Nagpur Geography



Nagpur geography comprises not only of its location but it also includes the climate of the area, the water bodies that flow across it and the type of soil which is found there. An amazing fact about the geography of Nagpur is that it lies in the center of India and the zero milestone of India is situated within this city.

The geographical location of Nagpur is 79 degree 7 minutes east longitude and 21 degree 7 minute north latitude. Nagpur is situated at a height of 312.42.meters above sea level. The main structure of the Nagpur city is the British fort built in 1818 which stands tall on the twin hills of Sitabuldi in the middle of the city.

The geographical description of Nagpur will remain incomplete without its rivers and land areas. The most important river that flows across this city is Godavari. Other than it, Kanhan, Wardha, Wainganga and Pench are the rivers that flow in this industrial city. Nagpur is surrounded by the plateaus of Satpura range and the city witnesses all the major National Highways such as NH-6 and NH-7. The total land area of Nagpur is 228 square kilometers.

The climate of Nagpur follows the same seasonal monsoon pattern wherein the hottest months are May and June. Monsoons pour in from July to September while you can enjoy the chilling winter in December and January.

How to reach Nagpur



As per Nagpur geography, it is 1094 kilometers away from Delhi, 1140 kilometers away from Calcutta, 837 kilometers away from Mumbai and 1092 kilometers from Chennai. You can travel to Nagpur through roads, railways or airlines.

You can use the National Highways as well as other road routes to travel across the region. Nagpur is connected to all the four metros and other major cities and towns of India through the broad gauge railway tracks. The nearest airport to Nagpur city is Sonegaon Airport which is located 7.5 kilometers in the south of this city and is connected with flights from all the major cities of India.

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Last Updated on 9/26/2011

     


     

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