Temple of Tripur Sundari, which was situated at the Tewar village, on the banks of the Narmada, approximately 13 kilometers on NH 12, away from the main Jabalpur City. The temple was built in 11th century. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Tripur Sundari. It is said that the statue of Devi (goddess) emerges from ground. The word Tripura Sundari denotes "the beautiful goddess of three cities”. It’s a modern temple Kalchuri Tripur beautiful statue is gorgeous carpet. The idol of deity Tripur sundri is come out from earth. The natural environments all around of this temple increases the beauty of this temple many times.
Pisanhari ki Madiya is a well-known pilgrimage for the Digambar Jain sect. This Jain temple is situated close to the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College. This 500-year-old temple is one of the most visited places in Jabalpur and is known for its architecture and beauty. In order to pay her a befitting tribute, this temple was named Pisanhari ki Madiya that can be translated to the woman preparing wheat flour on hand-operated stone mill. With beautiful surroundings at its vicinity, this Jain temple in Jabalpur is visited by hundreds every year.
You will see a lot of Maratha influence here as for a long time this temple was in ruins until the Marathas decided to rebuild it. This temple is also believed to be one of the Shaktipeethas, which means Goddess Parvati’s elbow fell here. This is one of the best Ujjain places to visit. The unique part of the temple is that it’s painted entirely in red. There’s also an idol of Goddess Annapurna here between idols of Mahasaraswati and Mahalaxmi.
It is an independent rock precariously balancing over another rock situated at the base of Madan Mahal Fort, 6 km from Jabalpur, The upper rock balances on the base of the lower rock. The physics of these rocks has also attracted a lot of geologists who keep visiting this place.
Established in the 17th Century it is the oldest among the five observatories in the county. This lovely structure is an outcome of great diligence and has served as a research center since ancient times. Apparently, the Tropic of Cancer passes through Ujjain. Jantar Mantar was built by Raja Jai Singh in the 17th Century. This observatory is still used actively. You will find a planetarium and a telescope to observe the stars and satellites. This is amongst the most popular tourist places in Ujjain.
A museum having letters and photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and sculptures from Chausath Yogini Temple, this museum is located near the Russell Chowk. The museum's name is coming from Queen Durgavati and it houses a beautiful gallery of Adivasi culture and artifacts.
This is termed as one of the most popular and widely held religious sites in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The lord Shiva statue in Jabalpur is 76 feet tall and the design of the same will keep you awestruck. This huge idol is situated in the age-old city of Kachnar. The statue has 12 Shiva lingams from all the majorShiva temples in the country. A trip to this place will surely behold you in its serenity and holiness.
A picturesque pond the Devtal Garden and Pond serve as a vent of air amidst warmth belts of city existentialism. Literally translated to God's Pond, the Devtal is as ageless as God and hence is widely believed to be one of the oldest Tal inside the city. The pond incorporates a historic significance with it. It is stated to be built for the duration of the Gond dynasty and temples built across the pond create a juxtaposition of cultural and non secular hubs in the metropolis.
The evening Aarti at Gwarighat of the Narmada River starts sharply at 19.00 Hrs(IST) and is a treat to watch for its spiritual experience. It is similar to the more famous Ganga Aarti of Haridwar & Varanasi , but on a smaller scale. The Ghat as such has been renovated and is surprisingly quite clean. One can partake of the Puja and Aarti by simply sitting on the cemented steps. One can enjoy a short boat ride after the ceremony on a shared basis.
After the completion of your tour, you will be dropped back to your place within Jabalpur city limits.
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