Jabalpur

Jabalpur is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. An ancient city in central India on the shores of the holy river Narmada, Jabalpur is one of the major urban cities in the state of MP. It is famous for its Dhunadhar fall and the white marble rocks formations.

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Bada Fawara Market
Within Jabalpur city limits
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Bada Fawara is a chowk located in Jabalpur. It translates to 'Big Fountain'. Jabalpur is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is commonly referred to as the heart of the city and is surrounded by a very old market. It is near Kamaniya Gate which is made in memory of Tripuri Adhiveshan, 1939, conducted by Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Bada Fawara is famous for its shopping, one can buy anything and everything. It is the reason why the Bada Fawara market is a popular destination. It is also known as Bada Fuhara in Jabalpur.

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Badshah Halwai Temple is a historic Hindu temple in Badalpur dedicated to Lord Shiva. The mandir is built atop a hill, an ancient cave from the period of Rani Durgawati. It is also nearby Gwarighat, a small town on the banks of river Narmada. It is at a distance of 11. 5 kms from Jabalpur. The Chandi Mata Mandir is also nearby. It is a popular spot for people who enjoy the divine atmosphere.

The history of Badshah Halwai Mandir dates back to the Kalchuri Dynasty. It is believed that the temple was constructed during the 17th-18th century and that the statues are also from the same ...

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Baglamukhi Temple, Jabalpur
7.1 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Baglamukhi Temple is famous for its rich and colorful facades and numerous deities and shrines. It is located just 7. 1 kms away from Jabalpur and is well within the town limits.

The Baglamukhi Temple in Jabalpur is one of the most spiritual places in the area. The temple clearly portraits the rich culture of the area through its extravagant stone carvings and the beautiful architecture. The temple is adorned with colourful structures like that of the Madhura Meenakshi Temple. The Baglamukhi Temple was built during the reign of the Gond dynasty which is evident from the type of arc...

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Bajnamath Mandir, Jabalpur
Within Jabalpur city limits
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The Bajnamath Mandir, also known as Tantric Temple, is located in the city's Medical Road Garha.

There are many places where Baba Bhairav is believed to live even now. In total, there are 17 such places. Bajnamath Mandir is one such place. These places were very famous among Gondashakas. Bajnamath Temple is a shrine that was built under the auspicious constellation during the reign of the Gond ruler Sangram Shah. Sangram Shah was a great devotee of Lord Bhairav and worshiped here with a great devotion. Due to this, he never lost a battle. The construction of the temple's idol dates b...

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Balancing Rocks, Jabalpur
12.8 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Jabalpur is best known for its famous natural marvel- the Balancing Rocks. Located at a distance of 12. 8 kms from the main city, it is situated near the base of Madan Mahal Fort in Deotal, near a place called Shailparna. This roadside rock formation is composed of a big oval stone steadied over another large one, with the point of contact being only about 6 square inches. It may seem that the rock may slide down any time, but it's astonishing to see how steady it is. It is an eroded volcanic rock formation.

On your way back from the mighty Madan Mahal Fort, on the top of a rocky ...

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Bargi Dam
40 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Bargi Dam is built on Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh and is just 40 kms away from Jabalpur city. It is the first dam to be completed on Narmada river.

Construction of Bargi Dam started in 1974 and ended in 1990. The height of the dam is 69m and length being 5. 4km. The main dam is built near Bargi village, on National Highway-7 which connects Jabalpur and Nagpur from which it got its name. Two irrigational projects namely Bargi Divisional project and Rani Avantibai Lodhi Sagar project have been developed by Bargi Dam. The central water and power commission intellectualized the ten...

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Bhadbhada Waterfall
17 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Bhadbhada Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall situated 17 kms east of Jabalpur, in Jamatara village. On an average, it takes 43 minutes to reach the waterfall. The waterfall is also nearby Bhopal. It is an extremely photographic destination. The scenery is wonderful and it's an active tourist spot.

This waterfall is based over the Gaur River, which is one of the helping rivers of river Narmada. It forms in rainy and monsoon season and it creates a charming environment to attract visitors. Many of the river valleys are studded with numerous potholes in chotanagpur highlands where riv...

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Bhainsaghat
50 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Bhainsaghat is a mountain range situated at a distance of 50 kms from the city of Jabalpur, in Madhya Pradesh, India. The route to Bhainsaghat from Jabalpur is via road which is full of twists and turns and serves to be an adventure in itself. It can be reached by car.

The Bhainsaghat is a purely natural place with little or no human interference. It is a beautiful creation of nature which can be enjoyed by everyone. Due to the human isolation, it is rare to find any restaurant or eating joint on the mountain range. There is also a waterfall which adds to the beauty of this place. I...

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Bhawartal Garden, Jabalpur
Within Jabalpur city limits
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Situated in the heart of the city of Jabalpur, the Bhawartal Garden is one among the famous relaxation spots for tourists. Only about 1 km away from the city bus stand, the garden is one among the family-friendly attractions in Jabalpur.

Developed by the municipal corporation of Jabalpur, the Bhawartal Garden is popular among the young and old. The garden is crowded with senior citizens in the mornings, doing their excercises and yoga classes. It is the perfect spot for the old to take in some fresh air and better their health. The weekends are pervaded with kids and the families....

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Bhedaghat Marble Rocks
23 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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The Narmada River makes its way through the beautiful Marble rocks that stand along on both the sides of this majestic river. It is situated in Bhedaghat, a small town which is at a distance of around 23 kms from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. These rocks act as gateways to the river that narrows down further and plunges into a waterfall known as Dhuandar waterfall.

The transformation of white rock into different shades of pink, brown due to the golden globe in the sky, can be seen as one makes its way through a long stretch of the 2 km long gorge. The seismic upheavals lead to the form...

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Chauragarh Fort
136 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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The Chauragarh Fort is a historic fort situated on a peak of the Satpura range. The fort is 136 kms away from Jabalpur.

The Chauragarh Fort was built during the 16th century A. D. The fort was built with stone, limestone and mud. The place is famous for its rich history and heritage. The fort is vast and has many ancient buildings within. The Rewa Kund and the ancient pyramidal temple, which houses the broken sculpture of Narsingh is from the Kalchuri period. The fort has three entrances which are usable even now. The architectural excellence shown in all the Gond dynasty monuments...

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The Chausat Yogini temple is one of the oldest heritage sites in India. It was built in 10th century AD. The temple is situated just 5 kms away from Jabalpur.

The temple is devoted to the goddess Durga and 64 yoginis. The temple itself is an architectural wonder. The whole structure is made with local granite and the carvings are mesmerizing. It was built during the reign of the Kalachuri dynasty. The architecture of the temple is very similar to that of Khajurao. The temple itself is situated on a hilltop, some 150 plus steps leads to the main complex of the temple which has 95 sh...

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A picturesque pond located on the Nagpur Road at Mahanadda, close to Tripuri chowk in Jabalpur, the Devtal Garden and Pond serve as a vent of air amidst heat belts of urban existentialism.

Literally translated to God's Pond, the Devtal is as ageless as God and hence is widely believed to be one of the oldest Tal (pond) in the city. The pond carries a historical significance with it. It is said to have been built during the Gond dynasty and temples built around the pond create a juxtaposition of cultural and religious hubs in the city. The garden alongside, is a paradise for admirat...

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Dhuandhar Falls
30 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Apart from the famous Marble Rocks and the Balancing Rocks, the Dhuandhar Falls is Jabalpur's key tourist spot. The word 'Dhuandhar' is derived by combining two Hindi words- 'Dhuan' meaning smoke and 'Dhar' meaning flow, which means a waterfall where we get a smoke-like feeling. This smoke is formed by water vapours. Also known as Smoke Cascade, the quaint Dhuandhar Falls is located at Bhedaghat, approximately 30 kms away from the main city of Jabalpur. It is placed on the renowned Narmada River, one among the five holy rivers of India. It is believed that one dip in the holy river can wash a...

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Dumna Nature Reserve
10 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Dumna Nature Reserve is one of the major tourist attractions for nature lovers in Jabalpur District of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated at a distance of 10 kms from Jabalpur. This nature reserve provides a calming atmosphere for the peace seekers and takes the visitors away from the city life giving them an insight into the beauty of nature.

Dumna Nature Reserve is an eco-tourism site in Jabalpur which covers an area of 1058 hectares of land. It is well-known for its rich diversity of wildlife animals. One can spot a Chital (also known as spotted deer), Wild Boar (also known as wild ...

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Ghanta Ghar, Jabalpur
Within Jabalpur city limits
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One among the many tourist attractions in the city of Jabalpur is Ghanta Ghar. It is an aged, old clock tower which counts as a major landmark in Jabalpur. Located at a distance of about 2 km from Jabalpur Railway Station, Ghanta Ghar is the oldest possession of the city.

Situated in the heart of the city of Jabalpur, Ghanta Ghar or Clock Tower goes way back in time. Having four clock faces, it was earlier used as a public clock as most people did not have wrist watches or wall clocks at home like we all have today. At present, it is a popular tourist spot in the city and is merel...

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Ghughra Falls
22.5 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Gughra falls are located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, it is situated 5 kms from Bhedaghat and at a distance of 22. 5 kms from Jabalpur.

Gughra falls is a small waterfall in Jabalpur which offers a great scenic view with crystal clear water. The water falls from a height of 15 meters and is connected to the religious River Narmada. It is a tourist destination but not that crowded so one can enjoy peacefully here with family and friends. This small waterfall is surrounded by lush greenery all around.

Various trails connect the gughra falls and can be reached ...

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Gurudwara Gwari Ghat Saheb is located near Gwari Ghat, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Gwari Ghat is also one of the most famous tourist places in Jabalpur. So you can reach Gwari Ghat Saheb by taking a cab or by public transport from Jabalpur Railway station as it is very near to the station.

Gurudwara is a religious place for Sikhs. Sikhs from all over India come to this place and offer prayers to Guru Nanak Saheb. This Gurudwara is on one of the banks of River Narmada. When Guru Nanak Saheb, the founder of Sikhism, traveled over India to spread the message, it was done in four journey...

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Gwarighat
14 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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About 14 kms from Jabalpur city, travel to Gwari Ghat is well facilitated by a well-lit and uniform road, and gauge track connecting to the Main Railway Station. The ghat stands high on the Ghats of River Narmada, paying homage every evening to what is considered to be the most holy river in the region.

The Gwari Ghat is the grandest among the innumerous ghats that stand as embellishments on the banks of River Narmada. The Narmada is considered to be so holy that while a dip in the Ganges purifies a soul, whereas a mere look at the Narmada suffices. The 'Narmada Aarti' at the eveni...

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Hanuman Tal, Jabalpur
Within Jabalpur city limits
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Hanuman Tal is a popular lake located within the city limits of Jabalpur.

The name Hanuman Tal came as a lake was formed when Lord Hauman placed his feet on the ground. There are many temples and mosques around the Hanumantal Lake and the Bada Jain Hanumantal Temple is also very popular in Jabalpur. Hanumantal is one of the 52 lakes in Jabalpur out which 13 lakes have already dried, so the government has taken the whole responsibility of maintaining these lakes. Beohar family has also dedicated one of the ghats on the banks of the Hanumantal Lake. Other major attractions near Hanum...

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Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir, Jabalpur is located within the city and you can reach the temple from Jabalpur railway station by using a cab or public transport as the bus stop is very near to the temple.

Hanumantal Bada Jain temple is actually a Jain temple which was built in 1686, later renovated in the 19th century. The temple holds many images of Kalachuri period and also an original crafted image of Lord Adinath. It has also images of Maratha, Mughal rulers and British periods along with the images of India's independence. It has many shikharas which make it look like a fortress...

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Kachnar City Shiva Temple
10.1 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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The Kachnar City in Jabalpur is a renowned tourist attraction and religious destination for visitors from all over the world. Also known as 'Vijaynagar', Kachnar City is said to be the Pride of Jabalpur. Located at a distance of 10. 1 kms from the main city, it is situated in the outer region of Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Kachnar City is famous for its enormous Lord Shiva Statue that attracts tourists and devotees.

Built in the year 2004 and made available to the public from 15th February, 2006, the Lord Shiva Statue is around 76 feet tall, equivalent to 23 metre...

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Kamania Gate, Jabalpur
6.7 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Jabalpur, a city in Madhya Pradesh derives its name from being the native land of great 'Jabali Rishi', In it resides the Kamaniya gate which is one of the best shopping places in town, at a distance of 6. 7 kms from Jabalpur.

Regent of Richard Jenkins (1818-1830), captain Montgomery built the Kamania Gates. It is located in the heart of old Jabalpur city. It is a relic of the pre-British era when it was under the Bonsels of Nagpur and was a Maratha Suba. Kamania is derived from the word Kaman meaning 'arch' or 'bow' which is the lower part of the gate. The clock that is to be fou...

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Kanha National Park
162 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Kanha National Park the largest National Reserve in central India. It is cushioned in the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh. It is situated in Maikal ranges of Satpura mountains, which form the central Indian highlands. You can reach there by air to Jabalpur airport or by train to Jabalpur railway station and then hire a cab or by public transport you can reach the biggest Tiger reserve. It is located at a distance of 162 Kms from the city of Jabalpur.

Kanha National Park has been now named as Kanha Tiger reserve as it has taken the initiative to protect tigers, which are on their way...

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Kankali Devi Temple, Jabalpur
30 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Kankali Devi Temple is located in the village of Tigawa, in Sihora which lies near the city of Jabalpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Goddess Kankali Devi and is also known for its Historical importance. The Holy place is situated at a distance of 30 kms from the city of Jabalpur and can be easily reached via train, car or bus.

Kankali Devi Temple is the one of the oldest surviving Hindu Temples in Jabalpur. It is one of the most notable temple and belongs to the Gupta Period in Indian History. It is the best example of the formative stages of sacred Hind...

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Khandari Lake
13.2 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Along with historic and religious significance, Jabalpur is also a nature's delight. Among many heavenly tourist spots to enjoy the beauty of nature is the Khandari Lake. Located at a distance of about 13. 2 kms from the main city, this mesmerizing beauty is a must visit spot for all tourists.

The Khandari Lake is situated in the Dumna Nature Reserve Park, on the Dumna Airport Road. Among forests and wildlife, this scenic beauty definitely stands out. The lake was built in the 19th century by J. H. Morris, Chief Commissioner of Central Provinces and Berar. The main intention of m...

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Lamheta Ghat
17.5 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Lamheta ghat is a ghat on the banks of river Narmada situated at a distance of 17. 5 kms from Jabalpur. This ghat provides a panoramic view of river Narmada and has religious and scientific importance.

Lamheta ghat is also known as paramhans ghat as the banks have the pramhans ashram situated on them. It is also dotted with small shrines. This ghat was said to be the most famous meditating spot for sadhus and Rishis. In Scientific sense it is a good place for the research of geology. It is also known for the fossils of dinosaurs. The temples situated around and near the temple prov...

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Maa Narmada Temple, Gwarighat
14.2 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Maa Narmada Temple is a Hindu temple situated on the banks of river Narmada at Gwarighat Jabalpur. It is located at a distance of 14. 2 kms from Jabalpur via Narmada- Gwarighat rd. On average it would take around 30-40 mins to reach Maa Narmada Temple from Jabalpur City center.

The maa Narmada temple is a holy place where people worship and praise the religious river Narmada as their goddess. The temple is in the middle of the river and is considered as sacred and historic. The temple is famous for the its spirituality because, just like Ganga Aarti at Haridwar, an Aarti ritual is ...

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Madan Mahal Fort
Within Jabalpur city limits
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Madhya Pradesh is a state where you can find lots of forts being the heart of India and primary place where kings used to live, they built many forts as the rocky areas and dry areas are present in central and northern side of Madhya Pradesh and they were built in such a way that they are now attracting many tourists from all over the world. One such fort is Madan Mahal fort in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It is the most popular tourist attraction of Jabalpur. It is located within the city and can be reached by train.

It was built in 11th century by Gond ruler Madan Singh. It was main...

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Nidan Falls, Jabalpur
30 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Nidan Falls also often referred to as the Katangi Falls is an eye pleasing water fall which is situated in the village of Bhainsa in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India. The waterfall is located at a distance of 30 kms from the Jabalpur city centre and can be reached by car, taxi or bus.

The falls can be located at 1 km distance from the main road. It can be identified as the stream flowing down between the high black rocks which fall from a height of more than 100 ft. This fall is also called as Nidan Kund. The black stones have an irregular surface and forms step like apparition whic...

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Located at MP SH 22, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, within 5 kms distance from Jabalpur Train Junction, the Paat Baba Temple is a major tourist attraction that enshrines an idol of Lord Hanuman, which is considered as a Siddha Peeth (Shrine of enlightenment) by the locals.

At the doorsteps of a new century, Colonel Stanley Smith was given charge of Setting up the Gun Carriage Factory for the Colonial Government in Jabalpur. An idol of Lord Hanuman was said to have been excavated from the site under Colonel Smith's orders, as he saw the Lord himself in his dreams, while facing problems i...

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Pisanhari ki Madiya
5 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a famous Jain pilgrimage. It is located 5 kms from Jabalpur Bus stand and 8 km from the railway station.

Pisanhari Ki Madiya, meaning the temple of the -Pisanhari (the woman preparing wheat floor on hand operated stone-mill), got its name from its creator. As the story goes, a lady, who was poor and ground wheat flour by hand driven grinder for a living, is its creator. Once she heard the preaching of a Jain monk and got invigorated to build this beautiful temple. Lack of resources was a hurdle but her ardent desire made her work even harder. When she collect...

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Raja Golukdas palace is one of the oldest palaces of India. It is located in the Hanumantal world, civil lines road, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It was built by the Raja Gokuldas, one of the richest families of India.

Raja Gokulda's family shifted from Rajasthan to Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh in early 1800's. Since then they became the richest family in India. They established businesses including malguzari, banking, trading and also set up industries which had offices from Bombay to Rangoon. Seth Govindas, descendent of Raja Gokuldas, was a scholar, who wrote plenty of plays and books....

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Having major historic significance, the statues of Raja Shankar Shah and his son Raghunath Shah add to the city's historic glory. These royal statues of the rulers of the Gondwana Empire are located at a distance of 6. 1 kms from the main city of Jabalpur.

Commander Clarke was a cruel British commander who would show extreme barbarism towards the general public of Gondwana (present day Jabalpur). King Shankar Shah, being one of the most heroic rulers of the empire decided to revolt against these atrocities. This made the Commander plan an attack on the King's palace. The King was ...

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Rani Durgavati was the ruling Queen of Gondwana from 1550 until 1564. She was born in the family of famous Gurjar Chandel Emperor Keerat Rai. Her bravery to stop the Mughal Invasion of her kingdom is remembered to this day and she has been immortalized in the Rani Durgawati Museum of Jabalpur. Located at a distance of about 8. 4 kms from the main city of Jabalpur, this museum holds major historic significance which adds to the glory of Jabalpur.

The Museum is in the center of the city of Jabalpur and was established in the year 1976 and is just adjacent to the Bhawartal Garden, an...

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Sangram Sagar Lake
15 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Sangram Sagar lake is a beautiful, historic lake situated at a distance of about 15 kms away from Jabalpur. The lake was named after the gond king sangram shah who was a renowned medieval era ruler. It is situated at an altitude of 400 meters above the sea level.

The lake is situated near a medieval era fort named Bajnamath which is historically related to the sangram sagar lake. The lake is a regular destination for migratory birds like the pin-tailed ducks, coots and the red perched pilchards. These birds are mainly from the central and western parts of Asia. The aquatic life in ...

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The Sharada Mandir Madan Mahal is a historic and a very famous temple of Gondwana dynasty and is about 500 years old. It is located on the hills of Madan mahal and was constructed by the Gond rulers. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Shri Sharda Devi. It is located at a distance of 12 kms from the Jabalpur city center.

The temple cannot be directly reached by a vehicle and can only be reached by foot from Sharda chowk, it's a 800 meter treck from there. A fair is organised every Monday during the month of Monsoon. The fair has many stalls which offer local food and souvenirs. The...

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Shri Pat Baba Mandir, Jabalpur
3.4 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Apart from a city having great historic significance, Jabalpur also comprises of various sacred temples for tourists to reaffirm their faith in God. One of them being the Shri Pat Baba Mandir, it is one among the most famous temples in the city of Jabalpur. About 3. 4 kms away from the main city of Jabalpur, this holy temple is situated in GCF Jabalpur Complex, made in the honour of Lord Hanuman.

Colonel Stanley Smith was failing at his attempts to build a Gun Carriage Factory in Jabalpur. In utter dilemma and worry, he dreamt of an ancient idol of Lord Hanuman buried in the groun...

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Tilwara Ghat
Within Jabalpur city limits
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Tilwara Ghat is situated on the banks of river Narmada in Jabalpur. It is situated very close to Jabalpur railway station.

Tilwara ghat is one of the best-developed ghats present near Narmada river. It also has Gandhi Smarak, it is the ghat where Gandhi's ashes were immersed in the Narmada. It is also the place where Tripuri Congress opening session was held in 1939. It is also a pilgrimage center for tourists as the famous Tilwadeshwar temple is located here. Many other temples like Mala Devi Mandira, Pisan Hari Jain temples, Roopnath Lingam Temple is also located here because of ...

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Uma Ghat, Jabalpur
14.2 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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Uma Ghat is a devotional river bank of Narmada situated at a distance of 14. 2 kms from Jabalpur.

Uma ghat is the name of the bank of river Narmada which is made permanently by sands and stone sculptures. It is a holy and spiritual area with a statue of Maa Narmada - the personification of the river Narmada - in the river.

The biggest gurudwara in Jabalpur is located on Uma ghat, one has to climb 50-60 stairs to reach the gurudwara but it's worth the effort. Shiv mandir is also located next to the car parking and is one of the oldest temples there. This place also offer...

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Vijayragav Garh Fort
127.5 kms from Jabalpur city limits
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The Vijayragav Garh Fort is a historic fort situated in the Katni district of Madhya Pradesh. The fort is 127. 5 kms away from Jabalpur.

The fort was built by Thakur Prayag Das in 1826. He was the son of the powerful Maihar King Bisan Singh. The fort was built with sand stone and is surrounded by a deep trench similar to that one in the Red Fort. It was dedicated to the lord Vijayragav and hence its name. The fort was attacked by the British during the revolt of 1857 and in the attack some parts of the fort were damaged. The fort is a perfect specimen of the architectural excell...

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