Mandsaur or Mandsour is a city in the Malwa region and district of Madhya Pradesh state of central India. It is the managerial central command of Mandsaur District. The antiquated Pashupatinath Temple is situated in Mandsaur. Likewise Banjari Balaji Temple, Nalchhamata are situated in mandsaur. Bhavnesh Mahadev mandir is recently built up, a hindu sanctuary at labdadi close Udpura.
The name Mandsaur developed from Marhsaur, which started from Marh and Saur or Dasaur, two of the towns which converged in the town. The town was known as Dashapura in old occasions. The city comprises of ten 'puras', which gave it the name Dashpura. It is likewise trusted that this place was at one time the maternal habitation of Mandodari, the spouse of Ravana. In old city regions, individuals venerate the icon of Ravana and abstain from taking an interest in the 'Ravana Dahan' consuming the icon of Ravana as an image of triumph of good over malevolence custom on Vijayadashami Dashahara as they respect Ravana their child in-law.
A 35-feet ten headed sitting icon of Ravana can be found in the Khanpura zone of the city. Mandsaur had a populace of 116,483. Guys establish 52% of the populace and females 48%. Mandsaur has a normal proficiency rate of 71%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 78%, and female education is 64%. In Mandsaur, 13% of the populace is under 6 years old.