Handi Khoh is Pachmarhi
ís most impressive ravine. It has a 300 ft high precipice, which dramatically cuts down deep into the bowels of the earth. This is a lonely place where water flows far below with an incessant mumuring sound. Overhanging crags shelter huge, undisturbed beehives to the sheer rock face. The ravine is said to be named after an eccentric Englishman who set out to explore the ravines in a state of drunkenness lost balance and fell to his death.