Dhundhar, is situated on the bank of river Narmada, famous for its marble Rocks, distance about 21 Km from Jabalpur by road transport. The Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada.

Madan Mahal fortJabalpur Madanmahal fort is a pride of Jabalpur city, was built in the 11th century by 38th Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah. The fort provides a panoramic view of the town.

Bargi Dam is located on the Jabalpur – Nagpur highway about 40 km from Jabalpur city, Bargi Dam is built on Narmada river. famous for water sports in Bargi Dam. It is the first completed Dam in chain of 30 proposed dams across the river Narmada. Its reserved water is used for Hydropower generation and irrigation purpose. There is also a cruise in the reservoir water on a boat / cruise liner called as Narmada Queen. Other facilities like Speed Boating, Water Scooters, Paddle Boating have been provided for the tourists.

Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum in memory of the 16 century Queen Durgavati. A museum is fine collection of sculptures, inscriptions and prehistoric relics.

Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a famous Jain pilgrimage and is a very popular Digambar Jain pilgrimage.

Chausat Yogini TempleJabalpur Chausat yogini Temple situated on top of the hill rock,with a beautiful view of the Narmada flowing through the jagged Marble Rocks. Dedicated to Goddess Durga, this 10th century temple has exquisitely carved stone figures belonging to the Kalachuri period. According to a local legend, this ancient temple is connected to the Gond Queen Durgavati’s palace through an underground passage.

Tripur Sundari Temple was a place of worship since 11th century in village Tewar which about 12 kms from Jabalpur on bhedaghat road. Tripur Sundari Devi is sacred for Kalchuri dynasty.

Kanha National Forest Reserve, Panchmarhi hill station, Maihar Mata Sharda Devi temple, The Bandhavgarh National Park

The Dumna Nature Reserve is situated on the way to Jabalpur Dumna Airport 10km from the center of Jabalpur. It is an eco tourism site. The Dumna Nature Reserve is spread over an area of 1058 hectare of land. The visitors can explore the reserve by taking a walk around the place.


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