Shajapur is named for the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, who halted there in 1640; it was previously known as Kankdikheda. The original name was Shahjahanpur, which was later shortened to Shajapur. In the 18th century the town became part of the dominion of the Maratha leader Sindhia, founder of the state of Gwalior, and was the headquarters of a district of Gwalior state until Indian independence in 1947. After Independence, Shajapur and its district became part of Madhya Bharat state, which was merged into Madhya Pradesh on November 1, 1956. All tour and Travel needs for India by Indian travel agent.
There is an old fort near the bank of chiler river which was previously called chandra lekha reiver, build by the mughal emperor. There was district court in side the fort.Now central school of shajapur is conducted here. one tell is famous in the shajapur ^^girvar ke are na girver ke pare , bich patoli may ,solah hajar raniyo ka ratne jadit sringar will be founded by widow%s cowboy son.^^ Special Holidays with very attractive and discounted packages and hotel bookings.
one more famous thing about shajapur that shajapur was the part of gwalior state in scindhiyaS emperorship. one day baj bahadur ,the famous ranirupmati's lover came to shajapur he didnot get the tiger anywhere . but pt. rawal the famous jyitish of shajapur told him that he will get the tiger in shajapur and at last he found it here.
Shajapur is a town in Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh state in west-central India. It is the administrative headquarters of Shajapur District. It is a is a city and a municipality.
Places of interest in the city include the Raj-Rajeshwari Temple estimated to have been built between 1007-1009 by Raja Bhoj is one of the 52 Shakti Peeds and Cheelar Dams.Indian Travel agent provides hotel bookings, hotel booking in India.
Karedi mata temple:- Build by Karan one of the kouravs around 5000–7000 years before. It is one of the most bueatiful places in Shajapur. There existed one type of civilisation which have not been researched till now. Many idols of Hindu god have been taken out from earth.