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Places Near Pench

Places Near Pench:

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Ramtek which is just 40kms from PENCH is the midpoint between Nagpur airport and PENCH.

An ardent nature-lover’s paradise, Ramtek is snuggled in the verdant and peaceful surroundings of the Satpuda hills. Ramtek, the most popular panoramic hill station commands spectacular views of low-flying clouds and misty valleys thus making it an attractive little heaven with a salubrious climate. There are many tourist attractions around Ramtek that are worth caching a glimpse if you are on a tour. This region has many things to offer and thus you should have ample time in order to explore this paradisiacal territory.Some of the major places to visit when in Ramtek are:


  Ramtek :-


Ramtek has got Historic temple of lord Rama. It is believed that Ramtek was the place where Rama, the Hindu god, rested while he was in exile. This place is also famous for its relation with Great poet Kalidasa. Kalidas was a great Sanskrit poet and dramatist, famous for his historical drama, Shakuntalam, and for the epic poem, Meghdoot. The Kalidas Festival brings back memories of the golden period of the Vidarbha region. Ramgiri, or Ramtek as it is popularly known today, is the place that inspired Kalidas and its beauty features predominantly in his literary work. Every year, in November, some of the greatest exponents of music, dance and drama perform in the pictures picturesque setting of Ramtek, celebrating its glorious heritage over two exciting days and nights.


  Gadh Mandir :-


The legend also goes that Lord Rama stopped at Ramtek, along with His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, while on his exile. Another fact that adds to the attraction of the town, from tourism point of view, is its association with the Great poet Kalidasa. He wrote his excellent poem, Meghdoot in the hills of Ramtek only. Infact, it is often said that it was the beauty of Ramtek Hills that inspired him to write the poem.


  Khindsi :-


Famous mainly for its large and picturesque lake, Khindsi has been the favorite tourist destination of Vidarbhites for several years. If you are looking to spend a calm and eventful weekend or looking foran ideal picnic spot then your search ends with Khindsi. The water sports at Khindsi is arguably the safest and most well maintained in the country, and has been recognized by tourism dept. govt. of India.Water scooter, Water Zorb, banana boat, speed boat, rowing boat, paidel boat, adventure rides, trekking, nature walks, rain dance and DJ are some of the activities you can look forward to when in Khindsi.


  PENCH Forest (Totladoh and Karmajhiri)


This park is different. Located in the AVSM (Aravali, Vindhyanchal, Satpura and Maikal Ranges) belt, this teak forest is a different and a pleasant surprise to the normal and scenic parks of Kanha and Bandhavgarh. The tracks are smoother, the trees are thicker with dense undergrowth, perhaps one reason why the herbivore population here is more larger in size compared to Kanha and Bandhavgarh. There is a distinct silence here. You feel you are the King, when suddenly your driver halts seeing the Pugmarks of the actual King of the area. A Tiger has just crossed, he shows them to you, and suddenly an alarm call from one of the denizens of the forest. your driver, your natura list are all alert. Looking in the direction of the call, eye balls much bigger than usual, heart pounding at 120 beats a minute. Ears as big as of an Elephant, you want to see the true King of Pench. The drama, unfolds, and you are in Pench, the true and original Kipling Country.


  Dragon Palace Temple:-


Dragon Palace Temple is a Buddhist temple, situated in Kamptee, a satellite township of Nagpur district. It is dedicated to Lord Buddha and boasts of striking architecture and picturesque landscape. The temple was founded by Mother Noriko Ogawa Society of Japan. Sprawled over an area of approximately 10 acres, Dragon Palace Temple comprises of a magnificent Buddhist prayer centre, which offers peace and serenity to its visitors. Enshrined on the first floor of the Meditation Hall of the temple is a colossal statue of Lord Buddha. The idol is said to have been carved out of a single block of sandalwood. Some time back, Dragon Palace Temple of Kamptee was felicitated with the International Award for the best concrete structure of the world.


  Ramdham :-


Ramdham, located in Ramtek(Mansar), just 35kms from Nagpur has the distinction of being first and only spiritual-religious-tourism park of its kind in India. The idea behind Ramdham is that the poor who cannot afford to go on costly pilgrimages all over India can have a darshan at one place. Ramdham is a place one can look forward to, for solace and peace from worldly cares. All the teerths of the country under one roof- namely the Ashtavinayaks of vidarbha and Maharashtra, the twelve Jyotirlingas of India and the auspicious Vaishnoo Devi temple can be seen together and sought the blessings of in an artificially constructed hill or ‘Chandra Parvat’.The world’s biggest structure of ‘OM’ measuring 350 feet long marks the beauty of Ramdham. Inside the OM is a picturesque through Ramayana through fourteen episodes, while on teh outer side is the picturesque description of Krishna Leela and idols of Lord Hanuman, Sai baba, and Gajanan Maharaj. The cave of Baba amarnath has been recently added which has a Shivlinga made of ice.
Every evening you can enjoy Rajasthani folk dances, magic show and puppet show in artificial caves.


  Mansar Excavation:-


Archaeological excavations near the village of Mansar (Maharashtra), 47km north of Nagpur and 5km west of the Ramagiri (Ramtek), have brought to light an astonishing temple (Pravaresvara) and residential complex (Pravarapura) along with a collection of superb sculptures and other artefacts, which date to the first half of the 5th century CE when the Vakataka monarchs, Prabhavati Gupta and Pravarasena ruled the area. Altogether 5 sites have been excavated.