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Pachmarhi - A Beautiful Hill Station of Madhya Pradesh



Pachmarhi is the known hill station of State Madhya Pradesh, India. This beautiful spot is also identified as Pachmarhi Cantonment. In common, the place is recognized as Queen of Satpura (Satpura ki Rani). The good height of 1100 meters of the hill and deep valley of Satpura are special things to watch at this natural beauty place.


The King Bhawut Singh of Dond kingdom ruled this place for many years. However, British government undertaken this tribal dynasty in 1857. Captain James Forsyth introduced this place to the world and merged this spot to British Rule. This central state hill station became the infirmary for British company in the Central India. The average population of this Indian tourist place was 3,020 in 1901, though it increased to almost double in summer months in the same year.


This verdant gem of Madhya Pradesh is the lovely hill area covered by Satpura ranges. Tourist can find some unseen plants and trees in the forest of Pachmarhi. Experts call this place as archaeological wealthy house and the caves in Mahadeo hills as richest rock paintings of the world. Most of the paintings are older than 10,000 years.


People love nature and looking for mental peace should reach this hill station, especially in summer vacations. The town of Pachmarhi is pollution free and covered with dense forest. Different shapes of the trees and some unknown plants design the place with different looks. Tourist can enjoy the real forest at this hill station.


Few interesting places at Pachmarhi are Rajat Prapat, Bee Fall, Dhoot Akhilesh, Bada Mahadev, Gupt Mahadev, Chauragarh (Shiva Temple), Dhupgarh (The uppermost peak of Madhya Pradesh), Handi Khoh (known as Deep Valley), Apsara Falls (also known as Fairy Pool), Jatashankar, Duchess Fall, Pachmarhi hill, Pansy Pool, Waters meet, Picadilly circus, Patharchatta, Crump's crag, Lady Robertson's view, Colletin Crag, Mount Rosa, Handi Kho, Reechgarh, Rajendra Giri's garden, Bansri Bihar, Little Fall, Naagdwari, and Draupadi Kund.

Attaining to Pachmarhi:
By Air: closest airport to reach this Indian tourist place is Bhopal. The distance between Bhopal airport and Pachmarhi is just 195 kms. Frequent domestic flights are available from DelhiJabalpurGwalior, MumbaiIndore and many other cities of India.

By Road: the road throughout the forest with curves makes the journey special. Pachmarhi is linked through regular bus services from BhopalNagpur, Hoshangabad, Chhindwara and Pipariya.

By Train: Pipariya is the railway station situated at just 47 kms distance. Trains from several cities are reaching Pipariya. Mumbai to Howrah through Allahabad is the suitable rail route to reach Pachmarhi.

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