Capitol Heights is located at Medical Square, the heart of Nagpur, which itself is the heart of the country. Nagpur is considered Maharashtra’s second capital as the state Vidhan Sabha holds the annual winter session here. The city is also the geographical center of India – as marked by the magnificent Zero Mile structure which has inspired the Capitol Heights emblem. Capitol Heights enjoys excellent connectivity to schools, colleges, markets, hospitals, commercial establishments.
Tata’s Nagpur connection
Jamsetji Tata, founder of the Tata Group and endearingly called the “father of Indian industry”, set up India’s first textile mill at Nagpur in 1874. The mill was popularly known as "Empress Mills" as it was inaugurated on 1 January 1877, the day Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India. The mill, which was later run by Maharashtra State Textile Corporation (MSTC), closed down in 2007. At the time, the 110-year-old mill was the oldest mill in India. The J N Tata Parsi Girls High School, in the city, was also set up by the group.
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