-The Heart of Incredible India
Madhya Pradesh is a Central Province of India. It was named after the word “Central “which means Madhya and Pradesh meaning “State”.
The formation of the state of Madhya Pradesh took place in 1956.
The state is situated in the centre of the country, but considering the human anatomy, I would say that it is located in the heart of the country.
And we all are well aware of the fact that anything close to our heart is very precious to us. Therefore, Madhya Pradesh can be recognized as the dearest of our country.
Geographically speaking Madhya Pradesh is the second-largest Indian state after Incredible Rajasthan.
Expanded in the valley of Narmada and Chambal River, Madhya Pradesh has a breathtaking view.
Madhya Pradesh History
Madhya Pradesh was historically known as Malwa, The name Malwa was obtained from the Ancient Tribe Malwa. Madhya Pradesh ( Present Name ) is a portion of the Gupta Dynasty and Mughal Saltanat.
Madhya Pradesh Become the part of the Gupta Empire during the monarchy of Chandragupta II popularly knows as Vikramaditya. The period of Vikramaditya’s Kinsmenship was recognized as the golden era of Malwa History.
Madhya Pradesh has a significant place in Indian History as the birth of Ashoka ( Mauryan King) happened during this era. If I begin to describe the history of Madhya Pradesh then I would not know where and how it will be concluded as it is very long and deep.
So let me just begin with some practical and functional information about this marvellous place.
Popular Languages of Madhya Pradesh:
As they say, communication is the key so let me tell you very frankly that you must know about the official language of any chosen destinations of yours before planning your trip.
As a traveller, if you are curious to find the secrets of any place then you must interact with them in their local language. But please do not worry as it is not compulsory, it is just an added advantage.
Hindi is the official language of Madhya Pradesh But people in the southern and eastern part of Madhya Pradesh speaks Awadhi and Bagheri.
Also, the third most spoken language after these two is Marathi, well that seems good news for our Maharashtrian traveller.
Capital of Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal Is the present capital of Madhya Pradesh. But before the restructure of the central province in the year 1956, Nagpur was the capital of Madhya Pradesh.
Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh
Shivraj Singh Chauhan is the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.
Governor of Madhya Pradesh
Lalji Tondon is the current Governor of Madhya Pradesh.
The High Court of Madhya Pradesh
The high court of Madhya Pradesh was founded on 2 Jan 1936 and is located in Jabalpur
Madhya Pradesh on Map:
Madhya Pradesh Tourism
We all must have seen the commercial of Madhya Pradesh Tourism with a famous tagline “ The Heart of Incredible India”. Madhya Pradesh truly is the heart of India for its NaturalEnvironments, World famous Heritages sites, elegantly carved Temple, and vibrate Festivals.
Tourism in Madhya Pradesh has been a significant part of the Indian Tourism Industry because it is located in the centre of the country.
Madhya Pradesh has been a resident of the cultural heritage of Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, etc. The state is marked with countless monuments, forts, stupas, palaces, and beautifully carved temples.
Due to its remarkable contribution to Indian tourism, Madhya Pradesh has won the Best Tourism State National Award for 3 consecutive years i.e 2017, 2016, and 2015.
Moreover, the Diverse Natural Environment of Madhya Pradesh makes it even more attractive.
Madhya Pradesh is drawn in the midway between Indo Gangetic Plain in the north and the Deccan plateau in the south. The Geology of Madhya Pradesh is identified by its low hill, extensive plateaus, and River valleys.
As I mentioned earlier that Madhya Pradesh has a very deep history which has its importance in Indian History, it is due to several historical reasons.
A few of those reasons are that MP has been a home of Buddhism and Jainism culture, it was a motherland of great warriors ( Popularly Ashoka ), builders, poets ( Kalidas ) Musician( Tansen). These great people are world-famous.
Madhya Pradesh has three stunning ancient sites namely the Khajuraho groups of Monuments, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, which have been declared World Heritage Sites by Unesco. It is a matter of pride for us Indians.
Now I shall head onto sharing some awesome tourist places in Madhya Pradesh.
Top 40 Must-Visit Tourist Places to Explore in Madhya Pradesh:
Khajuraho is the prime tourist spot in Madhya Pradesh. It is globally known for its temples which portray some of the finest art in the world.
It was built between 950- 1050 AD by the Chandela kingdom. These temples illustrate different forms like meditation, spiritual teachings, kinship, wrestling royalty, and most importantly erotic art form.
It is situated in Chhatarpur district, about 620 km southeast from Delhi.
Bhedaghat is among the famous tourist spot in Madhya Pradesh. It is well known for its Alluring and scenic waterfalls. These terrifying rocks are 100 feet high situated on either side of Narmada.
When the sunlight falls on these marbles white rocks then it gives immense pleasure to the eyes of the beholder.
Bhedaghat is the best place best for boating to explore this fascinating natural scene. This place is hardly 35 km from the airport and station. one can easily jump over to this place right from there dropping point.
Pachmarhi regarded as Satpura ki rani is the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh. This place too is surrounded by many waterfalls. It is the single highest point in Madhya Pradesh at a notable height of 1067 in a valley of Satpura Range.
It is also famous for the Satpura tiger reserve, lord Shiva and Pandavas. The name itself has a history related to Pandavas. According to the narrative this cave was built by five Pandavas brothers from Mahabharatha during their fourteen long years of banishment.
Panch means five and Marhi means cave, that is how the name was given to this place.
Nearby Airport to Panchmarhi is Bhopal and Jabalpur.
Gwalior is one of the most well known and megacity of Madhya Pradesh. This place is majorly known for its temples and palaces.
This place is located at a distance of 414 km from Bhopal, 120 km from Agra, and 343 km from Delhi. Gwalior has been the base of several dynasties that controlled it for years.
Gwalior is mostly known for its eye-catching hilltop which was popularly recognized as the pearl amongst fortress of India.
It also has an unequalled standing in Sangeet and has managed to be unharmed by the modernity.
5.Jai Vilas Palace
Jai Vilas palace also knows as Jai Vilas Mahal was built in the 19th century by Maharajadhiraj Shrimant Jayajirao Scindia. It is a symbol of age-old Indian Rich Culture.
The fascinating fact about the palace is that the architecture theme is European.
Now the place is a Royal Residence of Successor of Maharaja Srimant Jayajirao Scindia but the major portion is now a museum. It is one of the most visited places in Gwalior.
6.Jata Shankar Caves
Jata Shankar Caves are considered as holy as there is a mythological story surrounded it. Legend believes that Lord Shiva hides from the wrath of Bhasmasur.
The caves possess natural Shivalingam under the shadow of a massive Rock. These caves are worthwhile for the devotees.
It is situated in the Pipariya area in Madhya Pradesh. These caves were the shelter of Pandavas during there period of Exile.
Those who are like me and got fascinated by all Mythological stuff then should check out this astounding place. The eye-catching nature is the highlight of these caves.
It is a Historical palace situated in Indore city. It was constructed by Holkars of the Maratha Dynasty two hundred years ago. It is considered as the architectural glory of the Maratha Empire.
This seven storied construction is located near Chhatris.
Wow !! Street Food! .How many times I have to mention my unconditional love for food, I guess I Can not help it. Foodies can find the best treatment for themselves at this place.
This place offers you a wide range of Indian delicacies, Sweets, Spicy Food Beverages, etc. It opens at 8 pm and Closes at noon.
This place is located in Mhow Tehsil of Indore in Madhya Pradesh. It is a waterfall at a height of 300 feet.
Patalpani is the best picnic spot for the families and Treking spot for the adventure lovers.
This place too has some myths behind it as the depth of the water is still unknown. It is located at Kekariya Dabri, Indore.
If you are all tired up from the loud and crowded urban life then this place could be the best spot to enjoy your break. The place is beautifully located in the lapse of nature.
You can feel the calmness of this place all around. The best time to visit the Choral Dam is Monsoon when the beauty of this place is at its peak. Located at Berchha Lake, it is a backwater retreat for the tourist.
Lotus lake popularly known as Gulawat Talab is an alluring Lotus valley is located about 30 KM away from Indore. It can be called as a captive secret of Madhya Pradesh.
The stunning view of this place makes it an ideal location for travel photography and even the great location for wedding photoshoot as well which is in trend right now.
Here comes the place for wildlife lovers. It is a Wildlife sanctuary in Indore. This place is a home of species of birds as well as other wildlife.
This is the place most favourite weekend gateways for people of Indore. Surrounded in an area of 4 square kilometres of landscapes, is a great place to witness flora and fauna.
It opens at 9 am and closes at 6.30 in the evening.
Upper lake also known as Bbhojtal Lake is the soul of Bhopal as the resident of Bhopal survived over the drinking water that comes from this lake.
The existing glory of this lake has made Bhopal amongst the greenest state capital of the country. This lake is also a wonderful site for parasailing and kayaking, canoeing, etc.
A visitor can explore this place anytime between sunrise and sunset.
Taj-ul-Masjid is a mosque situated in Bhopal. It is the largest mosque in India and among the largest Mosques In Asia. It is among the most magnificent monument in Bhopal.
The name itself proves as it means the “Crown of Mosques “.
Sanchi Stupa possibly the most invincible place in India. It was built in the 3rd Century by the great Emperor Ashoka regarded as the last Samrat of the Maurya Dynasty.
It is one of the most exceptional Buddhist Monuments of our Country. Sanchi Stupa is located in Sanchi, Raisen, Madhya Pradesh.
Snuggled amid astounding hills and The glorious Upper lake, the lower lake is among the most famous attractions of Madhya Pradesh.
It is adjoined to the Kamla Garden and presents mesmerizing landscapes. Similarly to Upper lake, lowe lake too is best for water sports activities.
It is one of the most visited places in Madhya Pradesh as it has been declared as a UNESCO world heritage site as well. It is a prehistorical site in Madhya Pradesh.
A preserver of Sates rich culture and heritage, State Tribal Museum is the best place to witness the living aspect in the tribal life. This Museum is located at Shyamal Hill Road in Bhopal.
If you are an antiquarian just like me then, guys this your place to get lost in the presence of old tribal clothing, kitchen tools, etc.
21.Bhojpur Shiv Temple
The Bhojpur Shiva temple is among famous places to visit in Madhya Pradesh. The construction took place in the 11th Century during the rule of King Bhoja.
There’s is one fascinating fact about the temple, the construction is incomplete for some untold reason and the unfinished material still abandoned at the site.
Another famous weekend gateway of Bhopal is the Raisen Fort. Raisen Fort is recognized for its enchanting history which charms the visitors with its delightful stories of fights and sacrifices of Johar which took place here.
The fort is established on the top of the hill with temples, water bodies, and many wells inside it.
Bee fall is one of the most alluring places to visit in Madhya Pradesh. It is a popular interest of tourists in Pachmarhi Hill Station.
If you are a nature lover and you want to experience the silence of nature then this is surely the place for you
Handi Khoh is a pass inside the Pachmarhi Forest. It is a clifftop destination that is situated on a height of 300 ft.
It is also widely known as a suicide point. Surrounded by dense wood with a picturesque view is the best choice to witness the artwork of nature. It also has a history related to Lord Shiva.
25.Rajat Pratap Falls
Rajat Pratap Falls is among the famous waterfalls of Pachmarhi. This place is famous for its breathtaking view and the trekking spot.
Trekkers anxiously climb to the top to see the striking view from the Top. It is a kind of relaxation spot for the locals as well. The best time to have the spectacular view is in Monsson.
Also knows as Mount Dhoop is the highest point in Satpura Mountain Range. This place is admired by the visitors for its Sunset and Sunrise view.
The place is all encircles by the valleys and gorgeous waterfalls. It is another well-known trekking spot in Madhya Pradesh.
Orchha Fort situated in Orchha Town in Madhya Pradesh is ancient monuments that contain fort, palaces, temples, and other buildings.
It is one of the most renowned forts in Madhya Pradesh.
The fort and the other formation inside it were built by the Bundela Rajput back at the time of the medieval age.
Raja Mahal is the most remarkable among the constructions in Orchha Fort.
The name itself has given you a vague idea about the place, yes this structure looks similar to a semi-closed umbrella. This place is a renowned architectural phenomenal of Madhya Pradesh.
The place is comprised of magnificent structure which will leave you speechless. Being situated on the bank of River Betwa, chhatris looks astounding in the reflection of water.
The most sought after ghat in Orccha is the Kanchana Ghat and is located in Orchha Fort. The ghat is a memorial of the Bundela dynasty.
A spiritual site for the tourists and travellers when you plan your journey to Madhya Pradesh. The name “ Chatturhuj “ dictates the one who has four Arms and is devoted to Lord Vishnu.
This temple too was built by the Bundela Rajput to perform their spiritual practices. This temple is also an ancient architectural delight for the visitors.
31.Western Group Of Temple
It is a group of temples situated in Khajuraho. It a cluster of most grandeur Temples in Madhya Pradesh. It was built in the 11th century by the Chandela Dynasty.
It is one of the most notable places in Madhya Pradesh. It is esteemed for being a UNESCO world heritage.
The temples illustrate the god and goddess through the painting which on the wall.
32.Beni Sagar Dam
Beni Sagar is one of the major tourist attractions in the outskirts of Khajuraho City. It is another picnic spot for the people who live in this city.
It is set up on the river Khuddar and provides you with mild water sports like boating, angling, and swimming. This is the best place to witness the serene Aura of water and greenery together.
Another beautiful waterfall to get lost in nature. It is located in Chhatarpur and it is open fo the visitors from 8 am to 5 pm.
The stream is surrounded by the mesmerizing rock creation and the interesting fact about it is that the Rocks one of the oldest rocks on earth.
One of the most hypnotizing sites one can view on River Narmada. When the River Narmada crosses the rocks and water stream, delivering the mist, then the sight is worth seeing.
One can not take the chance to miss this spectacular scenery of nature.
35.Lord Shiva Statue at Kachnar city
Another Religious spot to visit in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the major tourist attractions in Jabalpur.
This magnificent statue of lord shiva attracts tourists from all over the world as it is the tallest statue of lord shiva.
This is 76 feet tall idol of lord shiva leaves you speechless while worshipping him from the ground.
Another awe spring location, Bargi dam, constructed on the Narmada River is a spectacular spot for a gateway.
Travellers can capture this astounding panoramic view in their camera for their lifetime memories.
This place is recommended for adequate water activities like paddle boating, water scooter riding, speed boating, and cruising.
Another enticing place of Jabalpur, The Balancing rock, this rock was eroded volcanic.
The creation of these rocks happened after a volcanic eruption. It is quite mysterious to see how the rock balances each other out by merely touching one another. That is majestic about this formation.
38.Madan Mahal Fort
Nearer to the balancing rock, Madan mahal fort is an outskirt area in Jabalpur which is famous for Durgavati Fort. It was built by Raja Madan Singh in the 11th Century.
This fort is precisely among the thought-provoking monuments of India. Every structure of this fort describes the living of the royal family and especially about the majestic Rani Durgavati.
This place is a must to visit when in Jabalpur.
Another remarkable place to feel the presence of Lord Shiva is Omkareshwar. It is known as a sacred island of our Hindu Religion in Madhya Pradesh.
Discover your pilgrim spirit while witnessing this splendid beauty. The night of this place when numerous devotees light up the diyas to worship the lord shiva is eye captivating.
One of the famous jyotirlingas is a symbol of Lord Shiva’s majestic Aura.
Daitya fort is situated in the historic city of Datia, also knows as Bir Singh Dev Palace is nearly 75 Kilometer from Gwalior City.
The interesting fact about the place is that it has 7 floors but neither member from the royal family did ever lived here for some unknown reason.
A beautiful blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture, this place is just made of bricks and stones, no metal and wood have been used in the construction.
That is unbelievable !!
10 Famous National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh is blessed with numerous National Park, reserves, and Wildlife sanctuaries is a one spot destination for any wildlife enthusiast. Let us get to know the most famous one.
1.Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is also known as Kanha Tiger Reserve.
The most interesting fact about this National Park is that famous Novelist Rudyard Kipling got the inspiration for his novel “Jungle Book “ from the Kanha National Park itself.
The most magnifying attraction of this park is the Swamp Dear ( Bara Singh) the forest department of Madhya Pradesh has done a tremendous job to save this rare species from extinction.
Other major attraction of this park includes Bamni Dadar, sambhar, chital Gaur, kingfisher, woodpeckers, Finches, Cuckoo, Rock Pigeons, Papiha, bee-eater, spurfowl, and Mongoose, This place gives a variety of Wildlife experience to the tourist.
The National Park is an integral part of the project tiger and then was declared as a tiger reserve in 1974 in Madhya Pradesh.
2.Bandhavgarh National Park
One of the most prominent destinations in Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National is the most visited National Park in the central State.
This is Biodiverse park famous for its large population of Bengal Tigers, especially in the central Tala zone. Apart from these Majestic Bengal tigers, this park offers numerous magnificent species like white tigers, leopards, and deer.
Bandhavgarh National Park is outspread at Vindhya hills in Madhya Pradesh. The park offers you an exciting and thrilling elephant and jeep safari to have a closer look at the wildlife of this park.
It should always keep in mind that the park is closed from July 1 to September as the monsoon is quite challenging for a safari and also mostly the wild animals preferred to stay in their shelter during rains.
It is recommended to plan your trip in the winter season when the climate is pleasurable.
3.Panna National Park
Panna National Park is located in Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh.
It was proclaimed as the twenty-second tiger reserve of India and also has been awarded the Award of Excellence in 2007 as the well-conserved national park of India by the Ministry of Tourism.
The national park has successfully managed to grab a large number for wildlife enthusiasts from across the globe.
Anytime Between January to May is the best time to travel to this park.
This park is also a temporary shelter for migratory birds. While exploring the park tourist can take a walk in the fugacious forest while spotting the species including Sloth Bear, Indian Wolf, Four-Horned Antelope, Leopard, rusty cat, chousingha, Indian Fox, porcupine and many more.
4.Pench National Park
Pench National Park situated in Seoni and Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh. It was established in 1975.
The park was named after Pench River that flows through the park from North to South.
The National Park consists of the Fugacious Forest and more of Flora and Fauna including Tiger, dears, and birds.
The Bengal Tiger is the main species of the park and it is fortunately present in good numbers. The most convenient time to visit this Park is between November and May.
The park opens for the visitors between 6 am to 10:30 am and between 3 pm to 6 pm. Similarly, other national parks this park too is closed during monsoon.
5.Madhav National Park
Madhav National Park is situated in the Shivpuri district of Gwalior. It was named after Madho Rao Scindia. The park is surrounded by lush backgrounds from all the sides.
This park too nestled the migratory bird including geese, pochard, pintail, teal, and gadwall. A wildlife enthusiast can witness some exceptionally wonderful species of Chinkara, Nilgai, Sambar, Chausingha, and Barking Dear.
One can easily have the sight of these beautiful wild animals during the safari tour. Apart from this, you may also witness a leopard or a wolf. The distinct landscapes of these forested hills make this park a unique place to visit.
6.Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary is a kept secret of Madhya Pradesh. Situated in the middle of Vindhyan Hills is a well-kept secret and a safe place for Flora and Fauna.
The serene Rivers and the quietness of the Wilderness make this place astounding for the visitors. One will be compelled to explore this place after seeing the dense and quite forest all around.
After the hustle of exploring city life, this place will surely give you peace of mind and you will be hypnotized by the natural beauty of it.
7.Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary
Nauradehi Wildlife sanctuary is the largest wildlife sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated at a distance of 90 km from Jabalpur and 56 km from Sagar. It was a forest area but later it was declared as a sanctuary in the year 1975.
This place has been officially declared as the most suitable place for the Southeast African Cheetah and the good news is that it has been considered as the most potential site for the cheetah Reintroduction in India.
Due to the presence of perpetual water sources including the rivers, there are a great number of in the protected zone.
8.National Chambal Sanctuary
National Chambal Sanctuary is located on the Chambal River. Chambal River is situated between the border of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
This place is a captive centre of the Endangered Gharial, the red-crowned roof turtle, and River Dolphine.
This sanctuary is a homeland for majorly Aauqatuc Animals. This place said to have the highest population of Gharial.
9.Bori Wildlife Sanctuary
Bori Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh. This sanctuary has been named after River Bori. This was the first declared forest reserve of India.
The prominent beauty of this park can tempt the wildlife to get lost ins this place. The best time to visit this place is from November to April.
10.Keoni Wild Life Sanctuary
Keoni Wildlife sanctuary was established in 1955 and is Situated in Dewas District in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the affluent wildlife sanctuaries of Madhya Pradesh.
Apart from the Wildlife, this place has an auspicious history of Lord Shiva and the beautiful Bal Gang River.
The major siting in this sanctuary includes Palm Civet, Tiger, Blackbuck, Nilgai, Chinkara, Chital, Blue Bull, Wild Boar, Sambar, Four-Horned Antelope, Barking Deer, and bird species like Indian Paradise Flycatcher Black Drongo, Common.
Madhya Pradesh is Famous For:
The Famous Dress of Madhya Pradesh includes Dhoti as the traditional wear for men whereas Lehanga and choli for women.
Also, you can find people covering their heads with Safa( Turban) which is considered a symbol of Pride and honour. Similarly, women cover their head and shoulder with odhni( Scarf).
The state can be termed as a cultural museum of India and the Fold dance of Madhya Pardesh has contributed to that title.
Lehenga is the famous Dance form among the fold dance of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from this, Karma, Jawara, Tertali, Ahiri, and Yadav Dance are the other traditional dance form.
Madhya Pradesh is not only rich in culture and heritage, but there are also many reasons to get attracted to this place and one of them is their delicious food.
Here a list of wonderful dishes that you should not miss out when you visit Madhya Pradesh. White Poha is the most famous breakfast for the people living in Madhya Pradesh.
Apart from the Poha, there are numerous street delicacies which you can taste in every corner.
They are Bhutte ka kees, Dal baffle which is a speciality of Bhopal, Seekh Kabab ( Mugal Cousine), Palak Puri, Bhopali Gosht Korma, Mal power, Mawa bari and what not.
Madhya Pradesh has a vast range of handicrafts to offer to the traveller. This heart of India is well known for its distinct manufacturing of gorgeous fabric.
The most famous among them are the Chanderi silk and Zari Work.
Designers from all over India come to purchase this hand made beautiful fabric.
Fairs and Festivals of Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh is one such land in India that produces vibrancy in every aspect of it. This place hosts the best festivals that any local or global traveller can ever encounter.
Madhya is home to a vibrant culture, people from various castes and religions, and tribes live here together. This place turns out to be a whole new colourful land during festivals and fairs. Have a look.
1. Looking Festival
It is a cultural festival which takes place in Bhopal Every year in January. All dancers who take part in this festival present themselves in their best form. This Festival is organized by the Adivasi Lok Kala Academy.
2. Akhil Bhartiya Kalidas Samaroh
Ujjain is a homeland of many esteemed poets like Kalidas, Pandit Surya Narayan, Balkavi Bairagi, and many more, arranged this Samaroh which includes poetry recitation, story reading, and cultural performances. It takes place in Ujjain every year in Jan and it lasts for 1 week.
3. Khajuraho Festival
Since the earliest history of Madhya Pradesh, Dance and Music has been the prominent part of its culture.
One of the most famous among them is the Khajuraho Dance festival which is a presentation of Indian Dance form.
Every year these festivities are perceived to pay tribute to the creator of this enormous Temple This festival happens every year in Feb and it too kast for 7 Days.
4. Bhagoria Hat Festival
Bhagoria Hat Festival is one such high spirited festival which is celebrated by the Bhil and Bhillas. This is one of the oldest festivals which is admired by the tribes.
This festival is also known as the festival of love as young girls and boys can rightfully marry after choosing their life partners. This festival is celebrated every year in March in West Nimar and Jhabua.
5. Ujjain Kumbh Mela
Kumbh Mela which only happens in India is the largest gathering of people on the planet. This meal is considered as the most auspicious one in Indian religion.
Kumbh Mela is held every three years This event takes place in 4 distinct locations Haridwar, Prayag, Ujjain, and Nasik.
The date to organized this meal is calculated based on the zodiac position of Jupiter, the sun, and the Moon. Devotees take a deep in this sacred water believing to be blessed by the divine.
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