Maihar has been lately declared as a religious place where the famous Sharda Devi temple exist which is one of the Skakti Peeths in India. The temple is situated on a hillock and a rope way makes it easy for the pilgrims to visit. According to the hindu calendar on both the Navratras there is a fifteen days fare, where more than five lakh devotees visit annually for darshan.
A huge gathering of music lovers happens every year at Maihar during the month of January- February, a two-day Baba Allauaddin Khan music function is held where music artists of national and international level perform. The famous ‘Maihar Band’ also plays with its world-famous instrument ‘Nal Tarang’ made out Bun barrels.
The 10th century old ‘Golamath Temple’ of Lord Shiva is of the same period as Khajuraho temples, the carvings of which are of tourist interest.
Various internationally famed places of tourist interest fall within the radius of 200km from Maihar
Jabalpur: 165 km-connectivity by road and train. (Airport)
Attraction: Marble Rocks and Rani Durgawati Museum
Bhandhavgarh: 80km- Connectivity by road
Attraction: National Park (Tiger Reserve)
Panna: 90km- Connectivity by road.
Attraction: Diamond Mines and National Park
Khajuraho: 120km- Connectivity by road. (Airport)
ARRACTION: Ancient Historic Temples.
Orchha: 220km- Connectivity by road
Rewa district: within a radius of 100km.
Attraction: White Tiger resort, Chachai falls and Bansagar Dam project.
Maihar Heritage Palace & Fort
Brij Villas Palace (Kila Maihar)
P.O.: Maihar – 485771
Madhya Pradesh (India)