A significant city in Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur, got its name from the Arabic word, “Jabal”, meaning mountain. The architecture of the ancient buildings and temples will give you a flavor of Golden Age. Once ruled by Gonds and Kalchuri, Jabalpur houses several tourist attractions like Dhuandhar Falls, Marble rocks, Rani Durgavati Museum, Balancing Rocks, Dumna Nature Reserve and Pisanhari Ki Madiya. Bhopal, the state capital, is based at a distance of 310 km from here.
Places to Stay
Being a hotspot for tourist, there are plenty of budget hotels in Jabalpur. Some of them that are worth trying out are Paras Hotel (Tariff-Rs.600), Kanak Hotel (Tariff-Rs.700), Utsav Hotel (Tariff-Rs.700) and Hotel Surya (Tariff-Rs.800).
Bagheli is the official language of this city. Hindi is also widely spoken and understood.
Navratri (October),Bhai Dooj (November), Diwali (November) and Holi (March) are celebrated with great enthusiasm in this region.
Places of Interest
The major attractions in Jabalpur are Dhuandhar Falls, Marble rocks, Rani Durgavati Museum, Balancing Rocks, Dumna Nature Reserve and Pisanhari Ki Madiya, Tilwara Ghat (12 km), Mala Devi Temple, Bastar Palace, Madan Mahal Fort (515 m) and Sangram Sagar Lake(15 km).
How to Get There
Jabalpur airport (17 km) is the major airport of this region.
Jabalpur Railway Station is the major railway station within the area.
State buses as well as private buses are active in Jabalpur. Kanker Roadways, Vijayshree Travels and Nandan Travels are some of the top private operator serving this city. Bus ticket online booking facility is the most convenient way of booking your tickets.