Corn City

Nestled in the heart of the mighty Satpura range of hills, Chhindwara is the largest district of Madhya Pradesh. Filled with Chhind or white date palm trees, Chhindwara city has thick plantation surrounding the region along with different tribal communities like Gond, Pradhan Korku and others inhabiting harmoniously together.

Chhindwara is located 110 km from Nagpur is a hub of culture and tradition and this is seen through the festivals of Mahadev Mela, Pola, Meghnath and others make it a much more pleasant place to visit. Situated on the banks of the Bodri stream, a tributary of river Kulbhera, the town also has a rich abundance of flora and fauna.