Shahdol Province is the district of Madhya Pradesh in northeastern India. The ancient name was Massa raj or Virat empire in the name of the great king Maharaja Virata. The city of Shahdol is the capital of the region. The region previously included the Shahdol division. The district was named after Shahdolwa Ahir of Sohagpur village who is believed to have founded the former town of Shahdol about 2.5 miles [2.5 km] away. from Sohagpur. The ancestor of the Ex-Illakadar family of Sohagpur, Jamni Bhan was the second son of Maharaja Virbhan Singh of Bagelkhand.
Shahdol is famous for its religious and spiritual heritage. With its many temples dedicated to several deities, the city is a real delight for pilgrims. The ancient temple of Pirateshwar dedicated to Lord Shiva is one of the most attractive places in Shahdol.
Its total area is 6205 km2.
There are 6 total villages in Shahdol.
There are 844 villages in the region.
There are 8 total cities in the region.
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