Nagpur is located at 79 degrees 7 minutes east longitude along with 21 degrees 7 minute north longitude. The city is located at a height of 312.42 meters above SL. The distance from Delhi is 1094 kilometers while from Mumbai it is 837 besides being 1140 kilometers and 1092 Km from Calcutta and Chennai respectively. The city has hot weather from April to June when the temp reaches close to 48 degree Celsius. The Monsoon starts in July and remains till September. July and August is the peak time for rains.
Hills of Nagpur
Although a majority of areas of the city happens to be an undulating plain, it is covered with some low hill ranges. In the north 12 miles of the city and the district, areas are covered by a strip of Satpura hills which is more towards the east. The immediate south lays over the western extremity of the Ambagarh hills where you can find the popular temples of Ramtek. The other low range hills run across the western border of the Nagpur and extend towards the south-east past of Umrer getting a break near the Wunna river. Then you have Pilkapar hills, which remains the third small range, seen over the Katol tehsil of Nagpur. Besides, in the city, you have a small area of hills located in Sitabaldi in Nagpur city.
Rivers In Nagpur
Few rivers within the city are worth mentioning here and play their part in the agriculture of the district. One of the important rivers in Nagpur includes the Godavari that flows within the city of Nagpur. The other rivers in Nagpur include Nag River, Sur River, Pench River, Wainganga River, Kanhan River, Chandrabhaga River, Aam River, Pilli River, Kolar River, Bor River, Wardha River, Vena River, and Jam River to name a few.
Lakes In Nagpur
The presence of natural resources is also one of the interesting features of Nagpur, which made the mining industry to prosper. The presence of companies like MOIL, Western Coalfield Limited and Indian Bureau of Mines vouch to this fact. Thanks to the rich repository of natural resources found in Nagpur and its vicinity that has become an important source for the rest of the country