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Panna Tiger Reserve

Panna Tiger Reserve

Panna National Park located in Panna and Chattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh is formally being renowned as the 22nd tiger reserve of India and fifth in Madhya Pradesh. By covering an area of 542.67 sq km, Panna Reserve lies besides the areas of the Ken River at the central state of India, Madhya Pradesh at a distance of 57 km from Khajuraho, a world heritage center. Panna Tiger Reserve was being found as the best managed and maintained national parks of India by the Ministry of Tourism of India and this reputation brought the park the Award of Excellence in the year 2007.

Shri Prannath Ji Mandir

Shri Prannath Ji Mandir

Shri Prannath Ji Mandir is placed in Panna. Mahamati Prannathji Temple is a vital pilgrimage of Pranamis and attracts variety of devotees for the duration of Sharada Purnima. It is thought that Mahamati Prannathji lived at the site for eleven years after which he took samadhi inside one of the domes of this temple. The temple become built in 1692 and has Muslim and Hindu architectural styles in its domes and lotus formations. The temple is divided into six components particularly Shri Gummatji, Shri Bangalaji, Shri Sadguru Mandir, Shri Baijurajji Mandir, Shri Chopada Mandir and Shri Khijada Mandir.

Shree Jugal Kishorji Mandir

Shree Jugal Kishorji Mandir

Jugal Kishoreji Temple was built by Raja Hindupat Singh, the fourth Bundela King of Panna, during his reign from 1758 to 1778. According to the legends, the idol placed in the garbha griha of this temple has been brought from Brindavana through Orcha. The ornaments and attire of the lord reflect the Bundelkhandi style. The temple has all the architectural features of Bundela temples including a nat mandapa, bhog mandapa and a pradakshna path.

Raneh Falls

Raneh Falls

Raneh Falls is one of the prominent tourist attractions, which is named after King Rane Pratap, the erstwhile ruler of the region. Situated in close vicinity of the destination, the waterfall emerged at the confluence of Ken and Khuddar rivers. Forming 30 m deep and around 5 km long canyon, the falls flow down at the Ken Gharyal Sanctuary. The surroundings of the falls are adorned with crystalline granite, which is present in varying shades ranging from pink, red and grey. Apart from certain large and small falls that are formed at the assemblage, some seasonal falls also appear during monsoon season.

Pandava Falls and Caves

Pandava Falls and Caves

Pandav Caves and Falls are located in the Panna National Park and are nearly 12 km from Panna city. The falls are close to the national highway and are formed by the streams originating from local springs. These huge falls remain filled with water throughout the year and can be visited during monsoons also. A large pool is formed at the base of this 100 ft high waterfall. Near this large water pool, there are some ancient caves. It is believed that Pandavas took shelter in these caves during their exile. The region is surrounded by thick vegetation and is an ideal picnic spot for local people as well as travellers

Ken Crocodile Sanctuary

Ken Crocodile Sanctuary

Ken Gharial Reserve is an important Khajuraho tourist attraction which is often visited by tourists. After completing Khajuraho temples sightseeing, tourists love to visit Raneh fall and its adjoining Ken Gharial reserve. It is approx. 25kms from Khajuraho and connected by road. Sanctuary is spread over an area of 45.202sq.kms. It is a nature tourism site in Panna national park area. There are several beautiful rivers that rise from the Vindhya hill ranges of Central India. One of the prettiest is the ken river or Kiyen. The river flows in a northerly direction until it meets with the holy river Ganges.

Baldeoji Temple

Baldeoji Temple

Inspired by Roman architecture, the Baldeoji Temple has a gothic feel which interests the pilgrims coming from across the globe. On visiting the temple, the pilgrims will come across a large hall called ‘Maha Mandapa’ which is built on a raised platform with massive pillars. The reason behind such a construction is to make it easier for the devotees to worship Lord Balram (the elder brother of Lord Shri Krishna) even from outside the main gate. Also, the huge structure of Shri Baldeoji is built with black Shaligram Stone enhancing the beauty of the statue even more. In addition to this the Baldeoji temple is considered to be the finest building in area, representing the zenith of Panna architecture.