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Madhya Pradesh GK Questions and Current Affairs

Madhya Pradesh is also known as the Tiger state of IndiaThe state came into existence on 1 November 1956. It is the 2nd largest state by an area of 3,08,252 and 5th by its population of 72,626,809. After Independence Madhya Pradesh was created with Nagpur as its capital. In 1956, Madhya Pradesh was recognized and Bhopal makes its capital. Madhya Pradesh was the largest area state in India until 2000 when the Chhattisgarh region was made as a separate state.


Now let’s talk about the history of Madhya Pradesh the major part of GK of Madhya Pradesh. The interesting and unique tool stone-age tools have been discovered from the Narmada river valley. Rock shelter and cave painting which can be dated to 30,000 BCE have been discovered at a no. of places. Madhya Pradesh was ruled by Maurya Empire (Ashoka of Magadha) in the 3rd century BC.

During this period the region was dominated by the Maurya, Nanda and Gupt. In November 2000, as part of the Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act, the southeastern portion of the state split off to form the new state of Chhattisgarh. Below table will tell more about the GK of Madhya Pradesh and Its history.

S.No Description Answer
1. Founded on 1 November 1956
2. Capital Formation 1 November 1956
3. Largest city Indore
4. Also Known as Heart of India
5. Ruled By Mauryan Empire, Malava, Dasarna, Nishada  Karusha
6. Major Historical Events
  • The merger of Bhopal into Union of India (1949)
  • MP comes into existence (1956)
  • first non-Cong government (1967)
  • Discovery of Narmada man (1982)
  • Bhopal gas tragedy (1984)
  • Division of MP (2000)

Geographical Structure

Madhya Pradesh covers an area of 3,08,252 meter square. Madhya Pradesh is the 2nd largest state of India with a total population of over 75 million. the average temperature of Madhya Pradesh is 35°C in Summers and 25°C in Winters.

S.No Description Summary
1 Total Area 3,08,252 km²
2 Rank of the state Area rank:- 2nd
Population Rank:- 5th
3 Legislature 231 seats
4 Parliamentary Constituency 29 seats
5 Population 72,626,809
6 Rural 53 million
7 Urban 22 Million
8. Total Division 10
9. Total Districts 52
11. Number of Tehsil 376
12 Number of Blocks 313
13 Total number of villages 23043
14 Population Density 240/km²
15 State Bounded By
  • Uttar Pradesh (northeast)
  • Chhattisgarh (southeast)
  • Maharashtra ( south)
  • Gujarat (west)
  • Rajasthan (Northwest)
16 Soil & Minerals
  • Deep Medium Black Soil
  • Shallow & Medium Black Soil
  • Alluvial Soil
  • Mixed Red & Black Soil
17 Major Crops
  • Cereals
  • Oilseeds
  • Commercial Crops
  • Pulses
18 Forest Area  94,689 sq. km.
19 Climate Subtropical
20 Major Flora
  • Sal
  • Teak
  • Bamboo
  • Khair
  • Medical Plants (Tinospora cardifolio, Withania somnifera, Swertia chirayita, Tribulus terrestres, Chlorophytum tuberosum, Cyprus rotundus, Embelia Ribes, Clitoria ternatea, Mangifera indica, Cassia fistula, Evolvulus alsinoides etc )
21 Major Fauna
  • Four-horned antelope
  • White tiger
  • Leopard of the Central Provinces
  • Nimari cattle
  • Tiger
  • Panther
  • Sambar deer
  • Chinkara
  • Cheetal
  • Blackbuck
  • Wild boar
  • Hyenas

Hills and Mountains Ranges

The highest hill in Madhya Pradesh is Mahadeo hill 1352 m in height and apart from its height, it is beautiful as well.

Hills/Mountains Place Best Known
Bandhavgarh Hill Umaria district Bandhavgarh Fort
Chauragarh Peak Chauragarh Pachmarhi
Handi Khoh Pachmarhi Cantt
Janapav Indore-Mumbai highway Janapav Kuti
Mahadeo Hill  Betul, Chhindwara and Seoni Mount Dhupgarh

National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries

The largest wildlife Sanctuary is Kanha National Park which has an approx area of 940 km square.

National Parks / Wildlife Sanctuaries Location
Kanha National Park Mandla
Bandhavgarh National Park Bandhavgarh, Umaria
Pench National Park Seoni district
Satpura National Park Madai, Sarangpur
Panna National Park Chhatarpur
Madhav National Park Shivpuri District
Sanjay National Park  Sidhi and Singrauli districts
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary. Sheopur district
Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary Sagar, Damoh, Narsinghpur and Raisen
National Chambal Sanctuary – Gharial Morena

Administrative Structure

Madhya Pradesh is a state in central India. Its capital is Bhopal and houses the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) and the secretariat. The Madhya Pradesh High Court, located in Jabalpur, has jurisdiction over the whole state. Below table will tell more about the GK of Madhya Pradesh and Current affairs MP.

S.No Description Summary
1. Capital Bhopal
2. Administrative HQ Bhopal, Jabalpur
3. Chief Ministers Kamal Nath
4. Governor Anandiben Patel
6. State Animal Barasingha
7. State Bird Indian Paradise Flycatcher
8. State Flower White Lily
9. State Tree Banyan Tree
10. No. of District 52
11. Loksabha Seats 40
12. Vidhan Parishad (Legislative Council)
13. Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) 231 (230 + 1 Nominated)
14. Major Airport
  • Raja Bhoj Airport
  • Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport
  • Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal
  • Dumna Airport
  • Civil Aerodrome Khajuraho
15. Major Railway Stations
  • Amla Junction railway station
  • Dewas Junction railway station
  • Bhopal Junction railway station
  • Gwalior Junction railway station
  • Indore Junction railway station
  • Katni Junction railway station
  • Amla Junction railway station
  • Balaghat Junction railway station
  • Bhopal Junction railway station
  • Birlanagar Junction railway station etc
16. Official Language Hindi
17. Time Zone IST (UTC +5:30)
18. Postal Code Different according to area
19. Vehicle Code MP —
20. Judiciary The high court of Madhya Pradesh
21. Seal Madhya Pradesh Seal


Madhya Pradesh is divided into 10 division, which is as follows:

Division Districts
Bhopal Division Bhopal, Raisen, Rajgarh, Vidisha, Sehore.
Chambal Division Bhind, Morena, Sheopur
Gwalior Division Ashoknagar, Datia, Guna, Gwalior, and Shivpuri.
Indore Division Indore, Barwani, Burhanpur, Dhar, Jhabua, Khandwa, Khargone and
Jabalpur Division Balaghat, Chhindwara, Jabalpur, Katni, Mandla, Narsinghpur, and Seoni.
Narmadapuram Division Hoshangabad, Harda, and Betul
Rewa Division Rewa, Satna, Sidhi, and Singrauli
Sagar Division Chhatarpur, Damoh, Panna, Sagar, Tikamgarh. Niwari
Shahdol Division Shahdol, Umaria, Anuppur Initially Dindori
Ujjain Division Dewas, Mandsaur, Neemuch, Ratlam, Shajapur, Agar and Ujjain.


There are major languages were found in Madhya Pradesh those are as follows.

Languages Percentage
Hindi 68%
Malvi 6.45%
Bundeli 5.92%
Bagheli 3.63%
Nimadi 3.16%
Bhili 2.5%
Marathi 1.7%
Gondi 1.57%
Bareli 1.36%
Others 5.71%


As per the government data the maximum people who are Hindu at  90.89% and 9.11% other religion.

Religion Percentage
Hinduism 90.80%
Islam 6.57%
Sikh 0.20%
Christianity 0.29%
Buddhist 0.30%
Jain 0.78%
Other Religions 0.83%
Not Stated 0.13%


  • Highest dam of Indirasagar Dam.
  • The second highest dam of Bargi Dam.
  • Longest dam of Bargi Dam.
  • Largest power generating dam Omkareshwar Dam 520 MW.

Some of the major dams in Madhya Pradesh are as follows –

Dams River Length  Height  Capacity  Location Open
Indirasagar Dam Narmada River 653 m (2,142 ft) 92 m (302 ft)  9,890,701 acre·ft Khandwa district 2006
Bargi Dam Narmada River 5357 m 69.80 m 3,920 million m3 Jabalpur
Ban Sagar Dam Sone River 1,020 m (3,350 ft) 67 m (220 ft) 2,000,000 acre-feet (2.5 km3) shahdol 2006
Gandhi Sagar Dam Chambal River 514 metres (1,686 ft) 62.17 metres (204.0 ft) 5,936,000 acre
Mandsaur District 1960
Madikheda Dam Sindh River 1070 m 62 m 901 million m3  Shivpuri
Tawa Dam Tawa River 1,815 m  57.91 m 9,890,701 acre·ft. Hoshangabad District  1974


Madhya Pradesh has popularly 7 rivers in which the Narmada is the longest river in Madhya Pradesh.

Rivers Originates From Falls or Meet Total Length City
Narmada Anuppur Hugli river 1070 Km  


Jabalpur Barwani, Harda, Hoshangabad, Omkareshwar, Narmada Nagar, Dewas

Chambal Indore Yamuna River 965 Km Indore
Betwa river Bhopal  Yamuna River 380 km Bhopal, Gwalior, Jhansi, Jaluan
Tapti Betul Arabian Sea 724 Km Multai
Son Amarkantak Ganga river 784 km Sidhi, Dehri, Patna
Shipra North of Dhar district Chambal River  195 Km Ujjain, Ratlam, Dhar, Mandsaur
Kali Sindh Bagli Chambal River 150 Km Indore, Bhopal.
Tawa Betul  District Narmada River 172 Km Hoshangabad District

Arts and culture

The Culture of Madhya Pradesh is extraordinary as Four sites in Madhya Pradesh have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO: the Khajuraho Group of Monuments (1986) including Devi Jagadambi temple, Khajuraho, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi (1989) and the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka (2003).

Folk Dances

Rai The history of the Rai dance is related to the kings of Bundelkhand. In order to congratulate or entertain, the ladies of the Badiya-bachra Society were invited to dance. He danced like a peacock put a long Swirl on the face. The face of the Dancer is in the veil, but to see its gestures, a male dancer takes a torch in the hands and dance with her. The Rai is inserted into this torch he not be extinguished. That reason it is called as Rai dance.
Karma Karma dance is the traditional dance performed during the karma festival. It is the famous autumnal festival. People perform this during the month of August/September (Bhaado). Many states people perform like Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal. If means ‘Fate’. People are performing this dance during the worship of karma devta or God of fate.
Saila Sela dance is done with many variations in dance style and pattern. Sometimes dancers stand in a circle, where every person stands on one leg and takes help for support by holding the person in front.
Matki Matki Dance is the famous dance style in the Malwa region. This dance style is performed by the ladies with main instrument dhol on special occasions like birthday, wedding or other important occasions. In Hindi language, matki means the small type of clay pot or small pitcher. Matki Dance is performed in a circular position. Lady balance a small pitcher of a clay pot on their head and performing time they also covered his face with a veil.
Gangaur Gangaur dance is the famous festival in Indian states such as Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, some part of Bengal and Gujrat. Gangaur is a collection of 2 words ‘Gana’ means Lord Shiva and ‘Gaur’ means Gauri.  Mainly Gangaur dance is performed by both married and unmarried women. This dance is performed mainly during the nine days.
Badhai Badhai dance is the famous dance style in Bundelkhand. It is a ceremonial dance. Badhai dance are performed on special occasions like childbirth, wedding or any other occasion. The collection of dancers show the different unique move on their faces.
Baredi Baredi dancer is the famous folk dance in Madhya Pradesh. The baredi dance is performed by ‘Aheer’ (Yadav) Community of Madhya Pradesh. This is also called as Yadavas. Aheer community people performed the dance in every year just the day after the Diwali till the night of the full moon.
Naurata Naurata dance is specially performed by the unmarried women or girl for good married life. During the Navratri festival  Marked the different type of colourful design is made in outside the house.
Ahiri Ahiri is a famous dance form in Bharia society. This dance is performed in the wedding occasion. Ahiri dance performs with the Drum and Timki (A pair of the brass metal platter) are the two musical instruments.

Traditional Music

  • Indian Classical Music
  • Relo
  • Leha Songs
  • Pai Songs

Major Festival

  • Khajuraho Festival
  • Bhagoria Haat Festival
  • Holi
  • Ujjain Kumbh Mela
  • Dussehra
  • Diwali

Cuisine (Famous Food)

  • Poha
  • Daal Bafla
  • Seekh Kebabs
  • Bhipali Ghost korma
  • Bhutte ki Kees
  • Palak Puri
  • Malpua
  • Jalebi
  • Chakki ki Shak
  • Mawa Bati

Traditional Dress


  • Dhoti
  • Safa


  • Lehenga and Choli
  • Odhni

Famous Temples

Madhya Pradesh, once being a part of the Bihar state is known for its rich culture and tradition. Madhya Pradesh has around 72 main Hindu temples and the majority of them are for the worship of Lord Shiva.

Temples Location
Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Ujjain
Saas Bahu Temple Gwalior
Bada Ganesh Ka Mandir Ujjain
Kandariya Mahadeo Temple Khajuraho
Kal Bhairav Mandir Ujjain
Chintaman Ganesh Temple Ujjain
Matangeshwar Temple Khajuraho
Annapurna Temple Indore
Adinath temple Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple Khajuraho
Javari Temple  Khajuraho
Chaturbhuj Temple Orchha
Omkareshwar Temple Omkareshwar
Harsiddhi Temple Ujjain
Bharat Milap Mandir Chitrakoot
Parsvanath Temple Khajuraho
Shri Pashupatinath Temple Mandsaur
Chausath Yogini Temple Bhedaghat
Lakshmi Narayana Temple Bhopal
Gauri Somnath Mandir Omkareshwar
Mamleshwar Temple Omkareshwar

The Economy

Madhya Pradesh has the 8th rank in GDP, It has gross state domestic product (nominal GDP) for 2013-14 was ₹ 4,509 billion (approximately US$ 72,726,000,000). The per-capita figure was US$ 871.45 in 2013-14, the sixth-lowest in the country. Between 1999 and 2008, the annualised growth rate of the state was very low: 3.5%. Subsequently, the state’s GDP growth rate has improved significantly, rising to 8% during 2010–11 and 12% during 2011–12.

The state has the largest reserves of diamond and copper in India. 

S.No Description Summary
1 State GDP ₹9.62 lakh crore (US$130 billion) (2019-20 est.)
2 GDP Growth  12.2%
3 Per capita income ₹ 90,998
4 GDP per capita rank 10th
5 Major Industries
  • Ordnance Factories
  • IT and ITES
  • Food Processing
  • Auto Components
  • Herbal, Biotech
  • Cement
  • Mineral Processing and Stone
6 Major Imports
  • Oil and petroleum
  • Electronics
  • Heavy Machinery
7 Major exports
  • Engineering & Machine
  • Plastic & Packaging Materials
  • Processed & Un-Processed Food
  • Spice & Organic Products
  • Herbal & Pharmaceuticals
  • Textile-Yarn & Fabric


As separated from Madhya Pardesh got many airports which are listed below.

Name Location
Raja Bhoj International Airport Bhopal
Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport Indore
Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal Gwalior
Dumna Airport Jabalpur
Khajuraho Airport Khajuraho
Rewa  Airport Rewa


Madhya Pradesh has most popularly 7 stadiums in which Captain Roop Singh Stadium is the largest capacity holding of 60,000 (approx) peoples.

Stadium Sports City
Holkar Cricket Stadium, Cricket Indore
Captain Roop Singh Stadium Cricket Gwalior
Nehru Stadium Cricket Indore
Aishbagh Stadium, Hockey Bhopal
Bab-E-Ali stadium Cricket Bhopal
Tatya Tope Stadium multi-purposed Bhopal
Rani taal Stadium Cricket Jabalpur


Madhya Pradesh has an average literacy rate among the other states in India, It had a literacy rate of 70.60%. According to the 2009–10 figures, the state had 105,592 primary schools, 6,352 high schools and 5,161 higher secondary schools. The state has 200+ engineering & architecture colleges, 200+ management institutes and more than 10 medical colleges.

There are many premier educational and research institutions of India has been established in couples of years like Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal, Indian Institute of Management IndoreIndian Institute of Technology IndoreMaulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal, IIITDM Jabalpur and IIITM Gwalior, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, SPA Bhopal, IIFM BhopalNational Law Institute University Bhopal, Institute Of Engineering & Science IPS Academy Indore, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Bhopal, Jabalpur Engineering College, Ujjain Engineering College, Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior and Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science etc.

  Description Summary
1. Literacy Rate (2011) 70.60%
2. Male 80.5%
3. Female 60%
4. No. of School 1,17,095 (Primary, High Schools, Higher Secondary School)
5. Affiliation Board CBSE, ISCE, MPBSE
6. No. of University 25 (Central 2, state 16, Deemed 3, Private 1, Institute of National Importance 3 )
7. Colleges in Madhya Pradesh 1914 (Engineering, Medical, Management, Arts, Law)

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Heritage Sites

Madhya Pradesh has a large number of Ancient Monuments spread at different places throughout the state. It has two World Heritage Sites: The Khajuraho Group of Monuments (1986), Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi (1989), The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka (2003) of Madhya Pradesh.  Its tourism industry has seen considerable growth, with the state topping the National Tourism Awards in 2010–11. Every year many tourists visit Madhya Pradesh.

S.No Description Summary
1 Major Tourist Places
  • Magical Mandu
  • Beauty of Chanderi
  • Sacred Sanchi
  • Majestic Orchha
  • Funfair of Jabalpur
  • Begum’s Bhopal
  • Untamed Pench

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2 Major Monuments
  • Alamgir Gate
  • Kamlapati Palace
  • Ancient Hindu Baodi
  • Asharfi Mahal
  • Baz Bahadur’s Palace
  • Delhi Gate
  • Darya Khan’s Tomb
  • Hathi Mahal

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3 National Park
  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Sanjay National Park
  • Madhav National Park
  • Kanha National Park
  • Van Vihar National Park
  • Mandla Plant Fossils National Park
  • Panna National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Satpura National Park
4 Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bori Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
  • National Chambal Sanctuary
  • Sanjay-Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary

Famous Personalities

Freedom Fighters
  • Chandra Shekhar Azad(1906 – 1931)
  •  Ravishankar Shukla(1877 – 1956)
  • Tantia Tope(1814 – 1859)
  • Rani Lakhsmibai(1828 – 1858)
  •  Rani Avantibai(1857)
  • Ami Mishra
  • Anil Mange
  • Arjun Rampal
  • Arunoday Singh
  • Ashok Kumar
  • Ashutosh Rana
  • Lata Mangeshkar
  • Javed Khan
  • Johnny Walker
  • Jaya Bachchan
  • Salim Khan
  • Salman Khan
  • Sharat Saxena
  • Kumar Pallana
  • Raghuvir Yadav
  • Mamta Sharma
  • Arjun Rampal
  • Swanand Kirkire
  • Govind Namdev
  • Ashutosh Rana
  • Mukesh Tiwari
  • Kartik Tiwari
  • Shaan
  • Sara Khan
  • Himangini Singh Yadu
  • Sharad Kelkar
  •  Divyanka Tripathi
  • Annu Kapoor
  • Rajeev Verma
  •   Mushtaq Khan
  • Razak Khan
  • Sachin Nayak
  • Palak Muchhal
  • Rishikesh Pandey
  • Vinay Sapru writer, director, producer
  • Makhanlal Chaturvedi
  • Nathuram Premi
  • Mrinal Pande
  • Prabhash Joshi
  • Deepak Chaurasia
  • Shashi Bhushan
  • Seth Govind Das
  • Ambika Prasad Divya
  • Satyadev Dubey
  • Vishal Mangalwadi
  • Nalin Mehta
  •   Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh
  • Harishankar Parsai
  • Manibhai J. Patel
  • Nathuram Premi
  • J. S. Rajput
  • Vidya Shah
  • Shah Jahan Begum
  •   Amritlal Vegad
  • Jan Nisar Akhtar
  • Balkavi Bairagi
  • Asad Bhopali
  • Kaif Bhopali
  • Manzar Bhopali
  • Narendra Karmarkar
  • Anil Kakodkar
Social Service
  • Alok Sanjar
  • Rajiv Gautam
  • Roop Singh
  • Ahmed Khan
  • Aslam Sher Khan
  • Shivendra Singh
  • Shankar Laxman
  • Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi
  • Mushtaq Ali
  • Chandu Sarwate, former India cricketer.
  • Amay Khurasiya, former India cricketer.
  • Narendra Hirwani, former India cricketer.
  • C. K. Nayudu
  • Sanjay Jagdale
  • Narendra Menon
  • Sudhir Asnani
  • Rahul Dravid, Indian cricketer born in Indore.
  • Amay Khurasiya
  • Jai Prakash Yadav
  • Naman Ojha
  • Devendra Bundela
  • Nuzhat Parween
  • Ishwar Pandey
Padma Bhushan
  • Hemendra Singh Panwar
  • Gokulotsavji Maharaj
Padma Shri
  • Gul Bardhan
  • Govind Chandra Pande
  • Prahlad Tipanya
  • Ramakant Gundecha
  • Umakant Gundecha
  • Vijay Dutt Shridhar
  • Vijay Kumar
  • Vinod K. Singh
  • Janak Palta McGilligan
  • Sushil Doshi
  • Bhalchandra Dattatray Mondhe
  • Bhakti Yadav
  • Malti Joshi
  •  Keshav Rao Musalgaonkar
  • Bhajju Shyam
  • Baba Yogendra
  • Babulal Dahiya
  • Pratap Singh Hardia
  • Kailash Madbaiya
  • Mahesh Sharma

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