UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Hindu and Jain temples are famous for their Nagara-style architectural symbolism and their erotic sculptures.
The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is one of the highest known in India along with the wide range of biodiversity found here.
The forests of Panna National Park along with Ken Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary are home to the Tiger (making its come back here) along with Chital, Chinkara, Nilgai, Sambhar, Sloth Bear and diverse birdlife.
A view from a Cable car while ascending, the temple is highly revered as a Shakti-peeth since legend has it Maa Parvati's necklace fell here.
Currently under restoration, the palace is an exploratory adventure into the past.
Baba's home has also been converted into an intimate museum with his possessions in the exact places as they were when he was alive.
An hour from Maihar is the abandoned Rewa Palace, other treasures can be explored at places around like Manora, Govindgarh and Rampur plateau.
Ruins of a lonely and semi~plundered ancient temple at Madhai village, just outside of Maihar.
Madhai lake, village and temple make a serene half~day excursion.
Village scapes, walks and interactive tours.
Offerings and carved idols on a temple's exterior wall.
Be surprised by a visit to the mines at Maihar where the unique landscape creates outlandish vistas. Alternatively you could find a trip to the brick~making cottage industry interesting.
A traditional Hada or Brass Pot is made after an ardous process of melting and merging old antique Copper ware and Zinc. The Hada is traditionally given to a newly wed bride to take with her to her new home.