Bhedaghat, a small village of Jabalpur district, is located on the banks of river Narmada and widely famous for its marble rocks towering in glittering grandeur. The marble rocks at Bhedaghat soar up to a hundred feet on either side of river Narmada. The serene loveliness of the scene is one of the cool, quiet sunlight gleaming on the marble-white pinnacles and casting dappled shadows on the pellucid waters.
Here and there, the white saccharine limestone is seamed by veins of dark green or black volcanic rock; a contrast which only enhances like a setting of jet, the
In his Highlands of Central India Captain J. Forsyth speaks expressively about the infinitely diverse beauty of the rocks: “the eye never wearies of the … effect produced by the broken and reflected sunlight, now glancing from a pinnacle of snow-white marble reared against the deep blue of the sky as from a point of silver, touching here and there with bright lights the prominence of the middle heights and again losing itself in the soft bluish grays of their recesses. . ..”
The major Hotels in Jabalpur are Gulzar Towers, Hotel Arihant Palace, Hotel Kalchuri, Hotel Prestige Princess, Hotel Rishi Regency, Hotel Satya Ashoka, Shikhar Palace, The Samdariya, Vijan Palace ,Narmada Jacksons, Hotel Krishna, Hotel Roopali.
The nearest city Jabalpur is well connected with almost every prominent city of the country as well as state, by air, rail and road. Air Deccan is providing regular services to Delhi-Bhopal-Jabalpur route and Kingfisher Airlines is also running daily services from Jabalpur to Indore and Mumbai also connecting Hydrabad and Nagpur via Indore. Indian Airlines runs four days a week service on Delhi-Gwalior-Jabalpur route. Jabalpur is well connected to Nagpur, Bhopal, Allahabad and Jaipur so you can travel easily by roads also. Jabalpur is the headquarter of west central railways and is well connected with mail and super-fast trains from Mumbai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Howrah, Patna, Lucknow, Chennai, Bangalore, Nagpur, Kota and Jaipur.