Khandwa District Map


District Map of Khandwa

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Covering a total area of 10, 776 sq km, East Nimar (Khandwa District) is positioned on the south-western front of Madhya Pradesh .

According to census 2001, the district has a total population of 17, 08, 170 of which 8, 67, 506 no. of people are literate.

East Nimar (Khandwa District) is predominantly an agricultural district and enjoys the advantage of easy access to natural resources.

The special attractions of the place include Omkareshwar Mandhata, Ghantaghar, Dada Dhuni wale Darbar, Dam at Narmada Nagar, Turja bhawani Mata temple and Gauri kunja.

Facts of Khandwa (East Nimar) District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictKhandwa (East Nimar)
District HQKhandwa
Population (2011)1292042
Growth21.41%
Sex Ratio952
Literacy71.98
Area (km2)7349
Density (/km2) 178
Tehsils Khandwa, Punasa (Mundi), Harsud, Pandhana
Lok Sabha Constituencies Khandwa
Assembly Constituencies Mandhata, Harsud (ST), Khandwa (SC), Pandhana (ST)
Languages Hindi, Nimari, Korku, Malvi
Rivers Narmada, Tapi
Lat-Long 21.902278,76.639023
Travel Destinations Ghantaghar, Omkareshwar Mandhata, caves of Adi Guru Shankaracharya, Sagar Dam, Dada Dhuniwale Darbar, Turja Bhavani Mata Temple, Nav Chandi Devi Dham, Nagchun Dam, Gauri Kunja etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt Arts & Commerce College (Harsood), Makhan Lal Chaturvedi Govt Girls PG College, Shri Nilkantheshwar Govt PG College, Govt College (Mundi) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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