The Untold Story of MP: Bhanpura, Chaturbhuj Nala and Hinglajgarh

Its fascinating to read this article. I visited only Chaturbhuj Nala rock painting, Gandhisagar dam and sanctuary. I am looking forward to visit other places described here. This blog is excellent piece of work. Thanks.

Beyondlust

This post is about the tiny town of Bhanpura located in a forgotten corner of Madhya Pradesh. This post is a celebration of how small places like Bhanpura, a name you might never have come across, can hold such a wealth of history and natural beauty, yet be so far removed from public vision. But then places like these come as a blessing for travellers like us, who can go to great lengths for that ‘two streets over’ feel. Although the history of Bhanpura and its immediate surroundings go back thousands of years (as we shall soon see) it rose to prominence only in the 19th century, when it was ruled by the Maratha king, Yashwant Rao Holkar (1776-1811). In this post we will look at various facets of Bhanpura and its surrounding areas, including the Gandhi Sagar Dam and sanctuary, numerous shelters with prehistoric cave paintings, inaccessible forts and…

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