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ABOUT GANDHISAGAR FOREST RETREAT

Gateway to the Heart of Incredible India

Madhya Pradesh, affectionately known as ‘The Heart of India’ for its central geographic position, is a destination that captivates the hearts of travellers. Embracing this essence, Gandhisagar Forest Retreat presents an exceptional experience, specially designed for those looking to immerse themselves in the serene luxury of nature with a dash of thrilling adventure activities.

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    Accommodation

    A Luxurious Stay

    Amidst Natural Bliss

    Gandhisagar Forest Retreat, situated in the Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, offers a unique opportunity to experience the beauty of nature besides the beautiful Chambal River with several enthralling adventure activities. The entire space has been thoughtfully designed and aesthetically curated to ensure that you relax and rejuvenate your senses amid rich ambience and understated luxury.

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    Nearby Attractions

    A Treasure Trove of Wonders

    The Gandhisagar Forest Retreat is not just an isolated haven of adventure and relaxation. It is beautifully cradled amidst a treasure trove of cultural, historical, and natural wonders that are worth exploring. Whether you are seeking heritage or want to explore vibrant local customs, Gandhisagar Forest Retreat will surely be your gateway to a world of wonder.
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    Pashupatinath Temple

    Located by the banks of Shivna River, this unique temple depicts Lord Shiva in eight forms and its idol is a towering seven feet tall made of a copper-hued stone, weighing over 4,500 kilos.

    Why is it a must-visit?

    The massive copper-hued stone idol and intricate carvings stand out as examples of superb craft.

    Buddhist Caves

    Dating back to the 5th Century AD, the Buddhist Caves are a few minutes away from Dharmarajeshwar Temple and this location is popular for Bhim Bazar cave, which is the largest cave in this vicinity.

    Why is it a must-visit?

    These caves provide a direct link to India’s rich Buddhist traditions, offering a unique glimpse into the past​.

    Chaturbhuj Nala

    Chaturbhuj Nala

    Behold these rock shelters stretched out in a 5-km long alley with thousands of figures painted on its wall, which are lined along with a stream called Chaturbhuj Nala.
    Why is it a must-visit?
    The site features extensive prehistoric paintings, providing fascinating insights into early human artistry and culture.

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    Gandhisagar Sanctuary

    Spread across over 300 km on the border of Mandsaur and Nimach, the Gandhisagar Sanctuary is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
    Why is it a must-visit?
    Home to a variety of species such as leopards, chinkaras, and wild dogs, it offers thrilling wildlife spotting opportunities.
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    Mandsaur Fort

    Constructed in the 15th century, the Mandsaur Fort is renowned for its stunning architecture built by Hoshang Shah Gori, who had an eye for finer details and was one of the first Islamic kings of the Malwa region.
    Why is it a must-visit?
    The fort’s design reflects the intricate Islamic architectural styles of the 15th century, offering a deep dive into India’s diverse architectural history​.

    Neemuch

    Neemuch, also known as Nimach is a former British cantonment of Gwalior princely state, which became the headquarters of the combined Rajputana-Malwa political agency, sharing its Northwestern border with Rajasthan.
    Why is it a must-visit?
    Reflecting influences from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Neemuch offers a blend of cultures through local food, festivals, and daily life.
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    Gandhisagar Dam

    The Gandhisagar Dam is one of the four major dams built on the Chambal River. The panoramic views of this beautiful dam attract a multitude of tourists, as well as migratory and non-migratory birds.
    Why is it a must-visit?
    The dam area is renowned for its panoramic views which are a draw for photographers
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    How to reach

    Distance from the Nearest

    by plane

    Airport

    Udaipur – 210 Kms away
    Indore – 314 Kms away
    Bhopal – 318 Kms away
    by train

    Railway Station

    Neemuch – 116 Kms away
    Kota – 104 Kms away
    Mandsaur – 153 Kms away
    Chittorgarh – 164 Kms away
    Ratlam – 204 Kms away
    Udaipur – 231 Kms away
    Bhawani Mandi – 49 Kms away
    Ramganj Mandi, Rajasthan – 63 Kms away
    by road

    Road

    Neemuch – 101 Kms away
    Mandsaur – 153 Kms away
    Udaipur – 22 Kms away
    Ratlam – 203 Kms away
    Chittorgarh – 163 Kms away
    Kota – 104 Kms away
    Indore – 312 Kms away
    Ujjain – 256 Kms away
    by bus

    Bus Stand

    Volvo Buses are also available from various
major locations like: Indore, Ujjain, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Ratlam, Bhawani mandi
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