Naraini, Madhya Pradesh, India

Naraini, a small town in Madhya Pradesh, India, is situated in the Bundelkhand region, at the confluence of the Ken and Baghain rivers. The town has a tropical climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Historically, Naraini was a part of the Chandela kingdom and later became a princely state under British rule. The town is known for its rich cultural heritage, with numerous temples and historical sites, including the Naraini Fort and the Ram Janaki Temple.

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