Indore is the most populous and largest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.  It serves as the headquarters for both the Indore and Indore Division regions. The history of Indore reveals that the ancestors of the founders of the city were the legacy of Zamindars. Indore became an important city on 29 July 1732, when Bajirao Peswa-I handed over to Holkar State (Jagir) by assembling 28 and a half parganas and supplying Jagir to 'MALHARRAO HOLKAR', the founding emperor -Holkar Dynasty, ruled the country since. 1728-1766.
With its rich history and rapid industrial development, Indore is best known for its cotton handloom industry, beautiful palaces and temples, street food, night markets, and more. Not surprisingly, the city is slowly becoming a preferred destination for travelers from all over the region.
Its total area is 3898 km2.
There are less than 10 total districts in Indore.
There are 649 villages in the region.
There are a total of 13 cities in the region.
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