History of Madhya Pradesh

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History of Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh was established on 1st November 1956
Madhya Pradesh’s capital is Bhopal
The number of districts in this state is 50
This is the official language of Hindi.
This state has an area of 308000 sq km
The main crops of today are chana, millet, wheat, rice, soybean, cotton, oil and seeds.
The state’s largest cities are Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Katni, Reva, Sagar, Ujjain.
Major rivers of this river are the Narmada, Son, Chambal, Betwa, Mahanadi, Tapti, Indravati, Shipra
There is an inclusive world of five folk cultures in Madhya Pradesh. These five cultural regions are Nimad, Malwa, Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand, and Gwalior (Chambal).
Madhya Pradesh is the second largest cement producing state in the country.
Madhya Pradesh High Court is located in Jabalpur
The total number of roads in Madhya Pradesh is 73311 km
Total length of State Railroad is 5919
This is 11 seats of the 29th Lok Sabha of the Lok Sabha
This is the state animal deer
Yeha’s political bird is paradise fly catcher
There are hundreds of crores of tourists visiting every year to see the beautiful crafts and temples decorated with sculpture.
The attraction of temples A sample of architecture can be seen in the temples of Khajuraho.
As Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh, due to potholes, there is a separate place in the tourism sector.
Located just 40 kilometers away from Bhopal, thousands of years old caves of Bhimbetka will be seen here, things related to Adimavav can be seen here.
Mahakaleshwar is the main temple of God in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, which is one of India’s twelve Jyotirlingas.

Madhya Pradesh is famous for its Chanderi sarees all over the world.

The business of making sari in Chanderi started about seven hundred years ago, later the Scindia Dynasty gave it status as an institutional business and the town was built for businessmen.

The erotic sculptures of Khajuraho, the magnificent fort of Gwalior, the temples of Ujjain and Chitrakoot or the Orchha umbrellas are good examples of all architecture. Khajuraho, Sanchi, and Bhimbetka have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.