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Bheda Ghat

Ragini Mehra
Begin your day with a visit to the glorious Dhuandhar Falls, a 30-metre high waterfall in Bhedaghat. As the name suggests, this smoky cascade is a beautiful sight and a delight for nature lovers as well as photographers. You can opt for a boat ride here or through the natural marble rocks carved by the Narmada River.
Sonal Agarwal
Bheda Ghat is another place in India that is not meant for first-time divers. A little away from the Dhuedhar Falls of Jabalpur, lies the cliffs of marble rocks that are as high as 100ft. There are also kids, who charge you money for watching them dive from the height of 50ft straight into River Narmada.
Offbeat Voyagers
Cliff diving in Bhedaghat, Madhya PradeshMadhya Pradesh boasts of many natural wonders. The most popular are the magnificent Dhuadhar waterfall. Not far from that is Bhedaghat, where the Narmada river is flanked by towering cliffs. There are marble rocks rising as high as 100 ft here. Cliff diving in Bhedaghat
Abhishek Bhan
Behold the magnificence of nature at Bhedaghat.In search of interesting facts about India? There aren’t many places in the world where you can take a boat ride through a river that is hugged by color-changing cliffs of marble on both sides. Bhedaghat is one of those places and it is a treat to witness.
Shaunak Marulkar
The main attraction at Bhedaghat, as the heading suggests, is the Marble Rocks, that you see in different colours including Pure White, Black, Light Blueish and Light Green. You will have to opt for boating at a nominal cost, as specified by the Ticketing Office, you get to see the differently-coloured rocks. Typically boating in these waters during sunset or better still, on a full moon night could be awesome. Pay minute attention to the boatman for his comic rhymes (but don’t take it personally).