Tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh | Route (road) maps to Khajuraho, Bhimbetka, Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Parks, Gwalior Fort, Amarkantak

Tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh | Route (road) maps to Khajuraho, Bhimbetka, Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Parks, Gwalior Fort, Amarkantak

Khajuraho, Bhimbetka, Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Parks, Gwalior Fort, AmarkantakMadhya Pradesh is between five states which surround it like flower petals.  It is flourishing with dense forests and looks like a birth place of Mother Nature.  Innocent tribals are another ornament for this state. Highest forest land in India is located in this state.  Naturally, this beautiful state is attracting many tourists.

Madhya Pradesh is often called the heart of India. Many beautiful, historic places, animal reserve forests, rivers, lakes and mountains captivate the tourists.  Each of these are unique by themselves.

Khajuraho

Bhimbetka

Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Parks

Gwalior Fort

Amarkantak

Bandhavgarh, Kanha National Park….. Driving directions and route map to Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park from Jabalpur, MP, India

Bandhavgarh, Kanha National Park….. Driving directions and route map to Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park from Jabalpur, MP, India
Bandhavgarh, Kanha National Park

These are the most beautiful reserve forests situated in India.  Bandhavgarh  National Park is famous for tigers.  Elephant Safari facility is available here.  Kanha Park is the stage for many researches and preservation programs.  Many endangered species are also being preserved here.

Driving directions and route map to Bandhavgarh National Park from Jabalpur, MP, India:

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Driving directions and route map to Kanha National Park from Jabalpur, MP, India:

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Garhwal enthralls the senses of tourists with captivating landscape | Flower valley is carpeted with many varieties of flowers | Road (Route) map to Garhwal region from Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Garhwal enthralls the senses of tourists with captivating landscape | Flower valley is carpeted with many varieties of flowers | Road (Route) map to Garhwal region  from Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Garhwal Region

Garhwal in Uttarakhand is a famous hill station to be visited during the summer season.  Tourists get ready to go to Garhwal to escape from the scorching heat in summer.

Garhwal region flourishes with large mountains and scenic beauty. This is in the state of Uttarakhand.  Mountains always wear the blanket of snow. Big lakes, dense forests and many beautiful bird species can be seen here. Central Government has set up reserve forests and wild life conserving centers. Garhwal region is spread in 7 districts.  Many facilities are available for adventurous people. Garhwal is famous for water sports and aero sports. Many rare plant and animal species are present in the forests.  Holy pilgrim centers of Hindus like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are located in this region.

Many natural resources are available here.  This region is full of greenery.  Nature lovers, environmentalists cannot keep off from visiting this place at least once in a year.  Beautiful flower valleys are spread in an area of nearly 87kms, enthralls the tourists. The fragrance of these flowers, transport the tourists to other heavenly worlds.  There are many rare flower species in these valleys.  The flowers in Bhyundar valley are very rare and attractive.  Tourists can find many varieties of flowers like Himalayan Blue Poppies, Daisies, Dianthus and Calendula.  There are nearly 300 varieties of flowers.  One can see a number of species of butterflies here.  Tourists can enjoy these beauties only during day time.

Wild life sanctuaries

Govind Wildlilfe Sanctuary is in the beautiful and fascinating surroundings of Uttarakhand district.  This was established in 1955.  This is spread over an area of 953 square kilometers.   This sanctuary attracts the tourists with high mountains and many rare species like Himalayan bears.  Nanda devi and Rajaji National Parks and Kedarnath wildlife sanctuary are other places of tourist interest.  Facilities for climbing and trekking are provided.  Many animals and plants can be seen in these forests.

Rail and road facilities are available to reach Garhwal.  If tourists take a train they have to get down at Rishikesh and travel 170kms to Garhwal. Buses and cars can go up to Govindghat.

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Vanadurgamma temple in Edupayalu is situated at a distance of 112kms from Hyderabad | Location map of Edupayala

Vanadurgamma temple in Edupayalu is situated at a distance of 112kms from Hyderabad | Location map of Edupayala

Vanadurgamma temple in Edupayalu

To get some relaxation from the daily routine and pressures, one should go on a tour in to the nature.  There are many places in and around Andhra Pradesh which are full of natural beauty. One such place is Edupayalu.  Edupayalu is at a distance of 112kms from Hyderabad and 18kms from Medak.  River Manjeera flows amidst stones and heaps of rocks in the forest.   There is a cave near the river in which Goddess is worshipped.  On every Sivaratri, a village festival is celebrated here.

From Hyderabad one can travel by car to Edupayalu.  As per the desire of Saptarushulu, Garutmanthudu brought river Bhogavati to the earth.  The river divided in to 7 parts and flowed touching the feet of Saptarushulu (7 sages).  That is why this is called Edupayalu.  Taking bath in this river is good fortune for the devotees and the attractive nature is loved by the tourists.  So this tour can also be enjoyed spiritually.

There are many interesting places on the way to Edupayalu.  There is a small hill after crossing Jeedimetla.  The entrance of the hill is in the shape of an elephant face.  One has to enter the temple from the mouth part of the elephant.  Tourists enter into the reserve forest after crossing Dundugal, Gummadidala and Narsapur.  The road passes through a dense forest.  One can see many monkeys on the trees.

There is a Jain temple at the village of Kolcharam.  The statue of 23rd Teerthankar, Parsvanath is worshipped here. The statue looks like a best example for the skill of the sculptor.  From Muntojipalli, one has to take a left turn to proceed to Edupayalu.  The road is devoid of any traffic.  Occassionally one or two vehicles can be seen going to the Edupayala temple.

Goddess Vanadurgamma is worshipped in a cave.  The idol of the Goddess gives the devotees pure bliss and ecstasy.  Outside the temple there is a small kundam. Though it is small the water in the kundam is crystal clear.  Devotees throw coins in to the water.

If one can climb the hill outside the temple, there is a temple dedicated to Ellamma in a small cave.  Two women priests can be seen in this temple.  An ant hill (putta) is there beside the Goddess. Ghanpur dam is also located nearby.  The length of the dam is  2kms.   River Manjeera divides into 7 sections here.  But these can be seen only from a great height.   Only drawback of this place is the dirt, smell, flies and mosquitoes. If tourism department takes special interest to develop this place, Edupayalu can become a great tourist spot.

Janamejayudu and others wanted to take bath in River Bhogavati.  But the river was in the skies then.  Garutmanta flied to the skies and prayer Bhogavati to descend on the earth.  Bhogavati agreed and followed him to the earth.  Since Garutmanta brought the river to earth it is also called ‘Garudaganga’.  It was welcomed by the Saptarushulu and so the river split into seven sections and touched the feet of the sages.  According to the Brahma Purana all sins will be purified just by thinking of the river during the time when the Sun is in Mesharasi.

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Accommodation at Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra | Road (Route) Map to Dajipur Bison wildlife Sanctuary from Phonda

Accommodation at Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra | Road (Route) Map to Dajipur Bison wildlife Sanctuary from Phonda

Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra

Dajipur Bison wildlife Sanctuary is at the top of the hill and in between the thick forest.  In this center one can see and enjoy with the animals like wild buffaloes, deer’s and birds.  If one visited this place once then they will strictly say that there won’t be such a beautiful animal center anywhere.  With the presence of different trees of various types which are seen in rare places and the pleasant and enjoyable weather attracts the nature lovers and makes them not to leave that place for a long time.

How to reach Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary?

Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary can be accessed by road, which is at 80 KM from Kolhapur. Kolhapur is the nearest railway station for the Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary. Even though Belgaum is the nearest airport, it is suggestible to reach Pune airport, from there one can access Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary, by road.

Accommodation at Dajipur Bison Wildlife Sanctuary:

There are Dajipur M.T.D.C Rest Area and GUEST HOUSE IN DAJIPUR JUNGLE for accommodation.

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