Kendriya Vidyalaya NKJ Katni
   
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 Temple-Maa Sharda devi (55 Km)-
It is a common belief that first fall Adiguru Shankracharya offered his prayer and worship in this temple. The famous historian A. Cunningham has done a detailed Study of this temple. He dates the stone inscription to 9th or 10th century A.D. In 1922 some joins piligrims inspired king Brajnath Singh Judev to ban offering of animal sacrifice in the temple.
Statues of Sri Kalbhairav, Bhagwan Narsingh, Hanuman ji, Goddess Mother Kali, Durga, Sri Gauri Shankar, Sheshnag, Phoolmati Mata, Bramhdev & Jalappadevi are also installed in Sharda Devi temple campus. Piligrims visit here to offer prayer for learning, wealth & children it is common belief that any prayer with ill will is not fulfilled by mothers

Sharda different ,sanskaras like mundane sanskaras and karnchhedan sanskaras are performed here.
Collector satna is the chair person of Maasharda Devi Samiti which was formed under m.p. maasharda devi act 2002 to manage this world famous shrine. This committee has constructed 2

 Maihar Evening-Maa Sharda devi (55 Km)-
It is a common belief that first fall Adiguru Shankracharya offered his prayer and worship in this temple. The famous historian A. Cunningham has done a detailed Study of this temple. He dates the stone inscription to 9th or 10th century A.D. In 1922 some joins piligrims inspired king Brajnath Singh Judev to ban offering of animal sacrifice in the temple.
Statues of Sri Kalbhairav, Bhagwan Narsingh, Hanuman ji, Goddess Mother Kali, Durga, Sri Gauri Shankar, Sheshnag, Phoolmati Mata, Bramhdev & Jalappadevi are also installed in Sharda Devi temple campus. Piligrims visit here to offer prayer for learning, wealth & children it is common belief that any prayer with ill will is not fulfilled by mothers

Sharda different ,sanskaras like mundane sanskaras and karnchhedan sanskaras are performed here.
Collector satna is the chair person of Maasharda Devi Samiti which was formed under m.p. maasharda devi act 2002 to manage this world famous shrine. This committee has constructed 2

 Maa Sharda-Maa Sharda devi (55 Km)-
It is a common belief that first fall Adiguru Shankracharya offered his prayer and worship in this temple. The famous historian A. Cunningham has done a detailed Study of this temple. He dates the stone inscription to 9th or 10th century A.D. In 1922 some joins piligrims inspired king Brajnath Singh Judev to ban offering of animal sacrifice in the temple.
Statues of Sri Kalbhairav, Bhagwan Narsingh, Hanuman ji, Goddess Mother Kali, Durga, Sri Gauri Shankar, Sheshnag, Phoolmati Mata, Bramhdev & Jalappadevi are also installed in Sharda Devi temple campus. Piligrims visit here to offer prayer for learning, wealth & children it is common belief that any prayer with ill will is not fulfilled by mothers

Sharda different ,sanskaras like mundane sanskaras and karnchhedan sanskaras are performed here.
Collector satna is the chair person of Maasharda Devi Samiti which was formed under m.p. maasharda devi act 2002 to manage this world famous shrine. This committee has constructed 2

 Maa Sharda devi (55 Km)-
It is a common belief that first fall Adiguru Shankracharya offered his prayer and worship in this temple. The famous historian A. Cunningham has done a detailed Study of this temple. He dates the stone inscription to 9th or 10th century A.D. In 1922 some joins piligrims inspired king Brajnath Singh Judev to ban offering of animal sacrifice in the temple.
Statues of Sri Kalbhairav, Bhagwan Narsingh, Hanuman ji, Goddess Mother Kali, Durga, Sri Gauri Shankar, Sheshnag, Phoolmati Mata, Bramhdev & Jalappadevi are also installed in Sharda Devi temple campus. Piligrims visit here to offer prayer for learning, wealth & children it is common belief that any prayer with ill will is not fulfilled by mothers

Sharda different ,sanskaras like mundane sanskaras and karnchhedan sanskaras are performed here.
Collector satna is the chair person of Maasharda Devi Samiti which was formed under m.p. maasharda devi act 2002 to manage this world famous shrine. This committee has constructed 2

 Bhedaghat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Bhedaghat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Bhedaghat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 BhedaGhat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Bheda Ghat: Dhuan Dhaar-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 BhedaGhat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Bheda Ghat-Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Bheda Ghat(100 km)-
Duandhar Jal prapat-This is a water fall that attract the people for its white ness and cloudy water drops-Through Train or Bus
 Temple-Khajuraho-160 KM
The name Khajuraho, ancient "Kharjuravāhaka", is derived from the Sanskrit words kharjura = date palm and vāhaka = "one who carries". Locals living in the Khajuraho village always knew about and kept up the temples as best as they could. They were pointed out to the English in the late 19th century when the jungles had taken a toll on the monuments. In the 19th century, British engineer T.S. Burt arrived in the area, followed by General Alexander Cunningham. Cunningham put Khajuraho on the world map when he explored the site on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India and described what he found in glowing terms. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "seven wonders" of India.
 Temple-Khajuraho-160 KM
The name Khajuraho, ancient "Kharjuravāhaka", is derived from the Sanskrit words kharjura = date palm and vāhaka = "one who carries". Locals living in the Khajuraho village always knew about and kept up the temples as best as they could. They were pointed out to the English in the late 19th century when the jungles had taken a toll on the monuments. In the 19th century, British engineer T.S. Burt arrived in the area, followed by General Alexander Cunningham. Cunningham put Khajuraho on the world map when he explored the site on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India and described what he found in glowing terms. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "seven wonders" of India.
 Khajuraho-160 KM
The name Khajuraho, ancient "Kharjuravāhaka", is derived from the Sanskrit words kharjura = date palm and vāhaka = "one who carries". Locals living in the Khajuraho village always knew about and kept up the temples as best as they could. They were pointed out to the English in the late 19th century when the jungles had taken a toll on the monuments. In the 19th century, British engineer T.S. Burt arrived in the area, followed by General Alexander Cunningham. Cunningham put Khajuraho on the world map when he explored the site on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India and described what he found in glowing terms. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "seven wonders" of India.