INDIA / MADHYA PRADESH
Khargone
 
About Khargone
Khargone is a City in the Madhya Pradesh state of in India. It is the administrative headquarters of the Khargone district (formerly known as West Nimar). The city is situated at the bank of Kunda river and is famous for its cotton and chilly (chili pepper) production. It is also known for Navgraha Mandir, a temple devoted to the nav grahas (nine planets).




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Travel Info
Reaching Khargone
Nearest Airport is Indore (120 km)

Khargone is 90 km  away from Barwani, 80 km from Khandwa and 140 km from Indore120 km from Mundi. The district is connected to the cities of Indore, Khandwa, Mundi, Barwani, Dhar, Jhabua, Jalgaon and Dhulia by road. The Agra-Mumbai National Highway (NH#3) passes through the district. In the eastern part, the district has a meter-gauge railway line connecting Delhi-Jaipur-Indore-Khandwa-Hyderabad. Important stations on this route include Barwah and Sanawad.
The nearest broad gauge line railway station is Khandwa Junction.
The nearest airport is located at Indore & Khandwa.

     


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