Dewas at a Glance | AtharavRaj Yadav

Dewas District is a region in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The city of Dewas is the district headquarters.


Dewas District approximately resembles the provinces of the twin sovereign states of Dewas. The district sits the Vindhya Range; the northern part of the district lies on the Malwa plateau, while the southern part lies in the channel of the Narmada River. The Narmada makes the southern edge of the district. The district is bordered to the east by Sehore District, to the south by the Khandwa & Harda districts, to the west by the Indore & Khargone districts, and to the north by the Shajapur & Ujjain districts. Dewas District is a portion of Ujjain Division. Devsal Rawat's of Uttarakhand are assumed to have their roots in Dewas at the period of legendary emperor Vikramaditya.

There are several places to visit like Pushpgiri Tirth, Kheoni wildlife Sanctuary, Kavadia Hills, Gidya Khoh, Panwar Chhatries, Kailadevi temple, Mahadev mandir, Mahakaleshwar temple Bilwali, Shri Sheelnath Dhuni, Devi Chamunda temple and Devi Tulaja Bhavani temple.

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