Amarkantak is one of the pilgrimage sites of Madhya Pradesh, which is surrounded by the exquisite beauty of the Vindhya and Satpura range. This holy city boasts many attractions and is home to many ancient temples of the Kalchuri period, surrounded by various ancient temples and hills. This beautiful place is actually the center of attraction among the tourists.
Situated in the heart of the ancient city, Narmada Kund is the cradle of the Narmada River and is surrounded by 16 ancient stone temples. Some of the main temples in this complex are Narmada Temple, Lord Shiva Temple, and Shri Radha Krishna Temple. To experience peace, one must visit this place at least once.
The Doodh Dhara Falls in Amarkantak is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in India. The second waterfall of the Narmada River bears its name because of its color which is milky white, you will be mesmerized by the beauty of this waterfall.
An interface of interlocking triangles, snake hoods, and a stunning architectural structure that rises out of a valley comes to the Sri Yantra Temple today, attracting worshipers and well-wishers across the world.
Kapil Dhara Waterfalls is a center of attraction for people visiting Amarkantak. Here the holy water of the Narmada River falls from a height of about 100 feet. This waterfall was named after Rishi Kapil.