Beehad of Chambal

Beehad (बीहड़) of Chambal: Bihad/ Beehad of Chambal in eastern Rajasthan lies within the semi-arid zone of north-western India at the border of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh States. Chambal ravine or 'beehad' in Dholpur district of Rajasthan has harboured dacoits (bandits) for centuries. In modern times, due to the old legends and rugged terrain, the labyrinthian ravines along the river were hiding places to gangs of bandits led by colourful figures like Man Singh, Daku Madho Singh, Paan Singh Tomar and Phoolan Devi. The last notable dacoit, Nirbhay Gujjar was killed in 2005. 
Yesterday i got time to visit Beehad area of Rajasthan during my visit to Gwalior through Dholpur district of Rajasthan. Beehad was known for dacoits once but now govt. must take some initiative to use this area for industry or proper forest instead of Beehad which is hardly useful for state people as on date. Here are some of Pictures click through Mobile which display calm beauty of these beehad.