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 » Priyadarshini (Forsyth Point)
 » Jamuna Prapat (Bee Fall)
 » Handi KhohHandi
 » Apsara Vihar (Fairy Pool)
 » Rajat Prapat (Big Fall)
 » Jalawataran (Duchess Falls)
 » Sunder Kund (Saunder's Pool)
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 Places To Visit :-

 Jata Shankar:
The place is named after the mythological belief that lord Shiva shaded his matted lock here. The place is formed inside a cave. It was a belief that when the Shiva wants to hide himself due to the fear of Bhasmasur he rested at this place. There is about 108 Shivalinga formed naturally inside this cave. There is water opening from the cave which nobody knows that from where this water comes, it is popularly known as “Gupt Ganga”. Large number of visitors comes here every year.  The caves are resounded by the chirping of birds. A shivlinga is enshrined inside the cave. Large number of pilgrims arrives here to visit this place during the festive season “shivraatri”. Temperature inside the cave is very less. Upper part of the cave has a platform where idols of lord Shankar Godess Parvati and Shivlinga have been enshrined. Sadhu and Saints visit Jata Shankar with the holy purpose. Jatashankar_pachmarhi
  Pandav Caves:
pandav_caves_pachmarhi The Pandav Caves is also has its mythological Belief. The caves were supposed to be constructed around 6th to 7th century. According to the saints, the Pandavas are said to have spent their period of exile in these caves. It is said that Arjuna in the guise of a eunuch taught music to Nagpati and wedded the daughter of Nagraj Vasu, who lived in Nagdwari about 15 Km from Pachmarhi. Nagpanchemi mela is held annually. These caves are now under the archeological survey of India.  Caves of All the five brothers Yudhishthira, Arjuna, Nakul, Sahdeo, Bhima and Draupadi are worth visiting.
  Handi Khoh:
It is 300 feet deep ravine in V-shape created by two gigantic hills. It is said that the British officer Handi has committed suicide by Jumping into the ravine. Handikhoh-pachmarhi
  Priyadarshini:
This is the point from where the captain Forsyth first viewed the beauty of Pachmarhi in 1857. It is also called as Forsyth Point. When Smt. Indira Gandhi visited here in 1964, this was named as Priyadarshini Point. The point gives a breath taking view of scenery of Pachmarhi.
  Bade Mahadeo:
bademahadev-pachmarhi This cave is about 60 feet Long.  It is a mythological belief which says that Lord Vishnu incarnated as Mohini Killed the demon King Bhasmasur here. Large idols of Lord Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh and Lord Ganesha have been enshrined inside the 60 feet long cave.  A Serpentine road adorned with stark green trees and shrubs goes to Bade Mahadeo. Water constantly falls upon the shivlinga inside the cave. A kund is situated in the middle of the cave. There is another cave situated near bade Mahadeo, the cave of Goddess Parvati. There is large of pilgrims on the occasion of Nagpanchemi MahaShivratri.
  Gupt Mahadeo:
This cave is about 40 feet long. The path of Gupt Mahadeo goes from inside the Bade Mahadeo. There is a narrow path which leads to Gupt Mahadeo. There is idol of lord Ganesha and Shivlinga enshrined inside the cave. Only eight persons can pass at a time. An idol of lord hanuman has been enshrined at the entrance gupt-mahadev-pachmarhi
  Bee – Fall:
bee-fall-pachmarhi The height of this waterfall is about 150 feet. It is also known as Jamuna Prapat It gives a feel of Milky Way when water comes down. It is one of the most spectacular water falls of Pachmarhi. No visitor can resist the temptation of the taking a bath in B Fall. Bathing pools here are very popular among the tourist of all age groups.
  Dhoopgarh:
Dhoopgarh is the highest point in Pachmarhi. Earlier it was called as Harvatsa Kot. Visitors can enjoy the view of sunrise and sunset from this point. Nobody miss the chance to be in dialogue with the sun god, when it is innocently cool. Dhoopgarh is 4429 feet above the mean sea level. Once you are stop you desire to stay there forever. To see the sun rising and setting is unique experience beyond verbal expression. dhoopgarh_sunset_pachmarhi
  Rajendra Giri:
rajendra-giri-pachmarhi This hilltop was named as Panorama girl in honor of the visit of Dr. Rajendra Prasad. A Sapling he planted there is now a grown tree.  Clearly visible from here are the hill of satpura range in their inviting gesture. Ravishankar Bhawan here was constructed for the comfortable stay of Dr. Rajendra Prasad. It is also called VIP Bhawan.
  Apsara Vihar:
The water falls continuously upon a small kund creates a magic. Apsara vihar is a bathing pool; here visitors can’t resist them to get away from bathing in this kund. It is about 13 Km from the Pachmarhi Bus stand. apsara_vihar_pachmarhi
  Rajat Fall:
rajat-fall-pachmarhi Rajat Water fall is around a kilometer away from Apsara Vihar. Here waterfalls down from a height of about 350 feet. Pearl drops generated from water fall appear like shining pearls floating in the air. It becomes more beautiful in rainy season.
  Rock Painting:
The rock painting at Mahadeo provides a glimpse about the artistic sense of our ancestors. Figures of warriors have been painted in red and white colors years ago still look fresh rock-painting-pachmarhi
  Reachgarh:
Due to the type of construction it gives an appearance of Fort to Reachgarh. It has 3 entrance gates. It is surrounded by the hills from all the three sides.
  Ramya Kund:
The entry to Ramya Kund is from the small passage of reachgarh. The water continuously comes out from the Ramya kund. It is on the way when you go from Reachgarh to Chauragarh. ramya-kund-pachmarhi
  Chauragarh:
chauragarh-pachmarhi A passage from Bade Mahadeo leads to Chauragarh, where a life style size Idol of lord Shiva has been enshrined. Large numbers of stairs; more than 1000 in number have been constructed to reach the blissful seat of Lord Shiva. To reach Chauragarh, it takes around two to three hours to climb the 1200 stairs. Large number of Shiva Bhakt climbs the stairs with enthusiasm to worship the lord Shiva idol in Chauragarh.
  Dutch Fall:
Dutch Fall is another beautiful waterfall in Pachmarhi. The beauty of waterfall gets many more times at the time of rainy season. The fall can be visited from near. You can experience the water droplets coming at you when you go close to the waterfall.
  Echo Point:
Here the people can experience the presence of the voice in the nature and can feel the moving spirit in nature.
  Pandav Caves :
It is a popular belief that the Pandav spent their exile here. The caves are single on plan, some of them having pillared. The caves have been built around 4 – 5 century A.D. No statue is being placed here. Earlier before Pandav’s Exile, Buddha Bhikshu’s do their mediation in these caves. Later after 300 years Hindu people have founded these caves. The facade of cave No. 2 is carved with simple chaitya Arc- Motifs. Cave No. 3 is decorated with miniature figures of Jambhal (god of wealth) carved at its bottom. On the bases of inscription of Cave No.3 these could not been carved before the Gupta Period (4 – 5 Century A.D.)In 1999, Archeologist of Archeological Survey of India, Bhopal circle discovered remains of Brick built Stupas above Pandav Caves. pandav_caves_pachmarhi
  Amba Bai Temple:
Situated on Pachmarhi – Pipariya road. It is very near to Begam Palace
   Satpura National Park
The rare species from the cat family is sited in Satpura National Park. 
 
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