A very beautiful and picturesque destination, Bhind, located in Madhya Pradesh is one of the 16 districts of the state. Bhind is known for its beauty, tranquility and it is also famous for its ancient temples and historical structures like Ganesh temple, Ater Fort etc.
Bhind city guide is incomplete without a mention of its historical grandeur. Bhind has got its name from the Saint Bhindi. The district is spread in an area of 4,459 sq. km. The soil of Bhind is very fertile and appropriate for carrying out nearly all agricultural practices. Bhind is beautifully surrounded by the Sind, Kali and Chambal rivers along with the tributary of the Kunwari and Puhuj.
Bhind is often visited by locals of the state as well as by the tourists from all over the country in pursuit of serenity. The town of Bhind is the district headquarters and is bounded by Jalaun, Etawah, and Jhansi and Agra districts of Uttar Pradesh in the north and east, Gwalior in the south west, and Morena in the west.