About Jabalpur

Welcome To Jabalpur

Jabalpur is located on Varanasi-Nagpur NH-7. It is one of the major cities in the state of Madhya Pradesh. During the ancient times, Jabalpur was popularly known as Jubbulgarh, however during the British era, the name was changed to Jubbulpore and presently it is called Jabalpur. Well known for its world famous national parks, architectural heritage and historical structures like Rani Durgawati Memorial, Madan Mohan Fort and Chausat Yogini Temple, the city is also called “city of rocks”. Travellers can enjoy Tiger Reserves of Central India as well as scenic beauty of water fall, hills, rivers and ponds. Bhanwar Tal, Balance Rock, Dev Tal, Gandhi Bhavan, Pisan Hari ki Madia and Tripuri Smarak are some of the places to visit in Jabalpur.

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Jabalpur has everything that make him beautiful City

Jabalpur is well known to be a city with rich history and culture. The history of Jabalpur dates back to the Stone Age. The holy river Narmada finds mention in literature as old as 5000 B.C. Numerous ancient discoveries are also preserved in Rani Durgavati Museum. Jabalpur is a land of historical diversity and a number of prominent kingdoms like Mouryas, Guptas, Hahayas, Rashtrakuts and Satavahans have ruled over it.

Being one of important part of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur has everything that qualifies it for being a tourist destinations. From free flowing beautiful lakes to waterfall and historical monuments it has all to amuse the visiting tourist. There mare many sight seeing locations in and around Jabalpur and are enough to make the holiday both enjoyable and memorable

Some of the tourist destinations in jabalpur

Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Clock Tower, Dhuandhar Waterfall, Madan Mahal Fort, Balance rock, Chousat Yogini Temple, Dumna Nature Reserve, Bargi Dam Location, Tripur Sundari Temple, Tilwara Ghat, Jackson's Hotel, Shaheed Smarak, The Beohar House, Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum, Radha Krishna Temple-Complex