Satpura Dam - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Things to know
About Satpura Dam
This is a man-made lake created as a reservoir for the Power Plant which is surrounded by dense forests and hills. A lot of tourists come here during the monsoon time to view the opening of the shutters and to feel the power of water.
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Attractions Near Satpura Dam
Priyadarshini Point, Pachmarhi
40.52km from Satpura Dam
This is the point from where Captain James Forsyth discovered Pachmarhi in the year 1857. It was only after this that Pachmarhi was recognized as a hill station and a resort. Priyadarshini point gives an eagle's eye view of the entire hill station and its serene landscape.
Shri Chauragarh Shiv Mandir.
40.65km from Satpura Dam
This temple is perched on the Chauragarh peak surrounded by dense forest and verdant valleys. The temple is situated at a mighty height, and one needs to climb 1250 steps to get to the top. One will be amazed to see the cluster of Trishul stuck in the temple ground. One of the famous places in Hoshangabad.
41.74km from Satpura Dam
One of the most beautiful canyon in Central India, which has a 300 feet high precipice in the middle of a dense forest. It was popularly believed to have been a lake earlier. This place has a mythological history and is believed to be closely associated with Lord Shiva.
Pachmarhi Protestant Church
44.41km from Satpura Dam
This is a landmark in the district of Hoshangabad. It was worked by the British in 1892. It was assembled over 150 years prior in the 19th century and the veneer of the building may look somewhat weather-beaten yet the internal parts are as stylishly stable as they may have been many years back. Daily a lot of peoples visits this place because of its historical importance.
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For more information about Satpura Dam, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarni,_India