Datia is a city in Madhya Pradesh, a province of Central India. It is an antiquated town, said in the Mahabharata controlled by King 'Dantavakra'. The town is 69 km from Gwalior, 325 km south of New Delhi and 320 km north of Bhopal. Around 15 km from Datia is Sonagiri, a holy Jain slope. Datia is likewise around 34 km from Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh and 52 km from Orchha. The closest air terminal is at Gwalior. It was earlier the seat of the eponymous regal state in the British Raj. Datia is arranged close Gwalior and on the fringe with Uttar Pradesh U.P.. The old town is encompassed by a stone divider, including lovely royal residences and greenery enclosures.
Datia is best known for the Pitambara Peeth, a well known shaktipitha situated at the passageway of Datia. This journey spot highlights Bagalamukhi Devi Temple and Dhumavati Mai Temple, built up by Shri Golokwasi Swamiji Maharaj. Vankhandeshwar, a Mahabharat period sanctuary of Lord Shiva, is likewise arranged here. A sanctuary of the goddess Peetaambara Bagalamukhi, Siddh Baba Mandir in town Kurthara found 21 km from Datia and white marble Jain sanctuaries are situated at Sonagiri. Sonagiri is found 9 miles from Datia and is all around associated by street and prepare.