Bandhavgarh Hill, having an elevation of 807 m above sea level, has provided the tiger reserve with its name. Atop the hill lies the Bandhavgarh Fort, the seat of the rulers of Rewa State until 1617 AD. Located at the centre of the park, the hills are surrounded by sloping valleys, which end in small, swampy meadows locally known as ‘bohera’. Highest in the reserve, the hill is surrounded by 32 small hillocks, which together form a number of low lying plains and valleys.
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