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Jabalpur (formerly Jubbulpore) is a tier 2 city in the state of Madhya PradeshIndiaJabalpur is one of the most famous cities of Madhya Pradesh Tourism. The city is large and growing; it is a major education center in India. The High Court of MP tourism is located in Jabalpur and so are many Government administrative head quarters. It is one of the major centers for production of arms and ammunition and military base in India. The city is a major trading center and producer of forest products. Industrialization is on verge of take off for private entrepreneurs.Nevertheless city is experiencing fast growth in all sectors.

Historically, a centre of the Kalachuri and Gond dynasties, the city developed a syncretic culture influenced by intermittent Mughal and Maratha rule. During the early nineteenth century, it was annexed by British India as Jubbulpore and incorporated as a cantonment town.

Jabalpur has been called Sanskaar Dhani (the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh) by Vinayak Narhari BhaveBhopal is Raj Dhani (the state’s political capital) and Indore is Vanijya Dhani (its commercial capital). Cultural figures associated with the city include Beohar Rammanohar SinhaMakhanlal Chaturvedi, Harishankar Parsai, Beohar Rajendra Singh, Subhadrakumari Chauhan, Kavi Indra Bahadur Khare, Seth Govind DasRoopkumar SoniAlakhnandan SinhaGyanranjan ShrivastavaRehmanPrem Nath, Krishna Raj Kapoor, Arjun RampalJaya BachchanAadesh Shrivastava and Raghubir Yadav.

The Narmada RiverGondwana rule and the Kalachuri and Maratha dynasties made Jabalpur a Gondism and Hinduism-dominated area, although Mughal rule attracted a sizeable Muslim population. The city’s Hindu-Muslim riots during the 1960s shook the confidence of Muslims in secular India.

Jabalpur’s culture is related to the agricultural population of the city and surrounding area. Food and clothing change with the harvest and season. The city has Population in Gonds, Marwari, Bengali, Malayali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannadiga, Marathi, Punjabi and Baniya populations. The Navratri and Dusshera festivals are celebrated by residents and visitors from throughout the state.


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