Narsinghgarh a princely state, district Rajgarh is the centre of akhand Bharat. The town is nearly 300 years old having been founded in 1681 by Dewan Parasram. The rulers of Narsinghgarh, known for their farsightedness, recognized the importance of water conservation and took measures to maintain the water level in the town. They constructed three lakes to ensure a steady and reliable water supply for the community.

One of the less known facts about our town is, India’s first freedom fighter Prince Kunwar Chain Singh of Narsinghgarh, initiated an armed war against the British in 1824 which is 33 years before 1857 battle, setting the stage for future uprisings and ultimately inspiring the larger revault of 1857. Even Rani Laxmi Bai was also inspired by our brave Kunwar Chain Singh.

The town is surrounded by the Vindhyachal mountain range. The Vindhyachal Range is known for its unique geographical features, cultural significance, and religious importance.
One of the famous incidents related to the Vindhyachal mountains is Lord Rama’s meeting with Lord Hanuman. It is believed that Lord Hanuman, the devotee and faithful servant of Lord Rama, met him in the Vindhyachal region and offered his unwavering support and assistance.

Our town is a place of extraordinary uniqueness, as it is home to several temples that hold a special place in the world. Among these remarkable places of worship are the Narsingh Temple, Karni Mata Temple, and Hinglaj Mata Temple.

The Narsingh Temple is an exceptionally rare gem, one of only two in the entire world. Here, devotees pay homage to Lord Narsingh, fourth avatar of Lord Vishnu, whose divine presence is believed to offer protection, courage, and triumph over evil. The idol of Lord Narsingh is made in Nepali style with ashta – dhatu ( a unique mixture of eight metals namely gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead, mercury, iron, pewter) weighing 280 kilograms. The idol is indeed a rare piece of cultural artifact.

Another exceptional treasure in our town is the Karni Mata Temple, also one of only two such temples worldwide.

Furthermore, my town is blessed with the Hinglaj Mata Temple, one of only three in existence across the globe. Hinglaj Mata, a powerful Hindu goddess associated with strength and protection, is revered by devotees seeking prosperity and well-being.

The fort of Narsinghgarh attracts many tourists all the year round. It was built nearly 300 years ago, covering an area of 45.323 acres. This fort is one of the India’s most majestic forts and the third largest fort in Madhya Pradesh, India. Narsinghgarh fort is actually fort- cum palace built atop a mountain overlooking the city. In 1952, some part of Aan movie was filmed in the fort and covered the natural beauty of the town. The fort symbolizes the rich historical legacy of the place.

Also schools of state times Shasakiya Sangeet Mahavidhyalaya ( Government music college of Narsinghgarh) established in 1941 and Govt. High Sec. School Narsinghgarh Sanskrit Shala was established in 1942 holds historical importance.

Narsinghgarh’s main tourist attractions are Bada Mahadev Mandir, Chota Mahadev Mandir, Gupteshwar Mahadev Mandir, Nadiya Pani, Kodu Pani, Raghunathji Mandir, Badi Hanuman Gadi, Shri Jagannath Mandir, Choti Hanuman Gadi , Shri Jamaat Mandir, Kherabad Hanuman Mandir, Sanka Shyam Ji ki Chhatri, Kotra Mata Ji Temple, Kotra Adventure trail with cave paintings and the Jal Mandir. There is also Swarn Jain temple, dedicated to Mallinath Swami along with Jain Dadawadi, it is made up of marble with detailed mirror and gold work, a visual treat for the visitors.

Madhya Pradesh is home to 12 of India’s national parks 3 biosphere reserves & 24 wildlife sanctuaries . One of such wildlife sanctuaries is near Narsinghgarh, which is called “Paradise of Peacock”(chidi kho). Chidi kho is among one of the 25 sanctuaries of M.P. established in 1978 under Forest Division Rajgarh Social Forestry. The sanctuary is situated on N.H. 46, 80 kms from Bhopal, 221 kms from Indore and 278 kms from Kota. The forest covers an area of 57.197 sq. km. In the centre of this sanctuary is the Chidikho Lake which is the abode of numerous migratory birds. State bird “doodh raj” and the national bird peacock, neelgai, large herds of sambhar are commonly sighted here. The sanctuary offers cycling and boating facilities to tourists as well. Wildlife enthusiasts, bird lovers and trekkers are guaranteed to enjoy this beautiful place.

One of the most colorful festivals of India is Holi. Holi and Rangpanchami of Narsinghgarh is very special.
One of the traditional customs in Narsinghgarh involves filling DOLCHAS (large pitchers or containers) with colored water and throwing them (dolcha maar) at each other during the festivities. People joyfully splash and spray the colored water on each other, creating a lively and playful atmosphere.

So, people from all over the globe are invited to our HUMSUBVAN farm in Narsinghgarh and enjoy our beautiful town and traditional mouth watering dal – baati – churma.