Zero Mile Marker, Nagpur

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According to the calculations conducted during the British rule, Zero Mile Marker represents the exact central point of the whole India. The mathematicians used to measure distances between cities and compare them, only to come to conclusion that this site is the center of them all. Visit and see the four huge horses statues that represent prosperity in all four directions, with a large stone pillar in the middle of them. Plan my day in Nagpur using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Visit this if you are a cartography / Raj history buff, or if you are near the Railway Station and have 10 minutes to spare.When you're driving from Vidhan Bhavan the monument comes up on the right at...  more »
  • Supposed to be geographically at the center of the country. There is a marker to this effect. Otherwise just a curiosity and nothing special by way of an attraction. Also in the middle of a busy area.  more »
  • A significant spot which denotes that we are at "Zero Miles" in India. Renovations and constructions around this place is happening at this moment.  more »

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Where to stay in Nagpur

While little known to international tourists, Nagpur nevertheless has a number of accommodations to cater to different tastes and budgets. Running north from the airport to the city center, Highway 264 has a good selection of hotels, including both upmarket and budget-friendly options. In the town center, family-run guesthouses lie on the side streets, and larger hotels dot the newer commercial districts.
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