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Divisions of Madhya Pradesh

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Divisions of Madhya Pradesh

Following is the list of districts in the Indian state Madhya Pradesh. It has 51(Recently Made one more) districts grouped into ten divisions.

Bhopal Division

  • Bhopal District
  • Raisen District
  • Rajgarh District
  • Sehore District
  • Vidisha District

Chambal Division

  • Morena District
  • Sheopur District
  • Bhind District

Gwalior Division

Indore Division

  • Alirajpur District (split off Jhabua District on 17 May 2008[1])
  • Barwani District
  • Burhanpur District (split off East Nimar, now Khandwa District)
  • Dhar District
  • Indore District
  • Jhabua District
  • Khandwa District (East Nimar)
  • Khargone District (West Nimar)

Jabalpur Division

  • Balaghat District
  • Chhindwara District
  • Jabalpur District
  • Katni District
  • Mandla District
  • Narsinghpur District
  • Seoni District

Narmadapuram Division (created on 27 Aug 2008 from districts of Bhopal Division[2])

  • Betul District
  • Harda District
  • Hoshangabad District

Rewa Division

  • Rewa District
  • Satna District
  • Sidhi District
  • Singrauli District (split off Sidhi District on 24 May 2008[3])

Sagar Division

  • Chhatarpur District
  • Damoh District
  • Panna District
  • Sagar District
  • Tikamgarh District

Shahdol Division (created on 14 June 2008[4])

  • Anuppur District (previously in Rewa Division)
  • Dindori District (previously in Jabalpur Division)
  • Shahdol District (previously in Rewa Division)
  • Umaria District (previously in Rewa Division)

Ujjain Division

  • Agar District
  • Dewas District
  • Mandsaur District
  • Neemuch District
  • Ratlam District
  • Shajapur District
  • Ujjain District


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