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Bhedaghat

At Bhedaghat, the Narmada river flows amidst magnificent marble rock canyons that rise up to 100 feet. The mighty river meanders along the glowing marble wall and later plunges into the magnificent Dhuandhar falls.

Bedhaghat lies in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Situated at a distance of 20 kms. from Jabalpur, this place is beautiful with river Narmada and marble rocks creating a magical scenery. Towering cliffs of magnesium-limestone rocks and a placid Narmada flowing through them is a sight to behold. Clear waters reflect the image of these cliffs and sunlight sparkles off the rocks enhancing the beautiful experience of boating in Narmada.
Placid Narmada river narrows and after about two kilometres, plunges from a height forming the majestic Dhuandhar falls. These violent falls are a spectacular sight and reminds one of the power of nature. Boating excursion can be done to fully explore the beauty of these rock formations, Narmada river and Dhuandhar falls.

Chausath Yogini temple- Bhedaghat has ancient sandstone temples built by Kalchuri kings on a hillock which dates back to the 0th century. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga adorned with excusitely curved figures of her 64 attendants or yoginis. There is an unique curved image of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati riding Nandi, the bull. According to a legend, an underground tunnel connects the temple to Gond queen Durgavati’s palace.The temple provides great view of the marble rocks.

Chausath Yogini temple
Bhedaghat has ancient sandstone temples built by Kalchuri kings on a hillock which dates back to the 0th century. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga adorned with excusitely curved figures of her 64 attendants or yoginis. There is an unique curved image of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati riding Nandi, the bull. According to a legend, an underground tunnel connects the temple to Gond queen Durgavati’s palace.The temple provides great view of the marble rocks.
Marble Rocks
The 100 meters tall marble rocks have green and black volcanic ridges which make up for a mesmerising sight. Boating in the moonlit night is specially engrossing as the river is all silvery with the glittering rocks all around. Famous rock formations here are Monkey’s Leap, Horns of a cow, Elephant’s foot,and Deer.
Dhuandhar falls
From calm, placid, Narmada takes a roaring and aggressive form falling off a cliff into mighty Dhuandhar falls. The sound of these falls is deafning and can be heard from quite a distance. The impact and view is such that they are also called ‘smoke cascade’. Water droplets at the falls go up in dense mass giving the illusion of vapours.
Tewar
Close to Bedhaghat lies Tewar, a small village which has an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Tripur Sundari. Archaeological excavations here have revealed utensils as old as 1000 years.
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JABALPUR 36 Km 00H 44m
Jabalpur Junction 23 Km 00H 31m
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Jabalpur can be visited throughout the year. The summer climate is not too harsh and the winter also mild.
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