Friday, July 3, 2020

A brief intro of the Malwa plateau

Malwa plateau was known by the nickname 'Hoon ka Bhandar' in the western part of Madhya Pradesh.  This plateau is made of lava soil. Indore, Dewas, Ujjain, Ratlam, Madasaur, Dhar, Jhabua, Alirajpur comes are in this area. The districts of Bhopal Sehore, Raisen, Vidisha, Guna, Sagar, etc. come.  The area of ​​this plateau covered by rocks of Deccan Trap is 88,222 sq. km.  Chambal, Kshipra, Kalisindh, Parvati, Betba are the main rivers of this region.  Mud and lime dissolved soil was found here. 

The climate of the Malwa plateau is generally equable.
Here in summer, there is neither too much heat nor in winter.  Rain Varies between 75 cm and 125 cm.  
The major forest productions of this region are teak, sal, held, tendupatta, salai Cree wood, etc.
It is a major producer of wheat.  In addition, sugarcane, sorghum, maize, gram, groundnut, soya-bean, cotton, etc. are harvested.
There is almost a lack of minerals in this area.
Agriculture is the main occupation of this region.  
This plateau is rich in industrial terms major industries of this area are artificial fiber factory in Nagda, a cotton textile factory in Ratlam, Indore, Dewas, Ujjain, and Bhopal, Heavy in Bhopal, Electricals is a motor vehicle industry in Pithampur (Dhar) called Detroit of India.  Here the main city of India-Bhopal road, rail.
Here, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India, the Mahakaleshwar temple is located in Ujjain wherein every 12 years Mahakumbh fair is held.  
Apart from this, Mandu is located in Dhar, the stupa of Sanchi (Raison), built by Ashoka and as World Heritage
 Bhimbethika (Raisen), the center of the integrated prehistoric painting, is the main tourist place here.

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