Mandla is a city located in the 'heart of the country' Madhya Pradesh. This place was ruled by the Garha dynasty for a longer period of time. Later on, it was invaded by the Peshwas and they ruled the place till the arrival of the British.
Mandla is elevated at an altitude of 445 meters above the sea level. It unrolls over vast acres of land that is a rough plain. The River Narmada flows through this city and is a major source of water. The climate of Mandla is tropical warm in nature. It experiences the scorching summers with an average temperature of 37°C and the pleasant winters with the median temperature of 12°C. The annual precipitation level of Mandla is 3600 mm that is sufficient according to its geography.
The region of Mandla is dotted with different places of interest. It includes the remarkable spots like Kanha Wildlife Sanctuary, Mandla Plant & Fossils Park & the beautiful foothills of Satpura that are frequented by the locals as well as the visitors.