Madhya Pradesh is a land of rich heritage. The Buddhist stupa at Sanchi, the Bhandhavgarh National, the ancient temples at Amarkantak and many other sites. Hidden amidst these treasures is one more natural wonder, that of Bhedaghat.
The marble rocks at Bhedaghat stand 100 feet, guarding the river Narmada as it winds through the magical landscape. The white walls glisten as they are reflected by the flowing river, and sometimes, remain hidden as the clouds come down upon them.
The Dhuandhar fall is a site to behold as the river plunges 90 feet on its way to the distant ocean. Dhuandhar translates to a cascade of smoke, and it is aptly named. The ferocity of the fall reduces the water to vapour that permeates the surrounding air.
The Chausath Yogini Temple, in the vicinity, stands in honour of Goddess Durga from the 10th century. The intricate carvings and the images are a throwback to the Kalchuri era of history. Perched upon a hill, the shrine offers a grand view of the surrounding landscape.
Take a boat ride on a full moon night as the crystal waters and the white rocks glisten in their full glory. Don’t miss the Bandar Kondini, a point when the rocks come so close across the river that a monkey could jump across them.
The nearest railway station is the Bhadeghat station. You can also drive down from Jabalpur, which is a mere hour’s ride to the place. The best time to visit is during the winter months, as the marble rocks have restricted access during the monsoon months.
So, head to Bhadeghat to experience the wonders of nature.
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