Barwaha is a small hamlet in Tikamgarh, in Madhya Pradesh. The village belongs to the Barwaha panchayat. It is located at a distance of 78 km from Tikamgarh and lies 317 km away from Bhopal city. The village is surrounded by Prithvipur, Badagaon, Chirgaon and Bangra. Cities that are close to it
include Jhansi, Datia and Samthar.
Places to Stay
There are a few budget-friendly hotels in Sanawad which is at a distance of 9 km from Barwaha. Some of these hotels include Hotel Utsav (Tariff – Rs. 1500), Hotel Krishna Palace (Tariff – Rs.1000) and Hotel Geeta Shree (Tariff – Rs. 800.)
The official spoken language of Barwaha is Hindi. Bharia is also spoken widely in Barwaha.
Some of the festivals that are celebrated in Barwaha include Narmada Jayanti (February), Diwali (November), Holi (March), Dussehra (October) and Janamashtami (August.)
Places of Interest
Some places of interest in Barwaha include the CISF Training Campus and the Jayanti Mata temple. The training campus in Barwaha is the largest camp in India and is visited by many tourists throughout the year.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Gwalior airport.
The nearest railway station is the Niwari railway station which is at a distance of 3 km from the village.
Barwaha is well-connected with other cities and towns by the bus system. There are daily buses to Indore, Bhopal, Ujjain and other cities. Some of the best bus operators in this region include RTS Royal Tours and Travels, and Hans Travels. Online bus ticket reservation is the best way to get your tickets without standing in serpentine queues.
Nandura is a small town in Buldhana district of Maharashtra. Nandura is also the district headquarters of the taluk. It has a population of approximately 37,470. The literacy rate here is 69% which is more than the national average of 59.5%. The climate in Nandura is tropical. It experiences more of rainfall in winter than in summer.
Places to stay
There are not many good hotels in Nandura. Some of the better accommodation is in Bhuldana such as Hotel Sai Residency (Tariff Rs. 200), Jal Mahal Hotel (Tariff Rs. 250) and Hotel Gurukrupa (Tariff Rs. 200).
Ahirani and Khandeshi, Marathi, Bhili and Andh are some of the widely spoken languages in Nandura.
Ganesh Chaturthi, Gudhi Padwa and Pola are some of the main festivals celebrated in villages of Maharashtra
Places of Interest
The Mosque of Hazrat Sufi Sar, Hanuman Idol in Nandura, Dnyaganga Sanctuary (54 km away from Nandura) and Ambabarva Sanctuary (54 km), are some of the touristic places to visit.
How to get there
There are no airports in Nandura. The two nearest airports are Chikkalthana Airport which is 161 km away from the town and Akola Airport which is 64 km away.
There are many trains travelling to and from Nandura Railway Station with a great frequency.
There are many government and private coaches providing bus services to Nandura ST Bus Stand. Bus operators such as RTC Royal Star provide AC buses for people travelling from places like Indore regularly. Ticketgoose.com’s bus reservation facility has never been easier through its mobile apps.