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It is a town in Madhya Pradesh state, India. It is the administrative seat of Burhanpur District. It is situated on the north bank of the Tapti River 310 miles (499 km) northeast of Mumbai.
Burhanpur was founded in 1407 by Naseeruddin Farooqi, a Muslim prince of the Faruqi dynasty of Khandesh.
He named the city after his religious leader, Hazrat Shah Btirhanuddin Gharib Khuladabadi. Members of the Faruqi dynasty ruled the city until 1601, when the Faruqi kingdom was annexed to the Mughal Empire by Akbar. Burhanpur was the chief seat of the government of the Deccan provinces of the Mughal Empire until Shah Jahan removed the capital to Aurangabad in 1635.
Bairat: Bairat is a town in northern Jaipur district of Rajasthan, state; India located 52 km north of Jaipur, and 66 km west of Alwar. The ancient name of the town was Viratnagar, and its history goes back to the time of the Mahabharata. Viratnagar was the capital of the ancient Indian kingdom (Mahajanapada) of Machcha or Matsya. The kingdom came under the control of the neighboring Chedi Kingdom in the 5th century, and was later part of the Mauryan Empire.
The ruins of the Bijak-ki-pahadi, a Buddhist Chaitya (chapel) from the 3rd century BCE, is the oldest free standing Buddhist structure in India. The town also has the ruins of a Buddhist monastery, a wood and timber shrine, and rock-cut edict from Emperor Ashoka that date from the Mauryan period. In 634 Xuanzang had visited the Bairat and Mathura towns.
He went east to Jalandhar in eastern Punjab, before climbing up to visit predominantly Theravada monasteries in the Kulu valley and turning southward again to Bairat and then Mathura, on the Yamuna river. The town has a number of Mughal structures, including a Chhatri (cenotaph) with some of the earliest surviving murals in Rajasthan, and a lodge where the Mughal emperor Akbar hunted and stayed overnight on his yearly pilgrimage to Ajmer.
Bhadrawati: Bhadrawati is a small town situated in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra.
The place of interests at Bhadrawati, are Vajrasan Cave and Jain temple. The remains of Vijayanagar Empire have been visible here. It is close to Hampi in Karnataka.