Patalkot is a valley in the Tamia tehsil of Chhindwara area in Madhya Pradesh, India. 'Patalkot' name originates from Sanskrit word "Patal" that implies profound. There is a conviction that subsequent to revering 'Ruler Shiva', Prince Meghnath child of Ravana had gone to Patal-lok through this place as it were. Individuals say that Bhonsle Kings administered this place in the eighteenth and nineteenth Centuries and that there was a long passage associating this place to Pachmarhi in Hoshangabad District.
The Bhonsle King after crushed from British Army discovered this place reasonable for covering up and dove deep into the woodland of Patalkot. The zone is called RajaKho in Patalkot. Customarily, the site is accepted to be the passage to Patal. This valley had for some time been cut off all things considered and was found just a couple of years back. Patalkot has been a home to an ancestral culture and custom since its starting point.