Gwarighat in Jabalpur
Gwarighat at a glance
Gwarighat is a famous Ghat on the bank of river Narmada besides Jabalpur city in Madhya Pradesh, India. Gwarighat is an important pilgrimage in Jabalpur district. Jabalpur city is fully blessed by holy river Narmada.
Gwarighat has the significant place in Sikh Religion because according to ancient stories in Gwarighat Guru Nanak (a Sikh guru) stopped to preach when he was returning to his hometown Punjab. There is a Gurudwara (a Sikh temple) on the bank of river Narmada to commemorate Guru Nanak's visit.
Attractions at Gwarighat
The festivals like Narmada Jainti, Holi, birthday of Guru Amardas Ji, Makar Sankranti etc, are celebrated here with great enthusiasm. In Gwarighat daily hundreds of pilgrims, devotes and tourists congregate to perform ritualistic bathing on the river Narmada to wash their sins to attain Moksha.
Facts about Gwarighat
Maha Aarti Maha aarti is conducted daily from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Holy River A belief to get moksha for the soul of ancestors In Gwarighat Hindus pour the ashes of their deceased relative in holy river Narmada with believe that it will lead the soul of dead person to ultimate peace. Other than this Gwarighat also has a Jain temple which is famous for its idols.