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Damoh



Damoh, described as the city of grace and affection, is a small city of great historical importance in Madhya Pradesh. Formerly, the seat of Maratha governors, Damoh is also known as the crown of Vindhyachal and Sad-Bhawna Shikhar situated there is the highest point at 2467 ft.

Damoh holds a number of beautiful and sacred temples including Jatashankar which lies in the outskirts of the city and a 10th century Shiva temple, Nohleshwar. The other important tourist destinations include Giri Darshan, the Fort of Singaurgarh, Nidan Kund and Nazara. The famous Jain temple of Bade-Baba situated at Kundalpur is at a distance of 35 km.

The nearest airport is the Jabalpur Airport, 106 km away. The city has its own railway station and is well connected by roads.



Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Damoh
Location: Damoh

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