The Bundelkhand plateau is located in the northwest of the state. This plateau made of granite-wall is in the east of the plateau of Madhya Bharat and It is situated between 24 ° 6 to 26 ° 22 'north latitude and 77 51' to 80 ° 20 'east longitude north of the Rewa-Panna plateau. This belt is Under Chhatarpur, Tikamgarh, Datia, most of the districts, and some parts of Shivpuri, Panna, Satna, Guna fall. 23,733 sq Rivers Betwa, Dhawan, Cane, Sindh, etc. flow in this plateau area. The soil of this region is black and red soil is composed of a mixture of which lacks fertility.
Voice, the influence of continental ache on the climate of the Sundalkhanad plateau is clearly unambiguous. Here the average rain is 75 mm. In this plateau, there are hot dry deciduous forests. These include teak, Seja, sal, tendu, Khar, Naam, maha
Trees are found. The major crops of this region are wheat and jowar. Apart from this, crops of pulses and oilseeds are also grown here.
There is a substantial expansion of the practices of irrigation. Especially irrigation is supplied through canals, there is a lack of minerals in this area. Agriculture and animal husbandry is the main occupation in the Bundelkhand plateau, but from the industrial point of view, this plateau is backward. All major cities of Madhya Pradesh are connected by road, some cities also fall on the rail route. Khajuraho is connected to Delhi by the way. Khajuraho, Orchha, Datia, Chanderi, etc. are among the major tourist places in the region.
It is clear from the above-mentioned characteristics that even though the plateau of Bundelkhand is said to be backward in terms of industrial and mineral production. Bundelkhand is culturally established as the soul of the state. Once upon a time, the political crusade of Chandel and Bundelas was the main empires here. This plateau is the center of tourism due to its world-famous Khajuraho temple. This region, which is surrounded by Range, Narhat Scarp, and Chanderi Pate, is known for its historical and cultural significance.