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Discuss the Chambal Project. What is Chambal Project?

Electricity and water are the most important in the basic infrastructure of the development of the state, and the solution to both these problems is hidden in the river valley projects. Keeping this fact in mind, many river valley projects are being operated in the state. The initial and important point of this series is the Chambal Valley River Project, ie it is the first river valley project in the state which was started in 1953-54. This project M.P. And Rajasthan has a joint project which was intended to make irrigation, electricity, and a large sandy area green. This multipurpose project has been constructed on the Chambal River in the state, under which three dams have been constructed and a Kota Barrage Canal System has been developed. Their brief description is as follows -
Gandhi Sagar Dam - Gandhi Sagar Dam has been built in Bhanpura Tehsil of Mandsaur District of Madhya Pradesh. Its construction work in the year 1960. was done. This dam is 514 m. Long and 64 m. Is high A ful…

Write a short essay on the development of tourism in Madhya Pradesh.

- Madhya Pradesh has immense possibilities for tourism and is very important from the point of view of tourism. Madhya Pradesh is called the heart of India. India is the second-largest state in terms of area. (3,08,000 sq km M) and 6 percent of India's total population (2011) (7,26,26,809). M One-third of Q. is protected as forest wealth. Where tourists can get a wonderful experience of getting to know wildlife. M.P. Has its own culture and religious traditions, their festivals add color to the fairs. M.P. Natural, cultural, religious and archaeological, and historical is important from all four perspectives. The Vindhyachal and Satpura mountain ranges and the Narmada, Tapti, Chambal, Sone, Betwa areas have enhanced natural beauty in this state. The beauty of Pachmarhi, the marble rocks of Bhedaghat, Dhumadhar Falls, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh Fort, and National National Park are famous tourist places for prehistoric caves and wildlife for a variety of reindeer. Forts, palace…

Throw light on the characteristics of Malwa painting.

-Malvi Folk Painting- M.P. The districts of Indore, Ujjain, Dewas, Sehore, Ratlam, Mandsaur, Raisen, etc. are included in the Malwa region. Most of the folk paintings in Malwa are made by the women of the house. The following forms of Malwa folk painting are popular -
1 Chitravan- These paintings are made by 'Chitre' caste. In which pictures of band-instruments, palanquins, horsemen, elephant-groom, bride, Parvati, Ganesh and Shivji are carved on the walls of the house and temples.
2 Mandane - On Diwali or any other mangical occasion, the walls and floors of the house are dipped with cow dung and yellow clay, and artistic mandanas are made by ocher and white alabaster soil.
3. Rangoli- On a special occasion or celebration, the women of the house make rangoli with gulal or dry colors.
Shapes of Sanja - In Shraddha Paksha, virgin girls make and worship Sanja's figures on the walls of the house with cow dung, flowers and leaf. On the 15th day all Pitra Amavasya is immersed in the…

Sketch the characteristics of Buddhist sites of Madhya Pradesh.

Sanchi is located in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh. It is 46 km from Bhupal. It is famous for its Buddhist stupas included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The main stupa of these was built by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka the Great. The column article of Emperor Ashoka is also found here. A few years ago the International Buddhist University has also been established here. Ashoka's beloved Rani Devi is also said to be born in Sanchi. She was the daughter of Vidisha's superior. He was also married to Ashoka here. The Buddhist stupa was built by Ashoka at the behest of the goddess and under his supervision. Ashoka's pages Mahendra and Putri Sanghamitra, who spread Buddhism in Sri Lanka, also resided in Sanchi's monastery. In 483 BC, when Mahatma Buddha was consecrated in Kushinagar, it was decided to build a total of 8 stupas on his metal (ashes). After about two hundred years after this, when the Mauryan emperor Ashoka came, he decided to build 84 thousand stupas, not…

Throw light on the prominent historical tourist places of Madhya Pradesh.

- Madhya Pradesh is very rich in terms of historical tourist places. Archaeological material is available here from ancient times to modern era, which is present everywhere in the entire state. Many important materials of historical importance have been collected and kept in museums in Gwalior and Bhopal. Details of major historical and administrative tourist places. As follows-
(1) Khajuraho- Khajuraho is the first choice of domestic and foreign tourists in Madhya Pradesh. The crafts engraved on the temples here make anyone spellbound. The Khajuraho temple has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its classy and luxurious nature. Khajuraho was the religious and cultural center of the Chandela rulers. Its foundation The famous Raja Chand Verma kept it. In ancient times this place has been associated with various geographical units, in which Chedi, Dasharana, Chandrakhali, Bukha and Jejakabhukti are prominent. The rulers of this place were the most powerful of the contempo…

Industrial development in Madhya Pradesh Agro industrial sector

Madhya Pradesh is one of the four industrialized states of the country due to its exceptionally rich and human labor of natural resources. Apart from being an agrarian state, it is also a state rich in bona fide and mineral wealth and industries have been established on the basis of these immense natural wealth. Although many industrial units and mineral and forest estates 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 agricultural state whose economy is directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture. Indirectly, the raw material produced in agriculture is used for the operation of rich industries and the industries of the state's economy There are important columns. In this way, many industries were established in Madhya Pradesh on the basis of agricultural crops such as cotton, sugarcane, soybea…

Explain the physiography of Baghelkhand region.

- MP One of the 7 parts of which is geographically divided, is Baghelkhand, which has its distinct relief and topographic features. In fact, the plateau of Baghelkhand is situated in the northeast of the state of Madhya Pradesh, in its north is Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand in the east, Chhattisgarh in the south and Mandla and Jabalpur in the west. Baghelkhand Some area of ​​the K plateau is separated from Madhya Pradesh along with Chhattisgarh. Main districts under Baghelkhand plateau in present Madhya Pradesh Shahdol, Singrauli, Anuppur, Umaria, Katni and Sidhi.
The plateau of Baghelkhand is more than 1500 meters high, low-lying area, in the vast region there are rocks of the Adyamahakalpa and Jurassic period. The Gondwana rock group is the specialty of this region. In fact, there are three rock assemblages in the state - the Gondwana rock group which extends east-west of a basin in the state, the Vindhyan rock association which joins the Son valley, and the Adhyamakalpi rock group which co…

Write about the Narmada Valley Project.

Narmada Valley Project is one of the major river valley projects in India. Many dams and canals are to be built under this project. The Narmada Valley Project is one of the most important projects in Madhya Pradesh. This project is called the life of the state Narmada RiverFocuses on It is one of the major river valley projects in India.Being an inter-state settlement, the Government of India formed the Narmada Water Disputes Authority in 1969, which has allocated 18.25 million acre-feet of water out of the total 28 million acre-feet of water for use to Madhya Pradesh. Similarly, 9 million acre-feet water has been given to Gujarat, 0.05 million acre-feet water to Maharashtra, and 0.25 million acre-feet water to Rajasthan. The tribunal had arranged that this allocation would remain in effect for 45 years, after which the system would be reviewed.The 41 main tributaries of the Narmada River bring with them the waters of Maikal, Vindhyachal, and Satpura ranges. Hence; For exploitation an…

Examine the New Forest Policy (2005) of Madhya Pradesh.

- Madhya Pradesh is a prosperous state in view of forest wealth, whose conservation and promotion is necessary. In view of this, the new forest policy of the state has been approved in the meeting of the Council of Ministers on 4 April 2005. However, before this, the state forest policy of 1952 in the undivided state was applicable in Madhya Pradesh. Due to the passage of time of about 52 years, this policy was required to undergo major changes as a result of many changes and the need for specific geographical, social, and economic conditions of the state. Apart from this, in the year 1988, the revised National Forest Policy was declared, according to the provisions of which, it was necessary to make arrangements in the state's forest policy. In the earlier forest policy, where revenue income was given priority, in the current policy, considering it as secondary, the main goal is forested. Sustainable management of the environment is to protect the environment and provide employmen…

Divide Madhya Pradesh into Agro-climatic zones and describe them in detail.

- Madhya Pradesh is geographically a vast state, with differences in geographical areas as well as socioeconomic bases. This wide area is characterized by soil type, rainfall andBased on the production of crops, 11 agricultural climates have been distributed in the state, whose brief description is as follows:
(1) Chhattisgarh Plain - This area is mainly spread in the state of Chhattisgarh, under which M.P. The district of Balaghat is included. This region is the main producer of rice. The amount of rainfall here is 1200 to 1600 mm (120–160 cm) and a plurality of medium red-yellow soil. It is also known as the Rice State.(2) Northern hilly region of Chhattisgarh - Apart from Chhattisgarh under this, M.P. K. Sidhi, Singrauli, Shahdol, Anuppur, Dindori and Mandla districts come. This is also the predominantly rice state and the average rainfall is also 120 cm. 160 cm from is . The soil found here is red-yellow and medium black.

(3) Kaimur plateau and Satpura mountainous region This agricu…

Industrial areas which have developed around main cities of Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, the heartland of a country exceptionally rich of natural resources and full of human labor. It is one of the major industrial states of the country. M.P. The state is full of agriculture-based, One R Khanji. TheseIndustries have been established on the basis of natural resources, whose concentration is more around major cities like Pithampur (Indore), Mandidweep (Bhopal), Bhel (Bhopal), Dewas, Jabalpur, Bhind, Jhabua, Katni etc.

Madhya Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation was established in September 1965. The main objective of its establishment was to provide financial assistance to public industries and to encourage new industries. In 1981–82The responsibilities of this corporation were expanded and it was given the form of a motivating institution.

Half of the 26 industrial development centers established so far in Madhya Pradesh have been set up in backward areas. The backward districts of the state have been given the most concessions and facilities by the gov…

Child Health Programme in Madhya Pradesh

Child Health program in mp was started to prevent the death of newborns and to ensure their better health. Of the newborn deaths that occur around the world, 30 percent i.e. about 1.2 million deaths occur in India and the highest infant mortality rate in the country. Has been found in, Therefore, the current state of health in Madhya Pradesh emphasizes the need for health care of newborns. The mortality rate of newborns in Madhya Pradesh is 44.9 (National Family Health Survey,(NFHS-3), 2005-06, India) Survey results of DLHS-3 reveal the reasons for this increased mortality. Low birth weight at the time of birth is the main reason for 42 percent of these deaths. It is important to note that if the weight of the newborn is low at birth, then the chances of survival of her during the first month are very low. In Madhya Pradesh, 23.4 percent of newborn babies born in the year 2005-06 had less than two and a half kilograms.Community Health Center with 24 hours facility for newborn care - 2…