The city was founded by the Gondi, but later became part of the Maratha Empire under Bonsul. The East India Company acquired Nagpur in the 19th century, making it the capital of Central Province and Vidarbha. After the first state reorganization, the city lost its capital status, but became the second capital of Maharashtra according to the "Nagpur Agreement" between political leaders. Nagpur is also known as the "capital of Indian tigers" because it connects many of India's tiger sanctuaries to the world. Nagpur is in the middle of the country.
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Famous for its Nagpur oranges, it is also known as Orange City because it is an important trading center for oranges grown in much of the region.
The total area of the district is 9892 km2.
Nagpur has a total of 14 subdistricts.
There are about 1617 villages in this area.
There are eight cities in this area.
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