A report on KhandwaKhandwa district and Nimar

Kishore Kumar as a young man
Hanuwantiya tourist complex
Ganguli House (Gauri Kunj), Kishoreda's ancestral home

Khandwa is a city and a nagar nigam in the Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh, India.

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It is the administrative headquarters of the Khandwa district, formerly known as East Nimar District.

- Khandwa

The city of Khandwa is the administrative headquarters of the district.

- Khandwa district

Khandwa District lies in the Nimar region, which includes the lower valley of the Narmada River, Kherkhali River, Choti Tawa River, Shiva River.

- Khandwa district

The administrative headquarters were at Khandwa; but the capital in Muslim times was Burhanpur.

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When Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 1956, The former Madhya Bharat district became West Nimar District, while the eastern district became East Nimar District.

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Narmada River

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5th longest river and overall longest west-flowing river in India.

5th longest river and overall longest west-flowing river in India.

Narmada Kund, origin at Amarkantak
Narmada River at Tilwara ghat, Jabalpur
River in Omkareshwar
The River Narmada flows through a gorge of Marble rocks in Bhedaghat
Side view of the Dhuandhar Falls seen during the monsoon season.
Marble rocks alongside Narmada River
Narmada River at full flow during monsoon in Bhedaghat.
Railway Bridge on river Narmada at Bharuch, Gujarat
A scenic view of Maheshwar on the banks of Narmada
Omkareshwar temple on the banks of Narmada river
Forests of Amarkantak
Bark of Lagerstroemia parviflora
Tigress with her two cubs in Kanha National Park
Layout of Water Resources Development Projects in the Narmada Basin in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh
Indirasagar Dam partially completed in 2008
Tigress with her two cubs in Kanha National Park

The Sikta and the Kaveri join it below the Khandwa plain.

They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district. The hill regions are well forested. The upper, middle and lower plains are broad and fertile areas, well suited for cultivation. The Narmada basin mainly consists of black soils. The coastal plains in Gujarat are composed of alluvial clays with a layer of black soils on the surface.