Ratlam is a historical destination, originally called Ratnapuri, in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. The place is bounded in the west by Chittaurgarh district in Rajasthan state. Ratlam district was shaped in the year of 1948 just after India's independence. The city is popular for its historical and ancient religious monuments. A part of its historical background tells us that this place was famous for the production and trade of opium and tobacco. The place is now very famous for production of Chemicals, Copper wires, Perfumes & pottery and textile. You can get all this information from Ratlam travel guide.
Ratlam literally translates to ‘City of Precious Jewels’. Ratlam is very well known for Gold, Ratlami Sev and the Ratlami Sari. The railway station of Ratlam is a major junction of the Indian Railways. There are four major railway tracks passing through Ratlam City, leading to Mumbai, Delhi, Ajmer and Khandwa. Ratlam station is believed to be one of the busiest railway stations in India.