Places to Visit in Jabalpur



The places to see in Jabalpur reflect the rich historical and cultural tradition of the city. Each of the popular tourist spots in Jabalpur speak of the heritage and history of the place. Apart from the historical significance, the tourism sites of Jabalpur possess wonderful sculptures and art works.

Places to See in Jabalpur



Tilwara Ghat

the place has immense significance in India's struggle for freedom. The venue of the Tripuri Congress, 1939, Tilwara Ghat is the place where Bapuji's ashes were plunged into the Narmada river.

Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum

this wonderful place has a collection of historical artifacts. The place has been named after Rani Durgavati - the great queen of Jabalpur.

Sangran Sagar Bajnath

another historical site.

Madan Mahal Fort

situated in a wonderful location, the fort is a must visit place.

Kanha and Bandhavgarh

two of the famous national parks near Jabalpur.

Mala Devi Mandir

dedicated to Mala Devi or Goddess Laxmi, the temple was built in the 12th century.

Pisan Hari Jain Temple

more than 150 years old, this temple is a great Jain pilgrimage center.

Roopnath

famous for the Shiva lingam.

Tourist Destinations Near Indore



The Tourist Destinations Near Indore to other trailblazing thoroughfares in Central India provide tourists the opportunity to explore the rich treasure trove that the Madhya Pradesh tourism department offers its tourists. Jabalpur or the "city of marble rocks" is famed to be the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh. Although the city is opulent in tourist attractions, a visit to all the picturesque locales in the vicinity makes a visit to the Central Indian paradise more fruitful. Read More.....



Last Updated on : 10/09/2013





     


     

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