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Jabalpur


Location
275 km from Bhopal
Temperature
40 c Summer/ 8 c Winter
Latitude : 23.163630    Longitude : 79.944206

Language : Hindi,Urdu,Marathi
Jabalpur is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. Jabalpur is one of the most important cities of Central India. Jabalpur is the administrative headquarters of Jabalpur district and Jabalpur division.

Jabalpur is the one of the largest cities of Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur was the 27th largest urban conglomeration in India in 2001 (2001 Census). On a global scale, Jabalpur was the 325th largest city or urban area in the world in 2006 and Jabalpur it is estimated to be 294th largest city in the world by 2020 . Jabalpur stands 121st in term of the fastest growing cities and urban areas in the world in 2006. Jabalpur is the first district in India who has been obtained the comprehensive ISO-9001 certificate. This has come into force from April 1, 2007.

Jabalpur is one of the highest income tax paying city to Indian Government since headquarters of many important Central & State Departments are situated here where thousands of government employees work.
Balancing Rock
Balancing Rock
This is one of the many balancing rocks found all over the world. This is near the city of Jabalpur in the province Madhya Pradesh. It's precariously dangling position has made it a nice hang out for tourists visiting the city.
Chausat Yogini Temple
Chausat Yogini Temple - Goddess - Durga
Positioned at the top of a hill and approached by a long stairway, Chausat Yogini Temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple, with its elevated location, offers some breathtaking views of the Narmada River and the marble-crowned landscape. This 10th century temple has deftly carved stone idols of Hindu deities, belonging to the Kalchuri period. According to legends, it has a secret underground passageway that links to Queen Durgavati's palace.
Dhuandhar waterfall
Dhuandhar waterfall - Roaring Waterfalls
The Hindi word Dhuandhar or roaring signifies the splendor of the place. The Narmada plunges down the high marble hills creating misty or smoky water falls. The gargantuan amount of water falling from such heights generates a roar which can be heard miles away and succinctly named the Roaring Falls.
Madan Mahal Fort
Madan Mahal Fort - 900 Year old Fort
This 900 year old fort dominates the skyline of Jabalpur. Built by the Gond king, Madan Shah in the year 1116, it rests atop a rocky cliff. Madan Mahal Fort offers some enthralling views of the low-lying vistas below. Atypical of ancient forts, this edifice does not display any ornamental artwork or sculptured embellishments. It is the sheer simplicity of the fort that overwhelms one with a sense of calm and makes it worth a visit.
Pench National Park
Pench National Park
Pench National Park falls under the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh. It derives its name from the Pench River that flows through its heart and divides it into two, equal western and eastern halves - Chhindwara and Seoni respectively. Declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1977, eventually the place got elevated to the status of a National Park in 1983. Later, its eminence led to its incorporation under the umbrella of 'Project Tiger', as the 19th Project Tiger Reserve, in 1992. Sited on the southern fringes of Madhya Pradesh, the park covers a total area of 757.89 sq. km. Jabalpur and Nagpur serve as convenient airheads and railheads for reaching the park.
Pisan Hari Ka Mandir
Pisan Hari Ka Mandir - 150 years old Jain Temple
This cluster of ancient Jain temples, believed to be nearly 150 years old, is set atop a hillock, 7 km from the city of Jabalpur. Located near the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, these temples owe their name to a poor lady. The word 'Pisan' in Hindi means 'to grind'. It is believed that the lady initiated the construction of the temples, with the money earned from milling flour. Today, the temples form a major tourist attraction of Jabalpur, mainly because of their beauty and religious connotation.
Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum
Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum - Dedicated to the Great Queen Durgavati
Built in the year 1964, to commemorate Queen Durgavati, Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum is a storehouse of various treasured relics. The museum is home to precious miscellanies like ancient sculptures and rare manuscripts. Antique idols of Gods and Goddesses that dates back to the 10th century are also preserved in the place. A section of the museum is completely set aside, to store objects and artifacts related to the life of Mahatma Gandhi.
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