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The agro-based industries of Madhya Pradesh.

Madhya Pradesh is one of the four industrialized states of the country, an exceptionally rich natural resource and rich in manpower. Apart from being an agrarian state, it is also a state rich in forest wealth and mineral wealth, and industries have been established on the basis of these immense natural wealth. Although several industrial units and mineral and forest wealth have been snatched from the state due to the separation of Chhattisgarh, despite this Madhya Pradesh has managed to strengthen its industrial position, thanks to the untiring efforts made by the state government.

Madhya Pradesh is an agrarian state whose economy is directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture. Indirectly, the raw material produced in agriculture is used for the operation of industries and industries are important pillars of the economy of the state. In this way, many industries have been established in Madhya Pradesh on the basis of agricultural crops like cotton, sugarcane, soybean, oilseeds, pulses, etc., the details of which are as follows:

1 cotton textile industry - Madhya Pradesh in terms of cotton textile production Ranked third in the country. M.P. Cotton is cultivated in the rivers of Wardha and Poorna. The state focuses on cotton textiles. Indore is the largest center of cotton textile industry. Ujjain, Gwalior, Mandsaur etc. are other major centers.

2 Sugar Industry - MP Many sugar mills have been set up in the western part of the sugar industry in the western part of which - Dabra Sugar Mills Ltd. (Dabra), Bhopal Sugar Mills (Sehore), Jivaji Rao Sugar Company Ltd. (Daloda), Javra Sugar Mills (Javra), Govinddas Sugar Mills (Mahidpur Road), Sarangpur, Allot Mill etc. have been found.

3 Vanaspati Ghee - There are factories of Banaspati Ghee in Ganjbasoda, Jabalpur, Khandwa, Gwalior and Indore in the state.

4 Artificial fiber fabric industry - The factory for making fabrics with artificial fibers is in Valier, Nagda, Ujjain, Indore, Dewas etc.

5 Soybean Oil Industry - Elevant extract plants have been installed in the state to extract oil from soybean. For this purpose, one factory each has been opened on the basis of cooperative in Ujjain and Barwah. Factories have also been established in Ujjain to make milk, cottage cheese, big from soybean.

6 Jute Industry - Jute makes ropes, twine and other items. There are two small factories in the state which are Satna and Amalai (G. Shahdol).
are situated.

In conclusion, it can be said that M.P. There is an agrarian state where many industries have been established on the basis of agricultural products. Here the cotton textile industry and soybean oil industry are all over the country, but due to lack of finance and modern technologies, agriculture is also backward and agriculture based industries too. Therefore, along with upgrading the agriculture of the state, the industries based on it
Efforts should be made for development so that their contribution can be increased in the economy of the state.

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