Govindgarh the summer capital of Mahraja Rewa, is about 18 km from Rewa in Madhya Pradesh, India. The Rewa, with a region of around 13,000 mi², was the biggest royal state in the Bagelkhand Agency and the second biggest in Central India Agency. The British political specialist for Bagelkhand dwelled at Satna, on the East Indian railroad. The Bagelkhand Agency was broken up in 1933 and Rewa was set under the specialist of the Indore Residency.
The Department of Tourism, Government of Madhya Pradesh State has as of late rented out Govind Garh Fort to a Delhi-based Company for changing over into a Heritage Hotel and Resorts and creating other tourism related exercises on the related lands. The Sunderja Mangoes of the Govind Garh are acclaimed in the nation. Govindgarh is otherwise called ‘Mini Vrindavan’ and countless sanctuaries are arranged in the district.
Significant sanctuaries are Ram Govind Temple, Panchmukhi Temple, Chowandi Temple, Shiv Temple, Hanuman Temple. Every one of these sanctuaries are inside the region of the well known Govind Garh Fort. It is likewise trusted that the name Govind Garh depended on the Govind Temple currently arranged inside the Govind Garh Fort premises. The primary harvests of the locale are rice, millets and wheat. More than 33% of the territory was secured with timberlands, yielding timber and lac.