Jhabua district is a district of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The town of Jhabua is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Geography of Jhabua
Geographical area of Jhabua district is 3782 Sq.Km. Jhabua district is surrounded by Banswara district of Rajsthan and Alirajpur, Panchamahal and Baroda districts of Gujrat, Dhar and Ratlam districts of Madhya Pradesh.
Rivers : Mahi, Kunda, Anas is a large tributary of the Mahi rivers flow in this district.
Latitude of Jhabua city : 22 degrees, 46.2 minutes North
Longitude of Jhabua city : 74 degrees, 35.6 minutes East
About Jhabua District
Jhabua district was divided into two parts in May 2008
Jhabua district is famous for its tribal handicrafts such as bamboo products, bead-jewellery, dolls and other items made by women.The bow and arrow carried by the men known as 'Teer-Kamthi', is their symbol of chivalry and self defence.
Culture of Jhabua District
Jhabua District is inhabited by the tenacious and hardworking tribes - the Bhils and Bhilalas.The tribals still revel in their traditional colorful festivities and continue to make merry on the occasions like "Bhagoriya".
Tehsils in Jhabua District
In Jhabua there are 5 Tehsils
Blocks in Jhabua District
In Jhabua there are 6 Development Blocks
Bus Station in Jhabua District
Jhabua Bus Station
Cities and Towns in Jhabua District
Tourist Place in Jhabua District
Shiv Mandir in Jhabua city
Rajwada, Hanuman Tekri
Colleges in Jhabua District
Govt. Degree College,Jhabua
Govt. Polytecnic College, Jhabua
Govt. College, Petlawad
Govt. College , Thandla
Hospitals in Jhabua District
Jivan Jyoti Hospital Meghnagar
Maize, Jowar, Bajra, Cotton, Wheat, Urad, Arhar, Groundnut and Gram are the main crops of this district.