Jabalpur

… industrial visit can be very amazing for students. There is numerous manufacturing units like … and many more industries there. Jabalpur, formerly known as Jubbulpore, is one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh state in India. This city has given us many famous people like Ranu Durgawati, Premnath, Arjun Rampal

Dhuandhar Falls

The Sagar is beautiful to look at and you can also enjoy the brutal force of the water when it is in full swing. Please make sure that you do not visit the Falls between June and October (during rainy season) as most of the marble rocks get submerged in the water.

Rani Durgawati Museum

Rani Durgawati Museum is a museum situated in Jabalpur city in Madhya Pradesh state of India. It houses a fine collection of Sculptures, Inscriptions and Prehistoric Relics.

Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini temple is situated near the famous Marble Rocks in Jabalpur, atop a hill. Dedicated to Goddess Durga, this temple also features a row of idols of attendants of Goddess Durga called Yoginis, arranged in a circular fashion.

Balancing Rocks

Balancing Rocks is situated at the base of Madan Mahal Fort, 6 km from Jabalpur, near Shailparna. Though Jabalpur is known more for the famous Marble Rocks, there are many other interesting facts including the unique topography of this place.

Marble Rocks

Also known as Bheraghat, Marble rocks is a gorge of the Narmada River located 22 km west of Jabalpur. This gorge has white rocks and dark green volcanic seams till 30 m on its both sides. It is also the most popular picnic spot of Jabalpur and its main activity is boating.

Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat is one of the most important historic places of Jabalpur as well as India. This ghat is situated at the banks of Narmada River at 12 km from Jabalpur’s Railway Station. This place is famous as the site where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed.

Dumna Nature Reserve

Dumna nature reserve is too awesome to go out there in holidays because it feel very fresh and it is surrounded by jungle so that’s like a adventure so I like the most to visit Dumna nature reserve.

Mala Devi Temple

The Mala Devi Temple is another significant temple as well as sightseeing destination in the city of Jabalpur. This temple was built in the 12th century and is dedicated to Goddess Mala Devi. Its main attraction is the figure of Mala Devi present in the temple.

Sangram Sagar Lake

The Sangram Sagar Lake is situated 15 km from the city of Jabalpur and is one of the most sorted tourist destinations of Jabalpur. This lake is situated near a fort named Bajnamath, which is popular for its medieval architecture given to it by king Sangram Shah. This king was a renowned Gond ruler and he built many more such masterpieces during the years between 1480 and 1540.

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a popular Digambar Jain pilgrimage center. The temple complex has a large number of small Jain temples situated within.Believed to be built by a poor woman around 500 years ago, Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a symbol of service and dedication.

Bastar Palace

Bastar Palace, constructed by the emperors of Bastar kingdom, is a historic tourist destination popular for its wonderful architecture. This beautiful white palace, locally known as Jagdalpur Palace, is still home to the royal family.

Madan Mahal Fort

The Madan Mahal Fort is a popular ancient fort of Jabalpur city located in its south western part on a hill top. In lies at 515 m above the ground and its location made it being used as a watch tower for the attackers and defenders during the Gondwana rule.