Dhantoli

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Yashwant Stadium in Dhantoli

Dhantoli is located in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.[1] It is densely populated and suffers from congestion. It is home to a large number of hospitals and other establishments.[2]

Business center[edit]

Dhantoli is a well-known business center in Nagpur, and is seen as an upmarket residential area.[1] The city is home to several successful business executives, corporate money players, professionals, and artists. Vikram Pandit, a former CEO of Citigroup; V.R. Manohar, a prominent Indian lawyer and former Advocate General of Maharashtra; and Shashank Manohar, a former President, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are all based in this region.[3] Lokmat and The Hitavada are renowned daily newspapers that are published in Dhantoli.

Sports and Recreation[edit]

One of the oldest stadiums in Nagpur, the Yashwant Stadium, is located in Dhantoli. The stadium needs restoration, since it is largely unused, and is primarily viewed as a street market center used by locals.[4] Patwardhan Grounds, another recreational zone in the area, is a popular venue for organizing activities such as performance exhibitions, and the circus.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Dhantoli India Tourist Information. Touristlink.com.
  2. ^ "17 more hospitals to come up in Dhantoli". The Times of India. 19 January 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2013. 
  3. ^ Dhantoli India Tourist Information. Touristlink.com.
  4. ^ Yeshwant Stadium – Nagpur. Wikimapia.org.

Coordinates: 21°08′N 79°05′E / 21.133°N 79.083°E / 21.133; 79.083