Malhargarh

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Malhargarh (मल्हारगढ़) is a town and tehsil in Mandsaur district in Madhya Pradesh.

Villages in Malhargarh

Aardi, Abdapur, Admalya, Afukhedi, Akyabika, Akyamedi, Akyapalra, Amarpura, Ambakhedi Buzurg, Ambaw, Ankali, Antrikhurd, Anuppura, Aranya (Deodungri), Aranyajatya, Aranyamina, Awanakachariya, Babookheda, Badpur, Badri, Bahi, Balagudha, Balaheda (Dhani), Bandpiplya, Bankrol, Banskhedi, Banskhedi (Barujanawali), Bardal, Barkheda (Virpuriya), Barkheda Dangi, Barkheda Panth, Barkheda (Deodungri), Barkheda (Jaising), Barujana, Belala, Bhainsakheda, Bhangipipalya, Bhilkhedi, Billaud, Borkhedi, Borkhedi (Kachnarawali), Borkhedi (Kamlya), Botalganj, Budha, Chandarpura, Chandwasa, Changeri, Chaoli, Chauthkhedi, Chhayan, Chillodpipalya, Chitakhedi, Deori, Dewakheda, Dhabla, Dhakdi, Dhikanya, Dhorri, Dobda, Dodiyamina, Dorwada, Dunglawada, Fatepur, Firozabad, Fosari, Garnai, Garrawad, Gogarpura, Gopalpura, Gudbheli, Gudbheli (Narayangarhwali), Hanumantiya, Haripura, Harmala, Harsol, Hathiboliya, Hingoriya, Hingoriya, Irli, Jalodiya, Jetpura, Jhanyakhedi, Jharda, Jogani, Kachariya (Chandrawat), Kachariya (Kadmala), Kachariya (Nau), Kachariya (Deodoongri), Kachnara, Kalyakhedi, Kalyakhedikalan, Kalyakhedikhurd, Kamlya, Kanghatti, Khadpalya, Khankharai, Khatyakhedi, Khatyakhedi, Kheda, Khedakalyakhedi, Khedakoyla, Khejdi, Khejdi (Harsol), Kherkheda, Khokhara, Khunti, Kitukhedi, Koyla, Kumhari, Lasudiya (Kadmala), Lasudiya (Rathaur), Limbawas, Lunaheda, Magrana, Malhargarh (NP), Manasakhurd, Manchhakhedi, Mindlakheda, Molyakhedi, Mundadi, Mundedi, Mundkhosa, Mundli, Munjakhedi, Nagadpipalya, Nalikheda, Napakheda, Narayangarh (NP), Ninora, Paheda, Palevana, Pamakheda, Parli, Pipalkhedi, Pipalya Raisingh, Piplya Mandi (NP), Piplya Ratan, Piplya (Vishnya), Piplyajodha, Piplyasolanki, Pirguradiya, Ranayra, Rinchha, Ruparel, Rupi, Sanawada, Sanjit, Sarwaniya, Selawari, Semli, Sesadi, Sindwan, Sohangara, Sokdi, Solatganj (Kanthariya), Somya, Soni, Sudwas, Sujanpura, Suntharboliya, Sunthod, Supada, Takhatpur, Takrawad, Talabpipalya, Thadod, Tidwas, Tumdi, Turkya, Ujagariya, Umariya,

Geography

Malhargarh is located at Latitude 24.28 N Longitude 74.98 E It has an average elevation of 458 metres.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census Malhargarh had a population of 7349. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Malhargarh has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 64%. In Malhargarh, 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.

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