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Muktagiri

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Divine place !

Muktagiri is situated a little further than amravati town in Maharashtra. It has a very famous Jain... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2018
SunakshiJ10
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Good place to visit in rainy season

Good place to visit in rainy season. Sourded by beautiful trees and water fall is also there. There... read more

Reviewed 26 December 2017
Vyankatesh M
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30 Jul 2018
“Divine place ! ”
26 Dec 2017
“Good place to visit in rainy season”
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Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile

Muktagiri is situated a little further than amravati town in Maharashtra. It has a very famous Jain temple and experience a heavy foot fall by religious followers. Its one of the most peaceful places that I have visited. Its beautiful. You can go up on...More

Thank SunakshiJ10
Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

There are 52 jain temples on a hill. You should be barefooted while climbing. Thus,its hard for old people and youngsters too. Best duration to visit is Monsoon season due to vegetation and waterfall.

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Reviewed 26 December 2017 via mobile

Good place to visit in rainy season. Sourded by beautiful trees and water fall is also there. There are around 55 jain temples. Try to reach befor 11am after that thet are not allowed to visit on topmost temple. On sunday after 11am entry also...More

2  Thank Vyankatesh M
Reviewed 30 October 2016

This place is located near Maharashtra (Amravati) and Madhya Pradesh (Betul) border. It has 52 Jain temples located on a small hill and a Jain temple at the main entrance. The main temple here is Temple no: 26, which is dedicated to 23rd Tirthankar of...More

1  Thank Vishal_J1974
Reviewed 7 December 2015

Its three in one jain pilgrimage centre easily approachable either from nagpur or bhopal by road.We can also visit chikhaldara hill station and melghat jungle safari in one trip of 2-3 days.Muktagiri is on hill and to climb it about 350 steps is a good...More

Thank sbgholse
Reviewed 19 June 2015

A Jain pilgrim place on the Maharashtra - Madhya Pradesh border. Amidst hills and forests the ride is comfortable with good roads. Experience holiness in serenity here in totality! Our Stay was arranged at the Jain Dharamshala and it was quite comfortable. The trek in...More

1  Thank VijayshreeGattani
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Visited the trio of Muktagiri Jain Temples, Chikaldara Hill station & Melghat Tiger Reserve during Holi vacations with my Linea. The drive was enjoyable & awesome. Muktagiri is 300 Kms from Bhopal via Betul. It takes 6 hours from Bhopal to Muktagiri by car. On...More

9  Thank rajnishjain2015
Reviewed 25 September 2012

Located near Amravati (Maharashtra) and Betul (Madhya Pradesh), Muktagiri is a pilgrimage of Jainism followers in India. It is located at a small hill top and one has to climb around 300-350 stairs barefooted to visit the temples. The most beautiful site is a very...More

9  Thank Rajat_saxena_ngp
Reviewed 21 September 2012

FOR JAINS: Muktagiri is one of the most ancient and a very important religious place.There are many true examples of miracles taking place here.One person(from Delhi) who used to limp previously got rid of his crutches after taking darshan of this miraculous teerthakshetra (He has...More

7  Thank paccent
Reviewed 28 August 2012

This is a religious place of Jain, however most people travel here to view the beautiful ranges from temple at the top of the mountain, feel the fresh air and experience the most peaceful and divine feeling of being one with Mother Nature, the God.

5  Thank manish4umeet
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