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Places to visit in Singrauli District

Places to visit in Singrauli District

Mada Caves

The area has group of rock cut caves made in the 7-8th century AD in Mada, 32 km from Waidhan. The Mada caves are situated in Mada tehsil of Singrauli district. Famous caves include Vivah Mada, Ganesh Mada and Shankar Mada, Jaljalia and Ravan Mada. Besides rock cut caves, Singrauli also has Painted rock shelters. Ranimachi, Dholagiri and Goura pahad lie in Chitrangi tehsil of Singrauli. These painted rock shelters belong to the Mesolithic age of microlithic implements culture.

Jaljaliya Mada Caves: This cave complex consists of two caves of which one is a temple cave and the other is an underground cave which in in the form of a pool. The temple consists of Lord Shiva statue and the statue of a goddess. The most interesting aspect is that the pool cave has an unidentified source of water and was probably used as a bathing pool in ancient times.  About 200 meters away from this cave, there is a small temple dedicated to Goddess Sita known as Sita Kuti. Near this is a small waterfall, which is also known as the wish-fulfilling waterfall and hence popular among the locals.

Rose Garden

The famous Rose garden located at Jayant project township of Northern Coalfields is the best place for The famous Rose garden located at Jayant project township of Northern Coalfields is the best place for meditation and yoga.

 

 

 

Shri Hanuman Temple Jhingurdah

A famous Hindu religion temple in the Singrauli is the temple of the hanuman. This is an ancient temples in the town. The Audi Hanuman Temple is located in the Jhingurdah Project of the Northern Coalfields Ltd. and is maintained by the Jhingurdah Society. This temple is very popular for worship and the surrounding area of Tippa Jhariya is a famous tourist spot. The most interesting feature of this temple is that it lies in the region bordering the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, hence few of the stairs leading to the temple lie in the Madhya Pradesh side while the rest of the stairs lie on the Uttar Pradesh side of the border.

 

Source : https://singrauli.nic.in/en/places-of-interest/



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