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9 Attractions to Explore Near Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary
Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuaryJalalpura, Kesharpura, Madhya Pradesh 465661, India

Narsinghgarh Wildlife Sanctuary was established in the year 1974 has an area of 57 sq km. It is famous for Chital, Sambhar, Blue Bull, Leopard, Wild Boar, Bhedki, Crocodile, etc. there is a lake situated in the center of the sanctuary and it was the main water source of this sanctuary. It is also a habitat of several local and migratory birds. Over 164 species of birds can be seen here.

Nearby Attractions

Narsinghgarh Fort
Narsinghgarh Fort42.46 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

The fort and palace at Narsinghgarh was the official residence of the rulers of Narsinghgarh State. The fort was built nearly 300 years ago in the Rajpur, Mughal and Malwa style. The entire complex covers an area of 45.323 acres. It has 304 rooms, 4 halls, 12 chowks and 64 varandas. It is situated nearly 350 feet above the town. There is also a beautiful pool which was made in the 19th century.

Halali Dam
Halali Dam86.55 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

A huge reservoir in the distrcit of raisen built on the Halali River. This dam is popular among locals of Bhopal as an excellent spot for picnic and boat rides. Apart from this, the reservoir is home to aquatic life forms such as catla, mrigal, mystus, rohu and chitala.

Chandrabhaga Temple
Chandrabhaga Temple92.86 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

The group of temples on the Chandrabhaga stream belongs to the period of 6th to 14th centuries and is situated near Jhalara Patan. Owing to the arched gateways and carved pillars, the temples are considered good examples of the architecture of that period.

Jhalrapatan Padamnath Temple
Jhalrapatan Padamnath Temple93.95 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

One of the ancient temples of Rajasthan is the Sun temple of Jhalarapatan. It is said that the construction of this temple was made by Nag Bhatt II in Vikram Samvat 872, accordingly, it will be built in AD 815. This temple is also known as Padmanabha Temple,

Yodhasthal
Yodhasthal96.24 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

This is an Indian army museum situated in Bhopal. The museum provides engrossing knowledge about the victories and war stories of the Indian Army. It offers enriching audio-visual experience about the defense with displays of arty guns, tanks, arms used on the battlefield before and after independence.

Manuabhan Tekri
Manuabhan Tekri97.05 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

Manua Bhan Ki Tekri also known as Mahaveer Tekri is a famous Jain Temple in Bhopal Madhya Pradesh India. it is the best tourist place to visit in Bhopal and it is very popular for its scenic views.

Garh Palace
Garh Palace98.28 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

Located in the center of town. Maharaja Rana Madan Singh built the fort during 1840-1845. The Zenana Khas or the Women’s Palace has frescoes on both mirrors and walls, which are considered the finest examples of the Hadoti School of Art. Presently, Jhalawar Fort is home to the Collectorate and other offices.

Gagron Fort
Gagron Fort98.70 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

This is an example of a hill and water fort. It is a hill and water fort, one of 12 kinds of Vedic fort architecture known as JalDurg.

Upper Lake
Upper Lake98.93 KMs away from Narsinghgarh wildlife sanctuary

Upper lake is now famous as Bhojtal. It is a huge lake which is built artificially for the water source for the residents of the city. It was built around the year 1005 by king Paramara Raja Bhoj. This upper lake and the nearby lower lake comprises and forms the Bhoj wetland. Not only tourists, there are also so many migratory birds and other living beings come here and quench their thirst.