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Sardar Sarovar Narmada Dam

The Sardar Sarovar Dam on river Narmada is India's Largest Multi- Purpose Project, bordering the States of Gujarat with Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. It is 30 minutes drive from Rajpipla and being developed as tourist attraction for Visitors. The Karjan Dam was earlier Gujarat's largest masonry dam to provide irrigation in Narmada and Bharuch Districts. Boating facilities in reservoir for visitors is being arranged, and is just 7 kms from Rajpipla

Karjan Dam

Nilkantha dham Poicha

On both banks of river Narmada there are ancient holy sites and bathing ghats mainly of Shiva and saint Temples at Garudeshwar, Chandod, Shuklateerth, Nareshwar, Shoolpaneshwar, Kabirwad etc. Nilkantha Dham was made at an elevated spot near Poicha Village, overlooking the Narmada river. It is 30 min drive on road only 13 Km From Rajpipla

Kuber Bhandari Shiv Temple

On both banks of river Narmada there are ancient holy sites and bathing ghats mainly of Shiva and saint Temples at Garudeshwar, Chandod, Shuklateerth, Nareshwar, Shoolpaneshwar, Kabirwad etc. Nilkantha Dham was made at an elevated spot near Poicha Village, overlooking the Narmada river. It is 30 min drive on road only 13 Km From Rajpipla

Shoolpaneshwar Temple

On both banks of river Narmada there are ancient holy sites and bathing ghats mainly of Shiva and saint Temples at Garudeshwar, Chandod, Shuklateerth, Nareshwar, Shoolpaneshwar, Kabirwad etc. The Jain Temple at Jhagadia in well known in Gujarat, besides there are temples, ashrams, mosques, dargahs, churches, Parsi Fire Temple etc. within or close proximity from Rajpipla. The original Shoolpaneshwar Temple was on a rock in the middle of river Narmada, after the dam construction the temple was submerged. Therefore a new temple was made at an elevated spot near Gora Village, overlooking the Narmada river.In the natural hilly and thickly forested area along the valley and reservoir of Narmada River, there are sloth bears, panthers, deers, antelopes, foxes, jackals, hyena, monkeys and other small animals and birds like eagles, green pigeons (parrots) owls etc, whereas Crocodiles, otters are in the river.

Zarvani WaterFall

Zarvami WaterFall was at an elevated spot near Zarvani Village and Sardar Sarovar Dam. It is 30 min drive on road only 11 Km From Sardar Sarovar Dam And 1 hour drive on road from Rajpipla.

Narmada River

Vishal Khadi

Vishal Khadi was at an elevated spot near movi Village. Its was Very nice Place for visiters. It is 45 min drive on winding road from Rajpipla..

Junaraj temple

Junaraj was the state Of Maharaja Vijaysinh. Junaraj Temple was at an elevated spot near Junaraj Village and Karjan Dam. It is 30 min drive on road only 15 Km From Karjan Dam And 1 hour drive on road from Rajpipla. There is also a shorter one and a half hour route to reach Junaraj from Karjan Dam by going in a boat on banks of River Karjan.

View from Malsamot

This substantially elevated place near Maharashtra border, is amidst, teak forests with sunset, sunrise, valley view points, bracing cool climate and the Ninai waterfalls is breath- taking. It is 2 hours drive on winding road from Rajpipla.

Ninai Waterfalls

Jain Temple at Jhagadia

The ancient Jain Temple at Jhagadia,35 kms. from Rajpipla, is famous and considered next only to the Jain Temples at Palitana in Gujarat. It was constructed many centuries ago by a Ruler of Rajpipla for worship of the Jain subjects in the state area. It has intrinsic stone carvings and statues, decorative marble flooring with inlay work and also embossed silver and gold plated design. Jain devotees from Gujarat and other states come in large numbers during religious occasions.

Kabirwad

This famous place is on an island in the middle of Narmada River, and regular mechanized boats operate to and fro from the banks near the pilgrim town of Shuklatirth to Kabirwad. It is known for its gigantic Banyan Tree which covers a vast area and is believed to have grown when Saint Kabir lived here during the last many years, the roots of this enormous tree has spread to larger circumference, making it extremely shady where many varieties of birds have taken shelter. Now since many years there is an imposing Kabir Temple where worshippers come and is popular on weekends and holidays, when families, students and other groups visit for picnic and outing. There is also a shorter one and a half hour route to reach Kabirwad from Rajpipla by going in a boat on banks of River Narmada between Rajpardi and Jhagadia.