The district of Dindori is situated in the eastern region of Madhya Pradesh. The district headquarters is located in the town of Dindori. It is part of the Shahdol Division. It touches the Shahdol in east, Mandla in west, Umaria in north, and the district of Bilaspur and Chhattisgarh State in south. It is located 144 Km from Jabalpur on S.H 21, 104 Km from Mandla and 88 Km from Amarkantak. River Narmada lies above the sea level at a height of 1100 m amongst herbal-rich, Maikal mountain ranges.
Laxman Madva, Kukarramath, Kalchuri Kali Mandir depicts the spiritual heritage of Dindori. The district charms many tourists with the The Kanha Tiger National Park lying 180 km and the Bandhavgarh National Park lying 140 Km away from the district headquarter created on 25th May, 1998 by merging 927 villages. The district is covered by seven blocks Dindori, Shahpura, Mehandwani, Amarpur, Bajag, Karanjiya and Samnapur. The Vulnerable Tribals, Baiga are exclusively found in this district. The Baigas are known as the "National Human". Dindori's people speak varied languages like Bagheli, which has a lexical similarity of 72-91% with Hindi compared to 60% with German and English, and is spoken by about 7,800, 000 inhabitants of Bagelkhand.
Tourist places in Dindori
National Fossiv Park
Jalpaan Cafeteria and Kapildharaart Emporium
Dagonal water fall
Fossil National Park Ghughua