We call Nagpur Orange City. We also boast of it as the second greenest city in the country.
The real colour of Nagpur, however, is red. Kharra Red.
On World No Tobacco Day, here's how Nagpurkars took a jibe at our own disgusting habit:
Imagine a Kharra-spitting viper (karyakarta) giving u gyaan on harmful effects of processed /chemical-yukt/ non-veg food. #Nagpur— Desi_Jobless (@dotnagpur) May 29, 2017
Krk Ko kbhi Nagpur ka kharra khilana mu Ko lock lg jayega— abhilash vadluri (@abhilasshhhh) May 6, 2017
*where r u from?* *nagpur* *bhau kharra h kya?* ???????? #indianstereotypes— hima_says (@841heemanshu) April 9, 2017
^Where you from?— k!ta₹p (@ChhapriSala) March 6, 2017
^Mitra kharra de kharra, ajun santrabarfi aanli ka be? https://t.co/WM01E9geTa
Nagpur kharra jo 2 repaye ka tha aaj 35 ka ho gaya within 10 years or ⛽ 1rs bad Jaye to public bawal Macha deti hai????????????— Vishal Singh Rajput (@vvv_singh) March 4, 2017
Nagpuri Finds Jadoo takes him home, Nagpuri - kya khayega?— Rj Akki (@Akkimeranaam) January 18, 2017
Jadoo - dhuup, Nagpuri - kaay be te roj khate ghe KHARRA kha ???? #Nagpur
Pehle dharti bohot khubsurat thi fir kharra khane wale aa gaye #Nagpur ????????????— Rj Akki (@Akkimeranaam) December 29, 2016