Pushkar Real Estate, a trusted name in real estate has accomplished to its credit 29 layouts in just 3 years in the vicinity of the MIHAN at Nagpur and also near Butibori Area.
Conceived by one and founded by three, Pushkar is now team of about 40 committed people.
In 2007 Pushkar tied up with one of the Country's largest real estate agency to market across Maharashtra, and some major parts of India. Pushkar also tied with World's Second Largest Real Estate retail firm and marked its presence in the Middle East.
Selling over 6 million Sq. Ft. of land in Nagpur has given Pushkar the impetus to enter into construction industry in the nearest future.
Pushkar aims to be "One Stop Shop" for the real estate needs in Nagpur, Vidarbha and beyond.
Nagpur also known as the "Orange City" The second Capital of Maharashtra. Located in the centre of India, The Countrie's Zero Mile Point, Now a city on the move, from a Tier II city to heading towards a Tier I status, because of its Prestigious MIHAN Project.
Nagpur is a city in India which is located in the state of Maharashtra and is home to nearly to 2.5 million people. Not only is Nagpur the third largest city of Maharashtra, but it also has so much to offer those who live in it, as well as tourists who visit it. Nagpur is known as the orange city because it is most famous for its large mandarin Nagpur oranges.
The city is a major milestone for India because it is such a major industrial, commercial and transportation center. Not only is the city of Nagpur filled with institutions that provide you with the opportunity to further your education, but it is also filled with many job opportunities for those who live here. Whether you are looking to go to college or to just start out in the work field, you will find that there are opportunities for you here, either way.
As you can see, there are many great aspects of the city of Nagpur. Whether you are planning to move to Nagpur or if you are simply planning to visit the city as a tourist, you should know that there are both wonderful opportunities for you here.
Nagpur district is located between 21*45 N to 20*30 N and 78*15 E to 79*45 E, which essentially indicates that Nagpur district is located in the Deccan Plateau. The adjoining districts are Bhandara on the east, Chandrapur on the south, Amravati and Wardha on the west and in the north shares the boundary with Madhya Pradesh. It is practically at geographical center of India, in fact the zero milestone of India is in this city. All major highways NH-7 ( Varanasi - Kanyakumari ) & NH-6 (Mumbai - Sambalpur - Calcutta) and major railways trunk route (Mumbai, Chennai, Howrah * Delhi) pass through the city. Important Central & State Government offices and institutions are located in Nagpur. Industrial Development is existing along the fringe areas like Kamptee, Hingna, Wadi, Khapri, Butibori and Kalmeshwar.
"Nagpur is rated best city for investment in property.
Business community rates, Nagpur as a city with fastest growing Crorepatis in Central India.
International Cricket Stadium is coming up very close to the most developing area MIHAN.
Nagpur's strength lays in human capital, which includes both availability and cost, relatively low cost of real estate, reasonable good infrastructure."
A Survey of 30 IT/ITES Companies was carried out apart from companies within Nagpur it self to ascertain their views on Nagpur as a potential IT/ITES Hub and their willing ness to take up space in an IT Park developed by L&T.
Being located in the centre of a transit for all most all the trains that span the Country lengthwise or breadth wise, including all four of India’s major metropolitan cities. It has two railway stations Nagpur Railway Station and Ajni Railway station. Nagpur is declared as an International Airport and flights to Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai and Doha have already started with many international routes in the pipeline. Six National Highways pass through the city connecting all major cities in the country with a road travel distance, conveniently connected with four metros by rail, road and air.
Nagpur is the second largest student populated city in Maharashtra.
Engineering Institutions and 9 Medical Institutes producing around 8700 Engineering Graduates and 3000 medical graduates yearly. The attrition rates are relatively low in Nagpur and as per industry sources it is in the range of 15% to 18% where as in other centers across India it can range between 30-60%.
On scale of 1 to 10,one being the lowest and ten being the highest, the companies rated the over quality of the students who graduate from institutes from Nagpur between six and seven.
Nagpur which appears as one single city is in fact a twin city strategically planned by different rulers in different periods. The present Nagpur was occupied by 12 small hamlets known by the name of "Rajpur Barsa" till 1686 A.D. The inhabitants were primarily Gonds and Adivasis in the wooden fort on the hills at Deogarh about 30 miles from present Chhindwara. Deogarh kingdom included whole a Modern Chhindwara, Nagpur, Bhandara, Seoni, Balaghat, Betul and Hoshangabad Districts upto Chanda in the South. The Deogarh kingdom gained prominence and enjoyed power for nearly 200 years from Raja Jatba's period till the conquest by Raghuji Bhonsla.
The Gond Rajas moved from Haryagarh to Deogarh and to Nagpur as their political power slowly flourished.
Bakht Bulland Shah formed Nagpur city after 1686 and named it so after lord Nag. Nag River (Nag Nallah) was actually a waste water stream and then Nagpur was located on it's banks. Bakht Bulland shah's eldest son Chand Sultan became the king in 1706 and made Nagpur his capital by shifting his court from Deogarh Fort. Raja Chand Sultan constructed the Killa palace in Mahal and fortified it with a 3 mile wall in circumference. An emblem of Nagpur as the Capital of Deogarth Kingdom and ruins from that by-gone era, still exists in Mahal area of the city. He prepared the first Development plan of Nagpur city and continued it's work for next 33 years of his regime. During this time, he constructed Telengkhedi Tank, Telengkhedi Garden, Ambajhari Lake, Maharajbagh, Sukrawari Tank and the remains of Killa palace. The planning and implementation were based on perfect town planning principles.
The city's misery began after the death of Raja Chand Sultan in 1739. Due to infighting, Raghuji Bhonsla, captured Wali Shah to reinstate Burhan Shah on the Kingdom of Deogarh. As gratitude the kingdom's part comprising Gondwana, Pauni, Marwad and Balaghat were given to raghoji Sena Saheb. The Maratha chieftain came and lived in Nagpur and Deogarh. In 1742 A.d. Raghuji Bhonsla got established in place of Raj-Gond Maharajas and the Deogarh family was ousted without any bloodshed. Under the Bhonsla regime the condition of the city deteriorated further due to infighting. Finally the Bhonsalas lost power to the Britishers in the battle of sitabuldi on November 26-27, 1817.
The British Government realizing the locational importance of Nagpur amended original city plan of Chand sultan to meet to their requirements. In 1936 the Britishers established Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) for city's development. The city became the capital of Central Province & Berar state and old Madhya Pradesh. After re-organizing of states, half of Deogarh Kingdom went to Maharashtra as also Nagpur, which was adopted as the second capital of the state, but actually it deserved the status of the second capital of India.
Britishers, with the help of M/s Patrice Geddes and S.V. Lancaster, famous town planning experts planned to convert Nagpur into a garden city. The Britishers mooted NIT to provide controlled expansion of Nagpur city. The Civil Station Expansion Scheme was subsequently sanctioned as NIT scheme on June 20, 1939. The Britishers wanted to develop their own city to the west of old Nagpur which was the capital of Deogarh Kingdom. Nagpur was being developed to enable Britishers to control its operations from Nagpur and hence a second twin city was planned and action started since 1853 D.D. Itself. Britishers wanted to establish Governor's province at the centre of India to rule the nation from spot of old Nagpur. At Sitabuldi Britishers constructed GIP Railway from Bombay to Nagpur with main station on the east of Sitabuldi Fort and extended Nagpur-Itarsi Line and opened Delhi-Madras route dividing the old Nagpur on East and North Nagpur and West and South Nagpur. Three major water tanks were planned by the Britishers to control the strategic points as check points. Historically the present Nagpur Mahanagar Building was the official residence of the British agent - Chief Commissioner. The National Highways used to cross at Variety Square as the only junction crossing of East, West, North & South Trunk Routes. With the main railway and road junctions on the west side in Sitabuldi, the Britishers planned full control of this junction to control the city.
It was so planned as to keep the present Mahal area as the City Centre in old Nagpur and the City Centre of new Nagpur was proposed at the Square crossing South North and South East running West High Court Road and East West running Central Bazar Road at Bajaj Nagar. The Policy was to provide city center to both the city on East and West of railway line crossing. Variety Square area was to be kept free from all congestions. The Sitabuldi main railway station, variety square were placed close as important centers controlling parts of the twin city.
Two Master plans were formulated and established by NIT - Civil Station Expansion Scheme of over 3,000 acres between Wardha Road and Amravati Road junction of est and west Sitabuldi as center and over 110 acres between Sitabuldi and Cradock Town (present Dhantoli area) to the east of Wardha Road. NIT was supposed to keep the development plan of the Britishers a close secret and hence it had very few public representatives by keeping majority ex-officio executives to control affairs as per the British law. This also ensured that the British plans of development remained a secret to meet their needs. After India's independence. NIT took over the development of these plans and subsequently changed the plans sans proper town planning and implementation. As such four plans were implemented by NIT. (a) Greater Nagpur Plan of 1946 (b) Master Plan to 1953 (c) Aped plan of 1968 and (d) Development Plan of 1976. The Development plan of 1986 revised upto 1999 is currently under consideration.
Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning (MRTP) Act was passed in 1966.In Nagpur it was redundant due to NIT's presence as the latter had taken number of schemes of development under it's control (Source NT-7/7/89; NT-13/5/90; NT-14/8/93 and NT-30/12/87).
The Nagpur Muncipal Corporation (NMC) which was formed for improvement of city under the CITY of Nagpur Corporation Act, 1948 (CNC Act) was primarily given the responsibility of upkeeping and maintenance of civic amenities but the planning authority remained NIT. Recently the NMC has also been a given the status of a planning authority for areas under it's control. Overlapping rules & planning by the NIT, NMC and the Town Planning Authority under the MRTP Act are still a contentious issue to be resolved. This is a unique case in Maharashtra. Hence the tale of Nagpur has been that of lost glory.
Given this past, lately Nagpur is witnessing substantial initiatives and steps, being taken for the development. However, needless to say that a proper Master Plan which is implementable remains a need of the hour. In fact the development Plan which is under approval is so old that it is almost redundant even before it's implementation.
Government exercising its powers under the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act 1966 established the Nagpur Region Co-terminus with the entire Nagpur District boundary under it's notification No. TPS-2490/568/DR-28/UD-9 dated November 15, 91. The region thus covers the earlier Nagpur Metropolitan region of which the plan was sanctioned by Government in 1976.
Sanskruti Bachat Bhawan,
Normal School Area,
Opp. Laxmi Theatre,
Sita Building, Nagpur - 440 012,
Phone : 91-712-533325
Fax : 91-712-560680
Trade Wings Exchange 2538437
Dr. Munje Road,
Phone : 0712-533325
North Latitude - 210.07; East longitude - 790.07 Height above mean sea level - 312.42 mtrs.
Location - It is practically at geographical center of India, in fact the zero milestone of India is in this city. All major highways NH-7 ( Varanasi - Kanyakumari ) & NH-6 (Mumbai - Sambalpur - Calcutta) amd major railways trunk route (Mumbai, Chennai, Howrah * Delhi) pass through the city. Important Central & State Government offices and institutions are located in Nagpur. Industrial Development is existing along the fringe areas like Kamptee, Hingna, Wadi, Khapri, Butibori and Kalmeshwar.
Maximum, Average & Minimum Rain fall are 1993 mm, 1205 mm and 606 mm respectively.
Nagpur's Municipal Limits encompass 217.56 Square Kms of land areas.
Nagpur is 837 kms. From Mumbai, 1094 Kms south of Delhi, 1092 kms north of Chennai and 1140 kms west of Calcutta.
Humidity 70% 20%
Elevation 274.5 mtrs to 652.70 mtrs
Forest Cover is 28% i.e. 2818 sq. kmrs
(for Nagpur District)
Nagpur generally has a dry tropical weather
Climate : The climate of Nagpur follows a typical seasonal monsoon weather pattern. The peak temperatures are usually reached in May/June and can be as high as 48°C. The onset of monsoon is usually from July and the season extends up to September, with monsoon peaking during July and August. After monsoons, the average temperature varies between 27°C and approx 6 to 7°C right through December and January.
Road Links : The district is well connected by roads with all industrial centres of the Country. National Highways passing through Nagpur are Bombay Calcutta NH-6 & Kanyakumari Varanasi NH-7.
The length of the roads in the Nagpur district is as under :
Rail Links : Electrified broad gauge railway track connects Nagpur to all four major metros. The length of broad gauge railwayline is 266.06 kms and that of narrow gauge railway line is 134.32 kms. Destinations connected included Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Kolhapur, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Jammu, Amritsar, Lucknow, Varanasi, Bhubaneshwar, Trivendrum, Cochin, Gorakhpur, Visakhapatnam, Bangalore, Mangalore, Patna, Indore.
Air Routes : The Sonegaon Airport is 8 kilometers south of Nagpur City. It is connected to Mumbai, Calcutta, Delhi Hyderabad, Pune, Bhubaneswar, Raipur.
The Civil Lines being the prime locality most of government offices and residential bungalows are housed here, which the Bombay High Court Bench and the Vidhan Bhavan, Forest Divisional Office, Reserve Bank of India, Command House, etc. The area is noted for its greenery and cleanliness.
Sitabuldi is the main commercial part of the city. It contains numerous shops of all sizes and the largest wholesale vegetable market in Nagpur. Sitabuldi Main Road is one of the main shopping streets in the area. Also located in Sitabuldi is the Sitabuldi Fort. It is situated on an elevated area. Being under the control of the Indian Army, the fort is only open to the public on two occasions every year -- August 15 (Independence Day) and January 26 (Republic Day). The longest flyover in Nagpur has its origin in Sitabuldi and terminates at Lokmat Square, approximately 1.5 kilometer away.
Dharampeth is noted for a variety of up-scale shops, restaurants, and a retail vegetable market.
Ramdaspeth contains numerous up-scale shops, public and private offices, and malls.
Itwari is the wholesale business center of Nagpur.
Mahal is the old part of Nagpur, and is noted for its relatively narrow streets and crowded residential quarters.
Kalamna is the one of the largest wholesale market most likely oranges and grain market in Asia.
|Saibaba Temple||Nr. Chhatrapati Square, Wardha Road|
|Tekdi Ganesh Temple||Nr. Nagpur Railway Station|
|Sankat Mochan Temple||Telangkhedi|
|Shri Ramkrishna Temple||Ramkrishan Math, Dhantoli|
|Shri Ram Temple||Nr.Ram Nagar Square|
|Poddareshwar Ram Temple||Central Avenue Road|
|Deeksha Bhoomi||South Ambazari Road|
|Balaji Mandir||Seminary Hills|
|Chota Taj Bagh||Umred Road|
|Ramdeobaba Temple||Katol Road|
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" For the last so many decades history shows that there is a multiple growth in properties. During the last 5 years, Nagpur has seen the all round boom and that too above 50% in almost all fields. "
Throughout India as well as internatioly easy connalnectivity by Road, Rail & Air.
Greenest City of India, Biggest Consumer Market of India.
Medical Colleges : GMC, IGMC, NK Salve, Institute of Medical Science etc.
Engineering Colleges : VNIT, LIT, IIMT, NEERI, YCCE, Raisoni Group, Govt. Fire Engineering, Fire Engineering, etc.
Central Govt HQs : MECL, MOIL, WCL, HQML, IAF and Ordnance Factory Ambajhari, etc.
There are many proposals open for investment in Nagpur Realities. Firstly, you may check the following points before investing in any properties :
Plot No. 94, Temple Road,
Behind Gupta Towers (Pantaloons)
Civil Lines, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Phone No. +91-712-2540036
Cell No. : +91-9921131133