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Bhedaghat is a town in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Bhedaghat is evolved from Bhairav – Ghat. This place is most famous for Dhuandhar Waterfalls. Bhedaghat is 20kms away from Jabalpur. This place is known for marble rocks. Bhedaghat is located on the banks of river Narmada. People believe that if they take dip in the river it wash away all their sins. River Narmada is considered as daughter of Lord Shiva. It is believed that river Ganga comes to this place in the form of black cow to take dip in river Narmada to cleanse herself. For the shopping lover’s trinket boxes, ashtrays, status of Gods and Goddesses, artifacts are worth buying.


What to see in Bhedaghat:

Dhuandhar Falls: Waterfalls in Bhedaghat is most attractive to the visitors of this place. Smoke comes out from the river bed. So these waterfalls are also known as Smoke Cascade. Bandar Kodini is another attraction in this place. Here river passes through narrow stretch of rocks. Monkeys can easily jump across them as it is so narrow. So this place is named after monkeys.

Marble Rocks: This place is most attractive place. Every visitor considered this as heavenly place. Marble rocks under the sea of floodlight looks most beautiful. Boating in the moon light is most memorable moment. From November to May boating facility is available. From July to September boating is strictly restricted. Another attraction here is Roap Way. This adventure is available throughout the year from 10.30 AM to 6.30 PM.

Chausath Yogini Temple: During the reign of Kalachuris (10th Century) this temple was built. In this temple 64 yoiginis carvings can be seen. It is believed that all are attendants of Goddess Durga. Most attractive statue in this place is Lord Shiva and Parvathi riding on Nandi.


What to see around Bhedaghat:

Jabalpur: It is located 21kms away from Bhedaghat. Jabalpur is one of the major attractions in Madhya Pradesh. Places to visit in Jabalpur are Bargi Dam, Lameta Ghat, Shaeed Smarak, DB Vallabh Das Palace, Khandari Water Works, The Beohar House, Radha Krishna Temple, and Bandhavgarh National Park.

Bandhavgarh: It is located 21kms away from Bhedaghat. It is the home town for white tigers. This is most famous hunting place for Maharajas. During the rule of Maharajas of Rewa white Tiger was resides in the palace.


Getting to Bhedaghat: Only way to reach this place is through roadway. Nearest railway station is located at Jabalpur. Jabalpur is well connected with the places such as Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Mumbai, Trivandrum, Chennai, Kolkata, Agra, Lucknow, and New Delhi. From Jabalpur railway station public transport and taxis are available to reach Bhedaghat. Jabalpur Airport is the nearest airport to Bhedaghat.


Getting around Bhedaghat: Taxis and Autos are available to visit surrounding places of Bhedaghat.


Best time to visit Bhedaghat: Bhedaghat welcome tourists to this place throughout the year. But visitors who wants to enjoy boat riding has to come to this place only between November to May as in the monsoon season this place is restricted for boating . Best time to visit this place is November to May.


Where to stay in Bhedaghat: Limited hotels are available to stay in Bhedaghat. Only Budget and midrange hotels are available. Best hotels in Bhedaghat are Narmada Jackson, Hotel Gulzar Towers, Hotel Satya Ashoka, and The Samdariya Hotel.


Where to eat in Bhedaghat: Limited restaurant are available to eat in Bhedaghat. Continental, Chinese, Indian cuisines are available.

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