Neemuch

… industrial visit can be very amazing for students. There is numerous manufacturing units like … and many more industries there. Neemuch or Nimach is a town in the Malwa region in state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Neemuch shares its northeastern border with state of Rajasthan. It is the administrative headquarters of Neemuch District.

Sukhanand

Located at a distance of about 20 km from the region of Neemuch, is the Sukhanand Ashram, which is more of an ancient rock-cave that is located on the border of the Rajasthan State. This ashram is said to be built by the son of Vedavyasa, known by the name of Suka, Sukadev, Sri Suka and Brahmarata. This ashram also consists of a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary

Located in the northern border of the districts of Neemuch and Mandsaur of Madhya Pradesh, is the Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary. This wildlife sanctuary is spread over a total area of 368.62 sq km and later on, after the year 1983, some more area was added to the existing land. This wildlife sanctuary is divided into two parts by River Chambal, that flows through the sanctuary.

Gandhi Sagar Dam

The Gandhi Sagar Dam is one of the four major dams built on India’s Chambal River. The dam is located in the Mandsaur district of the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Navan Toran Temple

The Navan Toran Temple is an ancient temple belonging to the 11th century A.D., which is located in the village of Khor. This ancient temple is designed in the form of ten arches, that are arranged to form two rows crossing each other, length and width wise.

Morwan Dam

24 km from the region of Neemuch, is the Morwan Dam that is constructed over the Gambhiri river and is mainly used for irrigation of the area’s farmlands. Boating facilities are also available near the dam, along with a large garden. Regular bus services are available on the Neemuch-Kota Road that connects Morwan Dam.

Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath Temple in Neemuch.

Gandhisagar Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated in the Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, the Gandhisagar Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1974. The Sanctuary is spread across a total area of 369 sq km, and plays home to a variety of flora and fauna.