Nagpur, the third-most populous city in Maharashtra, is a religious center at the heart of India, with the nation’s Zero Mile Marker located within its boundaries. Because of the region’s geographical location, the Nagpur airport is home to a new multi-modal international cargo hub, which ships heavy cargo from Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
Nagpur is known as “The Orange City” because of the quality of its orange crop.
The people of the Nagpur Maharashtra Region are suffering at the hands of the Maoist insurgency, which has targeted systems of transportation, communication and public services. Innocent bystanders are often caught in the rebels’ crossfire.
At the geographical center of India, the city of Nagpur is a central crossroads of rail, road and air cargo traffic.
This elegant meal features foods common to the Nagpur Maharashtra area.
As in biblical times, a woman in India’s Nagpur Maharashtra Region goes to the well to draw water for her family.