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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 771 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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KHANDWA, a town of British India, in the Nimar district of the Central Provinces, of which it is the headquarters, 353 M. N.E. of Bombay by rail. Pop. (1901), 19,401. Khandwa is an ancient town, with Jain and other temples. As a centre of KHARGA 771 trade, it has superseded the old capital of Burhanpur. It is an important railway junction, where the Malwa line from Indore meets the main line of the Great Indian Peninsula. There are factories for ginning and pressing cotton, and raw cotton is exported.
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