Reechch Garh with Travelling Camera @ Panchmarhi, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA

At the outskirts of Panchmarhi, a quaint hill station in Madhya Pradesh, you can find huge rocks that hide big and small caves. This place is commonly known as Reechch Garh and local folk tales associate it with Jamwanth, the legendary reechch who joined forces with Lord Ram against Ravan.

In recent past, it is supposed to have been the home of many wild animals, including black bear. There are two main caves. One is gigantic and the other so narrow that you almost need to crawl through it.


At the outskirts of Panchmarhi, a quaint hill station in Madhya Pradesh, you can find huge rocks that hide big and small caves. This place is commonly known as Reechch Garh and local folk tales associate it with Jamwanth, the legendary reechch who joined forces with Lord Ram against Ravan.In recent past, it is supposed to have been the home of many wild animals, including black bear. There are two main caves. One is gigantic and the other so narrow that you almost need to crawl through it.,Reechch Garh, Reech, Reechch, Caves, Madhya Pradesh,  Panchmarhi,  Rocks,  BouldersEntrance to the Small Cave


At the outskirts of Panchmarhi, a quaint hill station in Madhya Pradesh, you can find huge rocks that hide big and small caves. This place is commonly known as Reechch Garh and local folk tales associate it with Jamwanth, the legendary reechch who joined forces with Lord Ram against Ravan.In recent past, it is supposed to have been the home of many wild animals, including black bear. There are two main caves. One is gigantic and the other so narrow that you almost need to crawl through it.,Reechch Garh, Reech, Reechch, Caves, Madhya Pradesh,  Panchmarhi,  Rocks,  BouldersEntrance to the Big Cave


At the outskirts of Panchmarhi, a quaint hill station in Madhya Pradesh, you can find huge rocks that hide big and small caves. This place is commonly known as Reechch Garh and local folk tales associate it with Jamwanth, the legendary reechch who joined forces with Lord Ram against Ravan.In recent past, it is supposed to have been the home of many wild animals, including black bear. There are two main caves. One is gigantic and the other so narrow that you almost need to crawl through it.,Reechch Garh, Reech, Reechch, Caves, Madhya Pradesh,  Panchmarhi,  Rocks,  BouldersTo give you an idea of the size of the Big Cave, here I am standing at its entrance.


At the outskirts of Panchmarhi, a quaint hill station in Madhya Pradesh, you can find huge rocks that hide big and small caves. This place is commonly known as Reechch Garh and local folk tales associate it with Jamwanth, the legendary reechch who joined forces with Lord Ram against Ravan.In recent past, it is supposed to have been the home of many wild animals, including black bear. There are two main caves. One is gigantic and the other so narrow that you almost need to crawl through it.,Reechch Garh, Reech, Reechch, Caves, Madhya Pradesh,  Panchmarhi,  Rocks,  BouldersThe big cave leads to this courtyard with huge boulders. You feel as if you have climbed the beanstalk to enter the world of giants.


Comments

Anonymous said…
Maybe they are spaces between boulders. The real caves are those having dead end.
Vibha said…
Yes, I guess you are right...The small one was definitely a tunnel and the big one was most probably a space...
The place was magnificient though.
Anonymous said…
It's a good place.. I liked it when visited Panchmarhi in Madhya Pradesh...

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