The district is named after the city of Rewa, which is the district headquarters, which is another name for the Narmada River. The areas now included in the district belonged to the royal Maurya dynasty who ruled in the third century BCE. The region was from the 9th to the 12th century and in the 13th century Ulugh Khan, brother of Sultan Alauddin, drove the Baghela king to the area in the east, where he established the princely state. This dynasty continued till the last successor, Martad Singh, who ruled before 1947 for the dominion of India. The present Rewa district came into existence in 1950 when the order of the provinces and states was implemented. What happens when dozens of beautiful waterfalls, innumerable historical forts and unique animals like the White Tiger meet at one place? You get a place called this.
With two unique and unlikely worlds - nature and history - meeting in one place, Rewa tourism is truly one of the most competitive districts in Madhya Pradesh. KOT Falls This beautiful waterfall is really breathtaking. It is one of the highest and beautiful waterfalls in India. This place attracts thousands of tourists from far-flung neighboring states. Chachai Water Fall may be much less popular than KOT Falls, but it is no less beautiful and breathtaking than KT. Pura Falls is another beautiful waterfall. It is tougher in the middle of the forest than other waterfalls in the area. Venkat Bhawan This historic palace is basically the aesthetics of architecture and the golden history of Rewa together but in fact very beautiful architecture can be felt the enchanted effect of its architecture precedence over its contemporary history.
Shoping in Rewa
Here is the Shilpi Plaza shopping complex. It is not an ordinary shopping complex, as it is one of the largest shopping complexes in the entire Madhya Pradesh. This is really the ultimate paradise for any shopkeeper.
Why Go To Rewa
Beautiful waterfalls , innumerable historic forts and white tiger |