Dindori prefecture, formerly known as Ramgarh Oblast, is the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India. The town of Dindori is the regional capital. The region is part of the Jabalpur Division. The history of the region is similar to that of the Mandla region, as the Dindori district was established in 1998 after Mandla's split. Dindori's real name was Ramgarh until 1951, then Mandla's tehsil. Later, Ramgarh's name was renamed Dindori.
Dindori has many historical and spiritual sites. Some of the spirit sites are Laxman Madva, Kukarramath, Kalchuri Kali Mandir etc. Kanha Tiger National Park is 180 km and Bandhavgarh National Park is 140 km from the regional capital.
Its total area is 6128 km2.
There are 2 complete villages in Dindori.
There are 547 villages in the region.
There are 3 total cities in the region.
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