Jabalpur-Maihar



The Jabalpur-Maihar tours provide tourists a wonderful opportunity to explore some trailblazing thoroughfares in Central India. These excursions from Jabalpur are a fun filled and exciting affair for the wanderlust driven traveler.

Located in Madhya Pradesh's Satna District, Maihar is the ideal weekend getaway for tourists vacationing in the city of Jabalpur or even the Khajuraho. Sited on the Jabalpur-Satna road, Maihar is a sleepy little town that is famed for its splendid architectural edifices, primordial shrines as well as its musical extravaganzas. In fact, Maihar is the home of many a musical legend and has given rise to the Maihar school of music, one of the pioneers of Indian classical music.

Another big draw of Maihar, a picture perfect town that exudes oodles of old world charm is the venerable Sharda Devi Temple. The temple stands tall, moored atop a high hill and offers a bird's eye view of the surrounding panoramic vistas.

Maihar town is located at a distance of 162 km from the popular tourist destinations of Jabalpur and rests 120 km east of Khajuraho and 40 km from Satna town, the district headquarters of its namesake district. The town is also accessible by rail, Maihar being located on the West Central Railway's Katni-Satna line. Tourists can avail the inexpensive and comfortable accommodation that is provided by the Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd's Café Surbahar. The rooms are reasonably priced at Rs. 190 per night and are replete with all basic amenities in order to provide tourists a relaxing trip.







Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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