Jhabua is a regional district of Madhya Pradesh in central India. The city of Jhabua is the regional capital. Jhabua region is located in the western part of Madhya Pradesh. The Jhabua region was divided into two parts in May 2008. The Jhabua region was a confirmed dynasty under the Bhoplwar Agency, Central India during the British Raj period. It was bound north by Kushalgarh Province in Rajputaua Province, south by Jobat State, east by Ali-Raipur and Dhar and so on.
The Jhabua district in Madhya Pradesh is home to the Bil tribe also known as the 'brave men of India'. The strip of land between the Mahi rivers to the north and the Narmada to the south includes the nation's cultural center; Jhabua
Its total area is 3782 km2.
There are 6 total villages in Jhabua.
There are 257 villages in the region.
There are only 1 city in the region.
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