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Mohit Gupta

Mohit Gupta3.6/5

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Feel away from busy and stressful lifestyle of city

Really it was one of the great experiences I ever had in my whole lifetime. Here you feel just separated from the busy and stressful lifestyle of city. It has a very good environment as well as people are also polite and nice here. I enjoyed a quite a lot here one of the best experience one can had ever. I seriously recommend everyone who seeking to take rest form busy lifestyle goes and enjoy a lot. U must have your IQ high seriously people sometimes do test them.

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Neemuch Overview

Neemuch or Nimach is a town in Madhya Pradesh. Neemuch was declared as a separate district by the government on 30th June 1998. It is bordered by Rajasthan to the west and north, and by Mandsaur district to the east and south.

Nimach is an abbreviation of the North India Military Artillery and Cavalry Headquarters. This town was founded more than 200 years ago by the army of the East India Company. Later, this became the Headquarters for the Crown Representative Police (CRP) and in 1949 it was renamed as the Central Reserve Police Force by The Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the then Union Home Minister of India.

Geographically, Neemuch is divided into three main parts: Neemuch city, Chhavani, and Baghana. Chhavani is the main business area and here we can see the Pustak Bazaar, Dusshera Maidan, Satya Path, Budha Gopal Street, Bohra gali, Cloth market, Rabindranath Tagore Marg and Neemuch Mhow Highway.

Baghana is majorly known for the Anaj Mandi or the grains market. Neemuch is also famous for the Krishi Upaj Mandi. Neemuch has the only isabgol husk plant in MP. The climate of Neemuch district is apt for the production of isabgol (psyllium seed).

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary situated near Mandsaur and Nimach districts. Neemuch has a rich sporting history especially in football. Despite being a small place, Neemuch has had many players who have played in the Indian football team.

There are many tourist places in and around Neemuch, most of which are religious. Notable among them are the Nava Toran Temple at Khor, Bhadawa Mata Temple, Bhanwar Mata Temple Sambharkund Mahadev, Sukhanandji, Sitaram Jaju Sagar-Harkiakhal Dam, Gandhi Sagar Dam.

One of the main temples of Neemuch is Kileshwar which hosts the Shivaratri festival every year. There are two annual fairs organised in Neemuch every year, one on Haryali amavasya in the Shravan month and the other on Baisakh poornima.

Neemuch is also known as India's Eye donation capital as it receives the maximum number of eye donations in the country. The Gomabai Netralaya was established here in 1992 by Mr.G.D.Agrawal. In less than a decade, it became one of the leading ophthalmic centres in India. Neemuch is also known for having one of the highest opium cultivations in India.

Neemuch is quite well-planned and has many broad roads. Handloom weaving is another major industry here. Cement industries and soya oil units are there in and around Neemuch. The best time to visit Neemuch is during the winter season.

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Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch

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Piyush umashankar verma

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch
Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch

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Piyush umashankar verma

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch
Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch

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Piyush umashankar verma

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch
Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch

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Piyush umashankar verma

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary, Neemuch

There is so much to see in Neemuch.

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