NARMADA PARIKRAMA BY CAR

NARMADA  PARIKRAMA   BY  CAR  OR  BY  BUS. [ ROUTE GUIDE]

NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  by  Car or by bus is now very much popular and its popularity is growing day after day. Some traveling agencies are
conducting this tour from Amarkantak, Omkereswar, Maheswar and other big cities situated nearby Narmada. The total distance to cover
is about 4000 K.M. and takes 17 to 20 days to complete the total journey.  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  by car or by bus covers only the main places of religious interest
situated near road. Sufficient food and drinking water must be reserved. Emergency medicine, minimum tools for repairing car/bus and other necessary items must be taken in car/bus during journey.

FROM –TO        DISTANCE         NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  BY CAR OR BY BUS [ GUIDE LINE WITH DISTANCE CHART]

Amarkantak To Kathpore via NARMADA  temple complex, Mai-ki-bagia, Sonemuda, Yantra Mandir, Kapil
southern bank. Dhara, Dugha Dhara, Durga Dhara, Jaleswar Mahadev, Pataleswar Mahadev
and many other temples, Ashrams and Dharmashalas.

Amarkantak– Maharajpur 225 K.M. Krishna,Ram, NARMADA  and Mahadev temple at Maharajpur.

Maharajpur–Borgi Colony 230 K.M. Nandikeswar Mahadev, Ganesh and Hanuman tenple at Borgi Colony.

Borgi Colony–Jateswar 100 K.M. Hill station, very beautiful place within forest, Tripura Sundari Mata temple
at Jateswar.
Jateswar–Panchmari 290 K.M. Famous hill station, remarkable natural beauty,reserve forest, Gupteswar
and Jata Sankar Mahadev, Pandava cave, water falls, hotels and guest house.

Panchmari–Hosengabad 150 K.M. Famous place at the bank of NARMADA, Gayatri, NARMADA , Jagadish, Bankey
Bihari and other temples, many Ashrams and Dharmashalas.

Hosengabad–Handia 140 k.m. Hridhinath Mahadev,NARMADA  and Radha Krishna temple,Vibek Ashram
and Dharmashalas.

Handia–Omkereswar 220 K.M. Most important place during NARMADA  PARIKRAMA.
Omkereswar hill Parikrama is also a spritual journey to the NARMADA devotees
Omkereswar is one of the twelve famous Jyotirlinga in India. Mamaleswar
Mahadev is also considered as a Jyotirlinga in the south bank of NARMADA.
Other important places are Kuber Bhander Tirtha, Kherapati Hanuman temple
NARMADA Kaberi Sangam, Rinmukteswar Mahadev, Sidhanath,Gayatri temple
and many other temples, Ashrams and Dharmashala.

Omkerswar– Khalghat 100 K.M Beautiful place near Agra- Mumbai highway No. 3. Hanuman temple and
Markandeya Ashram at Khalghat.

Khalghat–Sahada 170 K.M. Ganapati temple and Dharmashala at Sahada.

Sahada– Rajghat 200 K.M. Rohini Tirtha, Dutta temple at Rajghat.

Rajghat– Gora Colony 260 K.M. very important place during NARMADA  PARIKRAMA. New Shulapaniswar Mahadev
temple. Attractive natural beauty around the temple.

Gora Colony– Jagadish Madi 120 K.M. kushumeswar and Kundaleswar temple, continuous Ram Nam for last 14 yrs.

Jadish Madi– Kathpore 70 K.M. Rinmukteswar ansd Alikeswar Mahadev, Ram temple and Kali Mata temple.
From Alikeswar village motor boat service is available to reach northern bank
of NARMADA. The first village of northern side is Mithi Talai. NARMADA  PARIKRAMA
by car may be started from here.

NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  BY CAR  GUIDE LINE  WITH DISTANCE CHART ( NORTHERN BANK )

Mithi Talai– Mangaleswar 93 K.M. Mangalnath Mahadev Shet Baraha Tirtha, Bharadwaj Ashram,Dhany Dham
Ashram of Anandi Mata at Nikora village.

Mangaleswar–Nareswar–Malsor 65 K.M. Nareswar-Kapardiswar Mahadev, Rang Abadhut Ashram, Dutta temple and
many other Ashram and Dharmashala.
Malsor-Angareswar and Pandaveswar Mahadev, Pancha mukhi Hanuman and
Satya Narayana temple and many other Ashram and Dharmashala.

Malsor–Tilakwada 100 K.M. Tilakeswar and Gautameswar Mahadev, Shapta Matrika temple, NARMADA
temple, Ashram and Dharmashala.

Tilakwada–Hapeswar 100 K.M. very attractive natural beauty of NARMADA. New Hapeswar Mahadev temple.
Hapeswar is the central location of Shulapani forest range.

Hapeswar– Koteswar 120 K.M. Very beautiful location at the bank of Narnada. Koteswar Mahadev and
Kanak Bihari temple.Ashram and Dharmashala. It is an important place during  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA.

Koteswar– Mandu 130 K.M. Hill station, historical place of Baj Bahadur and queen Rupamati. Palace of
queen Rupamati, Rewa Pond and Nilkantha Mahadev.Tourist place,hotels
and guest house.

Mandu–Maheswar 60 K.M. Maheswar is a famous city since ancient time.
It is an important place during  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA . A lot of temples and
Ashrams around the city. This place is developed by the queen Ahallya bai,
a real devotee of NARMADA  Mata and Mahadev. Matangeswar, Jaleswar, and
Biswanath Mahadev temple. Palace of the queen Ahallya bai. Sahasrarjun,
Ganesh, and Pandarinath temple.

Maheswar– Madaleswar– 130 K.M. Mandaleswar– Ratneswar, Gupteswar, Biswanath, Harihareswar, Jaleswar,
Nemawar Chatra Ganesheswar Mahadev. Ram temple and Dutta temple.
Nemawar– Central location of Narmada Parikrama path. Siddhanath Mahadev
temple,Annapurna temple,ancient Dutta temple, many other Ashram and
Dharmashala. It is also an important place during  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA.

Nemawar– Nilkanth 60 K.M. Dutta temple along with Swami Basudevananda Saraswati and Rang Abadhut
Maharaj. Mahadev temple and NARMADA  temple. The river Kaushalya merges
with NARMADA  at Nilkanth.

Nilkanth– Budhni 80 K.M. Mahadev temple,NARMADA  and Gopal temple, Dharmrshala at Budhni

Budhni– Pataighat 200 K.M. Mahadev temple, Ashram and Dharmashala at Pataighat.

Pataighat– Bheraghat 120 K.M. Famous place during  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  near Jabalpur. Dhuadhar water fall
and marbel rock. Tripura Sundari temple, Choushat Jogini and Mahadev
temple Sarada and Durga temple. Many Ashram and Dharmashala.

Bheraghat– Mandala 140 K.M. Very ancient and important city of Madhya Pradesh during  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA. Sahasrarjun, NARMADA, Durga temple. Many Ashram and
Dharmashala.

Mandala– Pali 220 K.M. Pali is famous for Birsen Devi temple. Nearest Railway Station is Birsinghpur.

Pali– Amarkantak 200 K.M. End of  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  after worshiping the Mother NARMADA  at NARMADA
temple complex.

For more information about  NARMADA  PARIKRAMA  by car or by bus  see Route Guide in Parikrama menu.

About Narmada

The Narmada , an important river of central India, rising in the Maikala range, of east – central Madhya Pradesh. Emerging on the summit of the plateau of Amarkantak on the north – eastern apex of the Satpura range in Rewa, it enters the Arabian sea below Bhuruch, after a total course of 1289 K.M. journey.
The Narmada stirs the simple rustic people to devotional fervour.

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