Get Geography of Indore

Indore is located in the western region of Madhya Pradesh, and is close to the centre of India. Indore has an average elevation of 1 metre. It is located on an elevated plain, with the Yadri range to the south. Indore's maximum width is increasing to Dewas on one side to Mhow on other side which is makes total distance of 65 km Indore is the largest city of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It serves the headquarters of both Indore District and Indore Division. A central power city, Indore exerts a significant impact upon commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment and has been described as the commercial capital of the state. The exact geographical Indore Location is at 22°43' north latitude and 75°49'60'' east longitude. Indore is located at an elevation of 1791 feet or 545 meters above sea level. Indore is the largest city in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. Situated in the western fringes of the state of Madhya Pradesh, Indore location is in the propinquity of the center of the Indian subcontinent. Indore has an area of 214 sq kilometer. Some of the cities and towns that are situated close to Indore are Akolia, Baloda, Hatod, Manglia, Kanaria, Harsola, Simrol and Mhow. Indore terrains are enveloped in black cotton soil, archetypal of the Central Indian soil. The Chambal, Kshipra and their tributaries the Gambhir and Khan flow along the surrounding regions. Indore city is the administrative headquarter of its namesake district. The city is a part of the fertile Narmada valley.

The city of Indore covers an area of 214 square kilometers and is situated at 75 o 48' East longitude and 22o 48' North latitude. The city is balanced at an average height of 553 meters above the sea level. Indore is the largest city of the state of Madhya Pradesh, located in the western region on the southern edge of the Malwa plateau which makes it central to the Indian subcontinent. To the west, Indore borders the administrative district called Dhar with cities such as Betma and Pithampur; to the northwest with Depalpur and Hatod; to the north with Ujjain with Sawer;  to the northeast the Dewas with Manglaya Sadak; to the southeast the city of Kampel and Simrol; to the south Khandwa with Mhow, Choral and Manpur. The city lies on the Saraswati and Khan rivers, which are channels of the Shipra River.  It is located on an elevated plain, with the Vindhyachal range to the south.