Built on a hillock, the Chaunsath Yogini Temple is apporached by a long flight of steps, made out of the debris of the old monuments that stood here prior to the construction of the Yogini Temple
It is 35km from Jabalpur city at the Bargi Boat club , cruise for local cruising and on demand to Mandla is available
Prettily nestled on the top of a rocky hill, the Madan Mahal Fort was built by Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah in the year 1116 AD. This fort dominates the skyline and provides a panoramic view of the town and the country side around it.
Situated 25 km away from the main city of Jabalpur on the banks of Narmada river, the marble rocks at Bhedaghat present a spectacular image to human eyes.
Rising to a height of a hundred feet and spread across 25 kms these marbles stones reflect sunlight and cast shadows on the pristine water of Narmada, creating a serene and spellbinding environment. These marble like magnesium limeston...और अधिक पढें।
Rising to a height of a hundred feet and spread across 25 kms these marbles stones reflect sunlight and cast shadows on the pristine water of Narmada, creating a serene and spellbinding environment. These marble like magnesium limestone rocks cast different colors in different lights and especially beautiful in moonlight. This area can be reached by taking a motorboat from the jetty at Panchvati Ghat (Rs. 30 per head) and its a 50 minutes ride along the river Narmada. One can You reach Bhedaghat by road by hiring a taxi from Jabalpur and it will take just 30-40 minutes to reach here. Government buses and shared auto-rickshaws are also available from Jabalpur to take you to Bhedaghat.