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Events in Nagpur

Nagpur, known as the orange city of India is one of the biggest city in Maharashtra. Some of the iconic landmarks in Nagpur includes Deshabhoomi, Empress Mill and National Fire Service College. Here is Collabo’c curated list of the best event in Nagpur for this weekend. Have a great weekend !

 1. Open Mic Sunday

URCOFFEETALKS is hosting an open mic at Shadows Café on 7th July. It will be a platform for every performer or artist to showcase their talents. An evening filled with fun, music and laughter is guaranteed.

 2.  Creation Boot Camp

The Lemon School of Entrepreneurship is hosting a Creation Boot Camp in Nagpur on 7th July, 10am – 2pm. It will focus on learning to design thinking to create anything. It will help one learn design thinking, venture creation, the idea to project/product, new initiative design, problem empathy, W’s of entrepreneurship and a lot more

 3. Rock Star

Rock Star is a music event hosted by the Fashion Hub, Nagpur. It will be in Shirdi Nagar, Plot 52. Nagpur. Enjoying some good music will be the best way to spend the weekend.

 4. Orange Orchard Tour

Nagpur is known for its famous orange orchards. The orbs of citrusy delight that we know by the name of oranges are the specialty of this region and you will not be able to find oranges as sweet and juicy in any other part of the country. The tours show the entire process of growing oranges and best practices to observe while planting oranges. 

5. Trekking at Chikhaldara

Chikhaldara is a hill station in the Amravati district of Maharashtra.  Lying at an altitude of 1118 m above sea level, Chikhaldhara is the only hill station of the Vidharba Region, thus making it a great destination for people from all over the state. Chikhaldara is featured in the Mahabharata, this is the place where Bheema killed the villainous Keechaka in a herculean bout and then threw him into the valley

6. Sunset at Futala Lake

Futala Lake is Nagpur’s crown jewel. Built by the Bhosle kings of Nagpur, the lake is spread over 60 acres and is known for its coloured fountains. A trip to Nagpur is considered incomplete without a visit to Futala Lake. The approach lane to the lake is filled with street-side food stalls that sell some amazing chaat