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Shajapur is a town in Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh state in west-central India. It is the head quarters of Shajapur district.

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History

Shajapur named after honor of Shahjahan the Mughal Emperor who halted here in 1640. It is said that the original name was Shahjahanpur, which subsequently reduces to Shajapur. When Gwalior acceded to the Government of India after Indian Independence in 1947, Shajapur District, along with the rest of Gwalior State, became part of Madhya Bharat. Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 1956

Geography

Shajapur is located at 23°26′N 76°16′E / 23.43°N 76.27°E / 23.43; 76.27.[1] It has an average elevation of 443 metres (1453 ft).The highest peak is known as Bhairo Dungri.

Aerial view of Shajapur from Bhairo Dungri
Aerial view of Shajapur from Bhairo Dungri

Demographics

As of 2011 India census,[2] Shajapur district had a population of 1,290,685, with 669,852 males and 620,833 females.

The most common language spoken is Hindi, but people still speak Malvi, a local language similar to Hindi in dialect and script.

Tourism

The town contains numerous places of interest including:

  • Sonaniya Bheru Maharaj temple is situated in Araniya Kalan (town in Kalapipal block).
  • The Raj Rajeshwari Temple is one of Famous Shakti Temple Sculpture of temple is about 10th century A.D. Age of Parmars. It is situated near the A.B, Road. It is estimated to have been built between 1007 and 1009 by Raja Bhoj. Mangal Nath Temple is behind the Raj Raeshvari Temple and near the Bank of Chillar River.
  • The Karedi Mata temple, which was built by Karan (Mahabharata)(15 km From District HQ situated In Ujjain-Shajapur District Boundaries) "Mahakaleswar Temple" is situated in "sundersi". It was from ancient time. Sundersi is a historical place in the honor of 'sunderbai' sister of "maharaja vikramaditya" this place is known as "sundergarh".
  • The old fort is near the bank of the Chiler river built by the Mughal Emperor. The fort used to contain the district court but it is now home to the Central School of Shajapur and Girls District College (GDC).
  • Pale wale Baba ka Mandir (Khardon Kalan) & Mata Vijyasan Mandir (Lasudliya Patla) are at 110 km from Shajapur.
  • Pandu Kho (Near Lal Ghati) where Pandawas (Mahabharat) stayed during their Vanvas.
  • Bapu Ki Kutia is situated near collectorate at AB Road, Shajapur (Temple & Samadhi).
  • Muradpura Temple (Old Famous Temple of God Hanuman)
  • Mankamneshwar Mahadev Temple (Kumharia Khas) is very old Temple of God Shiva.
  • Baba Baijnath Temple (Agar) is 70 km from District HQ.
  • Mata Baglamukhi Temple (Nalkheda) is one of the shakti peeth in India and a very famous temple of Nalkheda tehsil(now in newly made district. AGAR).
  • Nityanand Ashram is situated at AB Road Shajapur
  • Bhairo Dungri. it is the highest mountain peak in Shajapur and having a temple at the top.
  • Fort, and Jama Masjid.
  • mazare-e-sherif, the famous mazare is situated near at Kashinagar,Shajapur.
  • Chillar Dam is very important place of tourist it is life line of shajapur. It's situated in the village Sanpkheda.
  • Iklera mataji is the famous temple situated at iklera.
  • Ballon is the famous temple situated at ballon pond.
  • railway
  • Famous temple of God Hanuman is situated at bolai.
  • Famous temple of Baba Ramdev Ji Maharaj is situated at khatsur.
  • Famous temple of Ilahi Mata Ji is situated at Village MADANA.
  • Famous Kamdhenu Gau-Shaala is situated at Village MADANA, which is having more than 200 cows.
  • Gayatri Mandir (Temple of Goddess Gayatri) situated near Station Road, Rajnagar Colony.


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Gallery

In popular media

In the opening scenes of the popular yesteryears Hindi film Shree 420, the protagonist (Raj Kapoor) finds a road crossing showing the direction to three places, of which one is Shajapur. The other two are Dewas and Bombay.[5]

References

Madhya Pradesh district location map Shajapur.svg
  1. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Shajapur
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 16 June 2004. Retrieved 1 November 2008.
  3. ^ "District Administration Shajapur (M.P.)". Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Gallery". Sheetal Medical Stores. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  5. ^ "Movie - Shree 420". www.youku.com. You Ku. Retrieved 15 June 2017.
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