Nainpur

Nainpur is a town and a municipality in Mandla district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Nainpur
Town
Nainpur is located in Madhya Pradesh
Nainpur
Nainpur
Location in Madhya Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 22°26′N 80°07′E / 22.43°N 80.12°ECoordinates: 22°26′N 80°07′E / 22.43°N 80.12°E
Country India
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictMandla
Area
 • Total10.5 km2 (4.1 sq mi)
Elevation
447 m (1,467 ft)
Population
(2018)
 • Total30,914
 • Density2,900/km2 (7,600/sq mi)
Languages
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
481776
Telephone code07646
Vehicle registrationMP51 ( MANDLA)
Sex ratio961 /
Websitehttp://www.npnainpur.com/

Geography

Nainpur is located at the absolute center of the country. It is surrounded by two rivers Chakor & Thanwar. It also has a lake called Railway Taalab.it is one of the most beautiful town in Mandla district[1].It is one of town situated on Satpura hills.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,[2] Nainpur had a population up to 24,914. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Nainpur has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 68%. In Nainpur, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Civic administration

Nainpur is a Tehsil. It is administered by Nainpur Nagar Palika. The town is divided into 15 wards. Each ward is represented by a ward member, the ward member is known as PARSHAD.These 15 members form a council (Parishad) and which elects the Nagar Paalika Adhyaksha (head of the municipal council). There are also two nominated members (Parshads) in the Parishad.

Climate

The city has the typical hot and dry temperate of the Great Indian Plateau. Nainpur is hot during summers with temperatures up to 44 degree Celsius but the winters are quite comfortable with temperatures between 15 degrees Celsius. The July to September months bring heavy rains with the onset of the South Western monsoon. The October to March window during the winters is suitable for a visit to the city.wow

Transport

Rail

Nainpur Junction was a railway hub on the Narrow Gauge (2 ft 6 in (762 mm)) line. This was the junction point of Jabalpur 110 km to its north, Balaghat 76 km to its south, Mandla 50 km to its east and Chhindwara 150 km to its west. It is connected to Nagpur via Chhindwara and Gondia. It was Asia's largest Narrow Gauge Railway Junction before the recent Gauge Conversion Project. Presently all the tracks are under Broad Gauge Conversion in different stages of construction.The railway yard has Indian Oil depot for refueling the locomotives. A 110 km part of Jabalpur-Nainpur track has been converted to broad gauge along with Broad gauge track from Nainpur (NIR) to Chiraidongry(CID)[3](A gatway to Kanha National Park).A Railway Museum has been come out for Public. Nainpur will be again a Important junction station as soon as Nainpur-Balaghat Broadgauge conversion is completed since Jabalpur- Gondia railway section will reduce around 6 hours time to journey for trains running from North,East India to south India provinces.

Road

Nainpur is connected to Jabalpur, Seoni, Chhindwara, Balaghat  and Mandla by Roadways.It is also connected by Mandla to Raipur,Balaghat To Gondia and Seoni to Nagpur by the roads, in between Mandla and Nainpur a small village "Chirai-Dongri" is there from where the route to "Kanha Kislee" a Well Known National Park is diverted. You can find beautiful picnic spots around like 'Maaldhar', 'Siddhaghat', 'Ghoghra', 'Bhima Nala'(fountain),'Shikara'.

References

  1. ^ "Nainpur, Madhya Pradesh, India". Google Maps. Retrieved 17 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
  3. ^ https://enquiry.indianrail.gov.in/ntes/index.html
Bamhani

Bamhani is a town and a nagar panchayat (a kind of municipality) in Mandla district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Bamhani is commonly known as Bamhani Banjar because of the river Banjar. It is situated between Mandla and Nainpur narrow gauge railway line.

Bilaspur–Nagpur section

The Bilaspur–Nagpur section is part of the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line and connects Bilaspur in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh and Nagpur in Maharashtra. Part of one of the major trunk lines in the country, it passes through a forested plateau region interspersed with fertile valleys.

Chhindwara Junction railway station

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Gondia

Gondia (also spelled Gondiya) is a city and municipality in the Indian state of Maharashtra which serves the administrative headquarters of the eponymous administrative district. It is currently 5th largest city in Vidharbha region. Gondia is also known as Rice City due to the abundance of rice mills in the area.Gondia is very close to the state of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and is considered the gateway to Maharashtra from central and eastern India. The city has a railway junction and is also notable for its historic airport.

Gondia municipality was established in 1920 At that time Gondia had only 10 wards population up to 20,000 and an area of 7.5 sq km.

At present Gondia has 42 wards, as well as population nearing up to 2 lakhs. The urbanization has crossed municipal limits merging into nearby villages like Kudwa, Katangi, Fulchur, Nagra, Karanja, Murri, Pindkepar, and Khamari. The Ministry of Urban Development has recently announced to merge 20 nearby villages into Gondia to give the city status of Municipal corporation. Gondia is also known for its own course for secondary education called IGSE. Now it Connected with NH753

Gyan Jyoti Nainpur

Gyan Jyoti Nainpur is an educational institution known as Gyan Jyoti Higher Secondary School. It is situated at Nainpur in Mandla district in Madhya Pradesh. It was established in the year 1985.The school is run and managed by a committee called the Nainpur Vikas Samiti.

Itwari railway station

Itwari is a railway station, junction, and terminus about 5 km from Nagpur Railway Station in Maharashtra state of India.A few trains also terminate at this station. It is also a narrow-gauge line railway junction. The station code is ITR and is managed by South East Central Railway. One of the long distance trains which starts from and terminates at Itwari instead of Nagpur is Itwari-Tatanagar passenger. Itwari is among the five small stations which fall within the extended city limits of Nagpur along with Ajni, Kalamna, Kamptee and Khapri.

One of the few existing narrow-gauge lines of the Satpura Railway, the Nainpur–Chhindwara–Itwari line terminates here.Further, the area around Itwari railway station is also known as Itwari Locality of Nagpur.

Jabalpur Junction railway station

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Keolari

Keolari is a town and a tehsil in Seoni district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. The confluence of the Wainganga and Sagar rivers is located at Keolari. The town has a District Institute of Education Training Institute (D.I.E.T.).

List of state highways in Madhya Pradesh

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Mandla

Mandla is a town with municipality in Mandla district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is the administrative headquarters of Mandla District. The town is picturesquely situated in a loop of the Narmada River, which surrounds it on three sides, and for 15 miles between Mandla and Ramnagar, Madhya Pradesh the river flows in a deep bed unbroken by rocks. The Narmada is worshiped here, and many beautiful ghats have been constructed on the banks of the river.

It was a capital of the Gondwana Kingdom who built a palace and a fort, which in the absence of proper care have gone to ruins.

Mandla Fort railway station

Mandla Fort railway station is a main railway station in Mandla district, Madhya Pradesh. Its code is MFR. It serves Mandla city. The station consists of two platforms. The platforms are not well sheltered. It lacks many facilities including water and sanitation. Mandla is served by a narrow-gauge railway from Nainpur, where it connects to the narrow-gauge line between Jabalpur and Gondia. Gauge conversation has already started.

Nainpur Junction railway station

Nainpur Junction railway station is a small railway station in Mandla district, Madhya Pradesh. Its code is NIR. It serves Nainpur Town.Nainpur was a railway hub on the Narrow Gauge (2 ft 6 in (762 mm)) line. This was the junction point of Jabalpur 110 km to its north, Balaghat 76 km to its south, Mandla 50 km to its east and Chhindwara 150 km to its west. It is connected to Nagpur via Chhindwara and Gondia.It was Asia's largest Narrow Gauge Railway Junction before the recent Gauge Conversion Project. Presently all the tracks are under Broad Gauge Conversion.The railway yard has Indian Oil depot for refueling the locomotives. Jabalpur-Nainpur track has been converted to broad gauge.

Project Unigauge

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Satpura Railway

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Seoni, Madhya Pradesh

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Sivani

Sivani (also known as Sivani Panchayath) is a village in Chhapara Tehsil in Seoni District of Madhya Pradesh State, India. It belongs to Jabalpur Division. It is located 40 km to the north of District headquarters Seoni. 278 km from State capital Bhopal

Sivani is surrounded by Lakhnadon Tehsil towards the North, Dhanaura Tehsil towards the East, Seoni Tehsil towards the South, and Keolari Tehsil towards the East.

Cities near Sivani include Seoni, Nainpur, Chhindwara, and Wara Seoni..

Sukrimangela - Jabalpur Passenger

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Sukrimangela railway station

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Wainganga River

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