Situated in the Mandsaur district, this place gets its name from King Bhaman. It is 127 km from Mandsaur, and has a museam depicting the popular arts of Mandsaur. Illustrated oil paintings are also to be found around Bhanpura. At the museam, art from the Gupta era to the time of the Pratihars and Parmars is depicted, and well- sculpted portraits of Uma- Maheshwar, Kartikaey, Vishnu, Gavoi and Nandi are displayed.
36 kms from Indore on the National Highway No. 3, Dewas is famous for its hill- top temple of Devi Chamunda.
66 kms from Ujjain. Ancient archaeological site.
60 kms from Ujjain. An industrial town with ancient temples.
Sailana, 21 kms from Ratlam is famous for its cactus garden with over 1200 species of cactus (only 50 are Indian); perhaps the biggest collection in Asia. It is also famous for its culinary tradition.
39 kms from Ujjain. Famous for Jain temples.
84 kms from Ratlam, Mandsaur is famous for the Ashtamukhi Pashupatinath Temple situated on the river Sivana. The width of the temple varies from 2 to 33 metres and its height from 3 to 55 metres.
The River Chambal has been dammed at Gandhi Sagar, situated 91 kms from Neemuch, at the border of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The water spread is extremely scenic and picturesque.
The Commercial Capital of Madhya Pradesh.