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Ratlam Districts of Madhya Pradesh at a Glance

About Ratlam Districts :

Ratlam is one of the important Districts of Madhya Pradesh Which is situated in the North West part of the State “The MALWA” Region. Ratlam is situated in North-West region of Madhya Pradesh from 23 05′ North to 23 52′ North Longitude and 74 31′ East to 75 41′ East Latitude. It is bounded by Mandsaur District in North, Jhabua and Dhar on the South, Ujjain on the East, Chhitorgarh and Banswara District of Rajasthan on the West, Shajapur District of Madhya Pradesh and Jhalawar District of Rajasthan on the North. Total Area of Ratlam District is s 4861 Sq.km. which is 1.11% of Total Area of Madhya Pradesh. For the Administrative convenience, Ratlam is divided in 8 Tehsils and 5 Blocks. Ratlam is well connected both by Rails and Roads. Ratlam junction is Divisional head quarters of Western Railways. Ratlam has several chemical factories namely Hightech, IPCA, Shaba Chemicals, Bordiya Chemicals etc. There are a number of manufacturing units of Copper wires and plastic rope etc. Ratlam is also famous for its gold and ornaments for its purity and designs.

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BILPAKESHWARA TEMPLE AT BILPANK :

The Bilpakeshwara temple is located at a distance of 18 kms, South-West direction from Ratlam. It is approached through a deviation fare-weather Road about 3 kms from Mhow-Neemach Highway. This temple is dedicated to Lord Siva and is built in Pachayatana variety. It was constructed in circa 10-11th Century A.D., over low Jagati consisting of plain mouldings. It is easterly oriented Nirandhara Mulaprasada and this Mulaprasada includes Sapta-Ratha-Garbhagriha. The temple is recta in plan and consists of a Garbhagriha, Antarala and a Mahamandapa, all in axis facing East. This temple is built in Gurjara-Chalukyan style of architecture, a contemporary style of the Paramara temple architecture. Such type of temples are noticed at Atree and Krishnavilas, Kota, Rajasthan
SIVA TEMPLE, JHAR :
har is located 12 kms, East of Bhatpachalana in Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh. It is connected with Kachhalana Road with Laptiya – Sandala. Jhar means a ‘water spring’. The name Jhar probably has been assigned to this place due to a Jharana on the site. Jhar possesses the ruins of a Siva temple of Bhumija style which are assignable to the Paramara period i.e., 11th century A.D. The sculptures of this temple are lying scattered around it.
LIST OF TEMPLES IN RATLAM DISTRICT :
  1. Veerupaksh Mahadev Temple, Bilpauk.
  2. Shipawra Temple, Alot.>
  3. Dharola Mahadev Temple, Alot.
  4. Garkhankhai Temple.
  5. Kedareshwar Temple, Shivgarh.
  6. Amarji Temple, Ratlam.
  7. Ayana Mahadev Temple, Jaora.>
  8. Kalikamata Temple, Ratlam.
  9. Mahalaxmi Temple, Ratlam.
  10. Barbad Hanuman Temple, Sailana Road, Ratlam

Rajgarh District of Madhya Pradesh at a Glance

About Rajgarh District :

Rajgarh is located at western part of Madhya Pradesh. It borders the state of Rajasthan, and the districts of Shajapur, Sehore, and Bhopal. Rajgarh District extends between the parallels of latitude 23027′ 12″ North and 24017′ 20″ North and between the meridians of longitude 76011′ 15″ and 77014′ East. The total geographical area of the District is 6,154 sq.km. with a population of 15,45,814 according to census 2011. It is 145 KMs from the state capital Bhopal.

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Narsinghgarh Town :

The town is nearly 300 years old having been founded in 1681 by Dewan Parasram. The beautiful lake in the town in which is reflected the old fort and palace still bears the name of the founder. The town is 83 Kms. from the Bhopal and is reached by a good road. The site of the town is the place of temple of Shiva – then known as Topila Mahadeo, for the persons who lived there manufactured toplis or basket.   Hence the name stick. It is however in the autumnal months that the place becomes exceedingly picturesque and beautiful. From the top of the Baijnath Mahadeo temple the pleasant panorama is very appealing, with the lakes of full limpid water, with the land carpeted in lush green grass, with the small streams racing down the slopes of the hills and hills themselves covered with good vegetation and as rustling wind sweeps the murmuring countryside adorned with mellowing crops, radiant in the evening sun, the brilliance of blue skies seems to evenly matched with the grandeur of the green.

Shyamji Sanka Temple-Narsinghgarh :

A Sanka is a small village situated near the river Parvati and is about 5Km from Kotra , once its tehsil headquarter of Rajgarh State. Each year in the month of magh a mela is held here and is known as Shyamji-ka-mela.The famous temple of Shyamji was built in the memory of the king Sangram Singh (Shyam Singh) by his wife Bhagyawati in the 16-17th century, the king died in an encounter with a mughal soldier of Haji Wali. The temple is protected by the state govt. . It has beautiful paintings on the wall reflecting the Malwi & Rajashthani effects, the beautiful and well carved stones & bricks were used to construct the temple.

Jalpamata Temple-Rajgarh :

A beautiful temple is just 4 Kms. from Rajgarh.  It is on the high hill & you can have a picturesque view of the town from the top. It is covered with dense forest having different varieties of plants. The devotee come from different parts in the navratri season

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