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Nagpur is the second capital of state of Maharashtra and November is usually temperature comfortable (worm cloths required). "Nagpur City" is situated precisely at the heart of the India with the Zero Mile Marker specifying the geographical centre of India. Nagpur is famous for its oranges and also known as Tiger capital of Maharashtra state. Due to the centre of the India the links are best between the major means of transport that is by road, by train and by air. The two national highways NH 6 and NH 7 are passing through Nagpur. The winter capital of Maharashtra, Nagpur is known for the majestic Deekshabhoomi, the biggest Buddhist stupa in Asia. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve and Pench National Park are two renowned wildlife sanctuaries here. In addition several other attractions are around. Its spicy Saoji cuisine is loved by all.
• CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nehru Marg Nagpur 440020, Maharashtra, India
• GPS Co-ordinates: 21.212065 N, 79.071410E
How to reach CSIR-NEERI, Nagpur, India
Nagpur Railway Station connects the city extensively with rest of India by an excellent network of railways. Important express trains as well as plenty of passenger trains have scheduled stop at Nagpur. Passengers can board a train easily from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata or other nearby and far off towns and reach Nagpur by rail comfortably. CSIR-NEERI is about 5.9 Km from Nagpur railway Station.
Nagpur is a major junction for roadways in India. NH7 and NH6 pass through Nagpur. Volvo as well as normal deluxe buses are available from major cities and small towns of Maharashtra on daily and frequent basis. Tickets are nominally priced, so one can have an economical bus ride to and from Nagpur. CSIR-NEERI is about 5.0 Km from Nagpur(Ganeshpeth) bus Station.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport connects Nagpur with rest of India and few cities of Middle East via several domestic and international airlines. Direct and stop-over flights to Nagpur from important Indian cities are available at frequent intervals. Passengers can board a flight till Nagpur and then hire local cab to travel to the city. CSIR-NEERI is about 5.7 Km from airport.
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