Bee fall /  Jamuna Prapat 

Beefall is one of the most popular places in Pachmarhi. A majestic, chilling fall, provides water supply to the town. It's about 35 meters high. It's almost a 2.5 km trek through the jungle from the forest entry gates to the fall, you can also book a Gypsy that will take you to the fall by road which is about 3.5 km from the forest entry gates.

         At the top of the fall, there are many small pools that are less riskier for aged people than visiting the fall by stairs. 

Befall
Befall

Befall Forest Entrance Gate

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Befall Forest Entrance Gate

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Queen of Satpura

Pachmarhi is a popular summer capital and holiday destination for tourists in and around Madhya Pradesh. With the blessings of mother nature, the place remains a Holiday central throughout the year. Its relaxed and chilling  surroundings, refreshes to the soul. Detailed below are some locations worth visiting. 

 

Chauragarh Temple

Located at an altitude of 1,330 meters, atop the Chauragarh peak, the temple is accessible only by a 3.4 km long trek that begins at Mahadeo cave. On reaching, you get a splendid view of dense forest, valleys, and hills from the temple. Apart from tourists, there’re many ardent devotees from far and near who trek up the hill to visit the temple

Chauragh Temple
Chauragh Temple

Chauragarh

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Chauragh Temple

Chauragarh

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Apsara Vihar

At a distance of 5 km northwest of the Pandava Caves, is the Apsara Vihar, formerly known as Fairy Pool. It is a thickly forested valley through which a perennial stream flows. Formed naturally because of a 30 feet high waterfall, Apsara Vihar is an idyllic picnic spot.

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Apsara Vihar/ Fairy Pool

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Apsara Vihar/ Fairy Pool

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Mahadev Temple

The place is connected with the episode between Bhasmasur and Mahadev. Mahadev temple is at a distance of around 12 km from Pachmarhi town. The paintings on the walls of the cave date back to the Mesolithic period. Mahadeo cave also has a pond; priests hold that a dip in the pool has curative properties. The naturally filtered water source from the rocks decreases the effects of all types of burns and stomach illnesses. The positive vibes in the caves help in meditation and calm our brains.

Chhota Mahadev
Chhota Mahadev

Mahadev Temple

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Chhota Mahadev

Mahadev Temple

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Pandava Caves

​Pachmarhi is a combination of the two words 'Panch' and 'Marhi', which translates to 'Five Caves' or 'Five Huts' in Hindi. It is a protected monument, the caves are connected to the Pandavas and also to the budhists , the hill is surrounded by a well maintained flower garden. It is a protected monument

Pandava Caves
Pandava Caves

Pandava Caves

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Pandava Caves

Pandava Caves

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Dhoopgarh

​Pachmarhi is a combination of the two words 'Panch' and 'Marhi', which translates to 'Five Caves' or 'Five Huts' in Hindi. It is a protected monument, the caves are connected to the Pandavas and also to the budhists , the hill is surrounded by a well maintained flower garden. It is a protected monument

Dhoopgarh
Dhoopgarh

Pandava Caves

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Dhoopgarh

Pandava Caves

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Jatashankar Temple

The cave derives its names because of the peculiar rocky formation that resembles the matted locks of Lord Shiva. Legend has it, pleased with the devoted worship of demon Bhasmasura, Shiva granted him the power to burn anything he laid his hands on. Drunk on this new found prowess, the demon decided to test his boon on the god himself. Fleeing from Bhasmasura, Shiva hid himself in the Jata Shankar Cave, till Vishnu intervened as Mohini, the enchanted seductress, and tricked Bhasmasura to touch his own head.

Jata Shankar
Jata Shankar

Jatashankar Temple

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Jata Shankar

Jatashankar Temple

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