom struggle was felt at Nagpur also. This laid down the foundation of many non violent, non co-operation movement. 1861 A.D. :- Nagpur became capital of Central provinces. 1864 A.D. :- The Municipality of Nagpur was established. 1867 A.D. :- Between Nagpur to Mumbai, a new British train route - 'Great Indian Peninsula (G.I.P) 'railway' was laid down which transformed the future of Nagpur for good. The first train steamed out of the city in 1867 A.D. 1891 A.D. :- On 28th December 1891, the seventh all India Congress Session was organized at Lalbagh locality at Nagpur, in which the famous from Chennai P. Anandacharlu presided. 1899 A.D. :- The great plague strikes and takes a heavy toll in Nagpur. 1901 A.D. :- The foundation of Cotton market was laid. The C. P. Club was also founded. 1905 A.D. :- Indora was founded. 1911 A.D.:- Punjabi line was founded. The english daily 'The Hitvada' was founded. 1912 A.D. :- Foundation Stone of Vidhan Sabha was laid. 1920 A.D. :- 35th all India Congress session was held for the second time at Nagpur for which a new colony Congress nagar was laid down near Dhontoli park. In this session over 60 thousand Congress representative attended. The session was presided over by Shri. Jamnalal Bajaj. He openly supported Mahatama Gandhi as the undisputed leader of the union. 1923 A.D. :- Nagpur University was founded To mark the all India 'Jhanda Satyagrah Aandolan' a protest rally was also organized at Nagpur in which Pt. Nehru and Rajrishi Tondon participated. 1924 A.D. :- The foundation of Ramdaspeth was laid. 1925 A.D. :- The foundation of Lashkari bagh was laid. 1929 A.D. :- The foundation of New colony was laid. 1930 A.D. :- The foundation of Dhantoli was laid. 1934 A.D. :- Gondawana Club was founded and Hindi 'Navbharat' wasm launched. 1936-1938 A.D. :- The 'Hindustani Lal Sena' was found. 1940 A.D. :- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's 'Forward Block Party' organized its second all India session at Nagpur. 1942 A.D. :- Nagpur participated in 'Bharat Chodo Aandolan' in which Maganlal Bagdi's Lal sena actively participated. He was imprisoned and the freedom fighter Shankar was hanged. 1947 A.D. :- The country got its freedom from the British yoke and Nagpur also participated in this celebration. All India Radio Station was founded at Nagpur. 1950 A.D. :- Nagpur declared as the capital of Madhya Pradesh. 1951 A.D. :- The Nagpur Municipality was converted to Municipal Corporation. Same year, the foundation of 'Bhartiya Jansangh' was also laid. 1956 A.D. :- On present 'Diksha Bhoomi' Ground, Dr B. R. Ambedkar embrassed Buddhism along with lakhs of his followers. 1957 A.D. :- On 17th Oct 1957, The 'Nag Vidharbha Andolan Samiti' was formed. 1958 A.D. :- The third all India session of congress party was organized at Abyankar Nagar in Nagpur. 1960 A.D. :- Nagpur city and district were transfered to Maharashtra State, as a part of state reorganisation. Since the first session of the state legislature was organised at Nagpur, the city was assigned the status of the second capital to Maharashtra. GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
North Latitude – 210.07; East longitude – 790.07

Height above mean sea level – 312.42 mtrs.

Location - It is practically at geographical center of India, in fact the zero milestone of India is in this city. All major highways NH-7 ( Varanasi - Kanyakumari ) & NH-6 (Mumbai - Sambalpur - Calcutta) amd major railways trunk route (Mumbai, Chennai, Howrah * Delhi) pass through the city. Important Central & State Government offices and institutions are located in Nagpur. Industrial Development is existing along the fringe areas like Kamptee, Hingna, Wadi, Khapri, Butibori and Kalmeshwar.

Maximum, Average & Minimum Rain fall are 1993 mm, 1205 mm and 606 mm respectively.

Nagpur’s Municipal Limits encompass 217.56 Square Kms of land areas.

Nagpur is 837 kms. From Mumbai, 1094 Kms south of Delhi, 1092 kms north of Chennai and 1140 kms west of Calcutta.

The town is dominated by the British fort built in 1818 on the twin hills of Sitabuldi in the centre of the city. It overlooks the civil lines on the west, the city proper on the east and north,and the suburb of Sitabuldi (Burdi) to the south. Northwest of the civil lines is the Gorewara reservoir with a dam 2,350 ft long. There are several fine old reservoirs (tanks) notably Shukrawari (Jumma) Talao, Ambazari and Telankhedi, and many parks in and around the city.

The surrounding region is an undulating plateau rising northward to the Satpura Range, from 889 to 2,142 feet (271 to 653 m) high and is drained by the Kanhan and Pench rivers in the center, the Wardha in the west, and the Wainganga in the east. Both these rivers later merge as tributaries into the Godavari river. The soil is fertile black (cotton) in the west and the north and alluvial in the east. The average annual rainfall is 45 inches, with more rain in the east than in the west. In the west, the hills are forested. In the northeast are the hills of Ramtek.


Humidity 70% to 20%
Elevation 274.5 mtrs to 652.70 mtrs
Forest Cover is 28% i.e. 2818 sq. kmrs
(for Nagpur District)

Nagpur generally has a dry tropical weather

CLIMATE : The climate of Nagpur follows a typical seasonal monsoon weather pattern. The peak temperatures are usually reached in May/June and can be as high as 48oC. The onset of monsoon is usually from July and the season extends up to September, with monsoon peaking during July and August. After monsoons, the average temperature varies between 27oC and approx 6 to 7oC right through December and January.

The climate of Nagpur follows a typical seasonal monsoon weather pattern. The peak temperatures are usually reached in May/June and can be as high as 48oC. The onset of monsoon is usually from July and the season extends up to September, with monsoon peaking during July and August. After monsoons, the average temperature varies between 27oC and approx 6 to 7oC right through December and January.