Narmada Kund

  • Address: Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh 484886, India
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Religious Site, Family And Kids

Narmada Kund is a pilgrimage site where River Narmada, the fifth largest River in India emerges. Pilgrims visiting the site are known to carry water from one end to the other end of the River to offer it in the temple. The deity here is Goddess Narmada and her Vaahan (vehicle) is a crocodile. The temple is set amidst lush greenery and the drive up to it is also a pleasant experience. Devotees from all over the country visit Narmada Kund to seek the blessings of the Goddess and some even choose to walk the entire stretch of the River which is a rigorous walk.

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  • Narmada Kund Address: Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh 484886, India
  • Narmada Kund Price: Free
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  • 21.43% of people who visit Amarkantak include Narmada Kund in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Narmada Kund visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Narmada Kund

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Narmada Kund

People normally club together Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri and Shri Yantra Mandir while planning their visit to Narmada Kund.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Origin of narmada, beautiful landscapes

  • A pleasant religious shrine built on the legendary source of the Narmada river. The complex is home to a number of temples and the Narmada udgam sthal. The primary attraction is the Narmada temple where worship ia conducted daily. There is an arati at dawn and dusk which is also a worthwhile experience.

  • "This large temple complex houses the Kund (tank) from where the holy river Narmada originates. There are two temples, facing each other and connected with a mandapa. One is known as Narmada Udgam Temple and other as the Narmada Mai Temple."

  • Very divine place with everyone engaged in worshipping maa Narmada. Properly managed, clean and well maintained mandir premises. Must visit for evening prayers at 6.30pm. If you are visiting as a tourist and not as a devotee, there’s a lot for you to photograph. The rituals etc. are for the followers and may seem a little restrictive for others.

  • Peaceful Place. Very Spiritual place. It is also recognized as origin(Udgam Sttan) of Narmada River.

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