Satna district has some major religious tourism spots including 'Chitrakoot' and 'Maihar'. Satna district is proud to be close to an ancient city of Buddhist culture named 'Bharhut', whose archaeological remains are displayed in many museums in India and all over the world.In order to enlighten the glory of images of Bharhut Stupa,Bharhut Art Gallery has been established Within walking distance to the north of Satna Bus Station. The gallery is emballished with hundreds of photographs,replicas,epigraphs showing social and historical importance of the monument. Tulsi Museum at Ramvan, 16 km from the city, has many unique local artistic sculptures of ancient times. Lord Shiva temple atBirsinghpur-semariya is a famous and old temple in the region, worth visiting. Madhavgarh fort about 7 km from Satna Railway station (Rewa Road) is another place to visit around Satna.Gidhakoot(Gidhaila) parvat,laxminarayan mandir,Bada mandir(under construction)of New Deorajnagar are also tourist places.
Satna is the nearest Indian railway station for world famous temples of Khajuraho; many international tourists can be spotted here year round. Tourists normally hire taxis from the railway station with the help of MP tourism office to go toKhajuraho and come back.
Pannilal Chowk is one of the most crowded parts of city, but worth visiting as it has a long series of shops and other stores for shopping and restaurants.
Mukhtyarganj is a residence place for many of the Satna locals and among one of the best planned societies in Satna. Kotwali Chowk, Rajendra Nagar and Jawahar Nagar are other places where residential colonies have been built, there is most historical chowk at satna is Lalta Chowk, Satna.
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