On your deserving vacation in Sagar, you may like to lose yourself in the many bounties of primeval India. This little city has many villages in its vicinity and allows you to experience the many charms of rural India. Steeped in ethnicity and vibrant culture Sagar, lures with its rustic charm and lures tourists of all ages. Shop for mementoes in its small curio shops, splash around in flush waterfalls, explore ancient caves or take a relaxing boat ride in its large lake—there is a lot to see and do here. This magical holiday in the confines of Madhya Pardesh introduces you to an old world charm.
Sagar was established as the capital city of the Maratha Empire, way back in 1735. Sagar was originally referred to as Sau-Garh or the Land of 100 forts. The region houses ruins of its past glory and allows you to explore its many attractions. This city is also reputed for its large lake, the Lakha Banjara Lake. The other highlights of Sagar which are worthy of a mention are Rahatgarh Waterfalls, Garhphra Temples and the Khimlasa Forts. Here you will also like to visit Varun Smriti Udhyaan—an interesting water park for those young at heart. Renowned for its many handicrafts and antiques; Marathi "dal-wafla" and the sweet Chironji Barfi, Sagar lures tourists from all walks of life.