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Mandi Bamora' is a census town in Sagar district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. This place has a railway station Mandi Bamora (Station code- MABA). Mandi Bamora located as half- half way in two different district Sagar and Vidisha. Its tehsil is Bina. Mandi Bamora is very famous as a name "Great country" because two different dist boundary separate as Bamora-Sihora. In Bamora mostly Hindu, Jain and all other caste's peoples are living. In Sihora (distt- Vidisha) mostly Muslims are living. But its Unity is always unique and better than any other place. So Mandi Bamora is called as India–Pak.
In Mandi Bamora there is a larger Krishi Upaj Mandi for the trading of agriculture products: wheat, gram, soybean, etc. So many says it gives the name that is Mandi Bamora. There is a very old temple of god Shiva in Madbamora, near railway station, which is very ancient (time-dwapar yug). In Mandi Bamora there are some other old & new temples which are famous as Shiv Mandir (Narmadeshwar Shiv Mandir) near of Gangola Petrol Pump Kurwai road & Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir in Sanjay colony at Sakrod road near railway crossing phatak of pathari road. In Mandi Bamora, there are very famous JAIN mandir (Chandraprabhu digamber jain mandir) in second line and very big adinath god idol stand in this mandir.
There are several small & big villages attach with Mandi Bamora and various people come here for buying various daily products and selling of the grains because mostly the people come here usually are the farmers.
Mandi Bamora is located at  It has an average elevation of 398 metres (1305 feet). It is about 68 km of Vidisha . Mandi Bamora is located on a plain region and hence, its land is good for wheat and rice cultivation. About 70% of the total land area comes under cultivation..
Mandi Bamora is located in the central part of India, and is just north of the upper limit of the Vindhya mountain ranges. Located near on the Malwa plateau, it is higher than the north Indian plains and the land rises towards the Vindhya Range to the south. The city has uneven elevation and has small hills within its boundaries. The major hills in Mandi Bamora are Pathari hills and Udaypur hills in the northern region. According to current master plan, the municipality covers 5 square kilometres It has two very beautiful small lakes, collectively known as the Betwa near Kurwai & Gangola. Locally these are known as the Badi Nadi and Chota Gangola pull respectively. The Betwa Pull drains into the Betwa River. In capital of M.P. Bhopal- The Van Vihar National Park is a national park situated besides the Upper Lake in Bhopal.
Climate chart (explanation) JFMAMJJASOND 13 249 7.8 2811 7.2 3417 4.5 3822 8 4126 114 3725 356 3123 388 2922 196 3121 26 3218 14 2912 12 2510 Average max. and min. temperatures in °CPrecipitation totals in mm[show]Imperial conversion Mandi Bamora has a humid subtropical climate, with cool, dry winters, a hot summer and a humid monsoon season. Summers start in late March and go on till mid-June, the average temperature being around 30 °C (86 °F), with the peak of summer in May, when the highs regularly exceed 40 °C (104 °F). The monsoon starts in late June and ends in late September. These months see about 40 inches (1020 mm) of precipitation, frequent thunderstorms and flooding. The average temperature is around 25 °C (77 °F) and the humidity is quite high. Temperatures rise again up to late October when winter starts, which lasts up to early March. Winters in Mandi Bamora are cool, sunny and comfortable, with average daily temperatures around 16 °C (61 °F) and little or no rain. The winter peaks in January when temperatures may drop close to freezing on some nights. Lowest temperature ever recorded was 0.3 °C. Total annual rainfall is about 1146 mm (46 inches).
As of 2011[update] India census, Bamora has a population of around 20000. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Bamora has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 58% of the males and 42% of females literate. Its 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.
The railway track is the main route of railway line connected with Delhi-Mumbai and also connected with Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Bilaspur, Rewa, Itarsi and Katni . This railway station has a stoppage of 18 trains from both side. The railway is the main transport services available in the city. Bina junction(Station code- BINA) is around 17 km from MABA station. The trains which have the stops here are as mentioned here:
- Hyderabad – Hazrat Nizamuddin DAKSHIN EXPRESS.
- Bhopal–Rewa REWANCHAL EXPRESS (Super).
- Amritsar–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus EXPRESS
- Bhopal(Habibganj)–Damoh Rajya Rani Express.
- Bhopal–Itarsi VINDHYACHAL EXPRESS.
- Bhopal–Bilaspur Express.
- Jodhpur–Bhopal PASSENGER.
- Jhansi–Itarsi PASSENGER.
- Bhopal–Bina PASSENGER.
- BILASPUR–AMRITSAR CHHATISGARH EXPRESS
Indore Airport also 3rd nearest from Mandi Bamora.
- Govt Higher Secondary School Near Galla Mandi Road
- Navankur Hr. Sec. School. Sihora-Mandi Bamora
- Saraswati Sishu Mandir Mandi Bamora, Near Bus stand
- Millennium Model School, Near Chandra Mahal Theater
- Career convent School. Near Sihora Square
- Samarpan Public School Near Bus Stand
- Visambhara Public Hr. Sec. School Near Sihora
- Bharat Mata Convent near Bus Stand
- Adarsh Vidhya Mandir Hr. Sec. School 2nd lane Mandi Bamora and many more.
Archaeological Shiva Temple
At Mandibamora Shiv temple about 10 kilometers to the south of Archaeological Gupta site Eran, there are the ruins of several temples, of which one temple preserves by ASI the name of Shahastra Shivlinga (Shiv) Temple. It is 57 miles north west from Sagar district headquarters. Bamora used to receive the produce of the Eran paragana. There is an old temple of the late Paramara time here. The sculpture of this temple exhibits good workmanship. The ruined temple is built of stone and is dedicated to Siva with a few loose sculptures. The temple is dated to the Paramara period (1000 AD to 1100 AD). There are numerous Jaina and Brahmanical sculptures of the late Gupta period (600 AD to 1200 AD).
- Four ancient temples (c. 6th to 10th century AD)
- One Varah sculpture (c. 9th century)
- One Sadashiva sculpture
- One inscription (c. 6th century)
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Bamora
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
- Prof. Alok Shrotriya & Dr.Mohan Lal Chadhar, New Discovered Temple of Madh-Bamora (Madh bamora ke mandir ke pura-abshesh) Journal of Kosal ISSN—02229-4546 Nov 12, 2011, Govt. of Chhattisgarh, Raipur (C.G.) pp. 1–6