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About Jabalpur

Jabalpur is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Here is the Madhya Pradesh High Court and State Institute of Science. It is also called Sanchar Prashna of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from the Army's cantonment there is also the headquarters of the Indian Ordnance Builders' Factory and West Central Railway.

History

According to mythologies and legends, the name of this city was first Jabalipuram, because its relation was linked to Maharishi Jabali. Those who are told that they used to reside here. After the election of 1781 only as the headquarters of the Marathas, the power of this town grew, later it became the headquarters of the British Commission of the Sagar and Narmada regions. Here the municipality was formed in 1864. The fort of Madan Mahal is situated on a hill, which is an old Gond fort built by King Madan Singh in about 1100 AD, which was constructed with a strategic purpose. It does not have a residential system. It has a fortress right in the west, which was the principal town of the 14th century four independent Gond kingdoms. Fossils derived from Bhedghat, Gawarghat and Jabalpur indicate that it was the habitat of the man of the Palepaharan era of prehistoric times. Madan Mahal, many temples built in the city and several temples built by Gond kings inform the ancient glory of this place. There are also many Buddhist, Hindu and Jain ruins in this area. It is said that 52 ancient talents in Jabalpur have increased their identity here, of which only a few ponds are left, but the names of those ancient rhythms are still prevalent. Some of which are the following; Adalat, Ranital, Cherital, Hanumanatal, Phuttal, Madhalal, Hathit, Sumatal, Devalal, Colatal, Bagat, Thakurtal, Gulua Tal, Madhotal, Mathath, Suatal, Khambatal, Gokalpur Talab, Shaheetlab, Mahanadabad pond, Ukhari pond, Kadam Talaiya, Bhanatlaiya, Srinath's Talaiya, Tilakbhoomi Talaiya, Bani Singh's Talaiya, Tantalaya, Loko Talaiya, Kakaraiya Talaiya, Judithlaya, Gangasagar, Sangramsagar. The Tripura Sundari temple situated on Jabalpur Bhedaghat road is related to the Rajshekhar, a Sanskrit poet of Hathiagadh Sanskrit.

Geographical Situation

Located in the Vindhya mountain ranges, this town is situated on the banks of the river Narmada. Jabalpur is connected to the main cities of India by air and air routes from Delhi and Mumbai.

Population

According to the 2001 census, Jabalpur Municipal Corporation has a population of 9,51,469, Jabalpur Cantonment area has a population of 66,482 and Jabalpur district has a total population of 21,67,469.

Industry and Trade

This town is also important from strategic point of view, here is a central manufactory arms manufacturing factory and an arsenal of artillery making. Major industries include food processing, saw mill and various constructions.

Agriculture and Minerals

A highly fertile, wheat-farmed terrain haveli situated on the western edge of Narmada river valley, in its vicinity. Other important crops of rice, jowar, gram and oilseeds are nearby. There is extensive scale of iron ore, limestone bauxite, smooth clay, fire pit clay, rocket, felspare, manganese and ocher.

Education

There are many universities in this city -

  • Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University
  • Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Sciences
  • Nanaji Deshmukh University of Veterinary Science Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU)
  • Dharmashastra National Law University Jabalpur
Medical College
  • Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College
  • Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary University
Engineering College
  • Jabalpur Engineering College,Jabalpur
  • Guru Ramdas Khalsa Institute of Science & Techonology
  • Hitkarini College of Engineering and Technology
  • PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing
  • Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology
  • Shri Ram Institute of Techonology
  • Takshashilka Institute of Science & Techonology
Agricultural College
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural College
  • Jabalpur Agricultural College
Music Art
  • Bhatkhande Music Art School
  • Divisional Balbhavan Jabalpur
Famous Place
  • Madan Mahal of Rani Durgavati - The fort of Madan Mahal was built in 1116 by King Madan Shah. Jabalpur, Acharya Vinoba Bhave gave the name of 'Sanskaardhani'.
  • Bhedhaghat - Chautastha Yogini Temple, protected by the Archaeological Survey of India, is located near it - Smokhadhar Falls, Bharaghat is a fascinating tourist destination.
  • Tripura Sundari Temple - Tripura Sundari Temple is located in Tewar village on Bhedaghat road around 13 km from the centre of the city Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. One of the main attractions of Jabalpur, Tripura Sundari Temple is considered as sacred and is an important place of worship in the city. Built in the 11th century, it is believed that the idol housed in the temple emerged from the ground. Tripura literally means three cities and sundari means beautiful ladies; hence, the popular inference that is accepted as the meaning of the temple is beautiful goddess of the three cities.
  • Temples
    • Chausat Yogini Temple - Bhedaghat
    • Dakshineswara Kali Mandir - Bargi
    • Tripura Sundari Temple - Tevar Jabalpur
    • Bajana Math - Shashtrinagar Jabalpur
    • Gupteeshwar Temple
    • Shani Mandir Tilwara
    • Badi Khermai Mandir
    • Boodhi Khermai Mandir
    • Kali Mandir - Devtal Jabalpur
    • Ramayan Mandir - Jabalpur
    • Gavinath Mandir - Jabalpur
    • Ramayan Mandir - Jabalpur
    • Mala Devi Mandir - Purva, Garha Jabalpur
    • Gutamji ki Madhiya, Garha Jabalpur
    • Lord Shiva Temple, Vijay Nagar, Jabalpur
    Wharf / Ghat
    • Bhedghat - Bhedaghat
    • Tilwara Ghat
    • Jilehrighat
    • Gawarighat
    • Uma Ghat
    • Khari Ghat
    • Lamheta Ghat
    • Siddhaghat
    • Daroga Ghat
    • Saraswati Ghat
    • Nandikeshwar Ghat
    Famous Person
    A: poet and writer
    • Late Pandit Rameshwar Guru
    • Seth Govinda Das
    B: Poet, Literature, Writer
    • Late Pannalal Srivastava "Noor"
    • Late Keshav Pathak
    • Bhavani Prasad Tiwari
    • Hari Shankar Parsai
    • Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
    • Subhadra Kumari Chauhan
    • Bhupendra Nath Kaushik
    • Rameshwar Shukla Zone
    • Late Amritlal vadaad
    C: Politicians
    • Dwarka Prasad Mishra, Former Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh
    • Osho
    • Brajesh Mishra
    D: Actor Actress
    • Premnath
    • Rajinder Nath
    • Raghuveer Yadav
    • Mrs. Pushpa Joshi