Situated in the heart of India, Jabalpur is a picturesque town with vast offering in terms of sightseeing and picnic. It is home to the famous gorge in River Narmada – Marble Rocks & Dhuandhar Falls. Surrounding the whole are rocky and forested mountains that accord the place unique landscape and hence beauty.
The places worth visiting
while Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh:
Dumna Nature Reserve:
A wildlife conservation center and tourism
spot with vast enchanting Khandari Lake
in the center. This is an ideal spot for picnic besides
wildlife watching and birding.
In winters large number of migratory ducks can be sighted in calm waters of the isolated lake.
Bargi Resort :
Ideal place for water sports, cruise and boating.
This peaceful serene part of the Bargi Dam
is an ideal place for picnic and stay. MP Tourism
hotels & restaurants manage the place most
frequented by the visitors to Jabalpur.
Pariyat Lake :
This is a large lake engulfed by pristine forests and mountains.
It is home to Indian fresh water crocodile and many migratory birds. Winter is the best time to spend
a holiday here.
Madan Mahal Fort :
an ancient Gond Fort built in 10th Century
AD by Madan Shah Son of Queen Durgavati
who ruled over Jabalpur and Mandla.
Marble Rocks :
A beautiful white water gorge in River Narmada
for boating amidst Rocky Mountains of colored marble. It
is popularly called as Bheraghat.
Dhuandhar Falls :
Fine sprays of water like thin strands of smoke charge at
you as you near this magnificent water fall before the Marble
Rocks. Hence the name Dhuandhar or Smoky falls.
Chausath Yogini & Shiva Temple: Set in midst is the Temple is dedicated
to Lord Shiva and in the courtyard are
idols of 64 Yoginis of Goddess
Durga. Built on hill top near Bheraghat
this temple complex portrays beliefs and
traditions of ancient civilizations that ruled Central
Rani Durgavati Wildlife Sanctuary:
Forty km from Jabalpur this small sanctuary is a good place
to spend holiday’s wildlife watching and birding.
Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary : 100 km from Jabalpur NWLS is home to tiger,sleopards, crocodiles, common otters and Indian Wolf. Chinkara deer and Nilgai are common sight along with langurs, wild boars and rhesus macaque.
Rani Durgawati Museum:
Displays ancient artifacts of Gond,
Kulchuri dynasties that once ruled over
Narmada: Spiritual place for Hindu's Gwarighat
is a stepped embankment on the banks of River Narmada.
It is the place of Hindu temples, Saints & enlightened Yogis and place where
Hindu rites and rituals are performed. The cremating grounds are at a distance on
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