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       Madhya Pradesh , meaning Central Province) is a state in central India. Its capital is Bhopal and the largest city is Indore. Nicknamed the "heart of India" due to its geographical location in India, Madhya Pradesh is the second-largest state in the country by area. With over 75 million inhabitants, it is the fifth-largest state in India by population. It borders the states of Uttar Pradesh to the north-east,Chhattisgarh to the south-east, Maharashtra to the south, Gujarat to the west, and Rajasthan to the northwest. Its total area is 308,245 km². Before 2000, When Chattisgarh was a part of Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh was the largest state in India and the distance between two furthest points inside the state, Singoli and Konta was 1500 km.
                            The area covered by the present-day Madhya Pradesh includes the area of the ancient Avanti mahajanapada, whose capital Ujjain (also known as Avantika) arose as a major city during the second wave of Indian urbanisation in the sixth century BCE. Subsequently, the region was ruled by the major dynasties of India. By the early 18th century, the region was divided into several small kingdoms which were captured by the British and incorporated into Central Provinces and Berar and the Central India Agency. After India's independence, Madhya Pradesh state was created with Nagpur as its capital: this state included the southern parts of the present-day Madhya Pradesh and north-eastern portion of today's Maharashtra. In 1956, this state was reorganised and its parts were combined with the states of Madhya BharatVindhya Pradesh and Bhopalto form the new Madhya Pradesh state with Bhopal as its capital; the Marathi-speaking Vidarbha region was removed and merged with the then Bombay State. This state was the largest in India by area until 2000, when its southeastern Chhattisgarh region was made a separate state.
In recent years, the state's GDP growth has been above the national average.
            Rich in mineral resources, MP has the largest reserves of diamond and copper in India. More than 30% of its area is under the forest cover. Its tourism industry has seen considerable growth, with the state topping the National Tourism Awards in the year 2010–11.
            Madhya Pradesh literally means "Central Province", and is located in the geographic heart of India.The state is bordered on the west by Gujarat, on the northwest by Rajasthan, on the northeast by Uttar Pradesh, on the east by Chhattisgarh, and on the south by Maharashtra.Madhya Pradesh has a subtropical climate. Like most of north India .
               The forest cover is less dense in the northern and western parts of the state, which contain the major urban centres. Variability in climatic and edaphic conditions brings about significant difference in the forest types of the state.
              Madhya Pradesh is home to 09 National Parks, including Bandhavgarh National ParkKanha National ParkSatpura National ParkSanjay National ParkMadhav National ParkVan Vihar National ParkMandla Plant Fossils National ParkPanna National Park, and Pench National Park.[18] There are also a number of natural preserves, including AmarkantakBagh CavesBalaghatBori Natural ReserveKen GharialGhatigaonKuno PalpurNarwarChambalKukdeshwar,NarsinghgarhNora DehiPachmarhi, Panpatha, Shikarganj, Patalkot and TamiaPachmarhi Biosphere Reserve in Satpura Range, Amarkantak biosphere reserve and panna national park are three of the 18 biosphere reserves in India.
KanhaBandhavgarhPenchPanna, and Satpura National Park are managed as Project Tiger areas. Sardarpur sanctuary in Dhar and Sailana are managed for conservation of kharmor or lesser florican. Ghatigaon sanctuary is managed for great Indian bustard or Son Chiriya. The National Chambal Sanctuary is managed for conservation of gharial and muggerriver dolphinsmooth-coated otter and a number of turtle species. Ken-gharial and Son-gharial sanctuaries are managed for conservation of gharial and mugger. Barasingha is the state animal and dudhraj is the state bird of Madhya Pradesh.
Based on composition, the teak and sal forests are the important forest formations in the state. Bamboo-bearing areas are widely distributed.
                 The Narmada is the longest river in Madhya Pradesh. It flows westward through a rift valley, with the Vindhya ranges sprawling along its northern bank and the Satpura range of mountains along the southern. Its tributaries include the Banjar, the Tawa, theMachna, the Shakkar, the Denwa and theSonbhardra rivers. The Tapti River runs parallel to Narmada, and also flows through a rift valley. The Narmada–Tapti systems carry and enormous volume of water and provide drainage for almost a quarter of the land area of Madhya Pradesh.
                      The Vindhyas form the southern boundary of the Ganges basin, with the western part of the Ganges basin draining into the Yamunaand the eastern part directly into the Ganges itself. All the rivers, which drain into the Ganges, flow from south to north, with the ChambalShipraKali SindhParbati,KunoSindBetwaDhasan and Ken rivers being the main tributaries of the Yamuna. Shipra River is one of the most sacred rivers of Hinduism. It is the site of the Simhastha Kumbh Mela, which is held every 12 years. The land drained by these rivers is agriculturally rich, with the natural vegetation largely consisting of grass and dry deciduous forest types, largely thorny. The eastern part of the Ganges basin consists of the Son, the Tons and the RihandRivers. Son, which arises in the Maikal hills around Amarkantak, is the largest tributary that goes into the Ganges on the south bank and that does not arise from the Himalayas. Son and its tributaries contribute the bulk of the monsoon flow into the Ganges, because the north bank tributaries are all snow fed. The forests in their basins are much richer than the thorn forests of the northwestern part of Madhya Pradesh.
                   After the formation of Chhattisgarh State, the major portion of Mahanadi basin now lies in Chhattisgarh. Presently, only 154 km2 basin area of Hasdeo River in Anuppur District lies in Madhya Pradesh.
              The Satpuras, in the Gawilgarh and Mahadeo Hills, also contain a watershed, which is south facing. The Wainganga, theWardha, the Pench, the Kanhan rivers, discharge an enormous volume of water into the Godavari river system. The Godavari basin consists of sub-tropical, semi-moist forests, mainly in the valley of the Indrawati. There are many important multi-state irrigation projects in development, including the Godavari River Basin Irrigation Projects.
                       The official language of the state is Hindi. In addition Urdu and Marathi are spoken by a substantial number of the population since the state was home to several important and prestigious Maratha states. The state in fact has the highest concentration of Marathi people outside Maharashtra. Several regional variants are spoken, which are considered by some to be dialects of Hindi, and by others to be distinct but related languages. Among these dialects are Malvi in MalwaNimadiin NimarBundeli in Bundelkhand, and Bagheli in Bagelkhand and the southeast. Each of these languages has dialects of its own. Other languages include Telugu, Bhilodi (Bhili), GondiKorkuKalto (Nahali), and Nihali (Nahali), all spoken by tribal groups.
                              Madhya Pradesh's gross state domestic product (nominal GDP) for 2013-14 was  4,509 billion (approximately US$ 72,726,000,000). The per-capita figure was US$ 871.45 in 2013-14, the sixth-lowest in the country. Between 1999 and 2008, the annualised growth rate of the state was very low: 3.5%.Subsequently, the state's GDP growth rate has improved significantly, rising to 8% during 2010–11 and 12% during 2011–12.
Madhya pradesh is also famous for honey production in district Morena.
                      The state has an agrarian economy. The major crops of Madhya Pradesh are wheat, soybean, gram, sugarcane, rice, maize, cotton, rapeseed, mustard and arhar.  Minor Forest Produce (MFP), such as tendu leaves used to roll beedi, sal seed, teak seed, and lak also contribute to state's rural economy.
                                                              Madhya Pradesh has 5 Special Economic Zones (SEZs): 3 IT/ITeS (Indore, Gwalior), 1 mineral-based (Jabalpur) and 1 agro-based (Jabalpur). In October 2011, approval was given to 14 proposed SEZs, out of which 10 were IT/ITeS-based.  Indore is the major commercial centre of the state. Because of the state's central location, a number of consumer goods companies have established manufacturing bases in MP.
               The state has the largest reserves of diamond and copper in India. Other major mineral reserves include those of coal, coalbed methanemanganese anddolomite.
                   Madhya Pradesh has 6 Ordnance Factories, 4 of which are located at Jabalpur (Vehicle FactoryGrey Iron FoundryGun Carriage FactoryOrdnance Factory Khamaria) and one each at Katni and Itarsi. The factories are run by the Ordnance Factories Board, and manufacture a variety of products for the Indian Armed Forces.
                 Madhya Pradesh won the 10th National Award for excellent work in Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 (MGNREGA) received by Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Gopal Bhargava of Madhya Pradesh by the Union Rural Development Minister Virendra Singh at the MGNREGA summit held at New Delhi.
            The state's tourism industry is growing, fuelled by wildlife tourism and a number of places of historical and religious significance. Sanchi and Khajuraho are frequented by external tourists. Besides the major cities, BhedaghatBhimbetka,BhojpurMaheshwarManduOrchhaPachmarhiKanha and Ujjain are the other popular tourist destinations.
The state has a total installed power generation capacity of 18917.16 MW (30 April 2016).
               Bus and train services cover most of Madhya Pradesh. The 99,043 km long road network of the state includes 20 national highways. A 4,948 km long rail network criss-crosses the state, with Jabalpur serving as headquarters for the West Central Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. The Central Railway and the Western Railway also cover parts of the state. Most of the western Madhya Pradesh comes under Ratlam Rail Division ofWestern Railways, including cities like Indore, Ujjain, Mandsaur, Khandwa, Neemuch and Bairagarh in Bhopal. The state has a total of 20 major railway junctions. The major inter-state bus terminals are located in BhopalIndore,Gwalior and Jabalpur. More than 2000 buses are conducted daily from these four cities. The intra-city transit systems mostly consist of buses, privateautos and taxis.
                         The state does not have a coastline. Most of the sea trade happens through the Kandla and Jawaharlal Nehru Port (Nhava Sheva) in the neighbouring states, which are well-connected to MP by road and rail networks.
                           The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport at Indore is the busiest airport in Madhya Pradesh. Raja Bhoj Airport in BhopalJabalpur AirportGwalior Airport and Khajuraho Airport also have scheduled commercial passenger services. Besides these, minorairstrips are located at RatlamUjjainKhandwaRewaShivpuri and Satna .
Madhya Pradesh state is made up of 51 Districts, which are grouped into 10 divisions.
                      As of 2013, the state has 51 jila (district) panchayats, 313 janpad panchayats/blocks, and 23043 gram (village) panchayats. The municipalities in the state include 16 Nagar Nigams, 100 Nagar Palikas and 238 Nagar Panchayats.
The state has 51 district hospitals, 333 community health centres, 1,155 primary health centres and 8,860 sub-centres.
                    The urban infrastructure has improved considerably in the past decade. 22 projects costing above $500 million have been sanctioned under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission for the development of Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpurand Ujjain
          Madhya Pradesh is the mixed state of both the departments of agriculture and industrialized. These two departments are dominated by different great dignity. The roads also grew unexpectedly fast. Here both transport and trade is staggering. Abhut earlier due to an increase in the future and may well better be imagined.               


District- 51

Capital – Bhopal

Area-  308,245 km2 

Population – 72,597,565

Language- Hindi

Industries- More than 10,000 advanced industry


Check Post Name
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Division Name
Divison Dc Contact no
Additional Commisioner
Pitol / Jhabua
Naya Gaon
Balsamund (Sendhwa)
Icchapur / Fatehpur / Bhotaphata
Bahadarpur (Burhanpur)
Dhablajod / Bhojpur/ khilchipur
Sikroda (Morena)
Gwalior 2
Karai Padora (Shivpuri) / Shivpuri- Kota road
Chirula (Datia - Jhansi Road)
Kunwargarh / Bhind / Phooph
Mangli (BheemDongri)
Jabalpur 2
Kabir Chabutra
Vyankat nagar
Badagaon Tiraha
Kemaha (Narai-naka)
Khapakarimwar (Kajalwani)
Khawasa / Setwani / Seoni
Rajegaon (Balaghat)
Bhopal Airport

Bhopal Division 1
Sasundra / Multai / Betul
Bhopal div 2
Sohagipahad (Jhiriya)
Indore Airport
Indore Div 1

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State website-

Madhya Pradesh
Form 49 Form 51 for transport of own goods
Form 50

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Transport  for  Madhya Pradesh

Transport  for Bhopal
Transport  for Raisen
Transport  for Rajgarh
Transport  for Sehore 
Transport  for Vidisha
Transport  for Morena
Transport  for Sheopur
Transport  for Bhind
Transport  for Gwalior
Transport  for Ashoknagar
Transport  for Guna
Transport  for Shivpuri 
Transport  for Datia
Transport  for Guna
Transport  for Alirajpur
Transport  for Jhabua 
Transport  for Barwani
Transport  for Burhanpur
Transport  for East Nimar 
Transport  for Dhar 
Transport  for Indore 
Transport  for Jhabua
Transport  for Khandwa 
Transport  for Khargone
Transport  for East Nimar
Transport  for West Nimar
Transport  for Balaghat
Transport  for Chhindwara 
Transport  for Jabalpur
Transport  for Katni
Transport  for Mandla
Transport  for Dindori
Transport  for shahdol
Transport  for Narsinghpur
Transport  for Seoni 
Transport  for Betul
Transport  for Harda
Transport  for Hoshangabad
Transport  for Rewa
Transport  for Satna
Transport  for Sidhi
Transport  for Singrauli
Transport  for Sidhi 
Transport  for Chhatarpur
Transport  for Damoh
Transport  for Panna
Transport  for Sagar
Transport  for Tikamgarh
Transport  for Anuppur
Transport  for Shahdol
Transport  for Umaria
Transport  for Agar Malwa
Transport  for Shajapur
Transport  for Dewas
Transport  for Mandsaur
Transport  for Neemuch
Transport  for Ratlam
Transport  for Shajapur
Transport  for Ujjain 
Transport  for Indore

Transport  In  Madhya Pradesh

Transport  In  Bhopal
Transport  In Raisen
Transport  In  Rajgarh
Transport  In  Sehore 
Transport In  Vidisha
Transport  In  Morena
Transport  In  Sheopur
Transport In  Bhind
Transport  In  Gwalior
Transport  In Ashoknagar
Transport In  Guna
Transport  In  Shivpuri 
Transport  In  Datia
Transport  In Guna
Transport In  Alirajpur
Transport  In  Jhabua 
Transport In  Barwani
Transport  In  Burhanpur
Transport In East Nimar 
Transport  In  Dhar 
Transport In  Indore 
Transport  In  Jhabua
Transport In  Khandwa 
Transport  In Khargone
Transport  In  East Nimar
Transport  In  West Nimar
Transport  In  Balaghat
Transport In  Chhindwara 
Transport  In Jabalpur
Transport  In  Katni
Transport  In  Mandla
Transport  In  Dindori
Transport  In  shahdol
Transport  In  Narsinghpur
Transport In  Seoni 
Transport  In  Betul
Transport  In  Harda
Transport  In  Hoshangabad
Transport  In  Rewa
Transport In  Satna
Transport  In  Sidhi
Transport In  Singrauli
Transport  In Sidhi 
Transport  In  Chhatarpur
Transport  In  Damoh
Transport In  Panna
Transport  In  Sagar
Transport  In  Tikamgarh
Transport  In Anuppur
Transport  In  Shahdol
Transport  In  Umaria
Transport In Agar Malwa
Transport  In  Shajapur
Transport  In Dewas
Transport In  Mandsaur
Transport  In  Neemuch
Transport  In  Ratlam
Transport  In  Shajapur
Transport  In  Ujjain 
Transport  In Indore