Situated on the banks of Kunda River, Khargone is the 24th biggest city in Madhya Pradesh. The town is a home to principal administrative offices including the police, Collectorate, telecom and other government organisations. This city is full of vibrant people and cultures. Cotton and Chilly Pepper production bring tonnes of fame to Khargone. Apart from cotton and chillies, the place is famous for Navgraha Mandir, a temple which is devoted to the nav grahas or the nine planets, Ahilya Fort, Rinmukteshwar Mahadev Temple, Sahastra Dhara, and last but not the least Pandrinath temple. In the ancient times, the city served as the capital for Malwas during the Maratha Holkar reign.
Visiting Khargone during the festive season will make you enjoy its beauty to the fullest. The flamboyancy of Shree Navgrah Mela (January-February), Nimar Utsav (November), Shiv Dola (August), and Gangaur (March-April) will add seven stars to your trip to Khargone. These festivals paint a beautiful picture of the culture that the locals possess. Hence travelling to the monuments and cotton fields gets more interesting when festive vibes are all over the city.