History of Nagpur dates back to the 18th century when Bhakt Buland (Raja Buland Shah) created this city with his Gond tribesmen. The city was later ruled by the Maratha dynasty of the Bhonsle for many years by various rulers of their kingdom and finally went into the hands of the British in the end of 18th century. After India’s independence from British, Nagpur was the capital of Central Provinces and Berar. Later on linguistic basis, Nagpur became a part of present day Maharashtra. \n\nThe city turned 3000 years old since establishment, in 2002. This was marked with huge celebrations by the government. Even though the city is less popular compared to state capital Mumbai, the city has everything in it to be a top notch city in every way.
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