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Blessed with natural beauty, Rewa, situated on the north-western side of Madhya Pradesh was home to Mohan - the world renowned white tiger. The lineage of the rare white tigers in India grew, thanks to the soothing climate and abundant greenery.
The town is surrounded dizzyingly high yet beautiful waterfalls like Keoti, Purva and Bahuti to name a few. Along with these, Rewa has kept protected our glorious history in the form of ancient monuments and carvings, like the 35 ft. reclining Bhairav Baba statue.
The white tigers, centuries old Buddhist stupas and the serene nature, Rewa promises to offer a rare spectacle; one that take you back to the thrilling moments of childhood.
Waterfalls of dizzying heights, rare and beautiful white tigers, towering forts, majestic p
As you travel the length and breadth of Madhya Pradesh, you'll encounter sights that you've
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When in Rewa, do try royal flavours with the delicious Bagheli Thali prepared at the HHR Group of Hotels.
It is one of the prominent properties in Bandhavgarh. Apart from the comfortable rooms, it offers plenty of yummy cuisines at its restaurant.
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Venkat Bhawan was built in 1907 by Maharaja Venkatraman Singh of Rewa. Main attraction of the site includes the deity statues, a big fountain and a swimming pool.
Located near Rewa, the Bahuti fall is the majestic and highest waterfall in Madhya Pradesh.
The 31 feet tall statue of Bhairav Baba is a unique tourist attraction in Rewa.
A stunning waterfall that streams from a stunning mountain cliff from a remarkable height. It is said to be the 2nd highest fall of Madhya Pradesh.
Buddhist Stupas belonging to Mauryan age
Wrapped in royalty and nestled in serenity, Govindgarh palace stands strong with elegance.
Kheoti is one of the beautiful waterfalls in the state pouring onto the rugged rocks of mountain.
One of its kind, Mukundpur Zoo houses the enigmatic White Tigers.
Water falls into the abyss, creating this thundering yet beautiful waterfall.
Rani talab is one of the oldest water-wells in Rewa, located in the southern part of the city.
Baghel Museum exhibits some personal belongings and military weapons once used by the royals of Rewa.
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Hotel Rajvilas is where all food lovers should go. Located in a very convenient place in Rewa you can easily access this place. A restaurant with great food and great services, this is a heaven for all food lovers. Do try the delicious South Indian delicacies which will surely make you re-visit this place. Experience yourself going into a different zone when you enter this beautiful restaurant in Rewa. Hotel Rajvilas is a paradise for food lovers.
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Dawat is where you can eat like a local and experience yourself going into a different zone when you enter this beautiful restaurant in Rewa. A perfect place where you can spend some quality time with loved ones. Do try their different cuisines. Indulge in a lavish culinary fare at this fine dining restaurant in Rewa! Do visit Dawat as it is a paradise for food lovers. Don't forget to try the Sheff's special items which keeps changing each day.
After climbing 1063 steps, you will see the beautiful Maa Sharda Devi Temple, sitting atop the Trikoota hill in Maihar. While the temple attracts thousands of devotees year on year, the town is also
Away from all the hustle bustle, in the midst of scenic nature, lies the serene town of Parsili. The beautiful Banas river flowing alongside. One of the most stunning highlights of this place is the
Rewa can be visited through out the year.