Leading Families Of Nagpur
Subhedar Family

The Subhedar family belonged originally to Khandesh, and their ancestor. Venkat Rao, was Subhedar or District Officer of Chhattisgarh in the time of Raghuji I, having under his jurisdiction the semi-independent samindaris and Feudatory States. His sons Sakharam and  Ganpat Rao were Subhedars of Chhattisgarh and Bhandara respectively and the latter entered the British service after the annexation of his three sons Govind Rao Subhedar is an Honorary magistrate and Manager of the Bhonsla Estate, and Sadashiva Rao and Nilkanth Rao are respectively District. Judge and Sub-Judge in the provincial Judicial Service. The family own 15 villages in Bhandara. The Butis are a well-known banking family, being Charak Brahmans b caste. They are descended in three lines from on Sadashiva Buti, who resided at Kuhi in Umrer tahsil. Their original name was Gharjale and the surname of Buti is said to be a corruption of both, a small brass pot, as they formerly carried this pot to collect money from their debtors. The eldest grandson of Sadashiva Rao was Rai Bahadur Mukund Balkrishna Buti, who was of a very public-spirited character, His son and successor is Gopal Rao, who has three son; his estate is worth about a lakh a year. Rao Bahadur Vinayak Jageshwar Buti was another Grandson of Sadashiva, and also gave large donations to public objects. He was succeeded by an adopted son Balaji. A third branch is represented by four brothers, great-grandsons of Sadashiva, of whom three, Atmaram Amrit, Krishna RAo and, Ram Chandra Rao are alive, and the first and third of these are honorary Magistrates. All the members of the family are wealthy. The kaptan family who derive their surname from the English word Captain, also held high military offices under the Bhonslas.

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City In 18th Century
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Empress Mill In The City
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Railway In 1867
Nagpur Tahsil
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Top Popular Places in Nagpur


Nagpur is not just the geographical center of India but also a hub for tourism, thanks to its plethora of attractions ranging from historical landmarks to natural wonders. Here are the top 25 places that make Nagpur a memorable destination: Deekshabhoomi Deekshabhoomi, a Dhamma Chakra Stupa, is a sacred site in Nagpur. This stupa, which honors the magnificent Sanchi Stupa, was constructed by renowned architect Sheo Dan Mal. Here, you can take in tranquil moments and get a peek into Buddhist art, architecture, and culture. Historians are al

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