Dewas

Dewas is a City on the Malwa plateau in the west-central part of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Dewas lies on the foot of a conical hill, known as Chamunda hill about 300 ft. above the ground level on top of which the shrine of Chamunda is located. Dewas was formerly the capital of two princely states of British India and was the seat of Maratha Pawars.

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Chhatris of Dewas
Within Dewas city limits
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Chhatris of Dewas are examples of the incredible Indian architecture which expands the boundaries of the beauty of constructions. Chhatris are the memorials of various rulers of different dynasties that once ruled the lands of Dewas. There are many Chhatris splattered around the city of Dewas among which the most popular is Pawar Chhatri which is situated at a distance of 2. 2 kilometers away from the city center of Dewas.

Chhatris originally refers to 'umbrellas' or 'canopies' in Hindi. These architectural beauties got this name because of its structural resemblance to umbrellas....

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Dharaji Village
60 kms from Dewas city limits
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There is a village called Dharaji Village in Madhya Pradesh which has a historical importance in the State. The Dharaji Village is located 60 kms far from the main city Dewas and it takes nearly 1 hour 35 minutes to reach by any private vehicle or through public transport.

Dharaji village is located on the banks of Narmada River and it belongs to Bagli tehsil. Dharaji is well-known as place of religious, historic and also as a tourist-favorite spot in Dewas district. During Amawasya ( New Moon day) lakhs of people gather here to celebrate and perform puja here on the Narmada River ba...

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Harnavada Hills
69 kms from Dewas city limits
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There are group of hills called as Harnawada hills located in a village called Harnwada in Madhya Pradesh. This village Harnwada and the gigantic Harnvada hills located about 69 kms from the main city Dewas of Madhya Pradesh State.

Harnwada village is nestled in a Tehsil called Badnagar or Ujjain District in Madhya Pradesh. It is located only 23 kilometers from the Madhya Pradesh's state capital city Bhopal. There are few temple like Ram Mandir, Maa Bhavani Mandir and Radha Krishna Mandir also and it has some mosques too like the Noori Masjid, Zama Masjid and Madina Masjid. Special a...

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Jarneshwar Mahadev Mandir in Dewas of Ujjain District in Madhya Pradesh State is a prominent Shiva Temple. This Jarneshwar Mahadev Mandir is located about 26 kms far from the main city Dewas in Madhya Pradesh and it takes around 45 to 50 minutes to reach through public transport or private vehicles to this holy temple.

Jarneshwara Mahadev Mandir is located in the Tonk Kurd village near to Dewas city. Here, it seems as if Lord Shiva as Jarneshwar Mahadev, himself is sitting on the lap of nature. While travelling to this holy temple or mandir, after certain one can see nothing but the ...

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Kavadia Hills
95 kms from Dewas city limits
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Kavadia Hills is a range of mountains and tourist attraction in the Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh. The place is located at a distance of 95 kms from the Dewas Junction railway station.

The Kavadia hills are best known for the peculiar rock formations that have been found at the site. These are columns which are hexagonal in shape and interlocked with each other, which makes them look manmade. However, research has revealed that the rare formations are a result of volcanic activity in the past and the rock columns are formed of basalt.

The rocks can be found close to ...

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Kela Devi Temple, Dewas
Within Dewas city limits
Architecture

Kela Devi temple is a holy site for Hindus, located in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh. The place is located at a distance of about 4 km from the Dewas Junction Railway Station.

The Kela Devi temple of Dewas is the largest temple in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to the deity of the princely rulers of Karoli in Rajasthan, known as Kaila or Kela Devi. The temple is a relatively new one, built in December 1995 by a wealthy businessman. It currently stands in Mishrilal Nagar on the Agra Bombay Road. The place is known for being spacious and peaceful due to its distance fro...

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Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary
130 kms from Dewas city limits
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Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary situated in the Kannod Tehsil of Dewas district is a famous sanctuary dedicated to protecting rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. It is a beautiful natural paradise where the guests are thrown into the absolute bliss of jungle vibes. It is situated 130 kms away from the city center of Dewas.

Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1955. Many nearby forest lands were annexed to it over time and to the date, the sanctuary spreads over an area of 132 square kilometers. It is a dry deciduous forest with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Teak,...

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Kshipra Ghat, Dewas
28 kms from Dewas city limits

Kshipra River, located in the State of Madhya Pradesh of Central India, houses a ghat called Kshipra ghat which is well known in the Madhya Pradesh State. The Ghat is located only 28 kms far from the main city Dewas and it takes around 45 minutes by any private vehicle to reach this holy ghat.

Kshipra or Shipra which means purity or chastity or clarity and there are many epic stories related or connected with this ghat. It is here people belief that, according to Ancient Hindu texts or Puranas, Shipra River is originated from the heart of Varaha who is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu a...

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Maa Chamunda Mandir is a Hindu temple situated in the Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh which is dedicated to goddess Chamunda. This temple believed to be constructed in ancient times is considered both spiritually and religiously important. Lakhs of devotees flow to this beautiful shrine which is located on a hilltop overlooking the magnificent city of Dewas. The Tekri hills on which the temple is situated is only 2 kilometers away from the city center of Dewas.

Maa Chamunda Mandir, which is commonly known among the locals as Tekri Chamunda Mandir is one of the top tourist destinat...

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Mahakaleshwar Bilawali Temple is an ancient Hindu temple in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh. The place is located at a distance of 6km from the Dewas Junction railway station.

Mahakaleshwar Bilawali temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva, and located in the Bilawali village. The temple is particularly fascinating due to the belief that the shivlinga inside the sanctum sanctorum is showing an increase in height over time. Devout worshippers say that the shivlinga is not only one which naturally manifested on its own, but that it also seems to be miraculously growing in height with the passage ...

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Meetha Talab situated in the Gomti Nagar region of the magnificent city of Dewas is one of the many reasons for the popularity of Dewas as a tourist destination among travelers. It is one of the local residents' favorite destinations too. It is situated at a distance of 3. 3 kilometers away from the city center of Dewas.

Meetha Talab which translates from Hindi to 'Sweet Lake' is a beautiful place away from the hustles and bustles of the city. Couples, as well as groups of students, have got this place as their favorite destination. Beautiful swans and other birds can be seen circu...

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Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple is an old Shiva temple located in Nemawar locality of the Dewas district, Madhya Pradesh. The closest railway station is the one in Harda, at a distance of about 23 kms.

The Siddheshwar Mahadev temple is located on the right bank of the River Narmada. The temple is known for its age and architecture. The temple was built in 11th or 12th century, in the era of the Parmaras of Malwa, and stands tall with its cluster of shikharas and spires. The temple is famous for its structural grandeur. The temple is built on a moulded peeth, with an ornate vedibandh. Se...

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