A 30 minutes speed boat ride from Hanuwantiya. Enjoy Trekking, Bird Watching and Botanical Walk.
Sant Singaji Samadhi is 45 km from Khandwa. Samadhi was in Singaji village till 12 year but due to Indira Sagar Dam it was submerged. On the request of people and devotees, 100 acre area was secured and converted into Island.
Saint Singaji was a great poet and saint. His status is same as the great poet Kabir. He born in fifteenth century in a poor gavali (herdsman) family of Khajuri Village of Barwani state of that time (now Barwani is a District of Madhya Pradesh). Later he came at Piplia village of Harsud Tehsil and remained here till samadhi. He came in touch of saint Manrangeer and after that dedicated his life to God. He practiced the Nirguna Sect of Hindu religion (the believer of Nirguna sect believes that the God is Absolute, abstract and has no form, incarnation etc.). He became the object of wide population devotion, especially among the Gavalis of Nimar Districts. A fair is held in his holy memory every year on Sharad Purnima at his samadhi place Piplia-Singaji (now submerged into Indira Sagar Project, but newly made by government at same place) which nearly runs for 15 days. A huge number of devotees coming form many villages in and around the area gather near his temple and offer puja to Singaji Maharaj on the occasion. His Bhajans are being sung in villages.
The Indirasagar Dam is a multipurpose project of Madhya Pradesh on the Narmada River at Narmadanagar, Mundi in the Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh in India.
The Project envisages construction of a 92 m high and 653 m long concrete gravity dam. It provides Irrigation in 1,230 square kilometres of land with annual production of 2.7 billion units in the districts of Khandwa and Khargone in Madhya Pradesh and power generation of 1,000 MW (8x125 MW) installed capacity. The reservoir of 12,200,000,000 m3 (9,890,701 acre·ft) was created. In terms of storage of water, it withholds the largest reservoir in India, with capacity of 12.22 billion cu m, followed by Nagarjuna Sagar between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Khandwa is the Birth Place of Bollywood Legend Kishore Kumar - Kishore Kumar "Khandwewala"!.
In memory of the well known playback singer Kishore Kumar Ganguly, A Cultural hall (especially for music) constructed approx. 1 Km east-ward from the station site, Cultural Programs of the town are being organized at this place.
This is a centre of faith and worship. The Samadhi Places of great Avadhoot Hindu saints Swami Keshwanandaji Maharaj and Swami Hariharanandji Maharaj, respectfully called as "Bare Dadaji" and "Chhote Dadaji" respectively. A fair is held on Guru Purnima at this place and thousands of the devotees attend the fair from all over the nation. Miracles by Dadaji...
Sailini Tapu (Island) located in the backwaters of Omkareshwar dam near Jyotirlinga temple. The new tourist destination will have cottages and restaurants to offer a relaxing holiday trip for visitors. It will also have facilities like water sports, surfing and a cruise boat, waterfront rental cottages & an restaurant...More
Omkareshwar is a Hindu temple dedicated to God Shiva. It is one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river; the shape of the island is said to be like the Hindu "OHM" symbol.
There are two main temples of Lord Shiva here, one to Omkareshwar (whose name means "Lord of Omkaara or the Lord of the Om Sound") located in the island and one to Amareshwar (whose name means "Immortal lord" or "lord of the Immortals or Devas") located on the south bank of Narmada River on the mainland. As per the sloka on dwadash jyotirligam, Mamleshwar the other name of Amareshwar is the jyotirling, nonetheless, many consider both Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar equally sacred and representative of jyotirling at this sacred place.
Asirgarh Fort is an Indian fortress (qila) situated in the Satpura Range about 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of the city of Burhanpur, and 50 kilometres from Khandwa in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Because the fortress commands a pass through the Satpuras connecting the valleys of the Narmada and Tapti rivers, one of the most important routes from northern India to the Deccan, it was known as the "key to the Deccan". During the Mughal Era, it was considered that the Deccan started here while the empire from Asirgarh to Delhi was considered Hindustan.