Narsinghgarh, Damoh

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Narsinghgarh is a historic town located in the Rajgarh district of Madhya Pradesh, India. The town is known for its rich history, scenic beauty, and cultural heritage. It’s often referred to as the ‘Kashmir of Malwa’ due to its abundant natural beauty.

How to Reach

By Air The nearest airport to Narsinghgarh is the Raja Bhoj Airport in Bhopal, which is approximately 90 km away. Taxis and cabs are readily available from the airport for a comfortable journey to Narsinghgarh.

By Train The nearest major railway station is Bhopal Junction, which is well-connected by intercity trains. From Bhopal, you can take a train to Biaora station, which is around 30 km from Narsinghgarh. From Biaora, you can hire a taxi or rickshaw to reach Narsinghgarh.

By Bus Narsinghgarh is well-connected by road from various cities like Bhopal, Indore, Guna, Jhalawar, Kota, and Jaipur. Regular buses are available from the Narsinghgarh Bus Stand. You can also drive your car or hire a taxi for a comfortable journey.

Get Around

Narsinghgarh is a small town and can be easily explored on foot or by hiring local transportation like auto-rickshaws and taxis.

Things to Do

Narsinghgarh offers a variety of activities for visitors. You can explore the historic Narsinghgarh Fort, and visit the Bada Mahadev Mandir, Chota Mahadev Mandir, Gupteshwar Mahadev Mandir, and other temples. Nature lovers can visit the Narsinghgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.

Offbeat Places

While specific offbeat places in Narsinghgarh are not readily available, the surrounding area of the Narsinghgarh Fort offers delights for curious travelers.


Visitors can engage in a variety of activities in Narsinghgarh, including exploring the historic fort, visiting temples, enjoying the natural beauty of the wildlife sanctuary, and experiencing the local culture and traditions.

Fairs and Festivals

The town of Narsinghgarh celebrates various fairs and festivals. One of the notable ones is the Barman’s Fair, which starts from Makar Sankranti and lasts for 13 days.


Narsinghgarh offers a variety of shopping experiences. Visitors can explore local shops and markets to buy souvenirs and gifts.


While Narsinghgarh does not have a specific cuisine, the food served is a mix of royal and traditional dishes. There are plenty of restaurants that offer an authentic taste of these dishes.


There are several accommodation options available in Narsinghgarh ranging from budget to luxury hotels. Visitors are advised to check availability and book in advance.

Go Next

After exploring Narsinghgarh, visitors can travel to other interesting destinations in Madhya Pradesh such as Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, and Gwalior.