Zero Mile Stone (Nagpur)
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Zero Mile Stone Nagpur

123 Zero Mile Stone (Marathi: ) is a monument built by British during Great Trigonometrical Survey of India in 1907 in Nagpur, Maharashtra.[1][2] The Zero Mile Stone consists of a pillar made up of sandstone and another small stone representing the GTS Standard Bench Mark, and four stucco horses that were added later. The height of the top of the pillar is 1020.171 feet above mean sea level.[3] In 2008, The Times of India undertook to maintain the monument for the next 5 years.[4]

Contrary to the popular belief, there is no verifiable evidence that it is a monument locating the geographical centre of colonial India in the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra,[5] or that the Zero Mile Stone was erected by the British to use this point to measure all the distances.[6]

The following table gives the distances from Zero Mile in Nagpur to places as marked on the hexagonal base of the pillar

Place Distance in Miles Direction
Kowtah 62 South
Hyderabad 318 South-East
Chandah 125 South-East
Raipur 174 East
Jabalpur 170 North-East
Seoni 79 North-East
Chindwarah 83 North-West
Baitool 101 West

References

  1. ^ "Image of Inscription at Zero Mile Monument". TripAdvisor. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Ganesan, P (1 December 2007). "A method of transferring G.T.S. benchmark value to survey area using electronic total station". NIO Technical Report. Vishakapatnam, India: National Institute of Oceanography (2007/04). Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Image of Inscription at Zero Mile Monument". TripAdvisor. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "Zero miles stone". The Times of India. 16 May 2008. Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ "Zero Mile". Archived from the original on 16 August 2010.
  6. ^ G. V. Joshi (25 August 2001). "Zero miles stone". The Hindu. Retrieved 2011.

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