Exuding the legacy of ancient dynasties that reigned over Jabalpur, Chausath Yogini Temple is one of the oldest temples. It was built in the 10th century by the rulers of the Kalchuri Dynasty and dedicated to Goddess Durga along with 64 yoginis.

Standing through the vagaries of time, Chausath Yogini Temple has witnessed Mughal invasions when it was damaged partially but still considered to be an impressive sight to behold for the tourists.

It is a circular temple built by Yuvaraj II of the Kalchuri dynasty. It comprises 81 yogini shrines instead of 64. Maa Narmada’s presence makes it adorable.Vigras survived jihadi attacks here too.


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How to Reach:

The Chausath Yogini Temple is located in the Bhedaghat Nagar area, around 25 km from the main city of Jabalpur and can be reached using the public bus, local cabs or on your own or hired vehicle. The nearest airport is at Jabalpur.


Bheda Ghat, Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh 483053

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