Amarkantak Tourism

Amarkantak is located in the beautiful Vindhya and Satpura mountain ranges in Madhya Pradesh. This is a known town for pilgrims as here rests some of the most exquisite temples.  Amarkantak is blessed with rich natural heritage. It is also the emerging spot of three prominent Indian rivers, namely the holy Narmada, the Sone and the Johila.

Top Places to Visit

Narmadakund is believed to be the origin of river Narmada. Here you can see 16 stone temples, including some prominent ones like Narmada Temple, Lord Shiva Temple, Annapurna Temple, Guru Gorakhnath Temple, Shri Ram Janki Temple, etc. Narmadakund is known for covering an area of 6 acres apart from over 23 statues of various gods.

Kapil Dhara
Kapil Dhara attracts travellers seeking a place to relax amidst nature. This waterfall is around 6 km to the north-west of the Narmadakund Temples. The waterfall has historic connection as it is said that the sage Kapil Muni meditated here. Lush green environs surrounding the waterfall add to its beauty and it remains a perfect place to click amazing pictures of nature.

Trimukhi Temple
Trimukhi Temple sits on the top of a hill and was raised during the rule of the Kalchuris. This remains one of the most ancient temples of Amarkantak dedicated to Lord Shiva. At the top of the temple you will see the face of Lord Shiva. The temple flaunts beautiful intricate works crafted by the Kalchuri craftsmen.  The temple has many other places of tourist interests around it such as Dudh Dhara Falls, Sonmuda, Kabir Chabutra, etc.

Sonakshi Shaktipeeth Temple
Sonakshi Shaktipeeth Temple is dedicated to Goddess Sonakshi. The temple is visited by streams of pilgrims during the annual festival of Navratri to seek blessings of the deity. From here you can capture views of Son River apart from the nearby kund. There is also a serene pathway leading to the hillside from where the area looks even more stunning.

Shri Jwaleshwar Mahadev
Shri Jwaleshwar Mahadev holds great importance among Hindu devotees as it is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that Shiva killed demon Tripurasura into three pieces and one of the pieces fell near Narmadakund. This place was later transformed into this temple. Here you will see a black Shiva lingam.

How to Reach

By Air: Jabalpur Airport is the nearest airport to Amarkantak.
By Rail: Jabalpur railway junction is the closest rail terminal.
By Road: Amarkantak is very well connected via roads from Jabalpur.


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