Chhindwara is city in India and a Municipal Corporation in Chhindwara district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is known as the "Corn City" of India. is the administrative headquarters of Chhindwara District. Chhindwara is reachable by rail or road from adjacent cities Nagpur and Jabalpur. The nearest airport is in Nagpur (130 km); a small airport (air-strip) is available at Chhindwara for landing charter aeroplanes/helicopters. The population of the district is 2,090,306; most of them are tribals with a growth rate of 13%, a sex ratio of .966 male/female. The literacy rate is 81.46%. The town itself has population of 260,575, with 89% literacy rate.
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