Burhanpur is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is the administrative seat of the Burhanpur District. It is located on the northern bank of the Tapti River. Burhanpur was founded in 1399 by Naṣīr Khan, the first independent prince of the Fārūqī dynasty of Kandesh, and was annexed by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1601. The city, with its walls and gates, served as the Deccan headquarters for the Mughals until Aurangzeb relocated its capital to Aurangabad in 1636.
Burhanpur is famous for its textile industry. It is also the site of the Power Loom sector in Madhya Pradesh. The manufacturing industry is also prevalent in the region, with both pipeline production and agricultural equipment being done here. There are also many mills and cotton and oil mills.
Its total area is 3427 km2.
There are less than 2 complete districts in Burhanpur.
There are 99 total districts in the region.
There are 2 cities in total in this region.
|Ashoknagar District||Balaghat District||Barwani District|
|Betul District||Bhind District||Bhopal District|
|Burhanpur District||Chachaura District||Chhindwara District|
|Damoh District||Datia District||Dewas District|
|Dhar District||Dindori District||Guna District|
|Gwalior District||Harda District||Hoshangabad District|
|Indore District||Jabalpur District||Jhabua District|
|Katni District||Khandwa District||Khargone District|
|Mandla District||Mandsaur District||Morena District|
|Narsinghpur District||Neemuch District||Niwari District|
|Panna District||Raisen District||Rajgarh District|
|Ratlam District||Rewa District||Sagar District|
|Sagar District||Satna District||Sheopur District|
|Seoni District||Shahdol District||Shajapur District|
|Shivpuri District||Sidhi District||Singrauli District|
|Tikamgarh District||Ujjain District||Umaria District|
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|Ladakh||Lakshadweep||Andaman and Nicobar|
|Andhra Pradesh||Arunachal Pradesh||Assam|
|Daman and Diu||Delhi||Goa|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Jharkhand||Karnataka|