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Nagpur Airport Hotel Also Near the Train Station

Just 20 minutes from Railway Station / Bus Stand / city centre and 30 minutes from the international airport, this Nagpur hotel provides easy access to the Multi-modal Koradi Thermal Power Station & Khaparkheda Power Plant, key industrial areas and popular tourist attractions. Additionally, “Hotel Mansarovar” places guests close to the local bus stand, making for easy travel in and around.


Readily available conveyance can carry guests the front of the hotel. Airport transfers can also be arranged by hotel staff. The railway station is just ten kilometers from the “Hotel Mansarovar”.

Nearby Location

Koradi Thermal Power Station(KTPS) – 1 km

Khaparkheda Power Plant - 4 km

Power Grid - 10 km

Ministry of Direct Taxes(MTDC)

Passport Seva Kendra- 8 km

Mental Hospital – 8 km

Poonam Chamber Mall – 8 km

Government Offices – 10 km

Sonekar Collage of Pharmacy – 100 Mtr

Tayawade Collage – 2 km

Modern School -3 km

Tejaswani Junior Collage – 200 Mtr

Saraswati Vidyalaya – 2 km

Mahindra Service Center – 3 km

Bhonsala Military School - 5.4 km

Poddar World School – 5.4 km

Wonderland High School – 5.4 km

Poddar World School – 3 km

NIT Complex – 9 km

Railway Station – 10 km

Hingna MIDC Zone – 15 km

Adani Willmar Ltd. – 19 km

Saoner Industrials Zone – 20 km

Airport – 18 km

Jamtha Stadium – 28 km

Butibori Industrials Zone(MIDC) – 37 km

Jhulelal Institute Of Technology (JIT) – 8.5 km

Central India College Of Engineering And Technology – 7.7 km

Vidarbha’s Cricket Association Ground - 9 km

Central India’s Beauty Evident in Nagpur Attractions

Nagpur City has many distinctions. Popularly called the Orange City, it is the second largest city in Maharashtra. It is also the second greenest in India and is located at the very center of the heartland, almost equidistant from Kolkata, Chennai and New Delhi and Mumbai. Nagpur is a sprawling, seemingly infinite metropolis and is India’s primary transport hub with all the nations’ main highways intersecting there. And at the very centre of this national center is Zero Mile; marked by the stone obelisk that the British placed there, on whose surface is an engraved list of cities (spelt the old-fashioned way) with distances to each of them.

Tourist Attractions in Nagpur

2 nd Largest of India : Shree Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Mata Temple / Koradi Lake

Just 1.5 Km

The pride of this place is the thermal power station and the ancient Shri Mahalaxmi Devi temple, which draws devotees to its doors throughout the year (especially during Navratri).

Shree Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Mata Koradi Nagpur: Shree Mahalaxmi Jagdamba Mata Mandir, Koradi Temple, located on the banks of Koradi Lake, about 1.5kms of Hotel is an old historical temple dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi. The temple complex is crowded by huge mass during nine days long Navratri festival. On these festive days, at night more than 50,000 lamps were lighted at the temple premises.

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Gorewada Lake

Just 7 Km

Gorewada Lake is on Katol Road approximately 7 km from Hotel. From Mankapur Square one has to take a right turn on the Katol Ring Road.

After approximately 1.5 km you will find a deviation towards the right. After traveling for another 100 meters you will be on the Banks of Gorewada Lake.

Sunset is worth watching. Since it is away from the city it is always good to go in a small group as a precaution though no incidents have been reported.

On the banks of the lake there is a tower which is approx. 30 feet’s high, From where you can get a better view of the area.

Those who know swimming will be an unforgettable place.

Japanese Garden

Just 11 Km

Japanese gardens are modern garden designs based on traditional Zen style. They project a calm and peaceful atmosphere. Though a modern garden design element, Japanese gardens are traditionally styled with certain typical elements that define the Zen characteristics. These garden designs can be found in offices, business centers, city parks, Buddhist shrines and other structures. They are also being employed in private homes. Landscape designers are experts to consult if you want to set up a Japanese garden in your home.

Balaji Mandir

Just 12 Km

The Balaji Mandir, Nagpur is one of the most popular temples of Nagpur in the state of Maharashtra. The deity that is worshipped in the Balaji Mandir of Nagpur is Lord Balaji, who is one of the most commonly worshipped deities of the entire country of India. The people having faith in the Hindu religion worship Lord Balaji with a lot of devotion.

Zero Mile Stone

Just 10 Km

Zero Mile Stone is said to be the exact middle point or center of India. This important place has beautiful statutes of horses. Because of this zero mile stone, Nagpur city has got the importance of being located in the heart of the country/centrally located place. It is a matter of great proud that BSNL, Nagpur Administrative Office is situated just adjacent to this great land mark statute.

Sitabuldi Fort

Just 10 Km

Sitabuldi fort, site of the 1817 Battle of Sitabuldi, is located atop a small hillock in the middle of Nagpur, in central India. The fort was built by Appa Sahib or Mudhoji II Bhonsle of the Kingdom of Nagpur, just before he fought against the British East India Company during the Third Anglo-Maratha War. The area surrounding the hillock is now known as Sitabuldi and is an important commercial hub for Nagpur. To the south of the hillock is Nagpur Railway Station and a temple to Ganesha (Tekdi Ganapati) is situated at the back of this hillock. The temple was constructed by Bhonsle kings of Nagpur Kingdom. The fort is now home to the Indian Army's 118th infantry battalion.

Kasturchand Park (K.P. Ground)

Just 10 Km

Kasturchand Park is the biggest meeting place in the Nagpur city center. It is located about 1 km from the central railway station. This can hold thousands of audience. All big processions in the Nagpur city culminate in this park with big conventions. Many trade shows are being arranged here. The Park is thriving with all kinds of activities all through the year.

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in this park are very marvelous and breathtaking. There will be many fairs during this period in this Park.

Gurudwara Singh Sabah

Just 10 Km

History of Gurudwara Singh Sabah, Kamptee Road, Nagpur begins with Sardar Budh Singh S/o S. Bhan Singh, a pious religious person who came to Nagpur along with his elder brother Sardar Lakha Singh and settled at Nagpur finding the city a good place to live in probably he was the First Sikh to settle at Nagpur in the year 1885. He called many more SIKH from PUNJAB who initially joined BNR as workers.

Tekdi Ganapati Temple

Just 10 Km

Shri Ganesh Tekdi Temple is one of the most popular and famous temple in Nagpur City. It’s name is given as Tekdi Ganapati because it is constructed on a hill and in Marathi language, a hill is called as Tekdi. It is believed to be approximately 250 years old.


Just 10 Km

Maharaj Bagh, a garden of abundant natural beauty, is a picturesque garden in Nagpur attracting thousands of visitors each year. This attractive garden laid by the erstwhile Bhonsle Kings, encloses a botanical garden and a zoo - housing a rare collections of birds and animals. The garden is regularly visited by locals.

Children's Traffic Park

Just 13.8 Km

Inspired by bigger cities like New Delhi and Mumbai who maintain similar theme parks, the idea of a Children's Traffic Park in the heart of Nagpur city was conceived by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) in 2008. Featuring neatly kept symbolic miniature streets and footpaths along with traffic signals, yellow pedestrian crossing lines and a huge traffic symbols display board, this Children's Traffic Park is a great idea to educate and instill good traffic sense among children.

Evenings at this park are filled with smiling mothers with kids playing around in their tiny scooters and cars. Groups of youngsters are also hanging around the many food courts located inside the park premises. Pleasant and vibrant, this park offers an excellent opportunity if you are looking for whiling away a perfectly lazy evening. Situated near Bhagwaghar Layout in Nagpur, Children's Traffic Park is a great idea to visit with our kids who would be more than happy to spend as much time here.

Raman Science Centre

Just 13 Km

The Raman Science Centre at Nagpur is an interactive science center affiliated with Mumbai`s Centre. The center was developed to promote a scientific attitude, portray the growth of science and technology and their applications in industry and human welfare, and hold science exhibits. The centre is named after famous Nobel Prize winner Indian physicist Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. The Raman Science Centre was inaugurated on 7 March 1992 and the planetarium was started on 5 January 1997.

Shukrawari Talab

Just 13 Km

It is known by the names Shukrawari Talab (Lake), Gandhi Sagar Lake and Jumma Lake. It is located in Nagpur near Raman Science Center. The lake which is said to be exists for more than 275 years, was established as a source of water supply by Chand Sultan, the then ruler of Nagpur. He created the water body in the form of streams being diverted to the Nag River, which was connected to the water reservoir and named it as 'Jumma Talab'. Subsequently it came to be known as 'Shukrawari Talab' during the Bhonsle and British periods when the first Raghuji declared Nagpur as the capital of his domain in 1742.

The picturesque rectangular shaped Gandhi Sagar reservoir is now enclosed with stonewalls and iron railings. One can also found a small island in the middle of the lake with an attractive Shiva temple and a garden. The lake looks more attractive in the night by the illumination of the yellow mercury light. The lake also offers boating facility to the visitors.

Shri Saibaba Temple

Just 14 Km

The idea of constructing a temple like Shirdi Mandir on a larger scale originated from Shri Sai Mandir Dhantoli. One body for this purpose was formed in 1971. For legal fulfillment one trust was formed in 1972 which was registered at same time. The present sight was purchased from Shri Banerjee in 1974 and Bhoomipujan was performed in 1976. The required funds were raised by way of donations, cultural programs. The main designer and Architect of the Mandir is Shri Shivdanmal who took pains in entire construction of Mandir.


Just 15.5 Km

Ambazari Lake is a picnic spot which has locals & tourists alike thronging the place during weekends and evenings. The lake offers an enjoyable boat ride with the entire family.

The theme garden nearby has several fun things children can enjoy. The highlight here being the musical fountain which rises & drops creating a beautiful symphony of music & water - hence thoroughly entertaining the crowds.

Children can enjoy a ride on the mini train, swing along with the Columbus boat, play on the see-saw among others. The structure of a mammoth dinosaur at the entrance is a popular draw among kids & tourists alike.


Just 13.7 Km

Futala Lake is a famous lake in Nagpur, which is a popular hangout among the locals. Built by Raja Bhonsle the lake dates back to centuries, which was once known for its charming atmosphere and colorful fountains. It’s relaxing atmosphere attracts hundreds of locals & tourists alike each day.


Just 14.8 Km

Deekshabhoomi is a sacred monument of Buddhism in Nagpur the City of Oranges. Deekshabhoomi is a place where Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar converted into Buddhism and so did his thousands of followers. This conversion of religion took place on October 14th 1956. In the present scenario thousands of people come to Deekshabhoomi and convert into Buddhism.

Deekshabhoomi is situated in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. Nagpur is the largest city in the state of Maharashtra and is also very famous for “Zero Milestone”. The centre is regarded as the pilgrimage center of Buddhism in India. Thousands of pilgrims visit Deekshabhoomi every year on the occasion of Ashok Vijaya Dashmi and on 14th October. Pilgrims from across the world come and visit Deekshabhoomi.

Telankhedi Lake

Just 13 Km

Telankadi Lake, one of the best picnic spots to getaway & relax, is located at a scenic location in the outskirts of Nagpur. The lake is an absolute family vacation place with a children's park, impressive soft sandy lake banks.

The beautiful garden with spacious walking trails and playing fields for kids is situated on the banks of the Lake. There is a marvelous aquarium exhibiting many varieties of fishes which is a big draw among kids.

Musical Garden

Just 16 Km

Lata Mangeshkar musical garden at Surya Nagar, east Nagpur – the musical garden is proposed and under construction at Surya Nagar, Nagpur under the direction of NIT trustee Jaiprakash Gupta. The sprawling garden besides having a landscaped garden and lawn will also have musical fountains, curious architectural sites based on rages, ravines and nodes of Indian classical music which will be operated by musicians. There will also be a huge open air theatre sufficient to accommodate about 2500 music loving crowed in the premises where large concerts can be organized. The musical garden when complete will inspire children to take up music as their career and will prove to a centre of attraction for Nagpurians.

The musical garden located at Surya Nagar, was built under the direction of Jaiprakash Gupta, NIT trustee. This garden is called the Lata Mangeshkar Musical Garden.

The theme of the garden is Music. The sprawling garden has a pleasant ambience and beautifully landscaped lawns. Its attractive musical fountains, with themes of musical nodes & different musical tunes are operated by musicians.

There is also an open air theater which can accommodate about 2500 people where musical concerts are held.

Taj Bagh

Just 19 Km

The Mausoleum of Baba Tajuddin is on Umred road in Nagpur City. He was a revered Muslim saint, and had extensive following in the region. This place is visited by people of all faiths and religions. There is big annual Urs held in his honor here.

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Attractions nearby Nagpur

Waki Dargah

Just 21 Km

This is waki woods picnic spot.favourite for couples and youngers can be reached from Hotel 21 Kms towards Saoner takes turn on patansawangi square then towards Waki Village after Waki Dargah around 2-3kms. Main Attraction River and natural environment.

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Jam Sawli

Just 54 Km

Hanumanji in sleeping position. Resting under a tree, the idol has self-emerged from the ground and the beauty or magnificence of the idol is amazing.

As per popular belief, it is believed that no one can visit the place unless he is called there. Hanumanji of Jam Sawli has the magical powers to call his devotee to bless him with his bountiful. It was an amazing experience and the total travel time was around 1 hour from Hotel.

The Dragon Palace Temple

Just 17 Km

The Dragon Palace Temple is an abode of redefined whiteness, constructed by the Ogawa society, Japan.

The Dragon Palace Temple is a Buddhist temple, situated in Kamptee, Nagpur. Dedicated to Lord Buddha, the temple is an exemplary peace of architecture and picturesque landscape, which was founded by Mother Noriko Ogawa Society of Japan.

A unique temple for worship and meditation, it has emerged as one of the most popular attractions for the people coming to Nagpur. It is spread over an area of approximately 10 acres, it comprises of a magnificent Buddhist prayer centre, which offers peace and serenity to its visitors. The colossal statue of Lord Buddha is the idol that has been carved out of a single block of sandalwood. Some time back, Dragon Palace Temple of Kamptee was felicitated with the International Award for the best concrete structure of the world.

Ramtek Fort Temple

Just 42 Km

Ramtek fort temples have a legendary story in its credit. This is assumed to be the sacred place where Lord Rama took rest before leaving to conquer Lanka. The Ramtek fort temple is centuries old with main deity as Lord Rama.

The temple is located within a fort which is situated at a calm hilltop. This is a marvelous and cool place to keep off from madding crowds of the city. The unpolluted air in this hillock makes the environment healthy and rejuvenating.

Khindashi Lake

Just 46.8 Km

Khindashi Lake located just 5 Kms from Ramtek Fort Temple. This beautiful lake surrounded on all side by verdant forests, is a must see. Trekking aside, the big attraction here is water sports, choose from motor boats, pedal boats, rowing boats or even water scooters there’s really no better way to take in the scenic beauty of the place.

Adasa Ganapati Temple

Just 22.7 Km

Adasa is a tiny village in the district of Nagpur and situated 22.7 Kms. from Hotel. It is a village that houses a plethora of ancient and magnificent temples. The Ganapati temple, that exists here lodges an idol of the Lord, which is a single stone,. On a hill near the village is a temple of Mahadeo with three lingas, which are believed to have come out of the ground by themselves.


Just 29 Km

Dhapewada, lies peacefully on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River, and plays dwelling to a small temple of Vithoba. The temple was the brainchild of Umaji Aba, Dewan to Raja Baji Rao Bhonsle. This place is affectionately termed as the Pandharpur of Vidarbha’s.

Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary

Just 30 Km

Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near 30 Kms. from Hotel (via Chandrapur). The nearest Railway Station is Ballarshah. It is a home for a variety of wild animals including a few endangered species namely the tiger, leopards, jungle cat, sloth bear and wild dog. There are 131 species of avi-fauna recorded in the protected area of which as many as three bird species are of endangered status. There are two species of reptiles which are of endangered status: the Indian Python and common Indian monitory. It is common to spot the following wild animals as well: wild boar, spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, blue bull, jungle cat, jackal, peacock, jungle fowl and flying squirrel.

The local people in and around the Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary are mostly tribal’s belonging to the Gond community. The local language is Marathi, Telugu, Marathi and Gondi. These people are mainly dependent on the forest for their day to day needs such as wood, timber, grass, etc. Other places of other interest around the sanctuary are Prashant Dam at Chaprala, Chaprala Temple and Markanda Temple.


Just 42.5 Km

Khekranala is where a beautiful dam is located. It is situated in the Khapra range forest. The land displays a fine harmony of lush greenery and fascinating surrounding along with healthy environment. Dense foliage blankets the water reservoir. Khekranala is situated at a distance of 42.5 Kms. from the Hotel.


Just 65 Km

Ambhakhori is situated around 65 Kms. from Hotel. It is best in winter, though it tends to be crowded on weekends. Waterfalls and forest are the main attractions. It is yet to be developed to its full as potential tourist spot.

Pench National Park

Just 80 Km

Situated at a distance of 80 Kms from Hotel, Pench National Park spread over 542.66 sq Kms is one of the favorite destinations of the die-hard naturalists and wildlife lovers. The park is the natural habitat of diverse species of animals like Tiger, Elephant, Sambar, Nilgai and a whole lot more.

Pench National park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the Satpuda hills is named after Pench River, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra, in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara.

Bor Dham

Just 80.5 Km

Formed by the Bor Dam(a key feature of the Bor River Project), this reservoir is a great picnic spot and a show case of wide spectrum of wildlife, including Sambar, Cheetah, barking deer, Nilgai, Tigers, Leopards and wild Dogs. It is situated 80.5 Kms. away from Hotel. Nearest Railway Station is Wardha which is about 35 Kms. away.

Notably Bor Sanctuary and some adjacent protected areas will merge with Pench Tiger Reserve (Maharashtra) as "core satellite," more than twice the area of the tiger reserve that well established.

Pavnar Ashram

Just 79 Km

The historical Village of Pavnar, said to be named after the legendary Rajput King Pawan is situated on the banks of Dam River in the adjacent Wardha District. It is the site of an Ashram, which was founded by the great social reformer and activist Acharaya Vinobha Bhave for the treatment of leprosy patients and also the location of the Gandhi Kuti.

Sewagram Ashram

Just 86 Km

Sewagram Ashram is situated at Sewagram Village in the adjacent Wardha District, approximately 86 Kms. away from Hotel. The main attraction of Ashram is that it served as the H/Quarters of Mahatma Gandhi for 6 years from 1934 to 1940. It was here only that he lived along with wife Kasturba for a few years. Mahatma Gandhi built this Sewagram Ashram himself with the material that was available locally.


Just 82 Km

Pauni, in Bhandara district, is 82kms south-east of Nagpur. The present town, about three Kms south-west of the Waingangā River, is engirdled by medieval fortifications embellished by imposing gateways, of which those situate to the west are almost intact. The majestic fortifications, which at some places are extant to a height of about 20 metres, were encircled by a moat of about 20 meters in width. The ancient moat has now turned into a small seasonal lake and is called Balasamudra. The fort was constructed by the Gond ruler Bakht Buland in the early 18th century and was taken over by Raghuji Bhonsle In around 1710 AD.


Just 82.6 Km

Totladoh Dam is situated about 82.5 Kms. from Hotel. Was built between 1975 to 1985 on the Pench River near Madhya Pradesh’s boarder. Pench National Park is situated in this area and it is declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1983 and 25th Tiger Reserve in the country of India. There is also a lot more wildlife that can be found in Pench National Park aside from its tigers.

Karmajhiri National Park

Just 124 Km

Supposed to be an excellent Bison country, Karmajhiri is also the location where the other entrance to the Pench National Park is situated. This forest village which has developed due to this very reason also features a small museum which presently does not have much to talk about. Karmajhiri is also the site of the Forest Rest House Complex and the newly constructed and exorbitantly priced Mowgli Huts are located. A convenient starting point for visitors to the Pench Park, and is comfortably accessible from Nagpur City in Maharashtra.

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

Just 128 Km

Nagzira is a famous wild life sanctuary situated at the Tirora Range of adjacent Bhandara District. It is approximately situated 128 Kms. from Hotel. The sanctuary serves as the perfect place for all those who love to explore nature and its various facets Bird and animal lovers will find a visit to the Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the best ways to spend their weekends. The wild animals found here consist of tigers, panthers, leopards, bison, gaur (world’s largest cattle), sloth bears, sambar deer, fourheaded antelope, blue bull etc.

The other wildlife attractions are animals like chital, barking deer, mouse deer, civet cats, jackals, jungle cats, spotted hyena and hare. The birds seen nesting inside the premises of the sanctuary includes peafowl, grey jungle fowl, red spur fowl etc. Endowed with excellent natural forest, abundance of vegetal cover and the presence of small and big water bodies are other attractions of Nagzira Wildlife sanctuary.

Tadoba National Park

Just 138 Km

Tadoba National Park is situated in the district of Chandrapur in the north-eastern part of Maharashtra, often referred to as “The Jewel of Vidarbha’s”. It is the oldest national park in Maharashtra.

The park was established in 1935 and declared as a National Park in 1955 and since 1995, the area comprising the Tadoba National Park and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary together was designated as Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. It is the second the area of the reserve is 625.40 sq.km. This includes Tadoba National Park, created in 1955 with an area of 116.55 sq.km and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary created in 1986 with an area of 508.85 sq.km. The park consists of around 50 Bengal Tigers. Along with this, other frequently spotted wildlife are Sambar, Gaur, Chinkara, Leopard, Cat, Pangolin, Panther, Spotted Deer, Sloth Bear, Chasings, Nilgai, Barking Deer, Indian Bison, Wild Dog, Hyena, Jackals etc. Late nights are best to see Tigers, Leopards, Gaur, Sambar and Chital. Tadoba National Park also an ornithologist’s paradise with a varied diversity of migratory birds and water birds. Python, Bengal monitor lizard and crocodiles are other inhabitants of this park. The main attraction of the park is the jungle safari.

Nawegaon National Park

Just 161 Km

Nawegaon Bandh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Sakoli Tahsil, in the adjacent district, Bhandara. It is situated approximately 161 Kms. away from Hotel from Hotel to Bhandara then Sakoli then Nawegaon Road. It has a railway station at Deulganv on the Gondia-Brahmaputra N/G railway line and about 40 Kms. away from Gondia. Nawegaon is Vidarbha’s most popular forest resort and one of the ultimate adventure sports. The park is spread over an area of 135 sq.kms It is said to have been built by Kolu Patel Kholi in the beginning of the 18th century. There’s a picturesque lake set in the midst of hill ranges with watch towers that enable you to view wildlife.

The Deer park, Dr.Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, beautiful gardens, children’s park etc. are other important spots. Almost 60% of the bird species found in Maharashtra have been recorded in Nawegaon. Every winter, huge flocks of migratory ducks visit the lake. You can also see leopards, sloth bear, gaur, sambar, chital, languor etc. One can also join the jungle safari and stroll through the beautiful forest, crossing paths with leopards, sloth bears, gaurs, sambar, cheetahs and languor’s. Staying in the unique treetop house, boating on the lake are some other other pastimes one can enjoy over here.


Just 239 Km

Chikhaldara is the sole hill resort in the Vidarbha’s Region. It is situated at an altitude of 1118 m and has the added dimension of being the only coffee-growing area in Maharashtra. It abounds in wildlife – panthers, sloth bears, sambar, wild boar and even the rarely seen wild dogs. Close by is the famous Melghat Tiger Project which has 82 tigers.

The scenic beauty of Chikhaldara can be enjoyed from Hurricane Point, Prospect Point and Devi Point. Other interesting excursions include Gavilgad and Narnala Fort, the Pandit Nehru Botanical Garden, The Tribal Museum and the Semadoh Lake. The nearest railhead is Badnera on the Central Railway.

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