Raisen District is a district of Madhya Pradesh in the Indian state. The town of Raisen is the regional capital. The district is part of the Bhopal Division. The Raisen District takes its name from the town of Raisen, which is named after the castle. The name is probably a corruption of Rajavasini or Rajasayan, the royal residence. History: The upbringing of the stronghold was an important administrative center from the time of its establishment since the Hindu era. On the fifteenth day the fort was ruled by the Sultan of Goodness, from which it passed to the Rajputs.
Raisen is about 40 KM from Bhopal and is known for its exotic Raisen and Raisen Durgah. Raisen Fort is located on a very steep slope with a few royal dwellings, temples and various sources within Raisen fort.
Its total area is 83991 km2.
There are a total of less than 10 districts in Raisen.
There are 224 villages in the region.
There are 2 cities in total in this region.
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