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Chhatarpur - A city of historic landscapes and rich antiquities!


The Chhatarpur holds an unparalleled status of conserving the religious charm, and Indian ethnicity. Henceforth, the mesmerising monuments, treasurable landscapes, and wildlife of the town will leave you spellbound with its beauty!

Beholding the spectacular view of Raneh Falls to the Ken Gharial Sanctuary situated at the Sangam of Ken and  Khudar Rivers, the territory of Chhatarpur entail various picturesque tourist sites to discover! Moreover, the district shares several major borders such as the Panna from the east, Tikamgarh from the west, Damoh from the south, Sagar from the southwest, and lastly, Uttar Pradesh from the north.

Once considered the "king's place" of central India, Chhatarpur has tons of tourist attractions to entice visitors within and nearby the city - Jatashankar, Bhimkund, Maharaja Chhatrasal Museum and Panna National Park Temples to name a few. Nonetheless, the popular UNESCO world heritage site, the Khajuraho Group of Temples comes under the province of Chhatarpur which also hosts the world-renowned Khajuraho Dance Festival in the month of February each year.

Khajuraho - A land with historic Monuments

Khajuraho is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Madhya Pradesh. It is well known for its ancient temples that showcase some of the finest art in the world.

Cherish the amazing view of Khajuraho Temple

The Khajuraho temples are categorised into three groups: Eastern, Western and Southern. Beautiful, intricate and expressive Khajuraho temples will leave you in awe and wonder.'

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