River Narmada, considered one of the most important holy rivers in the country falls down from a height of 98 feet forming Dhuandhar Waterfalls. The name of the waterfalls in itself is suggestive of what you could expect there. The term ‘Dhuan’ means smoke; as the river falls down with force on hard rocks, you can see visuals of smoke rising, which gives the waterfalls the name. Yet another star attraction here is the famed Marble Rocks. Since boating facilities are available, you can have a wonderful experience here.
You would be well rewarded by exploring the length and breadth of Dumna Nature Park, situated 10 km from Jabalpur. This eco-tourism site is home to a wide range of wild animals including jackal, spotted deer, leopard, wild boar and porcupine. It is also a bird watchers' delight as migratory birds flock here. It also has a children's park, restaurant and a fishing platform.
Visit the Tilwara Ghat on the banks of the river Narmada, famous for its natural beauty and historical importance. A Mahadev temple, called Tilwadeshwar Mandir is located on the Ghat. It is one of the locations where Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed.
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