Next, we chose to visit is the famous Balaji Mandir Temple Nagpur, which was more popular than any other Balaji temple located in other parts of the country. We boarded a taxi for reaching this temple from the Sitabuldi Fort. It was built in the heart of the city and crafted beautifully. The temple was famous for Lord Balaji, which is considered to be the most commonly worshipped Hindu God. We learnt that every year a large number of devotees come to this temple to worship Lord Balaji and it was evident from the rush that we had to face.
We got to see different kinds of stalls placed in the area surrounding the temple. The name of the deity that was placed in this temple was Lord Kartikeya and according to the Hindu mythology, he was the commander-in-chief of the Hindu Gods. The best attraction of this temple was the scenic beauty, which surrounded the temple, built on the Seminary Hills. The pleasing natural beauty added to the temple’s harmony. Since Lord Balaji is one of the prime Gods of the Hindu religion, we saw many people from various parts of India visiting this holy temple.
Travelling to this place was not difficult as it was connected to the remaining portions of the state via buses and rickshaws. The Balaji Mandir Temple Nagpur was certainly one of the most revered places and surrounded by the scenic delight and tranquillity of the reputed Seminar Hills in the surrounding areas. The natural beauty of the place added more to its glory and enchanted tourists like us. Many foreign travellers also visited the place and they came to pray to Lord Balaji. The charming surrounding of the Balaji Mandir Temple here was one of the major reasons for its popularity. After enjoying the peace, calmness and beauty of this religious temple, we decided to visit the famous wild life sanctuary in Nagpur and it is considered another famous tourist destination. My daughter, Sanvi was extremely excited to visit the sanctuary which was famous for its wide range of animals and birds. The sanctuary was also well-known for its different ancient trees, which were under the forest department.