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About Gondia

Known as the “Eastern Gateway of Maharashtra”, Gondia lies on the border of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Owing to the presence of a plethora of rice mills and the bountiful cultivation of rice here, this quaint district is also referred to as the “Rice Bowl of Maharashtra”. Gondia city has been named after the Gond rulers, who ruled over this district for a prolonged period.

The city of Gondia is known popularly for its rich culture and glorious history. This place is also bestowed with a myriad of ancient sites, dense forests, gorgeous waterfalls, lofty hills, and serene lakes, all of which make the city naturally comby.

Gondia is packed with a number of famous attractions that propel all kinds of travelers to this destination and enrich its tourism industry. Gondia tourism includes every element of manmade and natural beauty starting from temples and national parks to caves and dams, attracting every kind of holiday seeker. While Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary and Navegaon National Park propel wildlife enthusiasts, Nagra Shiv Temple and Mando Devi Temple bring in a huge number of spiritual seekers. While Kachargadh Caves and Darekasa Caves attract history buffs, Itiadoh Dam and Hajra Fall entice nature lovers and peace seekers.

Gondia allows its visitors to spend a relaxing laid back as well as an fun-filled action-packed holiday. Travelers flocking to this balmy city love to enjoy jungle safaris in the national parks, have picnics near the lakes and dams, and seek blessings at the age-old temples. They also spend time interacting with the locals and learning more about the enchanting Gondal culture. The climate of Gondia is similar to that of the state of Maharashtra, where the summers are scorching hot, monsoons bring in heavy downpours, and winters are tolerably cold. The most ideal time for visiting this exuberant city is during the winter months of October to March when the weather condition is mild and soothing.

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