Muhammadgarh was a former state in Central India, under the Bhopal Agency. It was situated in the Malwa plateau. It had an area of 29 square miles (75 km2), and a population of 2,944 (as of 1901). Its headquarters were at Muhammadgarh town.
The state was originally included in Basoda and Korwai. In 1853, Ahsanullah Khan, the Nawab of Basoda divided his state between two sons, Bakaulla and Muhammad Khan, the latter founding the town and state of Muhammadgarh.
- Imperial Gazetteer of India, Central India, vol. 12. 1908. pp. 282–283.
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