Madhya pradesh Railways Map

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Madhya Pradesh Railway Map

The state of Madhya Pradesh is situated in central India. It is the second largest Indian state by area and the sixth largest state by population.

It has a total area of 308,252 sq km and comprises of 50 districts which are well connected by Indian railways. The Madhya Pradesh railway map shows the various stations, routes and places of importance accurately and will be helpful in guiding the travelers to their destination. There are various trains that reach the cities of Madhya Pradesh from all over the country. The span of railways in Madhya Pradesh is 4,948 km. The state has an extensive line of railway network and boast of around 199 main railway stations, along with many railway junctions. Some important railway stations in Madhya Pradesh are: Ashok Nagar, Bhopal Junction, Bina Junction, Gwalior, Indore Junction, Jabalpur, Ujjain Junction, etc.

Last Updated on : 16th March 2013



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