Tourist spot Bhedaghat’s most famous sights are the Dhuandhar Falls, Marble Rocks, and the Chaunsath Yogini temple. The temple is one of the four major extant temples containing carvings of sixty four yogini, female yoga mystics. It was construct in the 10th century under the Kalachuris. Bhedaghat commands a view of the whole area around and of the river flowing through the marble rocks.
Bhedaghat is basically a town and a nagar panchayat in Jabalpur district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated by the side of river Narmada and is approximately 20 km from Jabalpur city. Its major attraction is a waterfall name as Dhuandhar, which looks like smoke coming out of the river and therefore it got its name as “Dhuan(smoke)-dhar(flow of water)”.
Another major attraction is ‘Bandar Kodini’, when one travels in between the marble rocks in a boat, the mountains at both the sides at one point come so close that the monkeys are able to jump across them, hence the name “Bandar Kodini”. In a moonlit night, the travel between the marble rock mountains in a boat on the river Narmada is one of the popular tourist attraction and best vacation spot here. Further Bhedaghat is famous for its jumpers.
This beautiful location generally has been use many times for shooting different type of scenes. Some are as follows:
- 1961: Firstly a hit song of the film Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai was film at Bhedaghat.
- 1973: Hindi movie Bobby uses Bhedaghat as the settings of its climactic scene
- 1974: Bollywood movie Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye used Bhedaghat as the location of its climax.
- 2001: The song “Raat Ka Nasha Abhi” from the Hindi film Asoka was film in Bhedaghat among the marble rocks by the Narmada River.
- 2013: The opening episode of the STAR Plus TV series Mahabharata features Bhedaghat as a location where Shantanu and Satyavati meets.
- 2016: Lastly the crocodile fight scenes of the Hindi movie Mohenjo Daro were shot at Bhedaghat.
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