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Official Website : http://burhanpur.mp.gov.in

Headquarters : Burhanpur
State : Madhya Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 3427
Rural : 3345.82
Urban : 81.18

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 757847
Rural : 497560
Urban : 260287
Male : 388504
Female : 369343
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 951
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 221

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
1 District & Sessions Judge 256800 253100
2 COLLECTOR & DM 241000 242000
3 SP 242100 242101
4 CEO, Zila Panchayat 242176 -
5 District Forest Offiser, 251280 255262
6 PO, DUDA 243881 -
7 Treasury Officer 255260 -
8 DR, CS - -
9 Commissionar, Municipality 255270 255684
10 GM. DIC 253191 252322
11 District Education Officer 254262
12 EE. MPSEB (C) 252777 257585
13 EE. MPSEB (R) 255246 -
14 DD (P) 242158 -
15 Labour officer 241759 -
16 DD, Agriculture 241753 -
17 Sec., APMC 254681 255474
18 DPC, RGM- 253477 -
19 ACTW 243195 -
20 CMHO 251892 -
21 EE, RES 254909 -
22 EE, PWD 255245 242213
23 EE, PHE 241085 -
24 EE, WRD 241323 -
25 DD, Vet nary 400275 -
26 Distt. ex. officer 241149 -
27 Sell Tex officer 255562 251372
28 DWCDO 241495
29 Asst fisher officer - -
30 A.D. Horticulture 241985 254194
31 Insp. Legal Metrology - -
32 Food Officer 242042 -
33 Asst. Soil Conser. officer - -
34 CEO, Z.P., Burhanpur 252320 -
35 CEO, Z.P., Khaknar 276327 -
36 CMO, Nepanagar 222108 -
37 CMO, Shahpur 268152 -
38 OS, Collectorate Burhanpur 242042 -
39 ADM Burhanpur 242102 -
40 SDM Burhanpur 254321 -
41 SDM Nepanagar 223397 -
42 OS LandRecords 255273 -
43 DIO, National Informatics Center 251008 -
44 Project Director, ATMA - -
45 District employment officer 241447 -
46 DR Co- Operative Sociaties 257722
47 CEO, Jila sahkari kendriy Bank Khandwa 2222733 2223863
48 District Pension Officer -
49 Commandant, Home Guard 258803 -
50 District Public Prosecution Officer 257406 -
51 Assistant Director, Hathkargha 252322 -
52 District Coordinator, Jan Abhiyan Parishad 241512 -
53 LDM (Lead District Manager ) 254785 -
54 District Ayush Officer 241066 -
55 Mining Officer 242042 -
56 Manager, Dairy Federation 241996 -
57 District Marketing Officer 2243155 -
58 District Statistical Officer 241508 -
59 Civil Surgeon, Govt Hospital Burhanpur 254966 -
60 General Manager, PMGSY 251751 -
61 Manager, Civil Supplies Corporation 258011 -
62 District Sports Officer - -
63 Principal, Jija Mata Govt Polytechnic College, Burhanpur 241126 241973
64 Regional Transport Officer, Khandwa 2248684 -
65 CEO, Antyavsayi 241611 -
66 District Women Empowerment Officer 241495 -

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/458/download?token=WjsdSiQb

Brief About Burhanpur District
Burhanpur District is a famous for medieval History. Burhanpur town was used by Moghuls to control south India. It is situated at the Bank of Tapti River. Asirgarh fort was known as "Dakhkhan ka darwaza" . without wining this fort it was impossible to have control on southern india. Maharastra Border touches the District. Nepa news Print mill is situated in this District

In 1536 A.D., the Mughal Emperor Humayun, after his conquest of Gujarat, had visited Burhanpur and Asirgarh via Baroda, Broach (Bharuch) & Surat. Raja Ali Khan (1576-1596 A.D.), also known as Adil Shah, was asked to submit to Akbar, when the latter had sent an expedition to Khandesh, in the summer of 1577 A.D. The former, to avoid the unequal contest with the mighty Akbar, dropped his royal title of Shah and accepted the Suzerainty of Akbar. This marked an epoch in the Deccan policy of the Mughals, for Khandesh was used as a base for the future Conquest of Deccan. Raja Ali Khan constructed many buildings like Jama Masjid in the upper portion of the fort of Asir in 1588 A.D., Jama Masjid at Burhanpur in 1590 A.D., Idgah at Asir, mausoleums & Serai at Burhanpur and Serai & Mosque at Zainabad

Bahadur Khan (1596-1600 A.D.) successor of Raja Ali Khan declared his independence & refused to pay homage to Akbar & his son Prince Daniyal, which enraged Akbar, who marched towards Burhanpur in 1599 and occupied the City without any opposition on 8th April 1600 A.D. Akbar paid a visit to Asirgarh, so as to inspect it personally, where he stayed for 4 days before returning to his Head Quarter at Burhanpur.

ShahJahan's Operation
Prince Khurram was nominated as the Governor of the Deccan in 1617 AD, by Jahangir to succeed Prince Parviz, and was bestowed the title of Shah by Jahangir. Khurram led the Mughal army to a peaceful victory by which Jahangir was pleased with his success & conferred him the title of Shah Jahan on 12th October, 1617 AD. After the death of Jahangir in 1627, Shah Jahan ascended the throne of Mughal empire. Due to troubled conditions in the Deccan, he reached Burhanpur (Deccan) on the 1st March 1630, where he stayed for the following two years, conducting operations against Bijapur, Ahmadnagar, and Golkunda. On 7th June 1631, Shah Jahan lost his beloved & favourite wife Mumtaz Mahall at Burhanpur, and her body was buried at first in the Garden of Zainabad, across the river Tapti. Early in December of the same year (1631 AD), the remains of her body were sent to Agra. Later on 6th March 1632, Shah Jahan left Burhanpur for the north, after appointing Mahabat Khan as the viceroy of the Deccan.

Modern History
From the mid 16th Century to the early 18th century, the Nimar region (including Burhanpur, East Nimar,West Nimar Barwani District), was under the rule/impact of Aurangzeb, Bahadur Shah (Mughals), Peshwas, Sindhia, Holkar & Pawar (Marathas ), Pindaris etc. Later from early part of the mid 18th century, the management of the Nimar region came under the British.

The Burhanpur district did not remain unaffected by the Great Uprising of 1857, which swept the country, against the British rule. In connection with the so called Riots of 1857, Tatya Tope had gone through the region of Nimar and before marching out of the region, burnt the police stations and Govt. buildings at Khandwa, Piplod and a number of other places and escaped again to central India by way of Khargone.

The Burhanpur district was greatly affected with the beginning of freedom movement, Non-Co-operation movement, Civil Disobedience movement, Quit India Movement etc., to obtain the Independence of the Motherland India, from late 18th century till 15th August 1947. During this time Near by District Khandwa was visited by Swami Dayanad Saraswati of Arya Samaj fame, Swami Vivekanand,the great monk & founder of Ramkrishna Mission, Mahatma Gandhiji in 1921, Lokmanya Tilak etc.

Young Nationalists of the Nimar Region, like Haridas Chatterjee, Makhanlal Chaturvedi, Thakur Laxman Singh, Abdul Quadir Siddique has attended the Calcutta Session of Congress in 1917. Tilak has visited Khandwa during his whirl-wind tour to central province in 1918. The district did not fail to make its contribution in non-co-operative movement. Civil Disobedience Movement of 1930 has also been participated by many people of the district. Editor of swarajya S.M.Agarkar was also arrested and imprisoned. Nav Jawan Sabha was established at Khandwa in 1931. Students had also participated in this movement.

The District was created from East Nimar District and declared as separate district on 15th August 2003.Burhanpur town became the District HQ.

Collector ( Office Suptd.),Burhanpur
07325 242012 242000

Khaknar Tehsil is formed from Burhanpur Tehsil after 2001 census. Hence the data of two tehsils are merged in the data of Burhanpur Tehsil in above table.

District Burhanpur is located in Tapti valley . It touches the northern border of the Maharashtra State. it is divided in 2 development blocks namely Burhanpur and Khaknar. It is consisting of 3 tehsils namely Nepanagar, Burhanpur & Khaknar. From Agriculture point of view district is very good. The major crops of the district are : Cotton, Banana, Sugarcane, wheat, chilly etc. Major occupation of district is agriculture. Handloom industry is also live in Burhanpur town.