Venkat Bhavan is situated in Rewa, the city of white tigers. It is a well maintained building built by the Maharaja Venkatraman Singh. It was built to provide employment to the locals during the time of the famine long back in the year 1894. The Bhavan is located at an area of 425 sq. m and was completed in the year 1907.
There are life sized carvings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and these are placed at the entrance of the Bhavan. These statues give an aesthetic look to the building. These carvings were brought from a nearby temple that was completely demolished.
There are actually twelve doors in the outer walls of the temple, and the entire Bhavan is very beautifully decorated with the statues of Gods and Goddesses. The Bhavan is very well maintained by the local authorities. This place is highly recommended for a visit.