Jabalpur is one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh State in India and is famous for its history and unique culture. Formerly known as Jubbulpore it is a historical centre of the Kalchuri and Gond dynasties. Influenced by the intermittent reigns of the Mughal and Maratha, Jabalpur has developed a syncretic culture. This city is majorly known for its picturesque marble rock formations on the banks of River Narmada. For foreign travellers it is an industrial hub and a launch pad for, Bandhavgarh, Pench and Kanha which are famous Tiger Parks. The city bustles north of the railway line and lends a unique aura to its nearby surroundings. The dusty lanes across the Old Bazaar take you to some of the well known hotels of Jabalpur. If you look at this city from the eyes of a traveller, it will appear a lot peaceful and all the more interesting at the same time.
|Main Languages||:||Hindi and English.|
|Temperature||:||Summer - Max : 41. Min : 21.
Winter - Max : 27. Min : 10.
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October to January
Climate and Geography
Jabalpur is significant as it is features the central point of India and has an average elevation of 411 meters. It experiences a humid sub tropical climate which is typical of North-Central India. The summers are hot and dry and the winters are cool and pleasant. Monsoons bring in heavy rainfall. If you are planning to take a trip to this place, best time to visit will be between the months of October and January.
You can easily get in Jabalpur by train, rail or by air, it’s you who has to make a suitable choice out of the modes of transport available to you.
Rail: Jabalpur has a well knit rail network with express and superfast trains operating to major cities at regular intervals.
Road: The National Highway connects Jabalpur to significant cities enabling travel by roads.
Air: Daily flights operate to and fro Jabalpur Airport connecting it with popular cities of India.
Shopping & Entertainment
Shop for your favourite stuff form the crowded and chaotic bazaars in the city. Take home memoirs and a variety of paraphernalia coupled with a number of knick-knacks from the bustling markets of Jabalpur. If you want to entertain yourself visit the Yogi Bar and slurp in your much desired bottled drinks.