Madhya Pradesh High Court
The Madhya Pradesh High Court is the High Court of the state of Madhya Pradesh which is located in Jabalpur. It was established as the Nagpur High Court on 2 January 1936 by Letters Patent dated 2 January 1936, issued under Section 108 the Government of India Act, 1935. Founded: 2 January 1936 Location: Principal Seat: Jabalpur, M.P. Circuit Benches: Indore and Gwalior
|HON'BLE SHRI JUSTICE
RAVI VIJAYKUMAR MALIMATH
|Hon'ble Portfolio Judge||HON'BLE SHRI JUSTICE VIRENDER SINGH|
|Principal District and
SHRI ALOK AWASTHI
"Hoshangabad is now Narmadapuram after Centre approves MP government's name-change proposal on 5 February 2022". Narmadapuram is a beautiful city in the Indian States of Madhya Pradesh. This city lies in the Central Narmada Valley in the Northern Fringes of the Satpura Platteau. Northern boundary of the District Narmadapuram is river Narmada. Across this the Distt. of Raisen and Sehore lies. The Distt. of Betul lies in the South, whereas the Harda Distt. faces with the West and South Western boundaries and Narsinghpur and Chindhwara Distt. close to the North Eastern and South Eastern sides of the District respectively. Narmadapuram City is a Distt. Headquarters of Narmadapuram District.
Hoshangabad derived it's name from Sultan Hushang Shah Ghori; the second king to Malwa of the Ghori line who conquered it. Narmadapur was its erstwhile name. Its name appears first in the historical records during region of Sultan Hushang Shah Ghori in 1405 AD. From 1835-1842 the Distt. of Hoshangabad, Betul and Narsinghpur were kept amalgamated into one with headquarters at Hoshangabad. On 9 August, 1961 Betul, on 14 November, 1969 Narsinghpur and on 01 May, 2005 Harda was separated from Distt. Hoshangabad and formed Districts. (Source) Gazzette Unit Directorate of State Language and Culture MP Government Bhopal.