Things to do in Madhya Pradesh
Experience nature's marvel at the Dhuandhar Falls: As the name suggests, the name Dhuadhar is derived from the Hindi words – Dhuan – meaning smoke – and Dhar – meaning flow. Located on the Narmada river in Bhedaghat, Dhuandhar Falls can leave a lasting impression on your senses. The majestic view of watching the water gushing through marble rocks and then falling with a very high force to give a smoky effect can appear surreal. You can avail the ropeway service to move to the other side of the waterfall. The view from the top is magnificent and can fill your heart with exuberance. If you're visiting Jabalpur, make sure that this site features in your list of must-visit tourist places in MP.
Relive the past with a visit to the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka: Located in the foothills of the southern edge of the Vindhya Mountains, the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka remain one of the most enthralling tourist places in MP. Nestled above dense forests and within massive sandstone outcrops, the five clusters of natural rock shelters in Bhimbetka make for a captivating sight. The rock shelters give a glimpse into history, as they have paintings from as early as the Mesolithic period to the ones belonging to the historical period. The paintings have managed to stand the test of time. The quality and quantity of the rock art at Bhimbetka beautifully reflects the mesmerizing interaction between people and their landscape. The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka were included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 2003.
Experience the serenity and beauty of the Jahaz Mahal (Ship Palace) in Mandu: The Jahaz Mahal is called so as it is situated between two artificial lakes on either side and appears as a ship floating in water. This architectural marvel has witnessed Mandu's rich and long history. The legend of Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur and the captivating Afghan architecture fill the air of this historical city with an air of romance and admiration. You can marvel at the Afghan architecture for the fact that it seamlessly combines the elegance and beauty of Islamic architecture with the highly functional system of rain water harvesting and water conservation. If you look forward to spending some precious moments with your better half, a visit to this awe-inspiring historical site can enrich your MP trip.