Shajapur is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Located in the Malwa region, it is the headquarters of the Shajapur district.
Shajapur has a rich history that dates back to ancient times. The city was ruled by several dynasties, including the Mauryas, Guptas, and Marathas. During the reign of the Mughals, Shajapur was a major center of trade and commerce. The city was also an important military outpost during the Maratha Empire.
In 1818, the British took control of Shajapur, and it became part of the British Raj. After India gained independence in 1947, Shajapur became part of the newly-formed state of Madhya Pradesh.
Shajapur is located at an altitude of 482 meters above sea level. It is situated on the banks of the River Kshipra, which is a tributary of the River Chambal. The city covers an area of 60 square kilometers and is surrounded by hills on three sides.
As of the 2011 census, the population of Shajapur was 150,529. The city has a literacy rate of 77.19%, which is higher than the national average. Hindi is the main language spoken in Shajapur, although some people also speak Malvi and English.
Shajapur is primarily an agricultural city, and the economy is based on farming and related activities. The main crops grown in the region include wheat, soybean, cotton, and gram. The city also has a small industrial sector, with a few small-scale industries producing textiles, handloom, and handicrafts.
The culture of Shajapur is a blend of traditional and modern influences. The city is known for its music and dance, and several festivals are celebrated here throughout the year. One of the most important festivals is the Navratri, which is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Other festivals celebrated in Shajapur include Diwali, Holi, and Eid-ul-Fitr.
Shajapur is a popular tourist destination, with several historical and religious sites. Some of the most popular attractions in the city include:
|S.No||Tehsil / Taluk Name||District Name||State Name|
|2||Agar Malwa||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
|4||Awantipur Barodiya||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
|6||Barodia Kumaria||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
|12||Khokra Kalan||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
|13||Moman Badodiya||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
|18||Soyat Kalan||Shajapur||Madhya Pradesh|
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