Seoni is a small town in Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh. Its pristine natural hue refreshes the mind and soul of every visitor. The region is inhabited mostly by tribal populations and they were mainly carried across the Wainganga River for drinking and washing, which reached the heights of fame as the largest dam in the whole of Asia, the tourism department to promote tourism. Boating facility has been started here by Pench National Park is another major attraction which is surrounded in the flow of the sublime Satpura ranges.
Rudyard Kipling, a famous writer who wrote the Jungle Book, was inspired to write his book by the charming green and rich wildlife of Pench National Park. The park has a large collection of colorful flora and wild creatures in its natural habitat. The remnants of the ancient Sona Rani Mahal are magnificently built naturally in the jungle. Stripped stalker (tiger) can be seen in good numbers. Leopard, Pig, Wild Wolf, Sloth Bear, Chinkara, Chausingha Barking Deer, Jackal, Palm Civet, Fox Small Indian Kiwet, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Porpine are other important inhabitants of this forest. The national park is known for around 285 bird species.
The Bhimgarh Sarovar Sanjay Dam was built across the Vainganga River which reached the heights of fame as the largest dam in Asia which has been built brilliantly by using it only as a commodity of soil to promote tourism. Boating facility has been started here by the tourism department.
This place is about 32 km from Seoni and is famous for the remains of the ancient Son Rani Mahal, which is naturally situated in the forest.
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