Bheraghat is a spectacular natural wonder in Jabalpur. It is where the river Narmada flows between the seven coloured marble mountains. The boat ride over the river Narmada flowing between these seven coloured magnificent marble mountains is just breathtaking. The boats are the row boats driven by a team of 04 members who also include the element of fun during the boat ride by their imagination while interpreting the various shaped marble rocks on either side of the flowing river. There are some very interesting figures evolved since ages because of the natural erosion of the rocks by heat, water and air. The boat rides in the evenings of the full moon days is an unforgettable experience to cherish all through one’s life.

Every year Narmada Mahotsav is celebrated at Bheraghat, Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. This year this event is celebrated on the 25th and 26th October. The decision was taken by the Jabalpur tourism promotion council. The permission was given for the boat ride at Bheraghat during the night. The life jacket will be made compulsory for the boat ride during the night. For the convenience of the tourist online booking facility for the boat ride will also be provided to them so that they could enjoy the boat ride at Bheragahat without any difficulty.       For queries contact :   info@travelcentralindia.com

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One can also visit a stunning water fall called Dhunadhar (the smoke cascade) just few minutes away from Bheraghat. The thrust is so powerful that’s its roar is heard from a far distance. The falls and the breaking of the volume of water at the crest present a grand manifestation of nature’s wonder. The Narmada river’s water from this waterfall flows down to Bheraghat in between the marble mountains. Narmada river’s water from this waterfall flows down to Bheraghat in between the marble mountains.

On the way from Bheraghat to Dhunadhar there are 10th century Chaunsath Yogini temple situated on the hill top.


Hotel Accommodation:
The most recommended hotel in Bheraghat is the Motel Marble Rocks which is a wonderful hotel with the rooms on the hill top facing the Narmada River. The hotel not only enjoys the beautiful ambience but the staff is also very professional with impeccable services. The view from the rooms, restaurant and lawns of the Narmada River flowing down in the valley between the marble rocks is just breathtaking. The view of the swimming pool which is situated just on the edge of the mountain over looking the Narmada River flowing between the mountains is also spectacular.
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River Narmada flowing between the marble rocks.
mesmerizing view from the hotel, River Narmada flowing between the marble rocks.
swimming pool on the edge of the hill top, jabalpur
swimming pool on the edge of the hill top

What to see in Jabalpur:
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The full day sight seeing in Jabalpur includes Madan Mahal Fort which was built by Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah in 1116, Balancing rock, Rani Durgavati Museum, Tilwara Ghat (where Mahatma Gandhi Ji’s ashes were immersed in the Narmada river, 12 Century Mala Devi Mandir, Pisan Hari Jain temples.

The Jabalpur city enjoys pride of being the city where the game Snooker was originated in 1875 during the time of British Raj in an officer’s mess which is now know as Narmada Club. Narmada club as a club was founded in 1889 which was also the central India’s best club. It was the hub of the British Civilian officers, army officers and elite Indians.

The excursions in Jabalpur includes Dumna Nature Reserve which situated at a distance of 8 km from Jabalpur city which is an eco tourism site spread over an area of 1058 hectare of land. One can explore this nature reserve by strolling in the area. Animals like spotted dear, chital, wild boar, porcupine, jackal, monkey, many species of birds are seen in the nature reserve. One can also enjoy the food at the restaurant located within the nature reserve.

The other beautiful place that one can explore is Bargi which is 35 km away from the city. Bargi is a dam and a huge water reservoir which is used for generation of hydro thermal electricity. At the Bargi boat club once can enjoy the cruise which takes you over the water reservoir which itself is spread out and as deep as a sea is. The cruise on demand can be arranged for the transfer from Jabalpur to Mandla and from Mandla one can take the transfer through the car to Kanha National park which is 100 km away from Kanha.

Jabalpur is also one rare place where the narrow gauge train which was started 135 years ago in the year 1880 is still running. The train was started during the Raj by the British. The train has been running since then between Jabalpur and Nainpur.

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