Rewa District is a district of the Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The city of Rewa is the district headquarters. Rewa District is also known as the land of white tigers. Deorkothar is known for its Buddhist stupas and may have been established by the Maurya king Ashoka in the 3rd century BC. In ancient times, Deorkothar was located on the Dakshinapatha (Southern Trade Route) running east-west from Pataliputra (Patna) to Pratishthana in Maharashtra through Central India. The Govind Garh in Rew District is also known as "Mini Vrindavan" and a large number of famous temples are situated in the region. There are major temples like Ram Govind Temple, Panchmukhi Temple, Chowandi Temple, Shiva Temple and Hanuman Temple. All these temples are within the vicinity of the famous Govind Garh Fort. It is also believed that the name Govind Garh was based on the Govind Temple now situated within the Govind Garh fort premises.
Satna District is known as the "Cement City". It was formed in 1948. It is a district of Madhya Pradesh state. The town of Satna is the district headquarters. The district has an area of 7,502 square km, and a population of 768,648, out of which 20.63 percent of which was urban. The district has a population density of 249 persons per square km.
Sidhi District is one of the tribal districts of Madhya Pradesh state of India. The town of Sidhi is the district headquarters. The district is part of Rewa Division. The Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station supplies electricity over a wide area of Sidhi District. On one side the spectrum of its floristic socio-cultural diversity and ethnic history of tribal, the district has a panoramic view of the Kaimur, Kehejua and Ranimunda hills blazing with flowers of flame of forest and intoxicated by the sweet smell of mahua flowers. The whole of Sidhi district was part of Rewa Division of Madhya Pradesh.
Singrauli district is one of the districts in the India state of Madhya Pradesh. Singrauli district came into existence on 24th May 2008, with its headquarters at Waidhan. It was formed by separating three tehsils of the erstwhile Sidhi district: Singrauli, Deosar and Chitrangi. The Rihand Dam was built in 1961 across the Rihand River at Pipri in the neighbouring district of Sonbhadra, in Uttar Pradesh. This dam offers electricity to the industrial belt of Singrauli district.
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