It is considered sacred as they are popularly believed to be the place where Lord Shiva concealed himself from the wrath of Bhaismasur.,
  • About 108 Shivalinga formed naturally inside this cave.,
  • “Gupt Ganga” - water opening from the cave which nobody knows that from where this water comes.,
  • It boast of a natural Shivalingam under the shadow of a massive rock.,
  • The stone formation in cave closely resemble the hundred headed snake Seshnag.,
  • It is named after the mythological belief that lord Shiva shaded his matted lock here.,
  • The rock formation in the caves resemble Lord Shiva's matted hair.,
  • It is most visited during “shivratri”., Pachmarhi Travel Guide, Holiday Plans is a tour & travel company which plans trips to any location across India in any feasible budget with best customisation in lowest budget."/> It is considered sacred as they are popularly believed to be the place where Lord Shiva concealed himself from the wrath of Bhaismasur.,
  • About 108 Shivalinga formed naturally inside this cave.,
  • “Gupt Ganga” - water opening from the cave which nobody knows that from where this water comes.,
  • It boast of a natural Shivalingam under the shadow of a massive rock.,
  • The stone formation in cave closely resemble the hundred headed snake Seshnag.,
  • It is named after the mythological belief that lord Shiva shaded his matted lock here.,
  • The rock formation in the caves resemble Lord Shiva's matted hair.,
  • It is most visited during “shivratri”., Pachmarhi Travel Guide, Holiday Plans is a tour & travel company which plans trips to any location across India in any feasible budget with best customisation in lowest budget." />


    Jata Shankar Caves

    Why?
    • It is considered sacred as they are popularly believed to be the place where Lord Shiva concealed himself from the wrath of Bhaismasur.
    • About 108 Shivalinga formed naturally inside this cave.
    • “Gupt Ganga” - water opening from the cave which nobody knows that from where this water comes.
    • It boast of a natural Shivalingam under the shadow of a massive rock.
    • The stone formation in cave closely resemble the hundred headed snake Seshnag.
    • It is named after the mythological belief that lord Shiva shaded his matted lock here.
    • The rock formation in the caves resemble Lord Shiva's matted hair.
    • It is most visited during “shivratri”.
    Location
    • 5.5 kms from Handi Khoh
    Timing
    • Sunrise to Sunset
    Entrance Fee
    • Free
    Restaurants nearby
    • Natraj Restaurant
    • Local eateries available
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