Located around 20 km from Madhya Pradesh&39;s Jabalpur city, is defined by the Narmada river and is famous for its marble rocks and Dhuandhar Falls. The river cutting through the marble rocks forms a unique topography. It is majorly a tourism-centered destination. It is easily connected to a major city, Jabalpur. The people are very friendly towards visitors, and therefore it is not a problem for the visitors to find this place welcoming. We have picked some prominent places that must be there in your itinerary.
This is probably the most prominent feature of this place which has helped Bhedaghat in carving a place on the tourism map of India. Aptly named as Dhuandhar, meaning a smoke caused because of the speed and pressure at which the water falls. The waterfalls on the Narmada are 30 meters in height and offer great. During the time of Narmada Mahotsava, held during the Sharad Purnima (September-October), this place is a blast of activity and colors. There is also a cable car service near these waterfalls which makes the experience all the more worthwhile.
Marble Rocks of Bhedhaghat
There are formations of marble along both sides of the Narmada river. It flows through a gorge cut through these rocks. The boat ride through the river to see these rock formations is the highlight of the tour of Bhedaghat. And if you happen to be here during full moon nights, you will not forget the spectacle ever. The beauty of these rocks has appealed to the likes of Raj Kapoor and Shahrukh Khan, who have shot their movies around here.
Chaunsath Yogini temple
It is believed in the Indian mythology that there are 64 female attendants to the Goddess Durga. This temple is believed to be the abode of Goddess Durga and her accompanying yoginis. This is one of the most visited places amongst the devotees of Goddess Durga and holds special prayers during Navaratras.
Bhedaghat finds its place on the tourist itinerary of anyone visiting around Jabalpur because of the number of experiences that come along with it. This is a small place and would require only one or two days time to enjoy the whole of it. This is probably the most wonderful feature of this place.