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One large rock hanging over a bunch of more rocks. Needless to say that this is quite a marvel of physics but I didn’t find it much interesting. Located opposite to the madan mahal fort so no need to go separately to this place.
This place is near Madan Mahal Fort. One large rock is balancing on other rock on a small point thats it.
This is just a passby visit place. One should hardly spend 5-10 mins time here for photography.
Balancing Rocks near Madan Mahal in Jabalpur is a very less known and frequented attraction. The sight of the rock balancing precariously on the bigger rock is quiet unique. When we visited here, we were the only people at this location.
Small tourist attraction near Madan Mahal. Worth a small visit if passing by. The large rock seems to be balancing on a small point. Kind of a smaller version of what you may encounter at Mahabalipuram - Krishna's Butter Ball.
It’s just a pile of rocks beside a less crowded lane. The geography is very interesting and very useful for project work . This place needs more publicity and supervision. This is quite of the way. Local people know about it.
One can just admire and marvel at natures gift to us. The balancing rocks are in this position for decades and continues to surprise us with the balance it possesses.A must to see when you visit Jabalpur.
This place is in Jabalpur,on the way to Bhedaghat,near Madan Mahal fort. There are two rocks, precariously placed over one another,only edges are in touch. These haven't fallen even during earthquakes.This is a marvel, took photos. One can spend 10-15 minutes over here
Pranabda and I had a city tour at Jabalpur on 22 Nov 18. It was a part of the plan to have a look at the great balancing act of the Nature - the Balancing Rocks. These balancing rocks are a fine reminder to us...More
The Narmada is a perennial river and the water at Bhedaghat is hundreds of feet deep so you can still have the boat ride and admire the marble cliffs. Summer is not my favourite season to travel and day temperature in those... More
The Narmada is a perennial river and the water at Bhedaghat is hundreds of feet deep so you can still have the boat ride and admire the marble cliffs. Summer is not my favourite season to travel and day temperature in those parts will be in mid 40's. But if it cannot be avoided, go for it! Try going to the ghat early in the morning and see if you can find a boat man or late in the afternoon.