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About Jabalpur

The most prevalent theory regarding the origin of the name ‘Jabalpur’ is that the city is named after sage Jabali, who is believed to have meditated on thee banks of the Narmada

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After independence, Jabalpur was assimilated in to the state of Madhya Bharat and later into Madhya Pradesh. Today it is the headquarter of the district with the same name. It is a major educational hub and an industrial centre. The several defence manufacturing unit’s are here, it includes the Gun Carriage Factory, Vehicle Factory and Grey Iron Foundry.

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Airplane

Jabalpur Dumna Airport is at a distance of 20 kms from Jabalpur city of Madhya Pradesh, India. Jabalpur Airport is well connected with the major cities like Bhopal, Delhi and Indore. With the connecting flight from Indore city you can take the flight Mumbai, Maharashtra. Jabalpur Airport Authority is in a talk to start the new flight from Jabalpur to Kolkata City of West Bengal. Jabalpur to Delhi Flight is operating on daily basis. One can have Kingfisher and Indian flights between Jabalpur and Delhi.

Bus

Jabalpur City is well connected with other states of India. From Jabalpur regular bus service is available for Nagpur, Indore, and Bhopal, Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Amarkantak and other smaller cities of Madhya Pradesh. One can also have Volvo Bus Service from Jabalpur to Nagpur and vice versa. Jabalpur has direct fine surface connectivity with major tourist destinations like Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench National Park, Pachmarhi, Satpura national park, Amarkantak, Khajuraho, Panna National Park etc. We offer Jabalpur car rental service for reaching Jabalpur.

Train

Jabalpur Railway Station is on Mumbai-Howrah-via Allahabad main line. It is located to the north of the Civil Lines area and is served by the Western Central Railways. Mahakoshal Express, Kota-Jabalpur Express, Sanghamitra Express, Vindhyachal Express, Mahanagari Express, Amarkantak Express, Tapti-Ganga Express, Pawan Express and Chitrakut Express offer services through this station. There is a tourist information center on the premises. For the ease of passengers, computerized reservation facility is provided. Moving north, the station next to Jabalpur is at Katni , Katni is the next main station. Jabalpur railway station is ISO certified railway station with all modern facilities and counted in one of the clean and well managed railway stations of India.fedfsadfdcs

Places Of Interest

Bhedaghat Water Fall
Bhedaghat Water Fall

It’s a spellbinding experience to see the marble rocks accompany the graceful Narmada river in Bedaghat, Jabalpur. These tall mountains, are known to magically change shapes as you sail along the river. The calm Narmada throws in a beautiful surprise as she descends a massive 98 ft. creating the spectacular Dhuandhar falls. While nature flaunts its beauty, the magnificent Chaunsath Yogini Temple, dedicated to the goddess Durga, will take you back in time with its inimitable artistry. The beautiful sights of Bhedaghat will definitely put a smile on your face, bringing alive the child in you. Bheda Ghat is situated approximately 25 kms away from the city center. Clean, transparent and calm water of the Narmada bounded by the attractive rocks of soft marble, are enchanting. It is believed that in the ancient times, a great saint Bhrigu Muni had meditated here, that is why, the name was Bhrigu Ghat. Later, with the passage of time which has now changed to Bhedaghat. Their are 3 important tourist attractions in Bhedaghat: The Bhedaghat, Dhuandhar Waterfall & Chousat Yogini Temple. They all are spread in a stretch of approx 3kms and can be visited in a single trip. Bhedaghat is the site from where we can do the boatride in Narmada river and can see the natural marble rocks and do its photography. Dhuandhar is a small water fall where river water cascades down and generates water-fog. It is a photogenic point. Third important place to visit is Chousat Yogini temple, located in hill-top where we can see significantly carved Yogini statues of 10th century.It is popular as a venue for Narmada Mahotsava organized on full-moon night in Sharad Purnima festival.  

Madan Mahal (Rani Durgawati Fort)
Madan Mahal (Rani Durgawati Fort)

Madan Mahal fort is a popular tourist attraction in Jabalpur city of Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the forts, that we can see in Central India visit. As we know that Madhya Pradesh state is having different geographical conditions. Most of the heritage monuments like forts, palaces, cenotaphs, architectural temples etc. are found mainly in Northern & Western Madhya Pradesh as that area is dry and rocky. Raw material required for building constructions is easily available in that region. At the same time Southern & Eastern region is more green, forested and having fertile land due to which monuments are comparatively less in this region. Madan Mahal fort lies in Jabalpur city which is located in same region i.e. South-East of Madhya Pradesh. This regions was mainly ruled by Gond tribe & Kalchuri rulers. Most of the monuments are of Gond dynasty rule. Madan Mahal fort is also one of them located in hills of Jabalpur city. Madan Mahal fort was built in 11th century, during of Gond rule in Central India. As per its name it is not a large fort but we can consider it as a fortified garrison at top of hill from which whole area could be viewed. It was basically used as Gond military post to keep eye on nearby areas and check any military expedition toward their region. During Gond rule in Central India, it was actively used as military outpost. Now a days it is a historical monument in Jabalpur city and important place to visit during city tour. It is open throughout the year for visitors and could be visited in Day time. Madan Mahal fort is constructed in 11th century under the rule of 37th Gond ruler Madan Singh. Although Madan Mahal fort is named as fort but basically it was a military post which was used as watch tower and military barrack. Main fort was in plains called Garha fort. It was the Garha fort where Kings and royal family members use to stay. During of Madan Mahal fort visit, we can see the structure having rooms, stables, secret passages, ancient scripts, corridors etc. All these arrangements indicated that it was basically a military post where army men and their horses are kept.

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