A small, beautiful town that lies in Madhya Pradesh, a state situated right in the center of India, Bhind is best known for its forests and uneven ravines. The city has many temples and several historical monuments
The locals of this city are warm and friendly, and are always ready to assist the tourists. The city has so much to offer to a visitor and making a trip during the winter is delightful, as there is no better time to enjoy it all than in cool and pleasant weather. Apart from the temples and monuments, Bhind offers its tourists free-flowing rivers and beautiful sanctuaries, and makes itself a must-visit destination in India.Some of the greatest tourist spots in Bhind include the Chhatri of Malhar Rao Holkar, which was built in 1766 by Maharani Ahilya Bai Holkar. It stands out because of its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings. Gohad Fort and the Ater Fort, built in the 16th and 17th century respectively, are other tourist spots that hold historical value in the city. The city houses many places of worship, some of them being Shree Rawatpura Dham, Vankhandeshwar Temple, Jain Temples of Baranso, Mata Renuka Temple and Maharishi Narad Dev Temple. Situated at a distance from the main city is the National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary, set up in 1979. It attracts many tourists who are nature lovers and have a keen interest in photography. The sanctuary is inhabited by crocodiles, ghariyals, Ganges dolphins and various migratory birds.The city has buses that make traveling in the city easy and comfortable. The frequency is regular and they ply to almost every part of the city. In fact, traveling by bus would enable you to get the true feel of the city. However, if you’d rather roam around at your own pace and can afford to loosen the purse strings, hire a car or rent of taxi from a local rental. Always ask the locals of the city about what you should do as they are most aware and give helpful tips.Bhind experiences very hot summers and medium to heavy rainfall and they act as a barrier in exploring the city, hence it is best to avoid visiting in those seasons.Avoid staying out late in lonely and isolated places
Bhind is not well connected to other major cities of the country via regular flights. The nearest airport is in Gwalior at a distance of 64kms.
Airports: Gwalior Airport
There is no regular trains to Bhind from other major cities of the country. The nearest Railway station is at Gwalior which is located at a distance of 72kms.
Railway Station(s): Bhadroli