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JataShankar 1. Jata Shankar
The stone formation in the cave resembles the hundred headed divine snake Seshnag.
JataShankar cave is the place where Lord Shiva supposed to have concealed himself from Bhasmasur. It is from the loose boulders of this cave that the JambuDwipstream originates. The loose rocks of this sacred cave looks like the matted hair of Lord Shiva, hence this place is renowned as JataShankar.
JataShankar 2. Mahadev Temple
Mahadev temple is one of the oldest temple in Pachmarhi which is located in caves in hilly regions.
JataShankar 3. Pachmarhi Church
This vantage viewing point marks the place from where Pachmarhi was discovered by Captain Forsyth in 1857. The British developed Pachmarhi as a resort and their influence is embodied in its churches and colonial architecture.
JataShankar 4. Gupt Mahadev
Gupt Mahadev Cave temple Experience a natural view you have to move between a small passage between the hills. This is a very good temple and adventures are there as you enter. Gupt Mahadev is a 40 feet long cave. The path that leads to Gupt Mahadev cave goes inside the Bade Mahadev.
JataShankar 5. Chauragarh Temple
Chauragarh temple is a popular pilgrimage centre, which is situated at an altitude of 1326 metre. It basically comprises a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is located 4 km away at the end of a steep climb of 1300 steps from Mahadev. Devotees have to make a strenuous climb carrying a trishul as an offering to Lord Shiva. This ritual of carrying three to four quintal heavy trishul to the shrine is prominent during Shivaratri. At the shrine there is a Dharmashala where devotees can stay and relax.
 

 

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