Chhindwara is a city in the 'heart of the country' Madhya Pradesh. Located in the foothills of Shivalik ranges, it used to be full of khajoor trees in the previous times. 'Chhind' means dates and 'Wada' means place. Hence, the place got its name as Chhindwara. It has emerged as a popular tourist spot in Madhya Pradesh due to its sublime locations.
Chhindwara is hoisted 675 meters above the sea level and cascades across an area of 11,815 sq. km. Entrenched on a plateau; Chhindwara is hemmed with tantalizing fields, freshwater streams, and forests. The city is fed by the waters of the River Kulbehra. Such scenic location describes the climate of Chhindwara as tropical. The average summer temperature scales to 37°C. During the winters the average mercury levels fall down to 13°C.
Chhindwara is an alluring destination that offers different tourist attractions. The places like Patalkot, Tamia Hills, Danhora Waterfalls & Anhoni Village are the notable picnic destinations due to their magnificent geography. Other attractions include the names like Devgarh Fort, Jama Masjid, Ram Mandir & the Laddu Street.