|Latitude / Longitude : 22 28
N / 78 26E
3500 (above sea Level)
32 sq. kms.
Highest Peak : Dhoopgarh
24.0 - 35.6 C (summer)
27.7 C (Winter)
|Local Tribes Gond,
historical profile of Pachmarhi is fairly represented
in the rock painting and the pristine caves.
(five huts), from which Pachmarhi
derives its name, is a set of five caves(Pandav
caves), which local Barhminical tradition claims
as one of the places where the Pandavas sojourned
during their wandweing (Agyatvasa). Archeologists,
however, affirm that these caves are of Budhdhist
origin, and a link between Sanchi &
territory remained under the Parmars during 9th-12th
centuries, under the Tomars and Chauhans during
the 13th century and came to be under the Mohammedan
rules of malwa in 1401.
The Gond ruler
of the area was a tributary to the Kingdom of Malwa
in 1567, it got transferred to the Mughal Kingdom
and remained so about the period of Aurangzeb. But
the weakening of the Mughal Empire prompted the
independent Gond rules to assert themselves till
the Bhonsle rulers of Nagpur annexed it to their
territory. This area remained in limelight because
of the Pindaris and later as the hideout for the
difficult in the terrain of their subjects during
the British conquest.
Point in Pachmarhi
Bee Fall Duchess
Amba Mata Mandir
Indian Bison, Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Spotted
Deer, Neelgai, Sambar, Chowsingha, Wild Dog, Smooth
Otter, Pangolin, Porcupine, Ratel, Monkey
Tiger, Indian Bison (Gaur)
Indian Giant Squirrel
Most Convenient Location (bus Stand
with Pure Vegetarian food.
Satellite Channel with Colour TV
SBI ATM Facility
12 well Furnished
A/c, Non A/c rooms with EPABX
Guide & Taxi for sight scenes.