Ajaigarh
Ajaigarh
Ajaigarh (Indien)
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Staat: Indien
Bundesstaat: Madhya Pradesh
Distrikt: Panna
Lage: 24° 54′ N, 80° 16′ O24.980.27Koordinaten: 24° 54′ N, 80° 16′ O
Einwohner: 13.979 (2001[1])

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Ajaigarh (Hindi: अजयगढ़, Ajaygaṛh) ist ein Ort mit etwa 14.000 Einwohnern im Norden des indischen Bundesstaats Madhya Pradesh. Er liegt in dessen Verwaltungsdistrikt Panna.

Ajaigarh war Hauptstadt des früheren Fürstenstaates Ajaigarh.

Einzelnachweise

  1. Census of India 2001: Population, population in the age group 0-6 and literates by sex - Cities/Towns (in alphabetic order)

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