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Bansagar Dam, Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh

September 20, 2013 in Architecture, Most Popular

bansagar dam shahdol mp

Bansagar Dam (बाणसागर बाँध ) is located in Devlond (देवलोंद ) village, Shahdol District (शहडोल जिला  ), Madhya Pradesh. It is a multipurpose river valley project constructed on Sone River(सोन नदी ) serving irrigation, power generation, drinking water etc needs for Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

The dam has been named Bansagar in honor of renowned Sanskrit scholar Bana Bhatta (बाण भट्ट ) in 7th century who belonged to this area. The project originally started in 1956 by name ‘Dimba Project’ by Central Water Commission at a location which is 30 Kms away from the current site , but was later shifted to the current site in Devlond. The construction work originally started on 14th May,1978  after foundation stone was laid by the Late prime minister Morarji Desai and it finished in 2006. It was dedicated to the nation on 25th September, 2006 by Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, former prime minister of India. The original approved cost was Rs 91.31 Crore but by the time it finished its estimated cost was over Rs 1200 Crores.

The benefits of bansagar Dam project

  1. Irrigation: Irrigation is one of the biggest benefits of this project. The project has helped irrigate 3 states namely Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar (water sharing in ratio 2,000,000 acre feet : 1,000,000 acre feet: 1,000,000 acre feet respectively).  Total area being irrigated by the project is 2,490 km² in Madhya Pradesh(in the districts of Rewa, Sidhi, Satna and Shahdol), 1,500 km²  in Uttar Pradesh(in the districts of Mirjapur and Allahabad) and 940 km² in Bihar. The project has also helped to increase the water table in the nearby areas like Rewa, Shahdol, Katni, Satna etc.

    Bansagar Dam Canal and Building

    A view Bansagar Dam Canal and Building from top of the Dam

  2. Electricity/Power Genaration:  Power generation is the other major benefit of the project. The project generates 425 MW of electricity in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Location Details of Bansagar Dam:

  1. Dam site  is located 0.5 km U/S of Devlond bridge across Sone river , 51 Kms away from Rewa City, on Rewa-Amarkantak highway.

    Bansagar Dam Walls

    Bansagar Dam Walls

  2. Left flank of the dam is located in Satna District & right flank in Shahdol district.
  3. Power House of the dam is located in Rewa & Shahdol districts.
  4. Lattitute: 24 11 30 , Longitude :  81 17 15
  5. Power House No I is 9.6 km D/S of Chachai falls on R/B of Tons river.
  6.  Power House No II is 4.5 km from Rewa on R/B of Beehar river.
  7. Power House No III at the toe of masonry dam.
  8. Power House No IV at Head Regulator.

Physical Details of the Dam and Reservoir

  • Dam height : 67 meter

    Bansagar Dam Reservior

    Bansagar Dam Reservior

  • Dam length : 1020 metre
  • Dam type : Masonry/Earthen
  • Spillway capacity : 47742 m³/s
  • Live storage : 5.41 km³
  • Dead Storage : 0.96 km³
  • Other Detailed features of the Dam

Citizen Charter of Bansagar Project

Click on the link above to read the charter.

Agreement of the Bansagar Dam project between Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar States in 1973.

Click on the link above to read the agreement.

References

  1.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bansagar_Dam
  2. http://bcb.nic.in : Official Bansagar Board Website
  3. Official Publication from Bansagar Control Board in PDF

by Bharat

The Indus Valley Civilization – Home to Harappa, Mohenjo Daro, Lothal and Rupar

September 2, 2013 in History, Most Popular

Mohenjo daro Priest king

“Priest King” statue, Mohenjo-Daro, late Mature Harappan period, Karachi National Museum , Pakistan

 

The Indus valley civilization (also known as Harappan Civilization) was part of Bronze age (and beginning of Iron age too) and flourished between 3300–1300 BCE (BCE means Before Common Era and is same as BC/Before Christ) along the basin of Indus River. It is one of the biggest Ancient Civilizations known today.

The Indus Valley is one of the world’s earliest and biggest urban civilizations, along with its contemporaries, Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. At its peak, the Indus Civilization may have had a population of well over five million.

Discovery: The ruins of Harrappa were first described in 1842 by Charles Masson in his Narrative of Various Journeys in Balochistan, Afghanistan, and the Punjab, where locals talked of an ancient city.  In 1872–75 Alexander Cunningham published the first Harappan seal and about half a century later in 1912, some more Harappan seals were discovered by J. Fleet, prompting an excavation campaign under Sir John Hubert Marshall in 1921–22 and resulting in the discovery of the civilization at Harappa by Sir John Marshall, Rai Bahadur Daya Ram Sahni and Madho Sarup Vats, and at Mohenjo-daro by Rakhal Das Banerjee, E. J. H. MacKay, and Sir John Marshall. Since city of Harappa was discovered first of all the Indus Valley Civilizations (IVC) , it is often called as Harappan Civilization. There were earlier and later cultures, often called Early Harappan and Late Harappan, in the same area of the Harappan Civilization. The Harappan civilisation is sometimes called the Mature Harappan culture to distinguish it from these cultures. Up to 1999, over 1,056 cities and settlements have been found, out of which 96 have been excavated.

Below is a table with chronological sequence of IVC ages (Courtsey: Wikipedia) :

Date range
Phase
Era
7000–5500 BCE
Mehrgarh I (aceramic Neolithic)
Early Food Producing Era
5500–3300
Mehrgarh II-VI (ceramic Neolithic)
Regionalisation Era
5500-2600
3300–2600 Early Harappan
3300–2800
Harappan 1 (Ravi Phase)
2800–2600
Harappan 2 (Kot Diji Phase, Nausharo I, Mehrgarh VII)
2600–1900 Mature Harappan (Indus Valley Civilization) Integration Era
2600–2450
Harappan 3A (Nausharo II)
2450–2200
Harappan 3B
2200–1900
Harappan 3C
1900–1300 Late Harappan (Cemetery H); Ochre Coloured Pottery Localisation Era
1900–1700
Harappan 4
1700–1300
Harappan 5
1300–300
Painted Gray Ware, Northern Black Polished Ware (Iron Age)
Indo-Gangetic Tradition

Information: The civilization is sometimes referred to as the Indus Ghaggar-Hakra civilization or the Indus-Sarasvati civilization. The appellation Indus-Sarasvati is based on the possible identification of the Ghaggar-Hakra River with the Sarasvati River of the Nadistuti sukta in the Rig Veda, but there are different opinions on this theory.

Geographical Areas

Indus Valley civilization boundaries map

Indus Valley civilization boundaries map showing present day location of sites like Harappa and Mohenjo Daro.
Courtsey: Wikipedia.org

First we need to understand that the Indus Valley Civilization is collection of all the civilizations that existed along Indus river and Ravi river. So do not confuse this with one city spread over thousands of miles. There were many cities like Harappa, Mohenjo Daro, Rupar, Lothal etc which were spread along the basin of the river Indus but were very similar when it came to planning, architecture, language , agriculture, trade etc. Collectively we call them Indus Valley Civilization. It was very similar to the other major civilizations that existed and flourished that time in other parts of the world like  Egypt and Peru. The Indus Valley Civilization encompassed most of Pakistan and parts of northwestern India, Afghanistan and Iran, extending from Balochistan in the west to Uttar Pradesh in the east, northeastern Afghanistan to the north and Maharashtra to the south. Lately, some isolated colonies have been found in Pakistan’s Frontier province and as far as  Turkmenistan and Gujarat.

Cities in Indus Valley / Harappan Civilization

By 2600 BCE, the Early Harappan small communities had been turned into large urban centers which we can call cities. If we collectively see the geographical area, population , number of cities and similarity with each other of the Indus valley civilization we could have called it an Empire, but we have no evidence if they were being ruled by an Emperor or anything similar. Anyway, archaeologists have excavated over 100 cities by now in today’s India, Pakistan and Afghanistan . Some of them are below:

India: Dholavira, Kalibangan, Rakhigarhi, Rupar, and Lothal

Pakistan: Harappa, Ganeriwala, Mohenjo-Daro

We will discuss some of them in little more detail later.

Government and Administration

There is no proof found that there existed a central ruling authority like king or emperor for any of these civilizations. We know this since no big forts or templates have been found. Also, there are no evidences that they followed orders from someone.

However similarity in architecture , culture and other social similarities suggest that there was a central administration which used to take care of these decisions and their implementation. We also know that everyone enjoyed equal status.

Buildings, Planning and Architecture

The city planning and architecture seems to be very advanced for that time. In fact, lot of modern cities and villages in many countries(including India and Pakistan) do not have such advanced planning and architecture. None of the other civilizations at that time have shown this much advanced planning and execution as per the available evidences.

Indus Valley remains

Looking at the well planned artchitcture and execution, archeologists have concluded that the engineers or the planners learned the art somewhere else and executed with these cities, otherwise building the whole city with such skill and planning would not have been possible.

One thing worth mentioning is that cities have been built on top of each other. Apparently, when a city was ruined, flooded or destroyed , new city was built on top of it. But the excavations have discovered that the bottom most architecture was most skillful and well executed. Reasons for this could be the initial knowledge was not well transitioned to next generations , the planning and execution people became less effective or less interested. But for what its worth, all the cities were still masterpieces for the period (they are still masterpieces in my opinion !!!)

 

Homes :  Homes were mostly one or two stories high, made of well baked solid bricks(in fact, lot of those bricks were used by villages in Pakistan to construct their homes before the sites were preserved ) and they all followed same design and architecture. This suggests that cities were completely built before people started to live there. Where did they live before their homes were constructed then? May be they were traders or settled from some other place, but we do not know for sure. Archaeologists are still trying to find answers to many similar questions.

Mohenjodaro ruins with great bath in front

Mohenjodaro ruins with great bath in front

 

Back to the architecture, the houses had their own courtyard , a window opening into the courtyard(to see the kids playing :)) a personal drinking well and a bathroom. No windows or doors opened on the main street, but only to inner lanes.

Roads: Main roads were straight, wide and well connected to all parts of the city through smaller lanes or roads. The smaller lanes were connected to the houses for direct accessibility to the main road. Remember, houses did not have window or door opening on the main roads.

Drainage system and Hygiene and Public facilities in Indus Valley

If you did not already know and some one describes you the sophisticated and technologically advanced urban culture that existed back then in IVC, you would never believe that it was an ancient civilization. The quality of municipal town planning suggests the knowledge of urban planning and efficient municipal governments which placed a high priority on hygiene, or, may be, accessibility to the means of religious ritual.

The homes had clay pipes from the bathrooms to the covered sewers down the street. These sewers were connected through piper running along the streets with the main sewer system , which drained into nearby rivers and streams. Archaeologists have also found massive bathing structures with small rooms alongside. Scholars believe that these might have been large swimming pools with changing rooms or perhaps these were used for religious ceremonies or rituals. One such structure found in the city of Mohenjo Daro is known as the ‘Great Bath‘. You can see its ruins in the picture above.

Arts and Crafts

Bronze Dancing_Girl_of_Mohenjo-daro

Bronze Statue of Dancing Girl from Mohenjo-daro

Excavations have revealed usage of metals and ceramic during that time for making tools, pottery, ornaments, beads and statues. Various sculptures, seals, pottery, gold jewelry, and anatomically detailed figurines in terracotta, bronze, and steatite have also been found.

Dance: Presence of the statue of a dancing girl reveals that people were aware of some form of dancing, liked to watch dancing or practiced it. Dancing could have been a source of entertainment too, but we are not sure as of now.

Jewelry & Ornaments:  Various metal ornaments like bronze and gold ornaments have been excavated. This reveals few things like people were fond of Jewelry and they wore it and that they had skills of making jewelry. Apart from metal, necklaces, bangles,ornaments and other crafts were made of beads, ceramacis , horns etc. Similar jewelry and ornaments are still used in some parts of India and Pakistan today.

Shiva Pashupati seal, showing a seated ithyphallic figure, surrounded by animals

Shiva Pashupati seal, showing a seated ithyphallic figure, surrounded by animals

 Seals and Pottery :  Many seals and ceramic potteries have been excavated from various sites.  We do not know exactly what they were used for , but they been helping archaeologists learn more about symbols, culture and language.

One of the seals found resembles figure of Lord Shiva (भगवान शिव) and has been named as Pashupati (पशुपति ) which is another name of Lord Shiva.

Chanhudaro Site. Fragment of Large Deep Vessel, circa 2500 B.C.E. Red pottery with red and black slip-painted decoration

Chanhudaro Site. Fragment of Large Deep Vessel, circa 2500 B.C.E. Red pottery with red and black slip-painted decoration

The Indus Valley Seals from British Museum

The Indus Valley Seals from British Museum

Pottery:  Indus valley people also had knowledge of ceramic pottery which is revealed by one of the broken pieces of pottery found during excavations.

Language, Writing System and Symbols:

Ten Indus Scripts, dubbed Signboard, Dholavira, India

Ten Indus Scripts, dubbed Signboard, Dholavira, India

Swastika Seals from the Indus Valley Civilization preserved at the British Museum

Swastika Seals from the Indus Valley Civilization preserved at the British Museum

Although archaeologists and historians are trying hard to decipher the language and symbols used, but there has not been much success as of now.  However we have some idea that all the civilizations in the Indus Valley used same languages and signs. On the right is a seal excavated from Indus Valley which has Swastik (स्वास्तिक ) Symbol engraved on it. Swastik symbol is one of major symbols used in Hindu and Jain Religions. Archaeologists or Historians have found no proof confirming, but the symbols and pictures found from all over the excavations lead us to believe that Hindu or Jain Religion was followed that time.  We have some references to a similar city like Harappa in Hindu Veda Rigveda although there was a time difference of almost a 1000 years. We will discuss this later.

Trade & Transport

The Indus Valley Civilizations seem to be heavily dependent upon Trade with other civilizations which existed that time like  Mesopotamia , Persia and possibly Egypt.

All the long route trade was made possible by advances in the transportation technology at that time. Indus valley civilization might be the first one to use wheeled transport and bullock carts. Small boats and larger ships were used for sea route trade. There are evidences of large sea harbors and canals in Lothal(in Gujrat, India now) which were possibly used for docking these boats and ships and for loading/unloading goods. We have been able to relate trade relations between different civilizations due to similarity in goods found at all those places.

Food and Crop

Evidences from excavations suggest that people knew farming and they grew crops. Domestic Wheat and Barley were major crops which were grown and consumed. Crops might also have been used for trade , but we can not say for sure.

Other Skills

Weights and Measurement: The people of the Indus Civilization achieved great accuracy in measuring length, mass, and time. They were among the first to develop a system of uniform weights and measures. A comparison of available objects indicates large scale variation across the Indus Civilizations. Their smallest division, which is marked on an ivory scale found in Lothal, was approximately 1.704 mm, the smallest division ever recorded on a scale of the Bronze Age. Harappan engineers followed the decimal division of measurement for all practical purposes, including the measurement of mass as revealed by their hexahedron weights.

Metallurgy : Harappans evolved some new techniques in metallurgy and produced copper, bronze, lead, and tin. The engineering skill of the Harappans was remarkable, especially in building docks.

A touchstone bearing gold streaks was found in Banawali, which was probably used for testing the purity of gold (such a technique is still used in some parts of India)

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Important Contact Numbers, Helplines and Links for Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh

August 25, 2013 in Cities, Important, Most Popular

Rewa IntroductionHistory  |  Geography  |  Contacts  |  Tourism |  Arts & Crafts | Education | Facts & Figures

 

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Below are the important contact details for Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh, India.

STD code for City : 07662 , Country Code India: +91

  1. Police Control Room (toll free): 100 (when dialing from mobile, dial STD code 07662 first)
  2. Emergency help line                     : 108 (This is the most common helpline, dial this in case of any kind of emergency)
  3. Fire                                                       : 101
  4. Medical Emergency (Ambulance)   : 102
  5. Women Helpline Number Across Madhya Pradesh (MP)                  :  1090 (Toll Free)

 

Other Important Numbers:

Top Government officials

Sr. No

Designation

Phone No.

Email address

Office

Residence

1 Commissioner, Rewa Division

241766

241888

commrewa@nic.in 

2 Collector

241635,250086 

242100

dmrewa@nic.in
4 IG, Rewa Range

255566, 241971

255568, 240447

ig_rewa@mppolice.gov.in

5

Superintendent of Police

258800

258801

sp_rewa@mppolice.gov.in

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Banks and Financial Institutions

 

Sr. No Designation Bank’s Name Phone No
Office Mobile No.
1 A.G.M. RBI 9424418502
2 Dy.G.M. Union Bank of India Regional Office Rewa 257202 9425424499
3 L.D.M. Union Bank of India Regional Office Rewa 257205 9424622783
4 A.G.M. State Bank of India (Main) Branch Rewa 409485, 254950 9826902030
5 B.M. Allahabad Bank 406315, 256256 9302843324
6 B.M. Punjab National Bank 256766, 241466 9893046490
7 B.M. Bank of Baroda 404981 9893195418
8 B.M. Central Bank of India 256820, 242766 9752577517
9 B.M. Oriental Bank of Commerce 252870, 256947 9926009829
10 B.M. Punjab & Sindh Bank 254867 9755434851
11 B.M State Bank of Indore 252679, 407787
12 B.M. UCO Bank 256827 9893155422
13 B.M. Canara Bank 250454, 250654 9425637738
14 B.M. Bank of India 254105 9425563866
15 Chairman Rewa Sidhi Gramin Bank 241491 9926371324
16 G.M. Rewa Sidhi Gramin Bank 406609, 255544 9981136588
17 G.M. Distt. Central Cooperative Bank Rewa 242136, 255384 9425824809
18 G.M. Land Development Bank Rewa 241583 220383
19 B.M. Vijaya Bank 250220 9302503770
20 B.M. Syndicate Bank 254069 9425194598
21 B.M. Axis Bank 422201 /02 /03 9893123353
22 B.M. HDFC Bank 9826298209
23 B.M. ICICI Bank 402306, 402300 9755559339
24 A.G.M. DARDB 241583, 255816 9425846837
25 D.D.M. NABARD 258548 9425824809
26 B.M. IDBI 656201-02-03 9826143443

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Medical

Government Hospitals:

  1. Government Ayurvedic Hospital , Nipaniya, Rewa         :   (07662) 221040

Private Nursing homes and Hospitals

Sr. No. Nursing Home Address Phone No.
1 Agrawal Nursing Home  University Road, Rewa  240834
2 Chourasia Nursing  Home  Dhobia Tanki, Rewa 251330
3 Pushpanjali Nursing Home Chorasia Dharam Kanta, Rewa 242128
4 Singhal Nursing Home  Bara, Rewa

5 Goswami Nursing Home  Amahiya, Rewa 241814, 240814
6 Tirth Memorial Nursing Home University Road, Rewa
7 Pasonya Nursing Home Boda Bag Road, Rewa 503799,242775
8 Krishna Physiotherapy Clinic Opp.Church, Boda Road, Civil Lines Rewa 503227,242775

Doctors in Rewa:

Sr. No. Doctor’s Name Phone No.
Office Residence
1 Dr. G.P. Dwivedi 241655 252332
2 Dr. C.B. Shukla 242104   242051
3 Dr. P.C. Dwivedi 256563   254958
4 Dr. B.S. Chawla 240030
5 Dr. M.K. Jain 242498
6 Dr. V.K. Saraswat 250196
7 Dr. V.P. Mishra 255121   256647 
8 Dr. G.S. Vyas 256989
9 Dr. G.P. Shrivastava 255708
10 Dr. H.P. Singh 241501
11 Dr. Joyti Singh 240710
12 Dr. A.P.S. Gaharwar 240709
13 Dr. O.P. Jatav 241749 
14 Dr. M.K. Rathore 255877
15 Dr. Vinayak Mishra 230474
16 Dr. R.L. Tiwari   255578
18 Dr. Anand Singh 254222
21 Dr. Naresh Bajaj 242066
22 Dr. Atul Shukla     225349

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Police Stations in Rewa City, MP

S.No. Name of the Police Station Office Phone
1 AJK Rewa
2 Antrela 07661-235960
3 Baikunthpur Rewa 07662-277228
4 Chakghat 07661-283230
5 Chorhata 07662-220577
6 Civil Lines Rewa 07662-254434
7 Dabhora 07661-282950
8 Garh 07660-284545
9 Govindgarh 07662-261530
10 Gudh
11 Hanumana 07664-288530
12 Janeh
13 Java 07661-282760
14 Kotwali Rewa 07662-258557
15 Laur 07663-286231
16 Mahila Thana
17 Mangwan 07660-281218
18 Mauganj 07663-270341
19 Naigarhi 07663-285119
20 Panwar 07661-235950
21 Raipur 07662-265204
22 Sagra 07662-263244
23 Semariya 07660-266549
24 Shahpur 07663-237692
25 Sirmour 07660-260633
26 Sohagi 07661-282230
27 Teonthar
28 Traffic Rewa 07662-223171
29 University Rewa 07662-240817

Outposts/चौकी

S.No. Name of the Outposts Phone
1 Bheer
2 Birpur
3 Bus stand
4 Chachai
5 Gadi
6 Hata
7 Judwani
8 Khatkahri
9 Lalgaon
10 Manikwar
11 Nowasata
12 Raghunathganj
13 Saman
14 Senouri
15 Shivpura

Women Police Station/Help Line

S.No. Name of the Women Police Station Phone
1 Mahila Thana Rewa 07661-255700

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Extended List of Doctors in Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh

Dr. AGARWAL, DEEPAK

BODA BAGH ROAD, CLINIC LINES,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. AGRAWAL, ARUN KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) AGRAWAL, NISHA

UNIVERSITY ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. AGRAWAL, ASHUTOSH

Dr. (Mrs) AGRAWAL, PREETI

17/713, NR. CHANDRALOK HOTEL, GULAB MARG REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. ARYA, RAJKUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) ARYA, ANITA

J-564, DARPAN COLONY, RAMKRISHNA, THATIPUR, GWALIOR

Dr. BAGHEL, PRAVEEN KUMAR

F-26, DOCTORS COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. BAGHEL, YADVENDRA SINGH

F-24, MED. COLLEGE CAMPUS,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. BAJAJ, NARESH

Dr. (Mrs) BAJAJ, RAJSHREE

F-27, DOCTORS COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. BANERJEE, GEETA

E-14, MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPUS,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. BRIGHT, RANI

212 B, HILLCREST, COLLINGS WOOD,

N.J. 08/08 U.S.A.

Dr. CHATTERJEE, DEBASHISH

ASHIRWAD 2/20/483, BEHIND JYOTI SCHOOL, NEHRU NAGAR, REWA

Dr. CHAURASIA, NARESH CHANDRA

Dr. (Mrs) CHAURASIA, USHA

JAIL ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. CHOUDHARY, PANKAJ

Dr. (Mrs) CHANDRA, PRABHA

F-10, DR`S COLONY, S.S. MED. COLLEGE CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. DHRUWE, DILHARAN PRASAD

AT DEOTARA, P.O. BEEJA, VIA KARGI ROAD, (C.G.) 495113

Dr. DR. MISHRA, BIHARI LAL

ARJUN NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. DUBEY, RAMBHILAS

OPP POLICE CHOWKY SAMANE,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. DWIVEDI, CHANDRIKA PRASAD

DWIVEDI SADAN, SHASTRI NAGAR, AMAHYA , REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. DWIVEDI, PREM CHANDRA

D-2-8, DR`S COLONY, GMH CAMPUS,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GAHARWAR, A.P. SINGH

E-3, MED. COLL., CAPMUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GARG, SHASHIDHAR PRASAD

E-14, DOCTORS COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GOSWAMI, KAMESHWAR

GOSWAMI X-RAY, AMAHIYA,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

M-9826121814

Dr. GULATI, SNEHLATA

D-7, S.S. MED. COLLEGE CAPMUS,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GUPTA, AMARNATH

H.NO. 29/326, PREM CHAND MARG, PANDENTAL REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GUPTA, KAILASH CHANDRA

UPRAHTI, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. GUPTA, NISHA

C/O SHAKTI PRESS, OPP. SBI KACHARI ROAD, REWA M.P.

R-9827068929, C-325535

Dr. GUPTA, SUNIL KUMAR

MAIN ROAD, SARAFA BAZAR, SEDHI (M.P.) 486661

Dr. GUPTA, RAKESH

Dr. (Mrs) GUPTA, RACHNA

VINDHYA NAGAR HOUSING BOARD COLONY, BODA BAGH, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. INDURKAR, MANOJ

Dr. (Mrs) INDURKAR, PALLAVI

F-21, GMH CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. JAIN, ANUPAM

Dr. (Mrs) JAIN, SHASHI (AGRAWAL)

ANIPAM MATERNITY HOME & EYE HOSP. BEHIND P.K. SCHOOL, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. JAIN, PRAKASH CHANDRA

416, 113, DEEN DAYAL DHAM COLONY, PADRA REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. JAIN, SURENDRA KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) JAIN, SUSHILA

NAMILA NURSING HOME, BANSAGAR COLONY REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. JATAV, OMPRAKASH

E-11, Dr`S COLONY, S.S. MED. COLLEGE, CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. JHA, ATUL KUMAR

C/O MAITHLI SHARAN SHUKLA, BEHIND BADI DARGAH, AMHIYA, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. JOSHI, KARAN

MIG-3-3/31, NEHRU NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) 486005

Dr. KAPUR, DEEPAK SARAN

BEHIND GUPTA PETROL PUMP, JHIRIA COLONY REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. KHANIJO, ASHISH

Dr. (Mrs) KHANIJO, VANDANA

502, UNIVERSITY ROAD, KHUTEHI,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. KHANIJO, SUSHIL KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) KHANIJO, SATYA

D-6, G.M.H. CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. KHARE, ANAND KUMAR

F-3, ANGOORI BUILDING, UNIVERSITY ROAD, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. KUMAR, AVINASH

Dr. (Mrs) KUMAR, NEETA

NEETA NURSING HOME, KOTHI ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. KUMAR, PRADEEP

MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. LAKHTAKIA, PANKAJ KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) LAKHTAKIA, SUJATA

F-9, Dr`S COLONY G.M. HOSP. CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. LAKHWANI, OM PRAKASH

F-33, DOCTORS COLONY,

REWA M.P.

Dr. MAHANT, PIYU DEO

Dr. (Mrs) MAHANT, SEEMA

F-15, Dr`S COLONY, MED COLLEGE CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. MISHRA, ANANT

Dr. (Mrs) MISHRA, KIRANBALA

F-25, G.M. HOSP. CAMPUS, REWA

Dr. MISHRA, ROHINI PRASAD

UNIVERSITY ROAD, KHUTEHI, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. MISHRA, ROHINI PRASAD

MIG-6, DR HEGDEWAR NAGAR,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. MISHRA, SANJAY

F-3, RAMA GOVIND PALACE, SIRMAUR CHOWK, REWA M.P.

C-253133

Dr. NAIK, D.C.

E-8, DOCTOR`S COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. MISHRA, VINAYAK

MAIN GATE, NEHRU NAGAR,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. PANDEY, ANIL

Dr. (Mrs) PANDEY, MANJU

CHILD CARE CHILDREN HOSP., P.K. SCHOOL, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. PANDEY, HARI KRISHNA

SHUKDEO ASHRAM, 17/13, KOTHI ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. PANDEY, PADMAVATI

VILL- DAORA FAREDA, PO MANIKWAR, DIST. REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. PARIHAR, SUKHENDRA

VILL & POST LOHROURA, DIST. SATNA (M.P.) 485001

Dr. PAROHA, KRISHNA K.

GURH ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. PATHAK, NANDANI PRASAD

HIG D-18, DEEN DAYAL DHAM, PADARA COLONY, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. PATHAK, SANTOSH KUMAR

C/O, DR. VINOD SHUKLA, 22/229/ SHASTRI NAGAR, AMAHIYA, REWA

Dr. PRAKASH, RAVI

P-18, DOCTOR`S COLONY, REWA (M.P.)486001

Dr. RAM, MANOHAR

F-1, DOCTORS COLONY, MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPUS, REWA M.P.

M-9993142192

Dr. SAGAR, SWAROOP

Dr. (Mrs) SAGAR, PRACHI

SAGAR NURSING HOME, BODA ROAD,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. RATHORE, MRITUNJAY

DEPTT. OF ANATOMY, S.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SARASWAT, DEVESH

E/10, G.M. CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.)

R-250196, M-9425185555

Dr. SARASWAT, VINOD KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) SARASWAT, NIRMAL

E/10, G.M. HOSP. CAMPUS, REWA

Dr. SAXENA, ASHOK KUMAR

2/10, 473-474, NEHRU NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SAXENA, PRADEEP KUMAR

MEDICAL COLLEGE CAMPUS,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SAXENA, RAVINDRA

BEHIND SATNAM MOTORS, JAI STAMBH, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SAXENA, SAURABH

C/O DR. V.P. SAXENA, NR. LOKNAYAK SCHOLL PANDENTOLA BEET NO. 13, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. SAXENA, SURESH CHANDRA

OPP STADIUM, NR. SINGROLI HOUSE, BODA BAGH, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHARMA, BRAJ KISHORE

F-13, MED. COLLEGE CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHARMA, INDRA MANI

BINDA ROAD, DHEKAHA, REWA

R-221209

Dr. SHARMA, RAM KRISHNA

MANGAWAN DIST. REWA (M.P.) 48600

Dr. SHARMA, PRAKASH KUMAR

VIDWA MAIDURI, NR. REWA GAS GODAM, BANKUINYA ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, ANIL

B/920, GANDHI NAGAR, UPRAHATI,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, ANJANI KUMAR

VSM MADHOW VIHAR, BEHNID FOREST COLONY, CIVIL LINES, REWA

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, ARUN

C-1, CIVIL LINES, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, GOVARDHAN P.

E-1, MEDICAL COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, RAJENDRA P.

2C/13, AMAHIYA, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, SHAILBALA

NEAR BUDWA PETROL PUMP, GOVINDGARH ROAD,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, SUDHIR KUMAR

M. I. G. – 41, J. P. N. NAGAR,

BEHIND P K SCHOOL, REWA –

R-255662, M-94254 35476

Dr. SIDDIQU, F.A.

JYOTI CLINIC, AMAHIYA, REWA (M.P.)486001

M-9826322311

Dr. SHRIVASTAVA, SUYESH

C/O J.P. SHRIVASTAVA, 30/330,PANDEN TOLA PREM CHAND MARG, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, ANAND

UPAWAN NAGAR, BODA BAG,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, ARUN PRATAP

NR. BLOCK OFFICE, SIRMOUR CHOWK, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, ATUL KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) SINGH, TANUJA

C-l, CIVIL LINES, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. SINGH, HARENDRA PRATAP

E-18, HOSPITAL CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.)486001

Dr. SINGH, KESHAV

BEHIND VINDHYA BHAWAN, NEAR H.P.O. REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, NARENDRA

KALCHURI HOUSE, AZAD NAGAR, UPRAHATI REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, PRABHAKAR

Dr. (Mrs) SINGH, AMITA

MIG/a/ 9/153, INDRA NAGAR, BARA,

REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, SANTOSH K.

SANTOSH MEDICAL CLINIC, DHOBIA TANKI, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, SHILADHWAJ

NEHRU NAGAR, NR. WATER TANK, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, ASHOK PRATAP

OPP. MODEL SCHOOL, SIRMOUR ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, DIWAKAR PRATAP

JANARDAN COLONY, CHIRHULA, REWA (M.P.) 486001 R-225418

M-9827451979

Dr. SINGH, JYOTI

E-20, HOSPITAL CMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, MAN MOHAN

Dr. (Mrs) SINGH, BRIJBALA

F-5, DOCTORS COLONY, HOSP. CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, NARMADA

24/184, DWARIKA NAGAR, REWA (M.P.)486001

Dr. SINGH, RICHA

BODA BOGH ROAD, NORTH CIVIL LINES, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGH, SANTOSH KUMAR

Dr. (Mrs) SINGH, TARUNA

C/0 BENI BHADUR SINGH, NR. SAMAN POLICE CHOWKI, REWA

Dr. SINGH, UDAY BHAN PRASAD

ARJUN NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SINGHAL, RAJESH

2/1/707, NH-7, BARA SAMAH,REWA (M.P.) 486005

Dr. TIWARI, ADITYA KUMAR

NEAR CHAURASIA DHARAM KANTA, URRAHAT REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TIWARI, AWADHESH

OPP. T.V. TOWER, CLINIC LINES, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TIWARI, S.P.

F-32, G.M.H., REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TIWARI, UMASHARAN

F-5, DOCTOR’S COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TRIPATHI, AMIT KUMAR

C/0, DR. K.K. PAROHA, GURH ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TRIPATHI, RAJENDRA MANI

R-3, HOSPITAL CAMPUS, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TRIPATHI, TRIVENI SHANKAR

OPP. P.K. SCHOOL, ALLAHABAD ROAD, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. SONI, BHARAT LAL

C/0 SHRI VIJAY KANT MISHRA, 450/17/ NARENDRA NAGAR, REWA

R-98272 96814, C-240237, 240237

Dr. TIWARI, AKHILESH

HEGDEWA NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TIWARI, RAJ NARAYAN MP

KAMAL COLONY, BANS GHAT, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. TIWARI, SUNIL

MOTHER & CHILD SHOP NO. 22, R.I.T. BUILDING, SIRMOUR CHOWK, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. TIWARI, YOGENDRA SINGH MP

LIG 2/22/452, NEMARY NAGAR, REWA (M.P.)

Dr. TRIPATHI, ANIL MANI

F-l, CIVIL LINES, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TRIPATHI, RAVI

VYANKAT BATAIYAN ROAD, DWARKA NAGAR REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. TRIPATHI, YATNESH

F-31, DOCTORS COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. UNDA, NOOR MAHAMMED

BEHIND BADI DARGAH, AMAHIYA REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. YADAV, MANMOHAN SINGH

MIG-55, HOUSIING BOARD COLONY, NR. M.P.F.C. OFF. BODA BAG, REWA

Dr. VERMA, SHIVNATH PRASAD

F-31, MEDICAL COLLEGE COLONY, REWA (M.P.) 486001

Dr. (Mrs) TIWARI, NELI

MOTHER & CHILD SHOP NO. 22, R.I.T. BUILDING, SIRMOUR CHOWK, REWA (M.P.) 01

Dr. (Mrs.) SONI, RENU

C/0 SHRI VIJAY KANT MISHRA, 450/17/ NARENDRA NAGAR, REWA (M.P.) R-98272 96814, C-240237, 240237

References:

  1. http://rewa.nic.in/imp_contact.htm
  2. http://www.mpdoctors.com/doctors/convert/REWA.htm
  3. http://www.mppolice.gov.in/Dynamic/City_Police_Station.aspx?districtView=Rewa

by Bharat

Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh, India

August 22, 2013 in Cities, Most Popular

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Rewa (रीवा ) at a glance

Rewa City is located in the north-east of Madhya Pradesh state, sharing its boundary with Allahabad (Prayag) , Uttar Pradesh in the north. The name Rewa(pronounced ‘रीवा ‘ ) comes from river Rewa (pronounced ‘REWA’/’रेवा ‘) which is another name for Narmada River originating from Amarkanth City (अमरकंठ ), Madhya Pradesh. Rewa acts as administrative center of Rewa District and Rewa Division and is located on National Highway -7 (NH-7), it is connected with Allahabad through NH-27. Below is some information about Rewa in tabular format:

For Complete official profile, Map , Data and statistics in PDF format click here: District Profile_RewaRewa District Profile PDF

1 Location Madhya Pradesh, India;  Coordinates: 24.53°N 81.3°E
2 Languages Hindi, Bagheli (बघेली)
 3 Area 6,240.06 Sq km
4 Population(census 2011) Total: 23,63,744 (Male: 12,24,918  Female: 11,38,826)
5 Sex Ratio Total: 930 (Rural: 935 ; Urban: 903)
6 Literacy Rate (%) Total: 73.42 (Male:83.67 ; Female: 62.49)
7 % of Households with low standard
of living index
Overall: 76.1 (Rural: 80.5)
8 Occupation Agriculture is major occupation with 70 % population involved
9 Industries Cement Industries, Raw construction materials supply, Agricultural Products
10 Major Crops  rice, millets and wheat
11 STD Code 07662
 12 ZIP/PIN Code 486001 (head post office)
13 Vehicle Registration Series  MP 17

 

The State High Court for Madhya Pradesh was earlier in Rewa City, but now it has been shifted to Jabalpur due to easier accessibility. Rewa is directly connected with New Delhi through train line Vindhyanchal Express. In addition Rewa is also connected to Bhopal,Allahabad, Kanpur, Satna, Katni, Jabalpur, Raipur directly through train line. Check train birth availability here

Road connectivity for Rewa is also pretty good having frequent bus services for Allahabad, Jabalpur, Satna, Katni, Nagur, Bhopal and Indore.

Rewa also has air connectivity with Bhopal, Khajuraho and Indore through a small aircraft operated by Ventura Airlines. The air strip is located in Chorahata, about 6 KM out of the city.

The only Army School (सैनिक स्कूल ) in Madhya Pradesh is located in Rewa City.



History of Rewa City

Prior to being part of Indian constitutive state Madhya Pradesh, Rewa served as the capital of princely state Vindhya Pradesh. The district with present boundary came into existence in 1950 after the promulgation of the Provinces and states (Transfer of ENCLAVES) order 1950. Prior to August 1947 the district along with the Raghurajnagar tahsil of the erstwhile Rewa state corresponded to the north Rewa district of that state . The territories now included in the district were held by the imperial Maurya dynasty which ruled in the 3rd century B.C. In the advent of the Kalchurls from the 9th to the end of 12th century. The Baghela king driven eastwards by Ulugh Khan , brother of the emperor Alauddin in the 13th century appeared in this Baghela kings till the abdication of the Crown by the last successor of the dynasty, Martand Singh.after the country became independent, the Rewa ruler accede to the Union of India. The present Rewa district came into existence in 1950 .  Read the rest of this entry →