Chichli is a small town in Narsimhapur in Madhya Pradesh. Geographically it cordinates at 22.83°North and 78.82°East and has an average elevation of 349 metres (1,145 feet). Located at about 200 km from Bhopal, the region the watered by Sakkar and Seeta reva rivers which makes the region fertile. The larger Narmada River is 26 km away. The region participated in the independence movement. In 1932 during mass protest of Satyagrah, Gauradevi and Mansharam sacrificed their lives in police firing.
The town is popular for creating brass pots. Since a variety of metal pots are created here, the town is also famous as the “Brass Township”. According to the census of 2001, the population of Chichli was 9250. The avg. literacy rate of Chichli is 66 percent. Hindi is the official language of Chichli.
Tourism in Chichli
Chota Jabalpur, Rani Dahar, Damru Ghati Gadarwara, Chougan Kila are some of the notable places of interest in Chichli. Chota Jabalpur is a picturesque location which is located at a distance of 10 kilometers from Chichli. It takes almost 2 hours to reach this beautiful place from Chichli. Similarly Rani Dahar abounds with scenic beauty and is just 10 kms away from the town. Damru Ghati Gadarwara pious temple lies at a distance of 15 kilometers from Chichli and takes almost 2-2.5 hours to reach there. There are few hotels and restaurants where you can halt to enjoy traditional dishes of the region.
Transport in ChichliAuto rickshaws, local buses, vans serve as road transport and are known as Nagar Seva. Lately a variety of cab services have also begun in the town.The nearest rail head to Chichli is Gadarwara Rlwy Stn which is at a distance of 9 kilometers from the town.
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