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Bhedaghat

Nabab
19th Dec 17

Wonderful water falls

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Dhuandhar Falls

Nabab
19th Dec 17

Nice place

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Dhuandhar Falls

Er abhishek Mishra
17th Dec 17

Wonderful waterfalls & awesome place to visit

Wonderful waterfalls & awesome place to visit  Video Review
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Dhuandhar Falls

Mohan Jitpure
4th Apr 17

Dhundar waterfall

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Dhuandhar Falls

Ojsrivastava
13th Oct 17

Must visit

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Bhedaghat

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13th Oct 17

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Bhedaghat

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13th Oct 17

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Bhedaghat

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13th Oct 17

So good

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Bhedaghat

Ojsrivastava
13th Oct 17

Barghi Dam 35 KM from Jabalpur City

Barghi Dam 35 KM from Jabalpur City  Video Review
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Bargi Dam

Mohan Jitpure
3rd Mar 17

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Reasons to go to Jabalpur

1Bedaghat's Marble Rocks & Dhuandhar Falls in Asoka
Bedaghat's Marble Rocks & Dhuandhar Falls in Asoka

The movie Asoka was known for its breathtaking song sequences. Most of them were shot in Madhya Pradesh. One of the songs was shot at Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Pradeep says, "Wonderful place to visit. River Narmada creates a fall between marble rocks giving an awesome view. It's good to visit between October to March. You can refresh yourself in water vapour which gives an impression of smoke."

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2Bhedaghat - Marble Rocks
Bhedaghat - Marble Rocks

Dhuandhar Falls is located at Bhedaghat in Jabalpur. It is a popular destination among tourists as well as locals. Edged by green trees and shrubs, the ruffled and bustling Narmada River falling down from a height is like a beautiful painting come alive. The smoke cascade formed by fine water sprays is indeed a visual treat. HolidayIQ tTaveller Pradeep says, "Wonderful place to visit. River Narmada creates a fall between marble rocks giving an awesome view. It's good to visit between October to March. You can refresh yourself in water vapour which gives an impression of smoke."

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3Boating among the marble rocks of Bhedaghat!
Boating among the marble rocks of Bhedaghat!

There are many beautiful boating places in India but one where you're surrounded by gorgeous marble rocks that reflect the sunlight to give off a golden slimmer is just too dreamy to sound real. Or, is it? Bhedaghat in Jabalpur promises you scenes straight out of movies and your fantasy! Everyone couple should experience boating here on a full moon night once!

HolidayIQ Traveller Vaibhav says, “This is a beautiful city famous for the marble rocks waterfall at Bhedaghat. The great holy river Narmada flows through the city, it is said the mere sight of the river is enough to cure lifetimes of negative karma. City is famous for its old churches and temples, Hindu as well as Jain. It has mixed community, people from all religions and races live here."

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4For the enchanting colors of marble as you float on water
For the enchanting colors of marble as you float on water

HolidayIQ Reviewer Indranath Banerjee says, “This is the main attraction of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. ...First, boating on the Narmada in between walls of Marble. There are different colours of marbles- white, grey, pink, greenish etc. The mesmerizing beauty of the Marble Rock makes you spell-bound. ”

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5For it's Dhuandhar Falls
For it's Dhuandhar Falls

HolidayIQ Reviewer Suresh says, “Bargi Dam a perfect destination for river cruising in Madhya Pradesh Narmada is one of the cleanest rivers in India and I was fortunate to live in a city at the bank of Narmada for 11 years. This year during summer I planned to revisit the Bargi dam. I have been there multiple times and witness the development through the years.”  


HolidayIQ Reviewer Mohan Jitpure says, “Bargi dam is the bigest dam MP tourist place Bargi Dam situated on Narmada river and biggest dam in Madhya Pradesh spread up to 110 KM from Jabalpur to Mandla District also a tourist places under MP tourism, it very good place for tourist, enjoyable, peaceful clean area favorable for all age people hotel available for stay and relax” 

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Shamsunder gaonkar

Shamsunder gaonkar5.0/5

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Jabalpur

Visit to Bheda ghat and boat ride was amazing. Weather was beautiful. Food and Shopping: Excellent food. Food at Motel Marble rocks was excellent . . Highlight of the trip: Boat ride in river Narmada at Bheda ghat will cherish for ever

Richard Wilson

Richard Wilson3.6/5

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Mr

On business in Chhapar for a week with a colleague and other friends. Travelled on to Jabalpur for sightseeing and presently surprised at the things we could see and do. The day went very well . My friends to the interesting sites. The boat trip was the best part of the day.

Recommended Duration in Jabalpur

Number of days to spend in Jabalpur as recommended by our travellers.

2 days

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Jabalpur Overview

History of Jabalpur

Located in the Maha Kaushal region of central India in the east of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is the third most populated city in the state. Katni borders Jabalpur in the north, Umaria in the north-east, Dindori in the east, Mandla at south-east and Seoni in the south. The city is also the administrative headquarters of Jabalpur District as well as Jabalpur division. Located at the north of the Narmada River, the place is a rocky area surrounded by low hills and lakes. In its past decades, Jabalpur was known as Tripuri and the Hayahaya rulers governed it. The ancient and historic epic, Mahabharata also contains references to this city. The Mughals have constantly tried to run this city but were never successful. In 1789, the city finally came under the rule of the Marathas, which was later taken over by the Britishers in 1817. Britishers, later on, established the place as a major cantonment town. It has also been a historic point in the India's independence battle.

People and Culture of Jabalpur

The culture of Jabalpur is influenced by the dynasties such as the Marathas as well as Mughal empires that ruled this region. It is also the centre of Kalchuri and the capital of the erstwhile medieval Gond rulers. Along with being a historical place, it is also an administrative and educational sector along with being the gateway to important wildlife sanctuaries like Kanha and Nauradehi. Along with being a prominent regional education hub, Jabalpur was also the centre of the Hindi Literature Movement and the Snooker game also originated here. The city is also a major spiritual centre and is the birthplace of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and Osho Rajneesh and has a significant Jain Shrine - Pisanhari Madiya. Some of the important centres of Madhya Pradesh like the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board, Tropical Forest Research Institute and some other significant ordinance factories along with the West Central Railway Zonal Headquarters of M.P. are also located in Jabalpur.

Things To Do in Jabalpur

There are many popular destinations to visit in Jabalpur namely the Rani Durgavati Museum, Madan Mahal Fort and Dumna Nature Reserve among others. The Kanha National Park and the Pench National Park near Jabalpur also major attractions of Jabalpur. The Kanha National Park is the place that inspired the great writer Rudyard Kipling for the novel 'Jungle Book'. There are many Jabalpur holiday packages too which can be opted by tourists to visit other attractions in the city.

Food and Shopping in Jabalpur

Jabalpur is famous for its khoya ki jalebi and chaats, which are extremely popular among locals and tourists alike. Although the city does have many restaurants, they serve traditional Indian fare that is available in many cities across India. However, the street food in Jabalpur should be tried by tourists. Shops located near popular attractions like the Sangram Sagar Lake serve sweet and savoury treats at affordable prices. However, there is not much to shop in Jabalpur except a few souvenir shops.

Travelling to Jabalpur

To reach Jabalpur, tourists can travel by rail, road or air. Major airline carriers operate regular flights from Delhi to the destination. It is also well connected to Bhopal, Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore and Chennai among other cities by train. Tourists can also opt for buses that ply between Jabalpur and near cities like Bhopal, Jaipur, Nagpur and Gwalior.

Accommodation options in Jabalpur

There are a number of budget hotels in Jabalpur. Many of them are located very close to the city railway station. Most of them offer modern amenities that can be enjoyed by tourists visiting the city.

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Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

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Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
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Temar falls
Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

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	Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur

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Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur

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