Some facts about Madhya-Pradesh.


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Hello friends, I would like to share some facts about our state Madhya-Pradesh.

Establishment year of Madhya Pradesh


Our state is also known as the Heart of India, because it is situated at the center of our country. Before the Independence Nagpur is the capital of Madhya-Pradesh. In British rule it is also known as Central India or Madhya-Bharat .The existence of Madhya-Pradesh was come in the year 1956. The undivided Madhya-Pradesh was established on 1st of November 1956.Also a new capital was born in place of Nagpur, which is Bhopal. On 1st of November 2000, Chhattisgarh was departing from Madhya-Pradesh.

Geographical Position of Madhya Pradesh


Madhya-Pradesh is located at the center location of India. Madhya-Pradesh is bounded by five states which are Rajasthan, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Uttarpradesh and Maharashtra.

Ranges in Madhya Pradesh


Madhya-Pradesh having two ranges, which are Vindhya Range and Satpura Range. Vindhya Range is located at the east part of Madhya-Pradesh while Satpura at the west part.

Rivers in Madhya Pradesh


Madhya-Pradesh have large amount of water resources. There are so many rivers lies in Madhya-Pradesh which are not only fulfilling the human needs but also contributing in the economical growth of our state. Narmada , Tapti , Chambal, Betwa, Shipra and Sone are some of the names of rivers which lies in Madhya-Pradesh , playing a vital role for our state.

Soil of Madhya Pradesh


There are many variety of soils in Madhya-Pradesh.Black soil, Red soil , Yellow soil and mixed soil are some of types which are found in Madhya-Pradesh.

Climate of Madhya Pradesh


Madhya-Pradesh have hot and dry climate between April to June month and cool between November to March month. Monsoon rains are come between the July to September month.

National Parks in Madhya Pradesh


There are nine national parks in Madhya-Pradesh which are Kanha national park, Bandhavgarh national park,Van Vihar national park, Panna national park, Pench national park, Madhav national park, Sanjay national park , Satpura national park and Mandla Forest national park .

Languages spoken in Madhya Pradesh


Hindi is the main and common language of Madhya-Pradesh, other than Hindi Bundeli, Malvi , Nimadi are also spoken by the peoples of Madhya-Pradesh in different regions. Urdu is also spoken in some parts of Madhya-Pradesh where the Muslims are in majority.


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