Rajgarh Province is the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India. The city of Rajgarh is the regional capital. Rajgarh's old name was Jhanjhanipur, and it was ruled by the Bils. The region was created in May 1948. It was part of the Bhopal Agency of the Central India Agency. Rajgarh was the headquarters of the lemon state, which was ruled by the Umat Rajputs and a branch of the great paramara family, enjoying the Sanad Estate under the Sultan of Delhi and the Mughal kings respectively. The first capital was Duparia, now in the Shajapur region.
The magnificent Shrinathji Temple stands among the hills on the banks of the Nevaj River, famous for its ancient beauty. The construction of this magnificent temple reveals who the city is.
Its total area is 6154 km2.
There are 5 total villages in Rajgarh.
There are 1728 villages in the region.
There are a total of 13 cities in the region.
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