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When you are on a trip to this beautiful marble city, there are plenty of things to do and explore the points of interests to make the most out of your vacation here.
Right from experiencing the surreal beauty of marble rocks, to enjoying the natural beauty at Dhuandhar waterfalls or attend the auspicious aarti at Gwarighat in the evening, you will have get to spend a holiday worth remebering.
Jabalpur also embrasses its travellers with historic points of interests. To name a few, you can visit the famous balancing rock, Rani Durgavati fort, Rani Durgavati museum etc. Don't forget to visit Kachnar city where around 76 feet tall Lord Shiva statue is a sight to behold.
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Loaded with havelis and jwellery shops, Sarafa bazar flourishes in dark where people feast on street food.
Who doesn't love filling the belly with some really tempting street food options. Head to Chatori Gali when in Jabalpur.
Lassi is not just amazing in taste but it also comes with several health benefits. Don't forget to gulp on a glass of Ghamandi Lassi that you will get on any street side shop in Jabalpur.
Your shopping in Jabalpur is incomplete if you don't buy yourself the beautiful Marble artefacts. One can see lamp shades of various shapes and sizes, god's idol, miniature house etc.
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You won?t believe your own eyes on seeing this magic trick by Mother Nature, which stood as it is even in an earthquake of 6.5 magnitude.
Bargi dam with its huge reservoir offers amusing water activities with breath-taking views of clear blue water.
A steep flight of 108 stairs and you will be awe-struck by this 10th century temple with a massive diameter of 125 feet.
Here, river Narmada falls from a dizzying height of 98 ft. and magically turns to clouds of refreshing smoke.
Spread across a vast 1058 hectares, this nature park is home to exotic flora and fauna.
Experience the divine Narmada aarti at the Gwarighat in Jabalpur.
The grand idol of lord Shiva dominates the skyline of Kachnar City near Jabalpur.
Standing strong at a height of 500m, this 11th century fort of Gond regime, offers an excellent view of Jabalpur.
Folk says this beautiful Jain pilgrim centre was built 500 years ago by a poor lady who used to grind flour.
Built in the memory of Queen Durgavati, this museum houses stunning sculptures reflecting the unique Kalachuri art.
Tilwara Ghat is where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed.
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Takht Hazara is a multi-cuisine and fine dining restaurant in the centre of Jabalpur. It's set in motion by vivid interiors, plush furnishings, embellished by the finest of crafts and renowned artworks. Amidst warm and soothing ambience, relish the flavours of mouth-watering delicacies and sumptuous spreads crafted by the finest chefs in India.
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Jungle Cook is designed to enchant its audience. They love the thrill on their plate, along with a touch of mystery and wonder. The thyme restaurant has a lunch and dinner buffet menu, and it is a true delight for every hungry foodie.
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
Bandhavgarh is a place of mythological and legendary significance. The ancient Bandhavgarh Fort is of great importance as it is believed to have been gifted by Lord Rama to his younger brother
The best time to visit Jabalpur is from July to April.