This is a natural splendour which should not be missed while touring this region in Madhya Pradesh. It is a stretch of marble rocks standing tall along the banks of the River Narmada for a few hundred feet on either side. Traced back to Tripuri – an ancient settlement of Jabalpur, the site is also known for housing fossils of animals dating back to the Stone Age. The marble pinnacles stand over 100 feet, making it a breathtaking experience which one can experience while boating or over a coracle ride.
A number of tourists visit to view this natural attraction but there are regular devotees who also throng the area to flock at the Pachavati Ghat, the site where the old and the new streams merge.One can visit the site throughout the week and boating is closed during the monsoon season.