Wherever you drive across Madhya Pradesh, vast fields of wheat, maize, and soya stretch as far as
Wherever you drive across Madhya Pradesh, vast fields of wheat, maize, and soya stretch as far asthe eye can see. Irrigated by the Narmada and Tapti rivers, Malwa’s fertile black cotton soil is integral to its prosperity. Raghavendra Singh’s ancestral property Fort Amla is a good place to learn about agri-tourism. Malwa is the largest pea-growing area in India, one of the largest onion growing regions besides Nashik, and the largest producer of oil-grade soyabean, competing with Argentina and Mexico. The garlic grown here is tinier than the large Chinese variant that floods our markets, but the smaller clove of Indian garlic is more pungent and is even imported by China for medicinal use. Take a guided village tour, and walk through fields to experience one day in the life of the heritage village Amla.
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