The district is divided into 5 sub-divisions, which are further divided into 8 tehsils. Barwaha sub-division has only one tehsil, Barwaha with the town bigger than Barwaha name Sanawad. Bhikangaon sub-division has two tehsils, Bhikangaon and Jhiranya. Kasrawad sub-division has only Kasrawad tehsil while Khargone sub-division has three tehsils, Khargone, Bhagwanpura and Segaon. Mandaleshwar sub-division has one tehsil, Maheshwar. Khargone town is the administrative headquarters of the district. Other towns are Maheshwar, Kasrawad, Segaon, Bhagwanpura, Jhiranya, Bhikangaon and Barwah. Maheshwar is a place of tourist attraction as the former capital of the Haihayas and the Holkars of Indore.
The district consists 6 Vidhan Sabha constituencies. These constituencies are: Bhikangaon, Badwah, Maheshwar, Kasrawad, Khargone and Bhagwanpura. While, Bhikangaon and Badwah are part of Khnadwa Lok Sabha constituency, the rest are part of Khargone Lok Sabha constituency.
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