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Nagpur Division of South East Central Railway falls in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh states.Geographically most of the division comes under Maikal ranges of Satpura Mountain ranges of Central India, and is thus full of deep valleys, green forests and flowing rivers.The region is gifted with natural beauty.Many wild life sanctuaries, forests, scenic spots and temples are situated in this region.


It is an internationally famous wild life complex spread over 940 region was developed into a sanctuary in 1953 and declared as a National park in 1955.Kanha National Park in the Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh.The nearest railhead is Chiraidongri, which is 53 kms from Nainpur junction.Nainpur is accessible by NG train either from Jabalpur (110 km) or from Balaghat (76 km) or from Chhindwara (140 km). The park is open for tourists from November to June every year.


“Maa Bamleshwari” is an incarnation of Maa Durga.2200 years old temple of the Goddess is situated at the hill top at a height of more than 2000 feet.A mela is organized here twice in a year i.e. during Chaitra and Kwar, which lasts for 15 days.

The temple is only about a kilometer away from Dongargarh station of Nagpur division.Besides motorable road, a ropeway has also been provided to reach the hilltop.Dongargarh railway station is situated on Mumbai-HWH trunk route.


Nagzira – famous for it’s wild like sanctuary – is situated in the Bhandara district of Maharashtra.Gongli is the nearest railway station at a distance of 5 kms only and Gondia Mumbai-Howrah trunk route is 30 kms away.


Ramtek is the most popular tourist spot near Nagpur.It is 50 kms away from Nagpur by road.It is also a terminal station at the end of Nagpur-Kanhan-Ramtek section of Nagpur division.About 5 kms from Ramtek,Khindsi lake issituated which is famous for various water sports actitivies.



The world famous marble rocks and waterfalls of Bhedaghat are situated on the banks of river Narmada which is 17 kms away from Howbagh station of Nagpur division.Howbagh is about 5 kms from Jabalpur station of W.C.Railway and is well connected with all major towns.


Source : South East Central Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 29-07-2015  

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