Jhabua is a town and a region in Jhabua locale in the Indian territory of Madhya Pradesh. It is the authoritative base camp of Jhabua District. Starting at 2001 India enumeration, Jhabua had a populace of 30,577. Guys establish 52% of the populace and females 48%. According to 2011 enumeration, Jhabua has a normal education rate of 44%. Male education is at 54% and female proficiency is 34%. In Jhabua, 20% of the populace is under 6 years old. Jhabua city is acclaimed for its dark cotton soil regularly known as "White Gold". There are many fascinating spots in Jhabua Thasil.
After India's freedom in 1947, its rulers agreed to India, and Jhabua turned into a piece of the recently made Madhya Bharat state, which in 1956 was converged into Madhya Pradesh. Bhabhara which was once part of the Jhabua region, is where Chandrasekhar Azad, the flexibility warrior consumed his initial time on earth when his dad Pandit Sitaram Tiwari was serving in the recent bequest of Alirajpur. Be that as it may, when Alirajpur locale which was at one time the piece of Jhabua region got isolated from Jhabua, Bhabhra turned into the piece of Alirajpur area. Jhabua is situated at the base right half of MP, primarily towards Gujarat.