Khandwa is a city and a nagar nigam in the Nimar locale of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is the managerial home office of Khandwa District, previously known as East Nimar District. Khandwa is an antiquated city, with numerous spots of love, in the same way as other different urban areas in India. Most sanctuaries are Hindu or Jain. Amid the twelfth century CE, it was a focal point of Jainism. Amid British lead, it supplanted adjacent Burhanpur now a different locale as the primary business focal point of the west Nimaad district.
Khandwa is a noteworthy railroad intersection; the Malwa line interfacing Indore with the Deccan meets the primary east– west line from Mumbai to Kolkata. Khandwa is well known for its nearby products of cotton, wheat Khandwa2, soybean, and an assortment of occasional leafy foods. Its wheat assortment Khandwa 2 is well known across the nation for its fragrance, shading and quality. Unbelievable performing artist/artist Kishore Kumar was born in Khandwa.
Earlier Khandwa was the main city in Central India which develops cannabis ganja. A hydro control venture called Indira Sagar Pariyojna is found near Khandwa. Nepa paper plants, Mansingka oil factories, and Nimar materials are a couple of understood names in industry situated in the city. The name of the city is gotten from "Khandav Van", which actually implies Khandav Forests.