There are thousands of reasons to visit India.It is an ancient country with monumental heritage There are unlimited historical places in India to visit and to know history behind it.India is not only limited to historical background but also has unmatched natural beauty. Visit India to explore its beauty. Here in this site you will come to know about India's hidden beauty that has not been explored by the rest of the world.
It is one of the most famous hill stations of India located in the state of madhya pradesh.. It is on the hills of satpura ranges. Its also Known as :- "Satpura Ki Rani" (Queen Of Satpura).
Pachmarhi is also known as Pachmarhi Cantonment.This beautiful region in this hills, was discovered by Captain James Forsyth in 1857. This place is a treasure with ancient caves of the Buddhist era along with beautiful waterfalls. It is located at an altitude of 1100m which keeps this place cool and pleasant. Here you will find one of the highest waterfall of India named "Rajat Prapat".
For visitors there are many hotels to stay and many restaurants to have great Indian food.
How to reach Pachmarhi :- 1. Reaching by train :- The nearest railway station is Pipariya (50 kms) 2. Reaching by road :- Bus services to pachmarhi are available from Bhopal, Jabalpur, Nagpur, Chhindwara, Pipariya and other near by cities
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Kanha National Park is India's one of the most densed and beautiful forest. It is a place you would like to visit time and again. It is a Tiger reserve located in the state of Madhya Pradesh.The Kanha National Park came into being in 1955. It is a part of Tiger Reserve, created in 1974 under Project Tiger.
The rare feature of the place the preservation of the rare hard ground Swamp Deer , which is also known as "Barasingha" in hindi language.
One of the main highlight of this place is Bamni dadar, also known as sunset point that offers the most awe-inspiring backdrop of the sunset against grazing Sambhars and Gaurs.Now lets talk about the most attractive part of this place which is the presence of Tiger. This is one of the rare places in India that projects tiger. now a days Tiger sightings is India is became very rare reason being the tiger killings. Government have made many efforts to preserve Tigers from extinction. The Project tiger was launched in India in 1972 as conservation programme for saving the Indian Tiger Population.
Now lets know some basics about kanha national park:-
Area : 1,945 sq km Altitude : 600-900 m above sea level
The park was created in 1955 by a special law and, since then, it has dedicated itself in preserving a variety of animal species. Many endangered species have indeed been saved here. Today Kanha is among the few most scenic and beautiful wildlife reserves in Asia.
Animals you can find in this place are : Blackbuck, Swamp deer, Cheetal , Royal Bengal Tiger, leopards,sloth bear, Barasingha, Indian wild dog , birds and many more.
Nocturnal animals like fox, hyena, jungle cat, civets, porcupine, ratel or honey badger and hares can be seen outside the park confines.Reptiles like pythons, cobras, krait, rat snakes, vipers, keelbacks and grass snakes are nocturnal animals, and are therefore rarely seen. There are many species of turtles as well as amphibians found in or near the water bodies.How to reach : Jabalpur, the most convenient place to approach the Park from, has the nearest airport (175 km). Mandla (70 km) has a good connection with Kanha and there is a tourist taxi service from Jabalpur to the national park. From Jabalpur, the best way to travel is via Mandla and Nainpur.
There are three gates for entrance into the Park. The Kisli gate is best accessed from Jabalpur and stops at the village Khatia, inside the buffer area. The second gate is at Mukki and the third, most recently opened, gate is at Serai.
Best time to visit Kanha :-
The park is open daily from 15th of October to 30th June.
The opening timing for Kanha National Park is : 1. 15 November to 15 February - Sunrise to 12.00 noon and 3.00 pm to Sunset 2. 16 February to 30 April - Sunrise to 1200 noon and 4.00 pm to Sunset 3. 1 May to 30 June - Sunrise to 11.00 am and 5.00 pm to Sunset
Bhedaghat is a town in Jabalpur district in the state of
Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated right by the side of river Narmada and is
approximately 20 Km away from the Jabalpur city. It is famous for water fall
“Dhuandhar” and white marble rocks. Soaring in glittering splendor, the Marble
Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada.
Its major attraction is a waterfall known as Dhuandhar, which
looks like smoke coming out of the river and therefore it got its name as
"Dhuan (smoke)-dhar (flow of water)". Another major attraction which
needs mention is 'Bandar Kodini', when one travels in between the marble rocks
in a boat, the mountains at both the sides at one point come so close that the
monkeys are able to jump across them, hence the name "Bandar Kudini".
In a moonlite night, the travel between the marble rock mountains in a boat on
the river Narmada is a heavenly site which should not be missed for anything.
These marble rocks are basically metamorphic rock that are
produced when limestone buried under the ground goes through constant physical
and chemical changes. Marble rocks in Bhedaghat are the only of its kind in
India. Lying across the river Narmada, these rocks soar high up to 30 mts, and
have emerged as an inevitable tourist destination. To watch these rocks with
volcanic ridges of green and black is a marvellous experience. Be it day or
night, these marbles are a treat to the eyes. These orthogonal genius are milk
white and rise 100 ft, on either side of the calm crystal-clear waters of
Narmada, and they are sure to behold without even offering you a moment to nictate.
This in not all. The best experience can be procured only if
you enjoy the boat ride on a moonlit night. From November to May, which is an
ideal time to visit these saccharine rocks, boating is allowed here. A new
ambit, of floodlighting has been done here, that adds to the glamour. The view
of these rocks amongst the river on moonlit night make them appear like a
sparkling of diamonds on a silver blanket.When you are on the boat do not
forget to ask your guide to show you the Monkey's Leap, the point where the
mountainous rocks are the closest to each other. Fables have it that this is
the spot where Hanuman (character from Ramayana) had set foot on his way to
Lanka. Another interesting point is the rock formation called the Hanthi ka
Paon (Elephant Foot), some other interesting rock formations include a deer
(Miran Kunch), the horns of a cow (Craay Singh) and also the Horse's footprints
that are also worth a visit.
Chausat Yogini Temple, standing on a hillock, is the venue
from where one can eye the marble rocks and the Dhuandar waterfall
concomitantly. This 10th century ancient temple, in itself is a great
attraction that is exclusively maneuvered and has baroque figurines of deities
belonging to the Kalchuri period. This temple is easily approachable from
different areas of Bhedaghat. This temple also has an interesting legend
associated with it. It is said that this temple has an underground passage that
connects it to the Gond Queen Durgavati's palace. Though, this fact is yet to
be proved you can always try to look for the secret passage. You may never know
when can you become an ardent explorer.
It is believed that the 10th century Chaunsat Yogini Temple
in Bhedaghat has an underground secret passage that connects it to the Gond
Queen Durgavati's Palace.
How to Reach Bhedaghat:
By Air: from Jabalpur (23
km). it is the nearest airport
Jabalpur, on the Bombay-Howrah via Allahabad main line,
is the main rail head.
By Road: Frequent buses and taxis are available from