Mai ki Bagiya

 

Mai ki Bagiya translates to Mother’s Garden in English, is located in Amarkantak , a pilgrim¬† town in Anuppur District in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated around 5 km from Narmadakund and covers the surrounding forests.

The garden has been built in honour of the Goddess Narmada. It is a natural garden which features banana, mango, Gulbakawali, roses and fruits and flower plants. The Gulbakawali plant is known to release a lingering sweet smell.

This garden also features various shrines of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, a rain-fed kund and a large number of trees. One can also find a wide variety of medicinal herbs and plants on the banks of holy kund.

Source

http://www.holidayiq.com/Mai-ki-Bagiya-Amarkantak-Sightseeing-1213-8879.html

http://www.indiasite.com/madhyapradesh/amarkantak/mai-ki-bagiya.aspx

http://www.musafirhuyaron.com/har-har-narmade-two-days-affair-with-amarkantak-part-2/

 

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