Nagpur

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Nagpur
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Presidency: Bengal
Coordinates: 21.07°N, 79.27°E
Altitude: 310 metres (1,020 ft)
Present Day Details
Place Name: Nagpur
State/Province: Maharashtra
Country: India
Transport links
Great Indian Peninsula Railway
Bengal-Nagpur Railway
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Nagpur was the headquarters of Nagpur District in the Nagpur Division of Central Provinces during the British period. It was the capital of Central Provinces and the leading industrial & commercial town in the centre of India. It was the terminus station for both the Great Indian Peninsula Railway and the Bengal-Nagpur Railway

The cantonment at Nagpur was at Seetabuldee (Sitabardi, Sitabuldi) and there was a major cantonment in the vicinity at Kamptee.

Military history

Spelling Variants

Modern name: Nagpur
Variants: Nagpore, Nagpoor.

Also see

Churches

  • All Saints Church, Seetabuldee. In existence in 1869.[1]

External links

Historical books online

References

  1. Malone, Heather. Baptisms in Kamptee and Seetabuldee Rootsweb India Mailing List 26 November 1999. Retrieved 17 July 2016.