LEARNING BY KNOWLEDGE
This job involves the study of social and cultural backdrop of Maheshwar Situated in a town in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh through this job we are likely to reflect upon the experience which we had gained by doing a field work in the town Maheshwar and inculcating the good factors which we certainly have learned to ensure that we could cater to the need of the society which demands the managers with sociological perspective, change brokers and societal leaders.
OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE
Maheshwar is a town in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh state, in central India. It is located 91 km from Indore, the commercial capital from the state. This town lies for the north bank of the Narmada River. Maheshwar is for the bank of mighty Narmada River and is also famous for its Maheshwar temple and Fort. The ft was developed by famous queen Ahilayabai Holkar. The beauty of Narmada River and the fort is worth seeing. Maheshwar is a centre of handloom weaving. Maheshwar is also known for its carefully woven Maheshwari Sarees. Maheshwari sarees had been introduced two hundred fifty years ago by Rani Ahilyabai, the ruler of princely Indore State from 1765 to 1795. She brought in weavers from Surat in Gujarat and Mandu and established them for Maheshwar, to weavespecial nine-yard saris for your new chance not to be alone of noble household, and turban fabric. Rani Ahilyabai moved her capital to Maheshwar, creating the splendid 18th century Maratha-architecture based, Ahilya Fort, on the banks of the sacred Narmada River. Besides her capital being an professional enterprise to get textile, it was also a growing destination for fictional, sculpture, music and artistry.
Fort Created by Mata Ahilyabai Holkar
Ahilya Fort is a spectacular structure that may be around two hundred fifity years old. Missing the Narmada River, it truly is perched-up high on a slope and thus offers an amazing view of the ghats below. The fort contains ancient- style courtyards, verandahs and stone walkways. It was once the house of Ahilya Bai Holkar, one of the most famous women rulers of India during the eighteenth century
Handloom in Maheshwar
Handloom weaving cloth in Maheshwar has an old history going out with back much more than 1500 years. The current tradition owes it is resurgence to Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar, who also ruled your Indore by 1765 to 1795, and it was under her patronage that the weavers prospered.
Baneshwar Mahadev Forehead
On an isle in the middle of the river stands the Baneshwar Mahadev Serenidad. It is believed that a heavenly line (an axis of sorts) through the North Legend passes through this temple to the globe's centre