Bhedhaghat



Bhedhaghat is among the places to see in Jabalpur but with a difference. Bhedhaghat in Jabalpur is blessed with enchanting natural beauty. The Bhedhaghat waterfall is a spectacular sight with water splashing on the marble rocks from a great height.

There is a myth associated with this lovely place. It is said that this is the place where sage Bhrigu spent many years in deep meditation. Only 22 Kilometers from Jabalpur city, Bhedhaghat is situated at the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Bavan.

Visited by thousands of tourists, Bhedhaghat near Jabalpur takes an exotic appearance during the full moon nights. The reflection of the moon on the silvery water amidst the world of darkness gives a pleasurable high.

During the day time visitors can spend their time by collecting colorful marble rocks from the crystal clear water. The reflection of the blue sly on the water paints a fascinating picture. The sparkling sunlight adds glitter to the wonderful sight.



Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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