Jabalpur

Jabalpur Turism Jabalpur is one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh, During British era in India, in the early 19th century this Jabalpur was declared cantonment town and they pronounced it Jubbulpore. After independence, so many people demands for a separate state of Mahakoshal and then city became capital of that state. This city having state’s high court, here you find head quarter of west central railway, here an institute of tropical Forest Research and also having the head quarter Defence Armaments Manufacturing Hub, city also having so many headquarters of government’s organizations

Places to Visit in Jabalpur

Jabalpur is home to a number of historical buildings and natural places, that are styled from the colonial era, as well as multiple temples and other monuments, here some places to be visit are Balancing Rock, Dumna Nature Park, Tilwara Ghat, madan Mahal Fort, Pisanhari ki Madiya, Dhuandhar Falls, Bargi dam, Rani Durgavati museum and Chausat Yogini Temple

How to Enjoy the Historical Places of Jabalpur

Jabalpur having its very strong historical background, Rani Durgavati is well known name in the history of Jabalpur, during Mahabharat Era, the Chedi Dynasty from where Shishupal belongs is also the part of today’s Jabalpur, this state was also under the control of Mauryan Empire it was proved by the Ashokas relics, after Ashoka here kalachuri Dynasty ruled around 100 years, after some time Rani durgavati ruled Jabalpur for a very small time, but that time is Golden time of the Jabalpur, so in this way there are several rulers came and ruled, so you must have knowledge about all these before enjoy the historical places.

Tourist Places in Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh

  • Pisanhari ki Madiya
  • Tripura Sundari Temple
  • Chausat Yogini Temple
  • Kankali Devi Temple
  • Rani Durgavati Museum
  • Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir
  • Chauragarh Fort
  • Madan Mahal Fort
  • Bargi Dam
  • Dhuandhar Falls
  • Tilwara Ghat
  • Balancing Roack
  • Dumna Nature park

Places of Interest near Jabalpur

There are two very famous places of interest near Jabalpur, one is Bhedaghat and the other one is Bandhavgarh. Bhedaghat is located in Narmana river and this is place of interest due to marbal rocks, once you reach you will realize that how these marbal rocks get a wonderful shape, the Bandhavgarh is now famous for tiger, this is actually a fort and this was gifted by load Raam to his younger brother Laxman.

How to Reach Jabalpur

Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh having very good connectivity with India's major cities by Air, Rail and Buses, the nearest airport is Jabalpur Dumna airport and it is well connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune, Nagpur, Bhopal, and Indore by air.
Jabalpur MP has regular trains from major cities of the India, there are so many nearest railway stations i.e Jabalpur Junction (JBP), Madan Mahal (MML), Deori (DOE), Adhartal (ADTL) and Jamtara Paraswara (JPV), the same is with bus service.

When to Visit Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh

When to visit Jabalpur a city of Madhya Pradesh is totally depends on your wish, we only share something facts about the climate and left everything on you to decide, as Jabalpur has a humid subtropical climate typical of north-central, hence summer begins in late March and ends by June end. May is the hottest month of Jabalpur city and average temperature exceeding 45 °C (113 °F). Summer is followed by the southwest monsoon, which lasts until early October and produces 35 inches (889 mm) of rain from July to September. Average annual precipitation is nearly 55 in (1386 mm). Winter begins in late November, and lasts until early March. January is the coldest month in Jabalpur, with an average daily temperature near 15 °C (59 °F), so now it is depends on you, when to visit.