Isagarh also known as Issagarh, is a town in Ashoknagar District of Madhya Pradesh.
Isagarh was one of the districts of Madhya Pradesh in 1947 - 48. Later it was merging and and became part of Ashok Nagar . Mataji Mandir of Kadavay is very famous and it is located at 16km from Isagarh. Before Indian independence in 1947, Isagarh was part of princely part of Gwalior. After Indian independence Gwalior state became part of the new indian state of Madhya Bharat.
The town has great potential of tourism and heritage due to existance of place like Shri Anandpur Trust, Kadwaya Temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Sindh Sagar Lake, Kali Mata Mandir.
District Ashok Nagar
Area 1712 Sq.km
Isagarh is comprised of 15 wards. The spatial distribution of population has been examined based on ward population in Isagarh Nagar Parishad. The average ward population is 966. It is varying from 429 in Lokmanya Tilak Ward to 3240 in Subhash Chandra Bose Ward.
Ashok Nagar is located on the northern - eastern part of Malwa platue Sindh and Betwa. Ashok Nagar is divided into four blocks and has population as per 2011 census of 844,979 covering 3 assembly constituencies spread over area of 4673.94 Sq. km. The district includes 4 tehsils, 4 towns and 900 villages.