Kukshi

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Location of Kukshi in Dhar District

Kukshi (कुक्षी) is town and tahsil in Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh.

Villages in Kukshi tahsil

Agar, Ajanya Malhar, Ajgaon, Akhada, Ali, Alonda, Amaljhuma, Ambada, Ambasoti, Amlal, Anjan Khedi, Arada, Aspur, Atarsuma, Awali, Babali Bujurg, Babali Khurd, Babulgaon, Babulsha, Badgaon, Badgaon, Badgyar, Badkachha, Badwanya, Bagdi, Bagh (CT), Bagoli, Bagpura, Balwani, Bamanbardi, Banada, Bandhaniya, Banki Dehri, Banki Tanda, Bankibag, Barad, Barada Tanda, Barda, Barkheda, Basnali, Bawdiya, Bedwalya, Bekalya, Bhagawa, Bhamori, Bharadpur, Bhawriya, Bheslai, Bhilsur, Bhimpura, Birlai, Bodgaon, Bodhawada, Borkui, Chakaliya, Chamjhar, Chandankhedi, Chariganpur, Chhachhkuwa, Chhadawad, Chhatawani, Chhediyapipal, Chichwaniya, Chijwan, Chikapoti, Chikhalda, Chikli, Chiprata, Chitawara, Dabhani, Dahi, Dahod, Dasana, Dehar, Dehri, Deshwalya, Dewdha, Dewdha, Dhana, Dharmrai, Dhilwani, Dhnora, Dhodhardi, Dholya, Dhulsar, Digavi, Dobani, Doi, Dongargaon, Dugawa, Fifeda, Gadarawad, Gadbori, Gajgota, Gangapur, Gardi, Gatala, Gehalgaon, Geta, Ghatgaon, Ghoda, Ghore, Ghotiyadev, Ghuddaliya, Girwanya, Gogawan, Guda, Gumiya, Guradiya, Haldi, Hansalbad, Jali, Jalwat, Jamda, Jaminyapura, Jamla Tanda, Jamlabag, Jetgarh, Jhaba, Jhadamli, Jhai, Jharda, Jhardi, Jhirpaniya, Jogardi, Jugtalai, Kadmal, Kadwal, Kakadkuwa, Kakdawa, Kali Devi, Kalmani, Kalmi, Kaneheri Sujanpur, Kanheri Bhatyari, Kankriya, Kanti, Kapasi, Karanpura, Karchat, Karjwani, Karkada, Karondiya, Kashta, Katarkheda, Katnera, Kawada, Kawadiya Kheda, Khandawa, Khandlai, Khaniamba, Khaparkheda, Kharajana, Khargone, Kharwa, Kharwali, Kharwat, Khatami, Khaydi, Kheda, Khedali, Kikarwas, Kodada, Kolgaon, Konda, Kothada, Kotwa, Kukshi (NP), Kundara, Kurd Digpura, Kurdujeta, Kutedi, Kutedi, Lengsari, Limbol, Lingawa, Lohara, Lohari, Loni, Lunara, Magadi, Magarda, Mahakalpura, Maheshra, Makadwani, Malpura, Malwada, Malwadi, Masanya, Merti, Mogara, Molkhad, Muhaja, Mukund Pura, Naingaon, Nalwaniya, Nanoda, Narjhali, Narwali, Nawadpura, Nayawel, Neemkheda, Neemthal, Nisarpur, Padabanda, Padiyal, Padlaya, Palasi, Palwat, Panhal, Paretha, Pendharwani, Pipaldlya, Pipalwa, Pipliyapani, Piplud, Piplya, Piprani, Pipribag, Pithampur, Pura, Raipuriya, Raisinghpura, Rampura, Rangaon, Raswa, Rebarda, Rekti, Risawala, Roja, Salkheda, Siddi, Silkuwa, Sindhyapani, Singachori, Sisgaon, Sulgaon, Susari, Takari, Talanpur, Talawadi, Talwada, Tana, Tanda, Tarsinga, Teki, Temriya, Thana, Thandla, Thengchya, Thukni, Thuwati, Tola, Ukala, Umari, Umarkua, Ummedpura, Umrali, Undali,

Mention by Panini

Kukshi (कुक्षि) is name of a Country mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi under Dhumadi (धूमादि) (4.2.127) group.[1]

History

Kukshi is located at 22°12′N 74°45′E / 22.2°N 74.75°E / 22.2; 74.75. It has an average elevation of 170 metres (558 feet).

Temples - Due to a variety of religions you will find temples in almost every part of city. Some of the famous and most-visited temples are

  • Swaminarayan Mandir,(It is the Most Visited And Costly Temple of Kukshi.It's Cost around 80 Lacs)
  • Gayatri Mandir - Gayatri Mandir considered as a very pleasant location in city as the temple is on an island in a pond accessed by a bridge. It is a landmark for Kukshi tehsil.
  • Satyanarayan Mandir,
  • Datahari Mandir - Datahari temple is presumed to be a very old temple, as its name, data+hari, indicates this temple was built to show unity among peoples of two important religious groups then: Hindus and Muslims.
  • Hanuman Mandir,
  • Lakxmi Mandir,
  • Swaminarayan Mandir,
  • Ganesh Mandir,
  • Jain temples,
  • Sitalamata Temple.

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