Hotel Siddhartha Inn

90 Central Avenue, nr Agrasen Square, Gandhibagh, Nagpur, Maharashtra, 440018, India
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The History Of Nagpur City

by S.H.A.D.A.B


With the Bhonsle dynasty came the vast class of cultivators in Vidarbha. Raghuji's successors lost some territories to the Peshwas of Pune and the Nizam of Hyderabad. In 1803, Bhonsles (along with their allies Scindias [Shinde] of Gwalior) at Assaye and Argaon (Argaum). In 1811 Pindaris attacked Nagpur. Bhonsles again lost to the British in 1817 and Nagpur came under British influence. In 1853 Raghuji III died without an heir to his kingdom. As a result, the city lapsed into British control under Lord Dalhousie's Doctrine of Lapse. { This policy was one of the reasons which led to the Indian War of Independence [Sepoys' Mutiny : as referred to by the British] in 1857}

In 1861, Nagpur became the capital of the Central Provinces. The advent of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway (GIP) in 1867 spurred its development as a trade centre. After Indian independence, Nagpur became the capital of Madhya Bharat state (C.P. and Berar). In 1960, the marathi majority Vidarbha region was merged with the new state of Maharashtra and Nagpur was designated the second capital of Maharashtra state, alternating with Mumbai (Bombay) as the seat of the Maharashtra state legislature.


timeline chart of history of Nagpur.
Early 18th century A.D. - Nagpur city founded by the Gond king "Bakht Buland" of Devgad. He founded the city by joining the twelve small hamlets formerly known as "Rajapur Barasa" or "Barasta"

? Nagpur becomes the capital of the Bhonsles
1769 Nagpur burnt in 1769 and again partially burnt in 1811 by the Pendharis
1817 The battle of Sitabuldi & Nagpur fought which secured British influence in these territories
1853 Nagpur was incorporated into the British territory.
1854 Mr. Mansel takes charge of Nagpur as the first commissioner
1861 Nagpur city becomes the capital of Central Provinces
1867 First train steams out of the city
1901 C.P. Club founded
1911 The Hitavada a leading english daily launched
1912 Foundation stone of Vidhan Sabha laid
1923 Nagpur University founded
1934 Gondwana Club founded, Nav Bharat a leading Hindi daily launched
1947 AIR founded
1950 Nagpur made capital of M.P. state
1956 Dr. Ambedkar converts thousands of dalits to Buddhism at Deeksha Bhoomi
1960 Nagpur passed onto Maharashtra State

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