This article is about the district. For its eponymous headquarters, see
Neemuch district ( Hindi: नीमच जिला) is one of the 51 districts of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The town of Neemuch is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Neemuch district is part of
Ujjain Division and had approximately 700,000 inhabitants as of 2001. Neemuch district is bordered by [1 ] Rajasthan state on the west and north, and by Mandsaur district to the east and south.
History [ edit ]
This district was created on 30 June 1998 by separating Neemuch, Manasa and Jawad
tehsils of the erstwhile Mandsaur district. During the British rule, the district headquarters Neemuch was a cantonment town, known as the North India Mounted Artillery and Cavalry Headquarters (NIMACH). It was later converted into the headquarters of the Crown's Representative Police Force in 1939.
Economy [ edit ]
It is one of the largest producers of
opium in the world. It is also very large producer of oilseeds. Ghati is famous in Karadia Maharaj.
Demographics [ edit ]
According to the
2011 census Neemuch District has a population of 825,958, roughly equal to the nation of [2 ] Qatar or the US state of [3 ] South Dakota. This gives it a ranking of 477th in India (out of a total of [4 ] 640). The district has a population density of 194 inhabitants per square kilometre (500 /sq mi) . [2 ] Its [2 ] population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 13.76%. Neemuch has a [2 ] sex ratio of 959 females for every 1000 males, and a [2 ] literacy rate of 71.81%. [2 ]
Villages in Nimach tahsil [ edit ]
Admalya, Aghoriya, Akhepur, Akli, Akya, Amawalijagir, Amawalimahal, Amba, Amlikheda, Arnyaborana, Arnyachandel, Arnyachudawat, Arnyakumar, Arnyamangir, Aspura, Badoli, Baman Bardi, Bamanya, Bamora, Bamori, Banskheda, Banskhedi, Barkheda Hada, Barkheda Sondhiya, Barkhedagujar, Barukheda, Belari, Bhadaksanawda, Bhadbhadiya, Bhadwa Nimach|Bhadwa, Bhagwanpura, Bhanwrasa, Bhatkheda, Bhimakhedi, Bhimpura, Bholyawas, Bhopatpura, Bisalwasbamanya, Bisalwaskalan, Bisalwaskhurd, Bisalwassongira, Bordiyakalan, Bordiyakhurd, Borkhedikalan, Borkhedikhurd, Borkhedipandi, Chadoli, Chainpura, Chaldu, Champi, Changera, Chauthkheda, Cheeta Kheda, Chenpura, Chhachhkhedi, Chhayan, Dalawada, Dalpatpura, Dansiya, Daru, Dasani, Dhaba, Dhamaniya, Dhamaniyajagir, Dhaneriyakalan, Dhaneriyakhurd, Dholpura, Dipukhedi, Dowad, Dudarsi, Dulakheda, Dungalawada, Ghasundi, Ghasundijagir, Girdoda, Gopalpura, Gudla, Gulabkhedi, Gwaldeviya, Gwaltalab, Hameriya, Hanmantiyapawar, Hanmantyaraoji, Hanmantyavyas, Harnawada, Harwar, Hingoriya, Jagoli, Jaisingpura, Jamuniyakalan, Jamuniyakhurd, Jawasa, Jawi, Jetpura, Jhalri, Jhanjharwada, Jiran (NP), Kacholi, Kalikothadi, Kalyakhedi, Kanakheda, Kanawati, Kanpura, Karadiyamaharaja, Kasbi, Kelukheda, Kenpuriya, Keri, Khadawada, Khatyakhedi, Kheda, Khedadaru, Khermalya, Khetakheda Doriya, Khetakhedacharan, Kishanpura, Kothadi Istmurar, Kothadimagara, Kunchdod, Lakhmi, Lanchh, Lasudihada, Lasuditanwar, Lewada, Lolpura, Mahudiya, Maliya, Malkheda, Mangrol, Manpura, Matyakhedi, Melki, Melkimewad, Mundla, Narsinghpura, Nayankhedi, Neemuch (M) Newad, Nilkanthpura, Nipaniya, Nipaniya Abad, Palsoda, Parasali, Pawadakalan, Pawadakhurd, Pawati, Peerana, Peeth, Phophaliya, Pipalyabag, Pipalyacharan, Pipalyagujar, Pipalyahada, Pipalyajagir, Pipalyamircha, Pipalyanathawat, Pipalyavyas, Piplon, Rabadiya, Raisinghpura, Rajpuriya, Rampuriya, Ranpura, Ratadiya, Rawatkheda, Rayankheda, Rewalidewali, Sagrana, Sakrani, Sakranijagir, Samarkund, Sangariyakhedi, Sarwaniyabor, Sawalpura, Sawan, Sedariya, Semali Chandrawat, Semalimewad, Semarda, Sirkheda, Sokadi, Soniyana, Surjana, Talkheda, Thadoli, Thikariya, Tinakyakhedi, Ugran, Umaheda, Vishanya
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Coordinates: 24°28′12″N 74°52′12″E / 24.47000°N 74.87000°E