Chhindwara District is one of the largest districts of Madhya Pradesh in India, with the city of Chhindwara as the regional capital. Chhindwara is the largest district in Madhya Pradesh. The region is part of the Jabalpur region. On 17 September 1803, the East India Company had taken over the empire by defeating 'Raghuji II', beginning British rule. After Independence 'Nagpur' became the capital of Chhindwara District, and on November 1, 1956 the region was renamed Chhindwara as its capital.
Chhindwara is famous for its richness of forests and minerals as well as a few popular tourist destinations such as Tamia, Patalkot, Devgarh Fort, Tribal Museum and the famous 'Gotmaar fair'. One of the nearby tourist attractions is Bhartadev where a stone thought to weigh 10,000 kg apparently stands on a peg site.
Its total area is 11815 km2.
There are 14 total villages in Chhindwara.
There are 1948 total districts in the region.
There are a total of 10 cities in the region.
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