Bhind City Guide

As part of the north-west Chambal region Bhind has been famous for its ravines and dense forests. Named after the Hindu Saint Bhindi Rishi, the city is very well drained by the Chambal and Sind rivers and has very fertile soil making agriculture as a primary occupation over here. The region is endowed with natural beauty & rugged landscape which makes it an interesting place to visit. Counted as one of the key districts of Madhya Pradesh it is a major tourist attraction for visitors coming from far & wide. There are not to be missed attractions like historical monuments, religious temples, free flowing rivers & wildlife sanctuaries some of the famous ones being Chhatri of Malhar Rao Holkar, Alampur, Fort of Ater, Jain Temples, National Chambal (Gharial) Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. Bhind is fast advancing into a well- developed & modern city with lots of potential in terms of economic & infrastructure growth. Come lets explore the region with Bhindonline City Guide !