1- Aproach Route and Mode

By Air

Gwalior Airport (Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal) is the nearest airdrome which takes 2 hours 48 minutes drive (125.6 km) to reach the destination.

By Train

Shivpuri railway line is well connected to cities like Delhi (400 kms), Bhopal (300 kms), Indore (400 kms).

By Road

   Shivpuri is connected by road with Bhopal (300 kms), Delhi (400 kms). Indore (400 kms), Jhansi (100 kms), and many more cities.

National Highway 46 from Gwalior to Betul and National Highway 27 from Gujarat to Assam pass through here and connect it to many other places by road. NH 3 Agra Mumbai National Highway is also here.


 2- Facilities for Sports and Training


a) Sports Facilities











Lawn Tennis




Table Tennis







b) Training facilities.



Smart Room

Relief area


Computer Lab

Digital Sand Model

North Gallery

Standard Obstacle


Sand Model

Section and Platoon Formation Plinth

Drill Nursery

IED Lane


Field Fortification Area

Circuit PT Ground

Baffle Firing Range

Parade Ground

Wire Obstacle Area

Fitness corner

D Post


Map, GPS, Compass etc.



3. Climate Condition


Shivpuri has a cold and dry climate. The hot season starts from mid-April and lasts till mid-May-June. The temperature in June touches 45 degrees Celsius. Monsoon arrives in the district by the end of June or the first week of July and the weather becomes cooler due to humidity. The district receives rain from the Arabian Sea. By the end of September, the rains stop. Shivpuri receives an average rainfall of 816.3 mm.


4. General Terrain 


Shivpuri district is bounded on the north by Morena, Gwalior and Datia districts, on the east by Jhansi district of UP, on the west by Kota district of Rajasthan and on the south by Guna district. The district headquarter Shivpuri is located on NH-46, 113 KM from Gwalior and 98 KM from Guna. The district is mostly situated on small hill tops covered with deciduous forests where the slope is gentle with evergreen vegetation and good forests all around.


The district can be divided into three main divisions on the basis of geographical location:

Bundelkhand Traps: It consists mostly of pre-Dharwar granites. It consists of an area of ​​1.539 square miles (3985.99 sq km) along with the eastern side of the district.

Upper Vindhyas: The sandstones of KaimurRewa and Bhander are commonly found in this region. The basins are very shallow and this shows that little has changed since the Vindhya period. This area occupies the west half of the district.

Deccan Traps: It mainly constitutes of undulating plains and flat-topped ranges of hills. It covers an area of ​​426 square miles (1103.34 sq km) towards the southern parts of the district – towards Bhaderwas, Barokara laterite and aluminum are also found and covers an area of ​​374.80 sq mi (968.66 sq km)


5. a) Flora


The tree species commonly found in the district are Khair, Kardhai, Dho, Salaj, Tendu, Pal, Mahua, Kar, Curry, Saja, Koha, Jamun, Saj, DhamanKaim, Semal, Tinch and Amaltas. The normal height of the trees is 15 m to 20 m from and the circumference is 40 cm to 50 cm.


 B) Fauna


Due to deforestation, there has been a steady decline in the wildlife in the district. In ancient times the forests were dense and a good number of animals could be seen. There is a national park in the district where a good number of animals can be seen. The following animals are still found- Nahar tiger (Felis tigris), Tendua-panther (Pelisparadus), Ladya jackal (Cummins orens), Hyena (Hyena strata), Bear, Sloth bear, Sambhar (Carvas unicolor), Pig, Wild bears (Sus chryslatus), fox (Vulpes bengalenenis), chinkara (Gaslesbenetii), blackbuck (Antelope cervicapra) and langur. The main birds are the Shikara Hawk, the Common Crow, the Commons Gray House Ko and all the Black Crows rival the Green Pigeon, the Gray Jungle Bird, the Peacock-Peacock, the Jungle Bush Bwell and the Bustard Quail.


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