Popularly known as the ‘Satpura Ki Rani’(Queen of Satpura) is situated in between the Satpura ranges at an altitude of 1100 m. This hill station is embellished by history and nature. It is believed that the Pandava brothers visited the place during their exile.
Originally, this enchanting region was discovered by Captain James Forsyth in 1857. Blessed with many attractions like naturally formed caves and monuments, it is also popular for being in proximity to numerous waterfalls. It is also one of the popular hiking spots for people. It is around 150 km from Pench National Park. Apart from its beautiful waterfalls and rich biodiversity, the place is also popular for its buildings especially churches from the colonial period, and bungalows.
Christ Church is one of the amazing churches in Pachmarhi which showcases British architecture. This adds up to the beauty of the hill station. It is evident enough that the hill station is the summer capital of Central India and attracts visitors not only from India but abroad too.
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