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Jabalpur जबलपुर A district place and city in Madhya Pradesh state of Indian Republic. Jabalpur, formerly known as Jubbulpore, is one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh state in India. It is the third largest urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh and the 38th largest urban agglomeration in India as per the 2011 census statistics. Area: 315 km². Population: 932,484 (2001) UNdata

Friday, March 2, 2018

Originally a festival to celebrate good harvests and fertility of the land, Holi is celebrated as part of legendary story from Hindu Mythology. The story is about an arrogant king who resents his son Prahlada worshipping Lord Vishnu. He attempts to kill his son but fails each time. jabalpur-holika-dahan Finally, the king’s sister Holika who is said to be immune to burning, sits with the boy in a huge fire. However, the prince Prahlada emerges unscathed, while his aunt burns to death. Holi commemorates this event from mythology, and huge bonfires are burnt on the eve of Holi as its symbolic representation.

A perfect landing station for Indian wild life experience. Jabalpur should be called the TIGER CORRIDOR as it is the nearest Road, Train and Air gateway to world famous Kanha, Bandhavgad, Pench and Satpuda Tiger National parks.

Rani Durgavati Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur (Jabalpur University) Rani Durgavati a queen and personality with varied facets was a valiant, beautiful, great leader. Her self-respect forced her to fight till death rather than surrender herself to her enemy. She, like her ancestral dynasty, built so many lakes in her state and did a lot for the welfare of her people. She respected the scholars and extended her patronage to them.

In the year 1983, the Government of Madhya Pradesh renamed the University of Jabalpur as Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya in her memory. Government of India paid its tribute to the valiant Rani by issuing a postal-stamp commemorating her martyrdom, on 24th June 1988.