Ratlam is an authentic goal, initially called Ratnapuri, in the Malwa district of Madhya Pradesh. The New Town of Ratlam was established by Captain Borthwick in 1829 with general and expanded bouleds and well assembled houses. Ratlam was once one of the principal business making Towns in Central India being the focal point of a broad exchange opium, tobacco and salt.
The city is well known for its chronicled and ancient religious landmarks and as of now for creation of Chemicals, Copper wires, Perfumes and ceramics and material. Ratlam is perceived for Gold, Ratlami Sev and the Ratlami Sari. The Railway Station of Ratlam is a noteworthy intersection of the Indian Railways. There are four most critical railroad tracks going through Ratlam City, prompting Mumbai, Delhi, Ajmer and Khandwa.
Ratlam station is one of the busiest railroad stations in India. Ratlam has a few wonderful sanctuaries, for example, Kalka Mata close Collectorate. Desert flora Garden situated at around 20 Km. at Sailana. Nageshwar Temple. The Hussain Tekri at "Jaora" is likewise the notable place. There are around 5 lodgings in and around the place charging according to their nature of the administrations gave.