Gird region, Madhya Pradesh
Gird is a region in Madhya Pradesh covering the districts of Bhind, Gwalior, Morena, Shivpuri and Sheopur.
(Last Updated on : 01/01/2013)
Grid region of Madhya Pradesh means that the entire region covers the districts of Bhind
, Morena District
, Sheopur District
and Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh
. This is called Gird. The largest city in this region is Gwalior. Hadoti region of Rajasthan
in the southwest, Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh in the south and the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh and the state of Uttar Pradesh
in the east surround it. The Chambal River
and the Yamuna River
s drain the northern boundaries of the region.
The region is very fertile and is characterized by alluvial, loamy soils. It receives an annual rainfall of 800 to 1000 mm. It is a major fruit-bearing region and the chief crops grown in the region are mandarin, sweet oranges, limes, guava, ber, amla and custard apple. Seasonal vegetables are also cultivated here.
This article is a stub. You can enrich by adding more information to it. Send your Write Up to firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently Updated Articles in States of India
|• ||Culture of Telangana|
The cultural weight of Telangana is an amalgamation of the Muslim culture evolving from the Hyderabadi Nizams and the South Indian culture. The state offers a wide range of diversity out of these two.
Duarsini is a small tribal village at Purulia district in West Bengal that offers a tranquil ambiance and an illyric pleasure. It is an appropriate weekend gate away for people looking for solace from the daily life.
|• ||Tagore Hill|
Tagore Hill is located in Jharkhand. The place is named after the world famous Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore. The place serves as a beautiful tourist spot for its scenic beauty.
|• ||Mawsmai Cave|
Mawsmai Cave is an enthralling limestone cave in Meghalaya. It has extremely beautifully lit interiors, which allow the tourists to have a close look at the awe-inspiring natural rock formations.
|• ||Waterfalls of Chhattisgarh|
Waterfalls of Chhattisgarh are spread across the varied landscape of the state. These waterfalls enhance and augment the scenic beauty of the place and attract numerous tourists to the region.