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Dhantoli is located in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. It is densely populated and suffers from congestion. It is home to a large number of hospitals and other establishments & is called "Hospitoli" by the locals.
Dhantoli is a well-known business center in Nagpur, and was seen as an upmarket residential area in the past. This area was 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) were all based in this region. But now it has become an ugly concrete jungle unsuitable for residence. Lokmat and The Hitavada are renowned daily newspapers that are published in Dhantoli.
Sports and Recreation
One of the oldest stadiums in Nagpur, the Yashwant Stadium located just opposite the filthy Nag nala, 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. Patwardhan Grounds, another recreational zone in the area, is a popular venue for organizing activities such as performance exhibitions, and the circus.