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Indore District

Indore District in Madhya Pradesh derives its name from the temple of Indreshwar erected in the town of Indore in 1741. The population is two and a half million. The district is moderately cool with an average annual rainfall of 40 inches. The languages spoken are Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi and Sindhi. Indore celebrates all national festivals as well as Holi, Rang Panchami, Ahilya Utsav, Raksha Bandhan and Navratri. Malwa culture is predominant.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Indore

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