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Burhanpur

Burhanpur

Burhanpur

The historical & the largest (in the district) town of Burhanpur named after Sheikh Burhan-ud-Din stand on the north bank of Tapti river, on the Bombay-Delhi main line of central railway 504 KMs from Bombay and 69 KMs from Khandwa. The place has many monuments of historic art & architectural  importance like Biwi ki  Masjid, Jami Masjid, Badshahi quila,Tombs of Nasir Khan & Adil Shah, Raja ki Chhatri, Khooni Bhandar. The place is also counted in the pilgrimage of Sikhkha sect. The handloom industry of the city has a remarkable place in the household industries and has a glorious past.

 

Raja Ki Chhatri

Raja ki Chhatri is notable monument which is situated on the bank of the Tapti about 4 miles from Burhanpur. It is said that the Chhatri was constructed by the order of Emperor Aurangzeb in honour of the memory of Raja Jai Singh, the Commander of the Mughal force in Deccan. Raja Jai Singh while returning from the Deccan died at Burhanpur.

Ichchha Devi Temple

 

 

Ichchha Devi Temple is situated at Ichchhapur village approx. 23 Kms from Burhanpur on Burhanpur- Edlabad main road and dedicated to the Ichchha Devi. The story goes that a Maratha Governor made a vow to the Goddess Ichchha Devi (Ful-filler of desires) that if he got a son he would build a well and a temple for the Goddess. When his desire was fulfilled, he built a well and a temple. An annual fair attended by thousands of persons is held there in Chaitra Maas (First month of Hindu Calendar).


 

A celebrated hill  fort in the Burhanpur tehsil about 30 miles ( 48 KMs.) South of Khandwa and 14 miles (22.4 KMs) north of Burhanpur on Burhanpur -Khandwa road. It is 259.1 Meters high from the base & 701 Meters above MSL. This is referred as the "Gateway to southern India" in the medieval history. It is consisting of three separate lines of constructions namely Asirgarh proper(Upper most part), Kamargarh and Malaygarh. Jami masjid & a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva are another architecture inside the fort. Asha mandir of Hindu Goddess Asha-devi is located on the hills of this village.In the vicinity of Asirgarh,there is a tomb of Shah Nomani Asiri, a saint, a believer of Sufism. Moti mahal, the burial place of Moti Begam, beloved of Shah Jahan is to the left of the fort and situated at the bank of Pandhar River.


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