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Neemuch
नीमच
Nimach
Neemuch Railway station.jpg
Neemuch is located in India
Neemuch
Neemuch
Location in Madhya Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 24°28′35″N 74°52′12″E / 24.476385°N 74.87°E / 24.476385; 74.87Coordinates: 24°28′35″N 74°52′12″E / 24.476385°N 74.87°E / 24.476385; 74.87
Country  India
State Madhya Pradesh
District Neemuch
Government
 • Body Nagar Palika Parishad
 • Mayor Mr. Rakesh Jain
Area
 • Total 40 km2 (20 sq mi)
Elevation 452 m (1,483 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 128,095
 • Density 170/km2 (400/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 458441
Telephone code 07423
Vehicle registration MP-44
Website www.neemuch.nic.in

Neemuch[1] or Nimach is a town in the Malwa region of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The town shares its northeastern border with state of Rajasthan and is the administrative headquarters of Neemuch District. "Nimach" is an abbreviation of "North India Mounted Artillery and Cavalry Headquarters".[citation needed] Formerly a large British cantonment of Gwalior princely state, in 1822 the town became the headquarters of the combined RajputanaMalwa political agency and of the Malwa Agency in 1895. The British Cantonment was disbanded in 1932 after which it was maintained by a British Municipal Board. Neemuch was the birthplace of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in 1939 and is home to a large scale army recruitment centre for the organisation. The CRPF still maintains part of Neemuch's British Military Cantonment, which was the first of its kind in India. The Bungalow area, Native troops area, Bazar area and Fields and Gardens were maintained initially by the Municipal Board and later by the Municipal Council. After Independence Neemuch City and the Baghana area were included in the Municipal area. Neemuch is known as India's Eye donation capital as it accounts for the highest per capita eye donation rate in the country'. Neemuch also has Asia’s biggest[2] opium alkaloid processing plant which is a government-owned company named- Opium and Alkaloid Works. It is a road junction and distribution centre for agricultural products. Handloom weaving is the major industry here.

Etymology[edit]

A myth surrounding the name Neemuch is that the city received its name because of the large number of neem trees found here. Another myth is that the first people of this city were of the Meena caste, leading to the name "Meenuch", which over time became Neemuch.

History[edit]

The city was the location of a palace in the district of the Ajmer. Originally a part of the territory of Malwa, it was given to the Rana in 1768 to pay off debts incurred by the rana (king) of Mewar. After that it became a British cantonment of the Gwalior princely state, except for short periods in 1794 and 1844 and 1965.[3] The Neemuch cantonment played a significant role in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and was the centre of disturbances in Malwa.

In 1857, Neemuch was the most southerly place to which the Rebellion extended. A brigade of native Bengal troops were stationed at Neemuch, then mutinied and marched to Delhi. European officers took refuge in the fort, and were later besieged by a rebel force from Mandasor. The Europeans defended the city until relieved by the Malwa field force. Since 1895 Neemuch has been the headquarters of the political agent in Malwa, a subdivision of the British Central India Agency.

Neemuch was also the station for the following Indian Army Regiments:[4]

Neemuch was also the station of the 26th and 48th field artillery batteries of the British in India.[11]

Geography[edit]

Neemuch district is part of the Ujjain Division. It borders Rajasthan to the west and north and Mandsaur district to the east and south. It was split from Mandsaur District on 30 June 1998.

The city is divided into three main parts: Neemuch city, Chhavani, and Baghana.

Chhavani is the main commercial area hosting Pustak bazar, Dusshera maidan, Satya Path, Tilak Marg, Budha Gopal Street, Bohra gali, Rabindranath Tagore Marg and Sabji market, bus stand, timber market, Ambedkar Road and Nasirabad - Mhow National highway no. 56 and Neemuch - Bhopal State Highway no. 87. Baghana is widely known for its 'Anaj Mandi'.

The Neemuch district has approximately 9,56,000 inhabitants as of 2001.

Distances to other towns:

City Distance Type of Airport
Mumbai 872 km International/Domestic
Delhi 608 km International/Domestic
Bhopal 462 km International/Domestic
Ahmedabad 390 km International/Domestic
Jaipur 375 km International/Domestic
Gwalior 540 km Domestic
Indore 272 km Domestic
Udaipur 135 km Domestic
Ajmer 262 km operations begins in 2016
Ujjain 249 km No Airline Service
Kota 160 km No Airline Service
Ratlam 145 km No Airline Service
Bhilwara 120 km No Airport
Chittorgarh 060 km No Airport
Mandsaur 050 km No Airport

About[edit]

Neemuch is famous for Krishi Upaj Mandi (Agriculture Produce Market). This is main market for all the livelihood and another attraction is CRPF. These two bodies are situated between the Chhawani and Baghana, these are the oldest market of the Neemuch. The other important attraction for Neemuch are famous Bhadawa Mata temple at the outskirts of Neemuch and Bhanwar Mata Temple near Chhoti Sadari whose distance from Neemch city is about 27 km.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2011 India census,[12] Neemuch City had a population of 127,000. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Neemuch has an average literacy rate of 85%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 77%, and female literacy is 62%. In Neemuch, 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.

According to 2011 census 70.31% Population of Neemuch District is in Rural Area while 29.69% in Urban[13]

Neemuch District has 4th lowest rural growth rate of 11% in Madhya Pradesh, while state average is 18.4%, Heighest being 31.7% of Jhabua.

Religion in Neemuch
Religion Percent
Hindus
  
75%
Muslims
  
21%
Jains
  
2%
Others†
  
1.50%
Christians
  
.50%
Distribution of religions
Includes Sikhs (1%), Buddhists (<0.5%).

Physiography[14][edit]

Neemuch district comes under Agroclimatic zone Malva Plateau, lies between the parallels of latitude 24°15’ – 24°35’ North, and between the meridians of longitude 74°45’ - 75°37’ East spread over an area of 3875 square kilometres. It has surrounding of Kota, Jhalawar, Chittaurgarh and Pratapgarh District of Rajasthan State while Mandsaur District of Madhya Pradesh.

Environment (Climate)[edit]

Due to location of Neemuch City in Malwa region. the climate is pleasant & the Nights are more pleasant. The highest maximum temperature of 46° reaches in May & June & remains up to last week of June. In winters, the minimum temperature reaches 2 °C in month of December & January. The average rainfall of Neemuch City is 812 mm and maximum rainfall occurs in month of July & August. The lowest rainfall of 501.6mm was recorded in 2007 where as maximum rainfall of 1352 mm occurred in 2006. The reason for drop rainfall in 2007 was due to the drought condition in the District. Wind direction is from south — West to North in April to September months and in the remaining months of the year it is north — east direction to south west direction. Wind speed is low in two months of the year. [15]

[16]

Rainfall data in the climate table is average of 5 years (2008-2012)

Climate data for Neemuch
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 33
(91)
35
(95)
42
(108)
44
(111)
48
(118)
46
(115)
39
(102)
39
(102)
39
(102)
39
(102)
33
(91)
32
(90)
48
(118)
Average high °C (°F) 23
(73)
28
(82)
34
(93)
38
(100)
40
(104)
34
(93)
30
(86)
29
(84)
31
(88)
32
(90)
29
(84)
25
(77)
31.1
(87.8)
Average low °C (°F) 7
(45)
10
(50)
14
(57)
21
(70)
24
(75)
24
(75)
22
(72)
22
(72)
19
(66)
15
(59)
10
(50)
9
(48)
16.4
(61.6)
Record low °C (°F) 1
(34)
3
(37)
8
(46)
10
(50)
17
(63)
18
(64)
11
(52)
15
(59)
10
(50)
11
(52)
4
(39)
2
(36)
1
(34)
Average precipitation mm (inches) 3
(0.12)
3
(0.12)
0
(0)
3
(0.12)
24
(0.94)
135
(5.31)
207
(8.15)
223
(8.78)
90
(3.54)
36
(1.42)
24
(0.94)
3
(0.12)
751
(29.56)
Average rainfall mm (inches) 0
(0)
0
(0)
0.42
(0.0165)
0.24
(0.0094)
2.14
(0.0843)
68.56
(2.6992)
273.76
(10.778)
344.82
(13.5756)
133.24
(5.2457)
3.74
(0.1472)
13.34
(0.5252)
0.82
(0.0323)
841.08
(33.1134)
Average rainy days 2 1 1 1 2 10 18 19 10 2 1 1 68
Average relative humidity (%) 47 37 27 21 32 59 80 80 78 52 45 47 50.4
Mean monthly sunshine hours 310 310.75 341 360 403 310 217 186 270 310 300 310 3,627.75
[citation needed]

Soil[14][edit]

The soils in the district are generally of four types viz., Medium Deep Black cotton soil, Red loamy soil, Laterite soil and Alluvial soil. Black cotton soil is derived from weathering and disintegration of basaltic lava flow. Major parts of the district are covered by medium deep black soils. Red loamy soils consist of sandy loam to clayey loam and brick in colour. This soil is derived from Vindhyan sandstone and shale and occurring in valley portion on the plateau and adjacent to hill composed of Vindhyan sandstone. This type of soil covers a Northern part of the district. Laterite soil dark brown to pink coloured lateritic soil is found as capping over hillocks of basaltic terrain. Alluvial soils are grayish yellow to brownish yellow in colour and occupy along the major rivers.

Economy[edit]

The local economy of Neemuch is mainly based on the agriculture produce market (called Krishi Upaj Mandi in local Hindi language) which is Asia's largest production mandi and world's Second largest as per 2011 report by MCX & WTO for agri product. Some of the crops traded in the agriculture market of Neemuch are Opium, Wheat, Maize, Groundnut, Gram, Ginger, Garlic, Soyabean, Oured, Mustard, Posta, corn, Potato and different types of pulses. Neemuch has many cooking oil mills.

Neemuch district is one of the largest producers of opium in the country. Neemuch also has one of the only two opium factories in India. The climate of Neemuch district is apt for the production of opium and thus the opium trade is one of the major occupations in the region. Neemuch also has one of the only one isabgol husk plant in MP. The climate of Neemuch district is apt for the production of isabgol (psyllium seed).

Major Exportable Item[17] -Isabgol, Ashwagandha, methi dana, ajwain, coriander, soya products like, Oil deoiled cake, soya paneer, soya papar, soya milk etc, Garlic powder dehydration of Onion and ginger, green chilly powder, mushroom, leather garment, artificial jewellery.

Milestones[edit]

151 (DC) MW Solar Plant[edit]

Welspun Solar power plant, Bhagwanpura, Diken
Welspun Solar power plant, Bhagwanpura, Diken

It is a 151 (DC)-megawatt solar photovoltaic power project by Welspun Energy put into operation in August 2013. The project is set up at a cost of Rs. 1,100 crore on an 800-acre site in Neemuch, which sits on a 500-meter-high barren land ridge. The site receives among the highest levels of irradiation in India.

Neemuch also have one of the only 51 Automatic Solar Resource Monitoring Stations (ASRMS) in India. The implementation started in February 2011 & It was Commissioned on 30 September 2011.[18] It is to assess and quantify the solar radiation availability, along with weather parameters, with a view to develop the Solar Atlas. Report of Solar Radiation Resource Assessment (SRRA) Station at Neemuch can be found here it indicates Monthly values of Solar Radiation and Meteorological Parameter.

Gomabai Netralaya[edit]

Under the leadership of Mr. G.D. Agrawal and the help of Mr. Ramji Lal Goel, Gomabai Netralaya was established at Neemuch in Madhya Pradesh (India) in the year 1992.[19] Within a short span of a decade, it has become one of the leading ophthalmic centres in India. Patients are provided state-of-art services at affordable rates and even free of cost for economically weaker patients. Neemuch, though situated in Madhya Pradesh, is located close to Rajasthan & Gujarat. Therefore, tribal and rural poor from these states constitute 70% of patients. Gomabai Netralaya has played a key role in achieving the highest per capita rate of eye donation in India for Neemuch and the excellent facilities provided by the institute for performing Penetrating Keratoplasty, can provide complete solution to the problem of Corneal Blindness in the region. Gomabai Netralaya is also involved in a continuous process of educating staff and conducting innovative research into the cause and cure of blinding eye diseases. [20]

Food Park, District Neemuch[edit]

Located at Village Jhanjharwada and Dhamaniya and soniyana village of Neemuch district (M.P). The proposed Food Park assumes a sizing of 55.74 ha or 137 acres, as an outcome of detailed demand assessment and infrastructure planning. The land reportedly houses mineral deposits worth Rs 2500 crores.[21] The mineral is rare across the world, and the situation is same in India too. This is being developed under Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).[22][22]

Tourism and places of interest[edit]

There are many tourist places around Neemuch, most of which are religious. Notably, Nava Toran temple at Khor, Sambharkund Mahadev (7 km) it is closer to Suwakheda and Bhadwamata (20 km), Bhanwarmata (25 km), Sukhanandji (20 km) (it is closer to Jawad), Sitaram Jaju Sagar-Harkiakhal Dam (15 km), Gandhi sagar dam (around 100 km), Chittorgarh (56 km), and Udaipur (around 135 km). One of the main temples of Neemuch is Kileshwar which hosts yearly the Shivratri festival where thousands of devotees flock to the temple for the Darshan of Lord Shiva. The city is known for its five annual religious melas (fairs). Nimach is also well known for the its special Muharram processions of Tazia. The tradition of Tazia procession is almost 150 years old. This is an occasion when all the people, be it any community, come together. This procession commemorates the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali at the Battle of Karbala in 680.


Sukhanandji Ashram[edit]

Sukhanand Ashram
Sukhanand Ashram

Sukhanandji Ashram is situated at a distance of about 32 km from Nimach on the border of Rajasthan in an ancient rock-cave. There is a temple of Shiva here. This place is site of scenic beauty. There is a spring of perennial water. It is said to be founded by Śuka, the son of Vedavyasa. He was also known as Sri Suka, Sukadev and Brahmarata. Śuka was born of his wife, sage Jābāli's daughter Pinjalā (Vatikā).[23] A character in a number of Puranic texts belonging to various traditions, mainly Vaishnavism. He is believed to be a son of Vyasadeva. It also believed that Vedavyasa first wrote Bharata-Samhita which contained twenty-four thousand verses (slokas) and taught that to his son Śuka.[24]

There are two annual fairs organized at this place: One on Haryali amavashya of Srawan month and other on Baisakh purnima.

Nova Toran temple[edit]

Nova Toran Temple, Khor
Nova Toran Temple, Khor

Nova Toran temple at village Khor near Vikram Cement campus is an important remnant of an eleventh-century (11th) temple which consists of ten decorative arches arranged in two rows - one lengthwise and the other width wise crossing each other at the centre and supported on a pair of pillars in the hall and porches. The temple is decorated with leaf-shaped borders, heads of makaras, garland bearers etc. There is a statue of Varaha at the centre of the temple.

The Temple is in a ruined condition. It contains a proch, mahamandapa and garbhagriha and pradakshinapth. It has a Siva linga in the sanctum. The exterior is ornamented with simple mouldings. (C. 12th CAD).[25]

This monument has been declared to be of national importance under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains ACT,1958 (24 of 1958)

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary[edit]

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary is wildlife sanctuary situated on the northern boundary of Mandsaur and Nimach districts in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is spread over an area of 368.62 km squire adjoining Rajasthan state in India. It was notified in 1974 and more area was added in 1983. The Chambal River passes through the sanctuary and divides into two parts. The western part is in Nimach district and eastern part is in Mandsaur district.

Morwan Dam[edit]

Morwan Dam

Morwan Dam is 24 km from Neemuch and a beautiful place to visit. Dam is constructed on river Gambhiri and mainly used for irrigation and water supply to nearby places. It is having a beautiful garden and boating facilities are also available. Frequent buses are available to reach there (Neemuch-Singoli-Kota Road). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbqg2miE8FA

Gandhi Sagar Dam[edit]

River Chambal in Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary
River Chambal in Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary

The Gandhi Sagar Dam is the first of the four dams built on the Chambal river. It is located in the Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is a 64 metre high masonry gravity dam, with a live storage capacity of 6,920 Mm³ and a catchment area of 22,584 km². The dam was completed in 1960. The hydro-power station comprises five generating units of 23 MW capacity each. The water released after power generation is used for power generation at Jawahar Sagar Dam and is used for irrigation through Kota Barrage.

Bhadva Mata Temple[edit]

This temple is situated 19 km from Neemuch town in Bhadva village. It is believed that who so ever takes bath in the Baori situated in temple premises get cured of paralysis and Polio. During Nay Ratri 9 days festival takes place in this temple where about 2 lac devotes from all over the country visit this temple. Apart from there temple, there is one more temple in the near vicinity of Neemuch town namely Bhanwarmata (25 km).

Shri Kileshwar Mahadev Temple[edit]

Shri Kileshwar Mahdev Temple
Shri Kileshwar Mahdev Temple

The most important festival of Neemuch is the Shivratri festival which is celebrated every year in the month of March at this temple. Religious tourism to the Kileshwar temple also contributes to wealth creation as 50000 devotees from the town and nearby flock visits during shivratri. Thousands of devotees flock to the temple for the Darshan of Lord Shiva. This festival is arranged and managed by Municipal Council Neemuch. Ground at the temple is also used as a picnic spot for school children as it consist of a small amusement park and large ground covered with grass.

Sita Ram Jajoo Sagar — Harkiyakhal Dam[edit]

This dam was constructed in the year 1960 as a water supply source tòr Neemuch town. This is at a distance 16 km in the south of Neemuch town. This is also a picnic spot particularly during rainy season when many near by residents go there for entertainment and enjoyment with their familiars. There is beautiful garden and rest house near this dam.

Veer Park[edit]

Lions Park
Lions Park

Situated at Veer Park Road, It is the most famous among children's & well connected to the all part of city.

Naagbawdi Boating House, Crpf[edit]

It is a Theme Park. It is maintained by C.R.P.F. and opens only on Sundays.

Notable people[edit]

  • Virendra Kumar Sakhlecha, Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh from 18 January 1978 – 19 January 1980
  • Sunderlal Patwa, Chief Minister Of Madhya Pradesh from 20 January 1980 -17 February 1980 and 5 March 1990 – 15 December 1992

Social Infrastructure[edit]

There are two PG: colleges, one for Law and another for Arts. There are 196 primary schools, 6 Senior Secondary Schools, 15 Secondary Schools and 42 Middle Schools in Neemuch city as per census — 2001, figures. Besides these, there are 20 middle schools and 30 primary schools run by private individuals in the private buildings. There are 10 typing institutes also in the city to impart typing proficiency. There is one general hospital with 275 beds in the city. Besides this, there is an Eye Hospital named Goma Bai Eye Hospital. Other than this, there are 3 government dispensaries, and one family welfare centre. There are 10 private nursing homes having 365 beds. For special treatment people have to go to Indore, Udaipur & Ahmedabad. There are two stadiums and one swimming pool in the city. There are 30 parks and gardens. Besides, this, there are 25 open spaces available within the colonies of east. One Dushara Maidan, 3 Cinemas, 22 Auditorium and 4 public libraries exists in the city. There are 6 Kabristans and 4, Cremation grounds. Besides this, there are 3 Fire tenders, one post office, 6 sub post offices, one telephone exchange, 4 electric sub — station and 3 police stations.

Libraries and archives[edit]

'Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Town Hall' (डॉ भीमराव अम्बेडकर टाऊन हाल) Badminton Hall & E-Library Gandhi Vatika, Neemuch

Availability of Minerals[edit]

PRODUCTION OF MINERAL 2010-11[17]

Name of Mineral

Production In Tonnes (2010-2011 )

MAJOR MINERAL
Lime Stone 5953103 M.T.
Laterite 310334 M.T.
MINOR MINERAL
Stone/Gitti 49697 Cub Metre
Murum 80545 Cub Metre
Clay 8559 Cub Metre
Sand 19420 Cub Metre

Large Scale Industries / Public Sector undertakings[edit]

List of the units in Neemuch & near by Area

  1. Govt. Afeem & Kshrod Industries, Neemuch
  2. Vikram cement, Khor
  3. Alfaeen Industries, Neemuch

Sports[edit]

Neemuch has a rich sporting history especially in soccer. Despite being a small town, Neemuch has produced a number of players who have played in the Indian soccer league. Neemuch has about 12 local soccer clubs which participate in the tournament organized by local municipal council every year. Cricket is also a very popular sport.[20]

In Madhya Pradesh also football is second largest sport. Over 9000 players play from over 1500 clubs across the state. There are as many as 70 All India & 100 State Level Tournaments each year.[28]

Football Teams Central Reserve Police (Neemuch)[29] Neemuch XI

Neemuch's Olympic Size (50 x 21 Meters) Swimming Pool, known as Padm Taran Pushkar, was inaugurated in 1978. It has got 1 Meter and 3 Meter Springboards and 5 Meter and 10 Meter high Diving Platforms. Water Polo can also be played in the Swimming Pool.

Infrastructural Facilities[edit]

Neemuch has a well developed infrastructure for education, health and public utilities. Public facilities like Gomabai Eye Hospital along with 6 Hospitals & Dispensaries. 10 Private Nursing Homes, 2 Degree Colleges, 6 Senior Secondary Schools, 16 Secondary Schools, 42 Middle Schools, 196 Primary Schools exists in the city. Bus stand for private buses & state road ways exists at the same location. Three fire tenders, telephone exchanges, GPO, 4 electric sub station, 4 Police stations also exits in the city.

Under Atal Jyoti Abhiyan Neemuch is having 24X7 power supply from 25 May 2013. Neemuch district’s population is 8 lakh 25 thousand 958 and total number of villages 674. Number of power consumers is 1 lakh 65 thousand 565 including 39 thousand 956 permanent agriculture pumps consumers. In the district, average power load is 70-75 MW, 53 feeders of 33/11 KV and 196 of 11 KV. There are 176 rural and 20 urban feeders. Besides, length of 33 KV lines is 644 kilometers, 11 KV lines 3,306 kilometers, low-tension lines (aerial bunch cable) 2553 kilometers and low-tension lines 8285 kilometers.[30]

Rail[edit]

Neemuch is an important broad gauge railway station of Ajmer — Ratlam route. Neemuch railway station was constructed by Britishers in 1880. It has direct links to Ratlam, Ujjain via Nagda and Kota & Bundi in Rajasthan via Chittorgarh. It is about 140 km from Ratlam and 60 km from Chittorgarh by rail & road both.

Railway time table[edit]

[31] Note- Please check latest timings on Indian Railway Website ( Timings & Trains keeps changing from time to time )

Road[edit]

Neemuch City has network of district roads & a national highway no 79 connecting with other Cities of this district, Madhya Pradesh state & neighboring Rajasthan State. NH 79 links it Ajmer, Chittor & Ratbm of MP. The state highway connects the city with Udaipur in Rajasthan via Chhoti Sadri. Except National Highway, district roads going to Singoli & Manasa are maintained by State PWD where as the City Roads are maintained by the Municipal Council. The roads within the CRPF area are maintained by the Central Government. The National Highway passing through the city is 24 mtr to 30 mtr wide where as the other roads in the city are 18 mtr, 12 mtr & 9 mtr wide, The roads within Chhawani area near ‘Clock Tower” have been narrowed down due to construction of shops along the roads. This city has one bus stands but require development works at bus stand. There is no Truck stand or Transport Nagar in the city & the trucks are parked along Neemuch-Mandsaur road from fountain chowk to Mandsaur side, creating traffic hazards because the repair shops & automobile shops are also existing at the same road. The city has an Air strip in the south side of the city & can he developed as a regular domestic airport.

Air[edit]

An airstrip (हवाई पट्टी) also exist on the south of railway line near Jaisinghpura village.[32]
Type-Active Airports Having Permanent Type Surface Runways With Less Than The Minimum Facilities Required For A, B, Or C Airports

Operating Agency Indian Air Force

24° 25' 51N 74° 52' 4E Runway 32/14 3610/95 GRE Elevation: 1600 AMSL Magnetic Variation: 0.005 W IATA Code FR 3231 ICAO (FAA VA1N)

A service of Air Taxi is introduced by Madhya Pradesh Tourism (with Ventura Airconnect) which provides Air Connectivity with Neemuch on requirement.[33]

Media[edit]

Radio[edit]

Neemuch only have one FM Radio Channel AIR-All India Radio at 100.1 MHz of.[34] It is a Low Power Transmitter (LPT) RELAY of 100 W.

Newspaper[edit]

Apart from major newspaper publishing houses, various regional publishers are also dominant in the city, Namely Dashpur Express, Malwa Today, Malwa Darshan, Neemuch Patrika etc. Dominant State Newspaper publishing houses are Naidunia Naidunia [30], Dainik Bhaskar & Raj Express.

Books Novels & Poems[edit]

  1. The Conceited Sparrow of Neemuch: A Conceit in Four Flights of Fancy (1880)[35]
  2. The name of Neemuch is also mentioned in Poem The Seven Seas/The Ladies by Rudyard Kipling who is a British author and poet, Born in Bombay.
  3. Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India, Volume 2 By Reginald Heber[36]
  4. Studies In Indian History: Rajasthan Through The Ages The Heritage Of Rajputs (Set Of 5 Vols.)[37]

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