Jabalpur Tourism

Jabalpur is also known as the Marble City and is the erstwhile capital of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The name Jabalpur literally translates to rock city and this refers to its natural abundance of the marble rock in its reservoirs. The town earlier operating as a non descript trading town came into prominence after the British reinvented the two as an administrative headquarter and a cantonment town. Till date today Jabalpur marks its place as an important and significant reserve for Indian army reinforcements and reserves.

However the old town of Jabalpur is a reserve of a treasure trove of ancient Indian heritage in the form of beautiful monuments, palaces forts and marble rock artistry. On the summit of a barren ridged hilltop lies the Madan Mahal Fort, built in 1116, on the western fringes of the city. The fort was built as a military outpost and stronghold of the ruling empire and is a museum of artefacts dating way back to a long period in time. Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir, sitting bang on the lakefront in the north is a historic Jain temple situated in Jabalpur that is witness to glorious specimens of artistry and rock sculpture.

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Travel Guide Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir Jabalpur
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Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir

The Bada mandir situated overlooking a waterfront known as Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir is the largest Jain temple in Jabalpur and an important place of worship in the Jain faith that is intricately designed with exquisite glasswork and relief motifs and decorations in marble.

Travel Guide Madan Mahal Fort
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Madan Mahal Fort

This fort attracts tourists and is situated in the Jabalpur city. There are many heritage monuments like forts, palaces, temples, etc. which are located in Northern & Western Madhya Pradesh. Greenery scenes, forest areas are mostly found in the Southern & Eastern region.

Travel Guide Rani Durgavati Museum Jabalpur
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Rani Durgavati Museum

Jabalpur is quite an intriguing city adhering to its yesteryear’s marvel, rich heritage, and diverse yet authentic environment. The city is home to plenty of architectural beauties and monuments that have always stood the test of the time. One of those is Rani Durgavati Museum ....

Travel Guide Sangram Sagar Lake Jabalpur
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Sangram Sagar Lake

Sangram Sagar Lake is a stupendous place to be in and enjoy the beauty of both the lake and the mesmerizing natural surrounding around it. Located 15km away from Jabalpur city, the lake was being constructed by Sangram Shah of the Gond dynasty during the 15th Century.

Travel Guide Dhuandhar Falls Jabalpur
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Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar is the most famous waterfall in the Jabalpur district, located in Madhya Pradesh. This site is also known for traditional festivals which are held on full moon day, right beside the waterfall.

Travel Guide Chausath Yogini Temple Bhedaghat
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Chausath Yogini Temple, Bhedaghat

One of the oldest heritage site in India, Chausath Yogini temple is temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. This teme was built by the Kalachuri Kingdom in the 10th century AD. It is located beside the famous Bhedaghat waterfalls and River Narmada.

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