Baghel Museum In Bandhavgarh
The Baghel Museum in Bandhavgarh is the storehouse where all the personal belongings of Maharaja of Rewa are being kept intact for display. Tourists come here and explore the royal and jungle life of Bandhavgarh. Along with that the museum also displays the stuffed body of the first white tiger being spotted by the Maharaja of Rewa. Besides this, the museum also boasts ancient hunting equipment’s by the Maharajas along with some of the military equipment’s
Village Tala Bandhavgarh
One of the most reiterated location the tourist prefer to visit in Bandhavgarh, the Tala Village brings the total reflection of an Indian village which still brings the most ethnic way of living. There are many captivating glimpses a tourist can explore while spending a day at this village. The modest dwellings, the mud clustered houses, elders smoking hookahs sitting on a cot are such magnificent scenes that brings a standstill on the time. The lowest region of Bandhavgarh, the Tala Village brings many fascinating landscapes all around the location. Along with that while visiting the village the tourists can find different hotels and resorts for magnificent accommodations in the village.
Bandhavgarh Ancient Caves
Bandhavgarh Ancient Caves are made on sand-stone hillocks of Bandhavgarh Hill in Bandhavgarh National Park. There are around 39 caves in the region, which cover a length of about 5 km. It is believed that in the medieval times, these caves served as shelter to the soldiers of the ruling kings, as well as monks in spiritual pursuits. Currently, these caves are home to varied wildlife like tigers, bats and other fauna of the park.
Shesh Shaya Bandhavgarh
The Shesh Shaya is a marvelous 11 meter long statue of Lord Vishnu in the laying position with umbrella of “Shesh Nag” along with the “Shivling” and the “Lord Brahma” are situated here. It is placed on the main