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Nagpur City
Improvement In The City

Apart from the special industries noted, the bulk of general trade has within ten years vary greatly increased. The chief branches of supply trade are concerned with timber and firewood, kerosene oil, imported cloth, leather goods, food stuff, tobacco, aerated water; and ice. The trade in wood is especially heavy. The import of building timber is large, and it accompanied by great activity in brick-making owing to the constant demand for new house building. The installations of oil in the neighborhood of the railway station are now numerous, and the extension of the ordinary food-supply trade necessitates the extension of the sites for the daily and the weekly markets. The consumption of alcoholic liquor has in four years all but doubled, owing chiefly to the increased number of artisans and laborers and to the custom of cart men bringing in cotton and manganese ore. The milk-supply trade has equally increased, but has been less carefully administered. There is a large ice factory. Nagpur is the headquarters of the Administration of the Central provinces and Berar and of the Provincial headquarters for a Commissioner, and a Divisional judge. A Deputy Post Master General, an Inspector of Schools, a Conservator of Forests, and two Executive Engineers, for Roads and Building and for Irrigation, the Deputy Comptroller of Post officers for the Bombay circle, and the Archdeacon of Nagpur also have their headquarters her. There are some twenty large court houses and office. For almost all departments, owing to the development of the Central Provinces and the addition of the Berar Districts, it has been necessary to erect new building is important, its cost being 104 lakhs of the new ones the principal is the Secretariat building, a stately quadrangular pile faced with black basalt and grey sandstone. Excluding this the cost of Government buildings is about 30 lakhs, to which rented building, principally the bungalows of officers, contribute 4 lakhs.

Nagpur History
History And Archeology Of Nagpur
Bakht Buland
British Rule
Gond Kingdom (Deogarh)
Haihaya King
Ponwars Of Malwa
Ram Ruled
Rashtrakuta Kings
Vakataka Rajput Kings
Leading Families Of Nagpur
Ahirrao Family
Bhonsla Family
Bose family
Chitnavis Family
Daga Family
Deshmukh Family
Ghatate Family
Gojar Family
Naik Family
Nimbalkar Family
Pandit Family
Subhedar Family
Upadhe Family
Nag River Of Nagpur
Nagpur City
Agriculture Experiments And Zoological Collection In The City
Bifercation of The City
Churches In Ehe City
City In 18th Century
Education Institutes And Hospital In The City
Empress Mill In The City
Establishment of Municipality In City
Formation of Government Offices In The City
Formation of The City
Improvement In The City
New Places Found In City
Railway In 1867
Nagpur Tahsil
RainFall And Climate Of Nagpur
Why it is called Nagpur