Geography of Jabalpur



A study of the geography of Jabalpur reveals that the city is located between 2310' North latitude and 7959' East longitude. It houses a population of about 10.65 lakhs. Jabalpur has a picturesque landscape that adds to the delight of sightseeing in the city. Besides, the city has a temperate, but hot climate. The average temperature of Jabalpur is about 47 C during the summer months.

During the winter months the temperature falls below freezing point. It witnesses monsoon between July and September months. Tourists willing to tour in Jabalpur can visit the city between October and March, when it experiences a pleasant climate.

The geography of Jabalpur also features a number of rivers. Some of the rivers that forms an important part of the topography of Jabalpur are Narmada, Hiran and Vanganga. In fact, Naramada is the principal river of the city. It originates from Maikal Range and enters the Vindhyas and Satpuras at Marble Rocks Gorge. Furthermore, we also come across a number of waterfalls in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Fall, also known as the smoke cascade, is one most popular tourist spots in the city. Moreover, the city is located in the Vidhyas and Satpura ranges. The intersection of rivers, hills and plateau adds to the majesty of the landscape of Jabalpur.

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Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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