Jabalpur is a tier 2 city that lies in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur is one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh. According to the 2011 census, it is the 38th largest urban community in the country and the third-largest urban community in Madhya Pradesh. It is known for its white marble cliffs and Dhuandhar Falls. It is generally accepted that the sport of snooker originated here. It is one of the 100 smart cities in India.
Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir
The main center of Jabalpur, on the banks of Hanumantal, is the Bada Temple, a historic Jain temple in Jabalpur. The temple looks like a fortress with numerous shikhara (peak). The temple has 22 shrines, which makes it the largest independent Jain temple in India. the temple was originally built in 1686 CE and it was renovated in the 19th century. The images range from the Kalachuri period to modern times. in 1886, The main rooms with glasswork were built by Bholanath Singhai, who also helped start the first two benevolent meeting schools.
Madan Mahal is a suburban area of Jabalpur and it is famous for the historical Durgavati fort. The area also has a railway station called Madan Mahal. Located on a hilltop in the city of Jabalpur, there is a small but charming fort of the Rajgond rulers. There was a more awakening post of awareness for the invaders surrounded by the shield of history. The fort dating back to the 11th century AD. The fort is well associated with the Gond Queen Rani Durgavati and her son Veer Narayan. Eventually, Rani Durgavati died fighting the Mughals and is hailed as a martyr in Indian history.
The Dhuandhar Falls is a waterfall located in the Jabalpur district. The word Dhuandhar is derived from two Hindi words – Dhuan means smoke and Dhar means to flow – the waterfall where we get a smoke-flow like feeling. The Dhuandhar Falls are 30 meters high and located on the Narmada river in Bhedaghat. Narmada Mahotsav is celebrated during Sharad Purnima at this place, so it’s the best time to visit Dhuandhar Falls.
Near the city of Jabalpur, Marble Rocks in Central India is an area along the river Narmada. The river is carved of soft marble, the length of which is about 8 km. It is a famous Indian tourist destination. Local marble is carved and carved in various shapes and transported all over India. There is a cable car to take visitors around the falls, rowboats for guided tours of the river below the falls, and many small shops made from local materials.
The most beautiful time for boating is during the full moon; Especially during Kojagari Puja on Sharad Purnima. In which boating is considered a cure for body and soul. White marble looks stunning when moonlight falls on it and gives it a silvery look.