Madhya Pradesh State
List Of Districts in Madhya Pradesh
Alirajpur    Anuppur    Ashoknagar    Balaghat    Barwani    Betul    Bhind    Bhopal    Burhanpur   
Chhatarpur    Chhindwara    Damoh    Datia    Dewas    Dhar    Dindori    East Nimar    Guna   
Gwalior    Harda    Hoshangabad    Indore    Jabalpur    Jhabua    Katni    Khargone    Mandla   
Mandsaur    Morena    Narsinghpur    Neemuch    Panna    Raisen    Rajgarh    Ratlam    Rewa   
Sagar    Satna    Sehore    Seoni    Shahdol    Shajapur    Sheopur    Shivpuri    Sidhi   
Singrauli    Tikamgarh    Ujjain    Umaria    Vidisha   
Untitled Document Madhya Pradesh Morena Bhind Gwalior Sheopur Datia Shivpuri Guna Ashoknagar Tikamgarh Chattarpur Panna Satna Rewa Sidhi Singrauli Shahdol Annupur Umaria Katni Dindori Damoh Jabalpur Sagar Mandla Balaghat Seoni Chhindwara Narsingpur Betul Vidisha Raisen Hoshangabad Bhopal Sehore Harda Burhanpur East Nimar Dewas Shajapur Rajgarh Neemuch Mandsaur Ratlam Ujjain Indore Jhabua Dhar Alirajpur Barwani Khargone
     Tourist Places in Madhya Pradesh
   Cities in Madhya Pradesh
    Railway Stations in Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal Junction  
Jabalpur Junction  
Ratlam Junction  
Katni Junction  
Satna Junction  
Gwalior Junction  
Bina Junction  
Khandwa Junction  
Ujjain Junction  
Nagda Junction  
Indore Junction  
Anuppur Junction  
Dewas Junction  
    Temples in Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh Map  

        Second largest area, 7th in population, the name Madhya Pradesh itself is a pointer to its geographical location in the map of India. Madhya Pradesh is located in the plains of two rivers Narmada (to the south) and Tapti and other than the plains of Chhattisgarh (to the east), it is situated at a height of 1500 ft on the plateau of Bindhya and Satpura mountains. The state of MP can be divided into 2 natural regions- the Malwa Plateau and the Hill Ranges. Madhya Pradesh is surrounded by 8 states; to the north UP and Rajasthan; Maharashtra to the south, along with Andhra and Chattisgarh; Jharkhand and Bihar in the east; Gujarat in the West in the west with part of Rajasthan. In the pre- Christ era, Madhya Pradesh was the corridor between the north and the south. Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and the literacy % of MP is 64%. Temples of Khajurao are the instance of their creation; sandstone sculptures of Khajuraho (immortal romantic poetry on stones) are universally acclaimed.  The state is a heaven for the forest and wild life lovers. 

      Tourist spot in Madhya Pradesh in a glance-   Madhya Pradesh has a lot to offer to the tourists. To the north of MP, there is the galaxy of temples founded by Chandela Kings in Khajuraho, Gwalior Fort- the pride of Hindustan, the legendary ballad of Orchha, the glasshouse temple of industrial city Indore, Mandu of Pathan-sculptures palaces- a city of phantoms, the 2nd Ajanta of India- the mural paintings of Tiger cave, Ujjain, once known as the heaven on earth and the cradle of city based civilization in the golden era of the Gupta Kings. Among this the best is the Capital Bhopal, Sanchi- one of the best of Buddhist circuit, National Park or Panchmarhi hill, the marble rocks of Jabalpur-Kanha one of the best National Parks, the land of sacred temples or the seat of God. At the foot of Bindhya there are more than seven hundred caves decorated with painting- Bhimbetka.


Brief history of Madhya Pradesh-

         The historical scenario underwent repeated changes. MP fell to invasion again and again. There were wars between Hindu Kings and Muslims control in the 11th century. In the 13th century Khiljis captured Malwa.  The Guptas came here in the 4rt century AD. India was ushered into the golden era of its history through Madhya Pradesh during the rule of Gupta dynasty.  Earlier the Sungas drove the Mauryas out of MP. Even in the 1st half of the 7th century emperor Harshabardhan ruled this part of India. In the 9th century, the Chandela dynasty ruled MP gloriously.   



        MP is primarily inhabited by the migrant Aryans and aboriginal tribes. Their heritage is ancient and full of diversity. Still today, 40% the Indian tribal live in MP. Their native tongues differ. It is mainly a Hindu state (93%) but people of 377 languages live here. They all know Hindi more or less.



        October – March experience a pleasant climate. The tourists must avoid visiting the place during the extreme hot that is from the month of April- June and the rainy season from the end of June to September. Excess rainfall occurs from June to September western part of MP receives very low rainfall and Northern part receives medium rainfall. In summer percentage of humidity is less but the heat is scorching.



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