|Altitude:||556 m (1,824 ft)|
|Present Day Details|
There was an Indian Boys Depot in Mhow which trained Boy Trumpeters, including Anglo Indian boys, c 1936. The top graduate was rewarded by being placed in the Royal Horse Artillery.  It is not known whether this was a Royal Artillery Boys Depot
Modern name: Dr Ambedkar Nagar
Variants: Mhow, Mohow
- Sacred Heart Church
- St Anne's Church
- St Anthony's Church built in 1892 
- "Mhow" Wikipedia
- Army Regiments in Mhow (1840-1948) Dev Kumar Vasudevan's blog
- Article "Chronicle of Christ Church" by Deepa Vanjani , originally in Indore Plus, The Times of India 24 April 2011. The church was built in 1823 for the troops in the cantonment. From Blogposts from Mhow (MP)
- Drawing: The Station Church, Mhow Scroll down and click to enlarge. Originally from the Illustrated London News 28 November 1863, page 544 This publication may be accessed online with some library cards (see Miscellaneous tips) where it is image 12 of the publication of that date. There is also an article about Mhow on page 550.
- A group of photographs taken around 1872 when the 49th Regiment of Foot was in Mhow. The Wardrobe website.
- A sepia photo of St Anne's Church at Mhow, c 1872 This is believed to be the Church of Scotland, or Scottish Church
- A sepia photo of the ???? and R A Hospital at Mhow, India (taken from the Mall) in 1872
- A sepia photo of the No 4 or New European Infantry Barracks at Mhow, in 1872
- A sepia photo of the European Cavalry School at Mhow c 1872
- A sepia photo of the Battalion formed up at Mhow in 1872
- A sepia photo of the Officers at Mhow in 1872
- Photograph: Mohow Barracks (North) c 1928 flickr.com
- "Mhow to Mt. Abu in 1943" by Ken Staynor irfca.org. Describes Mhow in 1943. The author was then a schoolboy. It was the location of the chief Royal Corps of Signals Training Centre.
- Photograph: Signals Training Centre, Mhow. Boys' Company. Winners of the Six-A-Side Football 1946 Brian Harrington Spier’s photstream on flickr.com
- Pages 122-123, Pick up your Parrots and Monkeys: The Life of a Boy Soldier in India by William Pennington 2003
- St Anthony's Churchbloggerdevkumar