Nimar is the southwestern part of the state of Madhya Pradesh in the West-Central part of India.This region also has sub-regions, as nimad, khandya, bhuwana.
This region is located South of the Vindhya mountains, and consists of two parts, the Narmada and Tapti river valleys, separated part of the Satpura range, about 15 miles 24 km wide. On the highest peak, about 800 feet 244 meters above the plain and 1800 ft 549 m above sea level, stands the fortress of Asirgarh, commanding a pass which for centuries was the chief highway between upper India and the Deccan.
In Nimar region is home to the Nimadi language, which is related to the Malvi language of Malwa as well as other Rajasthani language.
Nimar formed district of British India, in the Nerbudda division of the Central provinces. The administrative headquarters was in Khandwa, but the capital in the Muslim times was Burhanpur. Square, 4273 11.067 MI2 km2, Population 1901 329.615. The main crops of cotton and millet, Ganja or Indian hemp was also allowed to be grown under government control. The great Indian Peninsula railway ran through the district, and a branch of the Rajputana line from Indore joined it at Khandwa. There were factories for cleaning and pressing cotton at Khandwa, and manufacture of gold-embroidered cloth at Burhanpur. The district contained extensive forests, and the government preserved a section known is the Punasa forest, which extended for about 120 miles 190 km along the South Bank of the Narmada, home to forests of TEAK Tectona Grandis Terminalia tomentosa Sain for and anjan Hardwickia Binata tree.
Nimar was also a district in the Principality of Indore lying West of the British district on both banks of the Narmada. Area, 3871 10.026 mile2 km2, pop. 1901 257.110. Since 1823 this tract, then belonging to Sindhia rulers of Gwalior, was under British control in 1861 he was transferred in full sovereignty to the British, but in 1867 it passed with such rulers of Indore as the result of territorial exchange.
After Indian independence in 1947, the former British district became the Nimar district of the new state of Madhya Pradesh, with its administrative seat at Khandwa, in Nimar district of Indore state became the Nimar district of the state of Madhya Bharat, with its administrative seat at Khargone. When Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 1956, the former Madhya Bharat district became West Nimar district, the Eastern district became East Nimar district. West Nimar district was split into the districts of Barwani and Khargone on may 24, 1998, as well as East Nimar district was split into the districts of Khandwa and Burhanpur on August 15, 2003.
1. Cities Nimar. (Нимар Городах)
- Rajpur. (Раджпуре)
- Chetii. (Четии)
- Barwani. (Барвани)
- Andrade. (Андраде)
- Kukshi. (Кукши)
- Burhanpur. (Бурханпур)
- Khandwa. (Кхандва)
- Mundi. (Мунди)
- Palsud the contest. (Palsud по итогам конкурса конкурса)
- Beria. (Берия)
- Pati. (Пати)
- Maheshwar. (Махешвар)
- Sendhwa. (Сендхва)
- Mandhata. (Мандхата)
- Sanawad. (Санавад)
2. Policies Nimar. (Политики Нимар)
- Tantia Bhīl - the leader of the tribe, who actively fought against the British rule between 1878 and 1889.
- Arun Yadav. (Арун Шахова)
- Bala Bachchan. (Бала Баччан)
- Vijaylaxmi sadho. (Виджаялакшми sadho)
- Dhursingh Khedkar.
- Nandkumar Singh Chauhan. (Nandkumar Сингх Чаухан)
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