Jabalpur, an Indian city is in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Previously called Jubbulopre. As per the cencus of 2011, the Jabalpur is the third-largest urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh, and the country’s 30th-largest urban agglomeration. The high court of Madhya Pradesh is in the city. The city is very big and many people go to Jabalpur to build their carrier as it is a major education centre in India. The name of the city came from the two of Arabic and Sanskrit words . The Arabic word is jabal (rock) and the Sanskrit word is pur (city). The city is also known for its tourism as many people across India as well as the world plan to spend their holiday in the city.
Tourism of the city are as follows:
This major attraction of Jabalpur is on the banks of the river Narmada. The marble rock formations is very unique one its kind in the world and supplied to all over India.
2.Lord Shiva statue
This is one of the tallest statue of Lord Shiva in the India and it stands 76 feet tall . Hindus who visit Jabalpur never return seeing the statue and after visiting the statue they bow down their head and pray infornt of Lord Shiva who is the destructor of evil in Hindu mythology. Not only Hindus even foreigners also visit the statue to witness the amazing arthicteture of the statue.
3.Madan Mahal Fort
When one visits the city then he or she never returns without visiting the historical fort. The fort came into existence in 11th century. Madan Shah the son of Rani Durgavati who belonged to the Gond dynasty constructed the fort. The fort is very different from other forts and visiting the fort will reveal many facts and figures associated with the lives of Rani Durgavati and with the Gond Dynasty. It stands at an height of 500 meter and not only it visiting this fort will also give one a clear view of the city Jabalpur. The construction of the fort reveals the articture of that time.
This also one of the excellent tourism of the city. It lies 30kms far from the main town of the city. When one visits the attraction then one can witness that smoke arising as the water hits hard rocks which forms the blur. and thus it got is name as the term “dhuan” means smoke in English. Boating facility is also available there.
5.Dumna Nature Park
To explore truly the beauty of mother nature one should visit the place without fail. This attraction is situated 10kms far from the main town of the city. The park has an area of 1058 hectares. When one visits the attraction then he or she will be amazed by its beauty. Not only that it also homes to many animals like jackal, leopard, wild boar, procupine etc. Also there is a restaurant near by the park where one can also enjoy his or her favourite meal during his or her visit at the park.
This dam lies at a distance of 40km far from the main town of the city and is built on river Narmada. The speciality of the dam is that it is one of the first dams completed among the 30 dams. Travellers can also enjoy boating facility available there.
7.Rani Durgavati Museum
The museum dedicated to Rani Durgavai came into existence in the year 1964. The museum homes to historical sculptures and the possessions of the Gondwana Dynasty.
8.Chausat Yogini Temple
To reach this temple one has to climb 108 steps and it lies on the top of the hill. Visiting the temple one will get to witness the ancient style of architecture. If one visits the city and has returned back without visiting the temple then his or her tourism in incomplete in the city.