Mandsaur District Map


District Map of Mandsaur

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Lying in the north western part of Madhya Pradesh , Mandsaur is one of the important districts of the state. The district has a total area of 5,521 square kilometers and a population of 11,83,274.

Mandsaur is world famous for its large production of opium. The main industry of the district is the slate pencil industry.

The Mandsaur district is rich in archaeological and historical heritage. Lord Pashupatinath Temple, Gandhi Sagar Dam and Hinglajgarh are some of the popular tourist destinations.

Facts of Mandsaur District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictMandsaur
District HQMandsaur
Population (2011)1965970
Growth23.44%
Sex Ratio840
Literacy71.03
Area (km2)5530
Density (/km2) 242
Tehsils Mandsaur, Malhargah, Garoth, Shamgarh, Dalauda, Bhanpura, Suwasra, Sitamau
Lok Sabha Constituencies Mandsaur
Assembly Constituencies Mandsour, Malhargarh (SC), Suwasra, Garoth
Languages Malvi, Hindi
Rivers -----
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Travel Destinations Temple of Lord Pashupatinath, Nalcha Mata Temple, Gandhi Sagar Dam, Buddhist caves, Chamunda Mata Temple, Shri Yaswant Rai Kothari Ki Chattri, Shri Kaleshhwar Temple, Shri Shankhodwar, Shri Ambe Mata Temple, Shri Nilkanteshwar Mahadev , Mlkana Ashram etc.
Government Colleges/Universities S N Udia PG College (Garoth), Priyadarshini Indira Gandhi Goverment Girls College, Govt College (Sitamau), Rajiv Gandhi Govt PG College, Govt College (Pipariya Mandi), Govt Music College etc.



Last Updated on : June 7, 2018



     


     

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