Tourist places to Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh is the largest state in India, which spreads over 10% of the total area of the country, i.e., more than 3,08,252 sq km. After separating its northern districts for the construction of a new state of Chhattisgarh in Madhya Pradesh, the political limit of Madhya Pradesh was rescheduled in 2000. The total population of Madhya Pradesh is 60,385,118 and the average population density is the lowest in any state of India.
1 bhopal madhya pradesh
Bhopal city is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Here is an unique sight of natural beauty, historical and modernity. In the 11th century Parmar Raja Bhoj had settled in Bhojpal Nagar. Bhojpal’s disfigured form was later called Bhopal. This city was rebuilt by Afghani Soldier friend Mohammed in the 18th century. Bhopal Nagar is built around 2 lakes. In the 19th and 20th centuries, Begum’s rule was often here. One of these was famous for the Shahjahan Begum Nari Mukti Movement.
2 ujjain madhya pradesh
This town is also mentioned in Upanishads and Puranas. It has existed since ancient times. In ancient times Ujjain was the capital of the Avanti state (Mahajanapadas). In that period the place had taken the form of the city. The capital of Maharaj Vikramaditya who suppressed the doubts was also the same city. Parmar Rajputs made Ujjain the capital in the 10th century, but later shifted its capital to Dhar first and then Mandu.
In the ancient times, this city remained as the state capital, but during the Sultanate and Mughal period the town remained as the capital of any state, but during the Sultanate and Mughal period, this city was not fortunate to make any state capital. In the time of Akbar, Ujjain was a district of Malwa Province (Diu). In this period Ujjain was one of the major cities of India. In the 18th century, this town was ruled by the first Marathas, followed by rulers of Holkar dynasty. After this, in 1818 AD the city came under the East India Company. The company made it the district headquarters. Ujjain is also the headquarters of the commissioner.
3 sagar madhya pradesh
This city was named after the famous Hindi word ‘Sagar’, which literally means lake or sea. The obvious reason for this is that this city has been built around a huge lake. This lake, whose area is about 1 square kilometer, has been very beautiful in any age. The history of Sagar city starts from 1660 AD. Udayan Shah, a descendant of Nihal Shah, built a small fort at the same place where the present fort is situated, and he had a village named Parkota which is now a part of the city. A settlement was constructed under the present fort and the walls of the fort, by Govind Rao Pandit, an officer of Peshwa.
4 raisen madhya pradesh
The policy of this city was laid in Bhim Rai Singh Bharatpur princely state. The name of this town is named Raisena in Raisen, in the rasa times of ancient times, where a fort has been constructed in the sixth century. In the time of Akbar, Raisen was a government (district) which was part of the Ujjain province (state), but the modern district was built on May 5, 1950. Was done
5 narsinghpur madhya pradesh
The name of Narasimhapur is lying due to the temple of Narasimhaji. According to Hindu mythology Lord Narasimha is the human incarnation of the lion’s head. After 1782 AD, a Jat Lutera village, Chanwar Patha, came to the present Narsinghpur of the district, except for a paragine having authority of the Marathas. At that time there was a small village, which was called Garhiya Khera. Later this little Gadrwara was called. He looted the vassals of Dilehri and Pithra and built a palace and a temple of Narsinghji with looted material in this place and named the village Narsinghpur after the name of this temple. By that time this district was called Narsinghpur Shahpur and was the headquarters of the old Pargana.
6 jabalpur madhya pradesh
One of the many opinions of Jabalpur’s creation is also that it was named as Jabalpur due to being located near the Tripuri capital of the Kaluchuri kings. In the two inscriptions of the Kalchuri Dynasty, the donation of a village named Juwali Pattal is mentioned, and it is a belief that Jabalpur is his innate absence. Raibahadur Hiralal also expressed his opinion saying that this place was named after the name of a Brahmin Sadhu Javali. It is also said that this name is derived from the Arabic word jabal, meaning hill or hill, because part of the city is a hill.
7 indore madhya pradesh
The city’s initial name was Indore, which is the abnormal form of Indrapur or Indreshwar. This name was the name of the ghostly village situated on this city. Temple of Indreshwar, due to which the name of the village was kept, is still located in Juni Indore, in the city. This village was developed in the form of a city, which was settled in about 1661 AD and was originally called Indraprastha. Indore was made Pargana headquarters in 1720 AD. Malhar Rao I liked this city in terms of military importance and named it on its name. In 1730 AD, Indore was made the District Headquarter.
8 gwalior madhya pradesh
This city was named after the historic fort built on a hill topped hill. The fort on which the fort is built, main: ‘Gopachal’ was called ‘Gopagiri’ or ‘Gopradhi’. Gwalior was founded by Malchand of Malwa. According to the general view, Kuntlpuri or Kutwar’s King Surajsan was established by a Kachwaha chief Samanta.
The composition of Gwalior State was first organized by Sir Dinkar Rao (1852-59), who divided it into provinces districts and parishes. The district originated in 1853 AD as an administrative unit in the former Gwalior Raja.