The historical village Pavnar, situated 70 km south-west
of Nagpur and 10kms north-east of Wardha, on the banks of Dham River was
named after the legendary Rajput ruler Pavan. Major attractions of Pavnar
are Gandhi Kuti and the Paramdham Ashram of Acharya Vinoba Bhave (Vinoba
Ashram), the great social reformer and campaigner. The ashram was established
in the year 1934. On the premises of ashram one can find the display of
unearthed stone panels of the Wakataka Dynasty, which are said to be excavated
at the ashram.