One day beautiful and delightful trip..
Best time to visit it's mesmerized natural beauty is New year..!! The small hill station is covered with fog and little snow..
Wraped in the exquisiteness of Vindhya and Satpura range, the glorious Amarkantak is one of the most famous pilgrim hubs in the state of Madhya Pradesh. ... Amarkantak in Sanskrit means the 'eternal source,' which is significantly linked with the sacred river Narmada, one of the most sacred and unique rivers of India.
A sanctified place of pilgrimage for Hindus which has a great area of natural beauty enhances its popularity.
Amarkantak is the source of one of the most venerated rivers of central India, the mighty Narmada as also of the River Sone.
Amarkantak is situated at an altitude of 1065 meters making it a hill station with some of the most exquisite temples that one will ever see.
Amarkantak is a Sanskrit word the literal meaning of which is immortal (amar) obstruction (kantak). The place was abode of gods but was disturbed by the hindrances of Rudraganas and hence called Amarkantak..!!!