Satna owes its name to the river Satna or Sutna that flows near the city. The region shares its boundary with the Banda district of the neighbouring state of Uttar Pradesh. Situated in the Vindhyan Plateau, Satna is located at an average elevation of 1033 feet above the sea level. The region also includes few hills and hillocks such as the Vindhyachal ranges, the Kaimurs, and the Panna hills, all of which forms part of the Vindhya system. The principal rivers of the region - Paisuni, Son, and Tons drain into the Bay of Bengal through the river Ganga.
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