The Legendary Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat @ Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA

23 kms from Jabalpur, at Bhedaghat, the river Narmada has carved beautiful formation out of the marble rocks. People have managed to recognize familiar shapes out of these formations. Some of them being Shiv Parvati, Bull's head, Elephant's foot etc.

You can book a boat ride to look at these formations.

An Old Tree that has held on tight to the rocks for years
Some Rapids in the river Narmada

Local Boatmen take a break between the trips
Water flows between Towering Rocks on both the sides

Can you make out some familiar shapes out the jutting rocks?
Shades of White, Grey, and Black

Criss-Cross lines on the Rocks
Reflections of the rock in the river water
Boat sailing on the clear waters of the Great River

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Aditya Deadpan said…
Nice shots man.. specially i loved "Criss-Cross lines on the Rocks"
Amazing Pics...

This place must be very different and interesting...
Vibha said…
Yes, this is a beautiful place. And I have heard that it looks even more beautiful in diamond studded white blanket....
Solo Traveler said…
Gorgeous photographs... Narmada looks heavenly at Bhedaghat... great article
Anonymous said…
lovely imges .i like rocks and river.

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