This statue of Bhairo Baba is situated near Gudh around an hour journey from Rewa and is a revered site to the devotees of Bhairo Baba. This is a large idol that lies horizontally and is inside a Shiva Temple by a lake in Gudh. People worship the idol and the lake water is believed to be sacred, which is used by the locals to cure diseases.
There is an interesting story behind the construction of the most prominent fort of Rewa. According to the folklore, construction of the fort was first started by Salim Shah, the son of Sher Shah Suri but was left incomplete. Later on, when Maharaja Vikramaditya arrived Rewa.
Venkat Bhavan is one of the matchless places to visit in Rewa, which is famous for its unique Saracenic style of architecture. This masterpiece was built by Maharaja Venkatraman Singh, and the construction was completed in the year 1907. The purpose of building this Bhavan was to provide employment to people during the famine period of 1894. On your visit to this temple, look out for the stunning carvings of Lord Shiva and Parvati on the walls and the secret tunnel that once used to serve the Kings during wars. The temple has a total of twelve doors in the outer wall and the property is maintained and looked after by Madhya Pradesh State Archeology Department. It now serves as a heritage hotel like few of the other forts in Rewa.
Baghel Museum treasures the past of Rewa, especially the generations of Kings in Rewa. You will find an assorted collection of their clothes, the personal belongings like perfume bottles, gifts from the Chinese, chandeliers, old clocks, portraits, paintings, jewelry; along with the military weapons and hunting weapons such as spears, swords, guns, and the stuffed first white tiger, Mohan. This museum not only preserves the private possessions of Maharajas of Rewa, especially Maharaja Gulab Singh but also find some interesting items belonging to the Baghela Dynasty. It is situated in Rewa Fort and is a famous heritage point among the other Madhya Pradesh tourist places. It is suggested to take a guide and the museum does not allow cameras or any kind of Photography.
The land of Madhya Pradesh is exceptionally blessed with the densest population of tigers in India. Mukundpur Zoo is one such destination where you can find a diverse range of big cats, like Bengal Tigers, Lions, Panthers and the most treasured white Tigers which makes this zoo adds to the range of exceptional wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh. The dense forest in Mukundpur serves as a suitable habitat for these big cats and visitors are mostly taken on a safari ride famous as “White Tiger safari.” A thrilling safari into the green oasis of Mukundpur Zoo can be an ultimate fun for the wildlife enthusiasts.
Govindgarh Palace was a summer retreat to the King of Rewa as it is surrounded by some enchanting waterfalls in the area like Keonti, Chachai, and Bahuti. The construction dates back to the year 1882 AD, and this palace is a work of the Baghela Dynasty. Installed on the shores of Govindgarh Lake, the palace is also considered as Mini Vrindavan and is famous for the Sundreja Mangoes and its breezy location.
After the completion of your tour, you will be dropped back to your place within Rewa city limits.
**Tour to Keoti Falls, Purwa Falls, Deur Kothar too can be added along with Rewa Darshan, but will attract cost as applicable.