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On the upper reaches of the River Narmada in the heart of India's forested tribal belt, Jabalpur receives remarkably few visitors. It serves as the main gateway to two of India's finest wildlife reserves, Kanha and Bandhavgarh.

Madan Mahal  Fort
Tue-Sun 1000-1700, closed holidays, free

Built by the Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah, in 1116 atop a rocky
hill, the fort dominates the skyline and provides a panoramic view
of the town.
Rani Durgavati
Memorial and

Dedicated to the memory of the
great Queen Durgavati, it is her
memorial and museum which
houses a fine collection of
sculptures, inscriptions and
prehistoric relics.
Tilwara Ghat
From where Mahatma
Gandhi's ashes were
immersed in the Narmada, and
venue of the open session of
the Tripuri Congress in 1939.
The 12th century Mala Devi
Mandir, Pisan Hari Jain
Temples and Roopnath are
some of the other sites in and
around Jabalpur which merit a
Bargi Hills
Bargi hills is one of the most
prominent features of the city
and is in the center of a
predominately residential
development. An undulating
rocky terrain of 425 ha.

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Sangram Sagar
and Bajnamath
These medieval constructions
were built by the famous Gond
King, Sangram Shah, between
Sight seeing
A must visit