One of the biggest cities in the state of Madhya Pradesh by area, Jabalpur is known for its picturesque marble rock formations in Bhedaghat on the banks of the river Narmada. Apart from its beautiful surrounds, Jabalpur is also the army headquarters of five states - Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Bihar and Jharkhand.

Eating Out!

Eateries in Jabalpur are aplenty. From small roadside eateries that offer a variety of food to the established food stalls in the Chowpatti in Civic center offering bhels, sandwiches, dosas and the works. Here's a tip - try the aloo-tikki's at Prakash's.

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Hotel Kanak ,madan mahal narsingh ward, Station Rd Jabalpur

Gurjar Food Center,303/1, South Civil Lines, 26, The Mall Road Jabalpur

BabuBhai Sweets, Damoh Naka Chowk Jabalpur

Landmark Restaurant, Madan Mahal Jabalpur


Shoppers can have their full at the old bazaar that stocks traditional handicrafts, antiques and the ethnic collections of Jabalpur. They can also stroll through the big shopping malls offering a spectrum of options for budgets of all sizes. Mrignayani, a handicraft emporium run by the government stocks exquisite jute items.
Hidden galis and chowks store unique jute crafts, silver and brassware and a wide range of saris and dresses that flaunt exquisite zardosi embroidery. The Maheshwari and Chanderi saris are typical of Madhya Pradesh make for gorgeous souvenirs.

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Events & Festivals

  • Lohri
    Lohri is celebrated on 13th January.
  • The festival of Lohri marks the end of the harvest season in North India. As a part of the festival, bonfires are set up and people feed the fire with popcorn, peanuts, puffed rice and other similar commodities. The feast gets on and is rounded off with traditional song and dance.