Umaria is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It came into existence in the year 1998 after it was separated from Shahdol. It was ruled by Lodhi Rajput clan in the foregone times. They erected marvelous structures like Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Hathi Darwaza - a passage for the royal elephants but was soon occupied by the Baghel dynasty. Presently, Umaria is a well-known city that houses Bandhavgarh National Park that is flocked by tourists on a large scale.
With an elevation of 1,765 feet above the sea level, Umaria is unfolded over an area of 4,548 sq. kilometer. The terrains of this city are craggy and are fed by the waters of the rivers like Tapti and Narmada. The climate of Umaria is subtropical in nature. The temperature during summers ranges between 30°C-40°C. It drops down below 16°C.
Umaria offers a huge list of tourist attractions. The notable places visited by tourists are Bandhavgarh National Park, Pali Birsinghpur Kali Mandir, and the local markets etc.