Identification of Tourism Circuits across India

Interim Report-Phase II
Madhya Pradesh

June – 2012
Submitted to: Ministry of Tourism, Government of India 1, Parliament Street, Transport Bhawan, New Delhi - 110001 2nd Floor, Ambience Corporate Tower, Ambience Mall, NH-8, Gurgaon, Haryana – 122 001 Submitted by:

Table of Contents
1. Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2. 2.1 2.2 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Assignment Brief .................................................................................................................... 1 Objectives of the Study ........................................................................................................... 1 Key Findings of the Report ..................................................................................................... 1 Description of the Circuits ...................................................................................................... 4 Destinations in the Circuits ................................................................................................... 15 Stakeholder Consultations..................................................................................................... 19 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment ........................................................................... 19 Existing Infrastructure Gaps ................................................................................................. 20 Projects Identification, Block Cost Estimates, Implementation and Funding....................... 22 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects .................................................................................. 30 Estimated Employment Generation ...................................................................................... 33 Stakeholder consultation ....................................................................................................... 34 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment ........................................................................... 34 Existing Infrastructure Gaps ................................................................................................. 35 Projects Identification, Block Cost Estimates, Implementation and Funding....................... 36 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects .................................................................................. 41 Estimated Employment Generation ...................................................................................... 43 Stakeholder consultation ....................................................................................................... 44 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment ........................................................................... 44 Existing Infrastructure Gaps ................................................................................................. 45 Projects Identification, Block Cost Estimates, Implementation and Funding....................... 46 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects .................................................................................. 51 Estimated Employment Generation ...................................................................................... 53

Brief Profile of the Tourism Circuits .............................................................................................. 4

Circuit 1: Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu ............................................... 19

Circuit 2: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh - Amarkantak ..................... 34

Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi - Bhojpur – Bhimbetka - Pachmarhi .................................................. 44

List of Tables Table 1 : Description of destinations along the circuit: Indore - Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar – Mandu ................................................................................................................................................... 15 Table 2: Description of destinations along the circuit: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh - Amarkantak .................................................................................................................. 16 Table 3: Description of destinations along the circuit: Bhopal – Sanchi - Bhojpur – Bhimbetka Pachmarhi ............................................................................................................................................. 17 Table 4: Stakeholder Consultations ...................................................................................................... 19 Table 5: Carrying Capacity for Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit ......... 19 Table 6: Identified projects in Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit .......... 22 Table 7: PPP Bifurcation of Identified Project ..................................................................................... 30 Table 8: District-wise employment estimates for Indore-Ujjain-Mandu-Maheshwar Omkareshwar circuit .................................................................................................................................................... 33 Table 9: Stakeholder Consultations ...................................................................................................... 34 Table 10: Carrying Capacity Assessment Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Amarkantak ........................................................................................................................................... 34 Table 11: Identified projects in Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Amarkantak Circuit ............................................................................................................................... 36 Table 12: PPP Bifurcation of the projects ............................................................................................. 41 Table 13: District-wise employment estimates ..................................................................................... 43 Table 14: Stakeholder Consultations .................................................................................................... 44 Table 15: Carrying capacity assessment of Bhopal – Sanchi - Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi..... 44 Table 16: Project Identification in Bhopal-Sanchi-Bhojpur-Bhimbetka-Pachmarhi ............................ 46 Table 17: PPP Bifurcation of Bhopal-Sanchi-Bhimbetka-Bhojpur-Pachmarhi .................................... 51 Table 18: District-wise employment estimates for Bhopal - Sanchi - Bhojpur -Bhimbetka-Pachmarhi .............................................................................................................................................................. 53 List of Figures Figure 1: Destinations in Indore.............................................................................................................. 5 Figure 2: Destinations in Ujjain .............................................................................................................. 6 Figure 3: Destinations in Omkareshwar.................................................................................................. 6 Figure 4: Destinations in Maheshwar ..................................................................................................... 7 Figure 5: Destinations in Dhar ................................................................................................................ 7 Figure 6: Destinations in Mandu ............................................................................................................. 9 Figure 7: Destinations in Jabalpur ........................................................................................................ 10 Figure 8: Destinations in Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park ................................ 11 Figure 9: Destinations in Bhopal .......................................................................................................... 12 Figure 10: Destinations in Sanchi ......................................................................................................... 13 Figure 11: Destinations at Pachmarhi ................................................................................................... 14

1. Introduction
1.1 Assignment Brief

IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (IL&FS IDC) appointed as the National Level Consultant (NLC) by Ministry of Tourism, is in the process of identifying tourism circuits across all the States and UTs (except North-East). These circuits are proposed to be developed during the 12th Plan, in an integrated manner with Central Financial Assistance and appropriate involvement of State Governments and private sector. For Phase I, the process has been completed with the selection of existing/new tourist circuits (four in each state and two in Union Territories). These circuits have been structured considering the length, duration and connectivity. Additionally, one of the four circuits in each state was prioritised as ‘Priority Circuit’ and studied in-depth in Phase I. For Phase II, similar exercise has been undertaken for identification of the basic tourism; tourism related infrastructure and promotional needs of the identified circuits, along with the tentative cost estimates. Thereafter, Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) will be prepared by the State Level Consultant for the projects identified along with their financial projections.

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Objectives of the Study

The objectives of the present study are: 1) To study the Phase II tourist circuits/destinations in Madhya Pradesh. 2) To analyse the potential and carrying capacity of the identified tourist circuits/destinations 3) Assess the existing infrastructure – basic and tourism related - for the circuits/destinations. 4) To assess the interventions for improving the quantity and quality of basic and tourism infrastructure for circuits/destinations. 5) Identify infrastructural projects to be initiated by Centre/State/Private sector.

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Key Findings of the Report

Three circuits covered under Phase II of the said assignment are: Circuit 1: Indore - Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar - Mandu Circuit 2: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh- Amarkantak Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi - Bhojpur – Bhimbetka - Pachmarhi The key findings of the study conducted along these circuits are listed as below: a) Indore: Majority of the destinations in the city are well connected with each other. Conservation and restoration is needed at Rajwada, Krishnapura Chhatriya and Boliya Sarkar ki Chhatriya whereas places such as Pataal Pani and Tincha Fall need public conveniences, kiosks and

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cafeteria. The potential of Ralamandal can be improved with proposals of ropeway, Fossil museum, Bio-diversity Park and Eco-Tourism. b) Omkareshwar: Development of ghats is needed at Omkareshwar Mandir, Triveni Sangam and Khedi ghat. Drinking water facility needs to be provided at all ghats. Ropeway and viewpoints need to be provided at Omkareshwar. c) Indira Sagar Dam: Adventure Sports can be promoted at the dam. d) Maheshwar: Upgradation of approach road is required in order to reach Maheshwar Temple. Development of ghats is also needed at Maheshwar Temple and surrounding areas. e) Mandu: Approach road leading to Mandav town requires upgradation. Most of the destinations in the city are well connected. Revitalization of Sagar Lake, Eco-point, Munj Talab and Reva kundis needed. f) Dhar: Restoration and conservation of Dhar fort and Bhojshala needs to be done. g) Bagh Caves: There is a need of a restaurant at Bagh Caves. h) Ujjain: Most of the destinations in the city are well connected. Upgradation of public conveniences is needed at all the Temples. Revitalization of Rudra Sagar needs to be done. Circuit 2: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh- Amarkantak a) Jabalpur to Bhedaghat Destination: Bhedaghat

Improvement in the solid waste management is required for Madan Mohan fort. Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots. Night illumination of Madan Mohan fort, Chausath Yogini Temple and Tilwara ghat. Restoration and conservation of Hanuman Mandir and Shiv Mandir Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences, onsite, is required for some tourist sites. Lack of drinking water b) Jabalpur – Kanha National park Destination: Kanha National Park Lack of Watch Towers Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles Lack of restaurants and accommodation Improvement in the solid waste management c) Jabalpur – Bandhavgarh National Park Destination: Bandhavgarh National Park Improvement in the solid waste management Lack of Watch Towers Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles

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c) Bhimbetka: There is a need of a parking space at Bhimbetka. Enroute signages and street lighting on the approach road are also required. such as public conveniences. These sites also require development of approach road and other basic tourist facilities. onsite. parking and other tourist facilities. Improvement in public conveniences. drinking water facility.d) Bandhavgarh National Park – Amarkantak Destination: Amarkantak Lack of information and directional signage to the different tourist places in the city. Improvement in the solid waste management is required for Maai Ki Bagia. Narmada ji ka Udgam. Satdhara and Mural Khrod.Bhojpur – Bhimbetka . is required for some tourist sites. drinking water facility. d) Pachmarhi: Pachmarhi requires a comprehensive development. kiosks. considering the development /upgradation of facilities at all tourist sites by providing basic tourist infrastructure and interventions at town level which will include provision of cycle tracks. Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi . information kiosk on site. Lack of drinking water facility. Sanchi needs to be developed by making a comprehensive plan considering the other Stupas in its vicinity such as Sonari. b) Bhojpur: Bhojpur needs to be developed by providing amenities such as food joints. Shambhu Dhara and Kapil Dhara. walk ways etc. restaurants. Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles. 3|Page . Lack of adequate parking facilities. parking and other tourist facilities.Pachmarhi a) Sanchi: The site is deficient in terms of basic tourist infrastructure. Sone nadi ka Udgam. Ram Ghat. Lack of shops. public conveniences.

1. It is well connected with nearby districts by NH-3 (Agra-Mumbai).1 Description of the Circuits Brief descriptions of all the three tourist circuits have been discussed below: 2. Brief Profile of the Tourism Circuits 2. Map 1 : Indore .Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar .Mandu Indore District: Indore Indore is located in the western region of the state and 202kms from the state capital Bhopal.2. Rajwada is very famous destination in the region with the neighbouring monuments such as Krishnapura Chhatriya and Boliya Sarkar ki Chhatri. The circuit is well connected by roadways and railways and can be covered in duration of three days. Lal Bagh Palace is one of the most spectacular buildings in Indore Palace and a magnificent memento of a rich heritage adorned with beautiful gardens and good quality architecture. 4|Page . Khajrana temple is a majestic temple with serene surroundings coupled with holiness.Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar .1 Circuit 1: Indore .Mandu This circuit covers a distance of approximately 486 kms with Indore as an entry/exit point.

a beautiful hill about 20kms far from Indore.Ralamandal. located on the eastern bank of the Shipra River. It is 189kms from the state capital Bhopal. is an ancient palace built by Holkars. 5|Page . Tincha fall is just 2kms away from the village. Figure 1: Destinations in Indore Rajwada Krishnapura Chhatriya Lal Bagh Ujjain District: Ujjain Khajrana Ujjain is an ancient city. It stands out among many other sacred and holy cities of India. The Wildlife Sanctuary is under forest department and has good potential to develop. The waterfalls of the spot enhance the beauty of the place and make it a perfect destination on an excursion trip from Indore. 20kms away from Indore. Sandipani Ashram: Mythological tales state that Lord Krishna and Sudama received regular instruction in the ashram of Guru Sandipani. Tincha Fall: Tincha is a village located on the Khandwa road. Pataal Pani: It is a waterfall situated at a distance of 36 km from Indore city. Mahakaal Temple is one of the most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The natural attractions of this place make it a very good picnic spot.

formed in the shape of Om. This site has potential of attracting religious tourist from all over the world. There is a confluence of Khan River near Triveni Ghat on the Shipra. On the other side. it is an island. It has the potential for adventure water sports. Sidh Vat Mandir and Kalia Deh Palace. It is a pilgrimage site as it consists of a number of Hindu temples and Jain temples.Bhrathari Gufa is situated near the temple of Gadkalika. on the Triveni Ghat of Shipra is a prominent centre for the pilgrims. on the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Kaveri. There are several religious places such as Rudra Sagar. The project envisages construction of a 92 m high and 653 m long concrete gravity dam. the Indira Sagar Dam is a multipurpose key project on the Narmada River at Narmadanagar in the Khandwa district. Figure 3: Destinations in Omkareshwar Omkareshwar hilltop Omkareshwar temple 6|Page . Ram Ghat. the nine planets. Char Dham Mandir. The temple of Navagraha. Figure 2: Destinations in Ujjain Ram Ghat East Nimar District: Omkareshwar -Indira Sagar Dam Omkareshwar Kalia Dev Palace Dedicated to Lord Shiva. Geographically. Omkareshwar is situated at a distance of 77 km from Indore. Kaal Bhairav Mandir.

West Nimar District: Maheshwar The temple town of Maheshwar lies on the northern bank of the Narmada River and 91kms from Indore. found in the local shops are also very popular among tourists. Mughal and Afghan style. Figure 4: Destinations in Maheshwar Maheshwar Fort Maheshwar Temple Dhar District: Dhar-Mandu-Kukshi Dhar Fort is one of the most important historical monuments in Dhar. in the form of Maheshwari sarees (in cotton and silk). Maheshwar Fort and Sahastradhara are the popular tourist attractions. Its name is derived from one of the slabs. covered with inscriptions giving rules of Sanskrit grammar. Figure 5: Destinations in Dhar Bhojshala Dhar Fort 7|Page . The uniqueness of this fort is its architecture which shows a combination of Hindu. once used as a paving stone in the hall. Bhojshala. known as Raja Bhoj School or the Bhoj Shala. It is situated at a distance of about 3 km from the central area of the town. The royal throne of Ahilya Bai Holkar. Traditional handicraft. The unique feature of the mosque is the fact that this ancient structure was the home to both a mosque and a temple and was one of the most visited religious places. was built out of Hindu and Jain remains.

All the tourist places in Mandu are very well-connected to each other. Echo Point is another very famous and major tourist picnic spots among various monuments of Mandu. It is situated on the slope of a hill in the midst of natural scenery and its entrance has big courtyards and high terraces. Mandu has high potential in attracting the tourists due to availability of number of monuments and tourist places. The Sunset Point provides a spectacular view of the surroundings. The Rewa Kund is a religious site. Rani Roopamati Mahal is a palace in Mandu surrounded by greenery. Jahaz Mahal is probably the most famous building in Mandu. These Pavilions was originally constructed as an army observatory. an artificial lake built by Baz Badadur. in the main market. another name for the Narmada. This Pavilion stands next to Baz Bahadur's palace and is constructed in an Afghan architectural style. It offers a spectacular sunset view over Narmada River. and provides a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. the ruins of which are now in existence. Jama Masjid is a huge mosque built in 1454 dominating the village of Mandu and is considered the finest example of Afghan architecture in India. It is situated on the banks of the Rewa Kund. It is a tank of sacred water from the river Rewa. The Ashrafi Mahal is located opposite of Jama Masjid. become one of the tourist destinations. Baz Bahadur’s Palace is one such building which has. Sunset point in Mandu is located in front of Lohani caves. There are two lakes on the eastern and western side of the palace that create a perfect illusion of a ship with its rectangular shape. over the years.Mandu This city is perched high on a hill. Dominated successively by Hindu and provincial Muslim dynasties. almost every structure is remarkable due to the unique architecture. 283 km away from the capital city Bhopal. 8|Page .

Bhedaghat: Bhedaghat is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in Jabalpur district. Mandla: It is a tribal district situated in the east-central part of the state. It is situated by the side of river Narmada and is approximately 20 km from Jabalpur city. It’s most famous sights are the Dhuandhar Falls. and the Chausath Yogini temple. The district lies almost entirely in the catchment of river Narmada & its tributaries. Apart from that.Figure 6: Destinations in Mandu Rani Roopmati Mahal Rewa Kund Baz Bahadur Mahal 2.1. A district with a glorious history. The circuit is well connected by roadways and railways and can be covered in duration of two days. Mandla comprises of numerous rivers and endowed with rich forests. 9|Page . Marble Rocks. the city is even known for housing some historical forts and war memorials amidst the panoramic beauty of the place. Jabalpur: Jabalpur is famous for marble rocks of varied colours.2 Ashrafi Mahal Circuit 2: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh .Amarkantak This circuit covers a distance of approximately 754 kms with Jabalpur as an entry/exit point.

Figure 7: Destinations in Jabalpur Kapil Dhara Fall Narmada Udgam 10 | P a g e .Map 2: Circuit showing Bhedaghat-Jabalpur-Mandala-Amarkantak-Kanha National ParkBandhavgarh National Park Amarkantak: Amarkantak is a pilgrim town and a Nagar Panchayat in Anuppur district. Amarkantak region is a unique natural heritage area and is the meeting point of the Vindhyas and the Satpuras. Also called "Teerthraj" (the king of pilgrimages).

Figure 8: Destinations in Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park Kanha National Park 2. it is bounded by the spurs of the Mekal range and presents a varied topography. falls between the Vindhyan hill range and the eastern flank of Satpura hill range. 11 | P a g e . It is one of India’s finest tiger reserves. The circuit is well connected by roadways and can be covered in duration of three days.3 Bandhavgarh National Park Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi .Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi This circuit covers a distance of approximately 641 kms with Bhopal as an entry/exit point.Dhuandhar Falls Lamheda Ghat Kanha National Park: Kanha National park is located in Banjar and Halon valleys in the Mandla / Balaghat districts. It is located in Shahdol and Jabalpur district. Bandhavgarh: The reserve named after the highest hill Bandhavgarh (807 m) in the centre of it. Spread across 940 sq km in a horse-shoe shaped valley.1.

174–.ISBN 978-1-61530-202-4. The Rosen Publishing Group. Retrieved on 15 April. Figure 9: Destinations in Bhopal Upper Lake Lower Lake 1 Educational Britannica Educational (1 July 2010). near Lawakhari village in Sehore District.pp.Map 3: Map showing Bhopal-Bhimbetka-Bhojpur-Sanchi-Pachmarhi Bhimbetka Bhopal District: Bhopal Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Bhopal District and Bhopal Division. The Geography of India: Sacred and Historic Places. Kolar Dam is a major masonry dam which is located about 35 km away from Bhopal. Bhopal is known as the “City of Lakes” for its various natural as well as artificial lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India1. 2012 12 | P a g e .

also known as “Somnath of the East”. has several ruins of several old Hindu. There are 44 caves in all. situated in the fork of the Betwa and Bes rivers. Its nucleus was a simple hemispherical brick structure built over the relics of the Buddha. which is a serene hill known all over for its stupas. 10 km from Sanchi. Maladevi Temple. temples and pillars dating from the 3rd century B. Figure 10: Destinations in Sanchi Sanchi Stupa Courtyard at Sanchi Bhimbetka rock shelters are a World Heritage site located in Raisen District. sentinel like.D. which include both natural and man-made. These caves are a group of rock-cut cave sanctuaries. It is famous for the incomplete temple dedicated to Shiva. carved into a sandstone hill that stands. and are possibly the finest example of classical Gupta arts. Vidhisha. three palaces. The 'Great Stupa' at Sanchi is the oldest stone structure in India2. located in Gyaraspur Tehsil. Udaygiri caves are situated in Vidisha district. cannons. 40 wells and a large tank.C. These caves are at a distance of 4 km from Vidisha and 13 km from Sanchi. Jain and Buddhist places of worship. The fort consists of temples. is an unfinished temple located at Bhojpur village near Bhopal. and 10 km from Besnagar and Vidisha in the central part of the state. 1989 13 | P a g e . to the 12th century A.D. Raisen Fort is a huge and colourful hilltop fort built around 1200 A. It is crafted out a single rock. occupies an important place amongst the ancient cities in India. This ruined edifice is of great historical and architectural interest.Raisen District: Sanchi-Udaigiri-Vidhisha-Raisen-Bhimbetka Sanchi Sanchi stupas are located 46kms north east of Bhopal. The Bhojpur Shiva Temple. on the horizon. These shelters exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India and deliver traces of dance from prehistoric times. Sonari stupas are located just 10 kms from Sanchi. monasteries. 2 Buddhist Art Frontline Magazine May 13–26.

with enormous boulders perched above. is endowed with scenic beauty. Figure 11: Destinations at Pachmarhi Pachmarhi Protestant Church 3 4 Archeological Survey of India http://pachmarhitravels.pachmarhitravels. situated at a height of 1000 m in a valley of the Satpura Range in Hoshangabad district. which commands the beautiful view of the surrounding range. Bounded by a deep woody forest. Jata Shankar is a holy place. The clinging rock face of this gulch is a haven of large beehives. A cave is located in deep ravine. Handi Khoh. and a home to prehistoric men for many tens of thousands of years3. The highest point in the Central India region and the Vindhya and Satpura range.html 5 www. Hoshangabad District: Pachmarhi Pachmarhi is a hill station.com 14 | P a g e . and the site of legends and shrine. It is one of main attraction points of the beautiful surroundings of town.com/placestovisit. It is a deep ravine in V-shape created by two gigantic hills.350 m is located here.It is a collection of sandstone outcrops on the top of a hill. provides for irrigation to several thousand hectares land. worn into twisted shapes by wind and rain. this place is closely associated with Lord Shiva4 Dhoopgarh is the highest point in the Satpura range5. an imposing canyon with 300 feet high crag amidst a dense forest. It is a very popular spot for viewing the sunset. Tawa is a large reservoir on Tawa River. Dhupgarh at 1.

Pilgrimage Site with world famous temple Dedicated to Lord Shiva . This place has a very high tourist inflow Multipurpose project on Narmada River A number of temples.Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar – Mandu City/Town Tourist Destination Rajwada Krishnapura Chattriya Boliya Sarkar ki Chattriya Lal Baug Indore Khajrana Mandir Choral River Tincha Fall Pataal Pani Waterfall Ralamandal Mehandi Kund Khedi Ghat Omkareshwar Temple Triveni Sangham Indira Sagar Dam Maheshwar Temple Sagar Lake Rani Roopmati Mahal Eco-Point Reva Kund Baj Bahadur Palace Lal Bangla Mahal Asharafi Mahal Jama Masjid Munj Talab Jahaj Mahal Sunset Point Fossil The most famous destination of Mandu with high tourist Inflow Sunset point is present at lohani caves Fossils of dinosaurs eggs are present at this place Description Historical palace in the city. the ancestral palace of the great regime Important Ganesh Mandir with a high religious tourist flow It is known for beautiful natural looks of hillocks. river and greenery. High potential of attracting tourist visiting Indore Chhatris are the royal tombs Expression of their culture and opulence.2 Destinations in the Circuits The destinations covered in the circuits under Phase II are enlisted here: 1) Indore . Natural attraction makes this place a very good picnic spot Water fall with a very high tourist inflow during peak season Ancient palace built on hill top now comes under forest department Emerging tourism destination for natural trails Tourists visit this place before visiting Omkareshwar Temple.2.Ujjain– Omkareshwar– Maheshwar . each of them commemorating a different 'avatar' of Shiva Present in front of MPSTDC restaurant and has potential of attracting tourist This palace has a high potential for tourism. with attracting tourist for adventure sports Omkareshwar Indirasagar Maheshwar Mandu Important destinations of Mandu with high tourist inflow 15 | P a g e .Mandu Table 1 : Description of destinations along the circuit: Indore .

Ghat is on the banks of Narmada River and is famous for its limestone deposits. Important Temple in a cave with high tourist inflow 2) Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh . The most popular boating site of Jabalpur city. water-fall. Madan Mahal fort was built in 11th century by 38th Gond (Tribe) ruler. Sammasati Meditation Center also lies here. ponds. Here the river passes through narrow passage and produces fog and sound. It possess gifted natural scenic beauty of hills. Is one of the main among the several Ghats around the Narmada river and has the Gandhi Smarak. The temple premises are ruins of ancient dynasties that ruled Jabalpur sometime around 1000AD. The Dumna Nature Reserve is an eco-tourism site in Jabalpur.Amarkantak City/ Town Jabalpur Tourist Destination Bargi Reservoir Dumna Nature Reserve Madan Mahal Fort Tilwara Ghat Jabalpur Palace Bhedaghat Description Bargi Dam is built on Narmada River. river.Amarkantak Table 2: Description of destinations along the circuit: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh . famous of its paintings Most famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva with a high tourist inflow Pond at the side of Mahakaal temple Dhar Bagh Important Temple of Ujjain with high tourist inflow Ujjain Palace on the outskirts of Ujjain with a Sun Temple Important destination of Ujjain where Lord Krishna and Sudhama studied. Jabalpur has the palace of Gond kings. historical monuments etc. Mandla/Balag hat Lambeta Ghat Dhuandhar Falls Chausath Yogini Temple 16 | P a g e .City/Town Tourist Destination Museum Kadka Kho Waterfall Meera Bai ki Jeerat Dhar Fort Bhojshala Bagh Caves Mahakaal Temple Rudra Sagar Char Dham Mandir Ram Ghat Kaal Bhairav Mandir Sidh Vat Mandir Kalia Deh Palace Sandipani Ashram Bhrathari Gufa Description Important destinations of Mandu with high tourist inflow Mandu mela is held at this place Most important historical monuments in Dhar Mosque and temple are present at this palace The finest specimens of Buddhist art and architecture in India. It is built on top of the hill and visible from most of the city part. Here the Marble Rocks rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada where the gorge becomes so narrow thus giving its name. Its reserved water is used for Hydropower generation and irrigation purpose.

Along with the tiger it abounds in herbivore species and bird life.Bhojpur – Bhimbetka Pachmarhi City/Town Tourist Destination Upper Lake Lower Lake Kolar Dam Bhopal Hatia Kheda Dam Kalia Sot/Baaz Sanchi Stupa Sanchi Sonari Stupa Satdara Stupa Udaigiri Vidhisha Raisen Bhojpur Bhimbetka Hoshangabad Pachmarhi Udayagiri Caves Gyaraspur Raisen Fort Bhojpur Shiv Temple Bhimbetka Rock Shelters Tawa Reservoir Dhoopgarh Oldest stone structure in India and its nucleus was a simple hemispherical brick structure built over the relics of the Buddha. sentinel like. It is famous waterfall with a fall of about hundred feet. This is ideal place for viewing tigers in their natural habitat.Pachmarhi Table 3: Description of destinations along the circuit: Bhopal – Sanchi . The dam is about 45 m high. there are number of temples such as Narmada and Shiva temple. Around Narmadakund. The panorama of forested hills and valleys adds the beauty of this place. aimed at protecting tigers and their eco-systems. Udaygiri Caves are a group of rock .Bhojpur – Bhimbetka . The place has several ruins of several old Hindu. Shadol Amarkantak Kapil Dhara Narmada ji ka Udgam Sone Nadi ka Udgam Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi .City/ Town Umariya Tourist Destination Kanha National Park Bandhavgarh National Park Description This National Park is one of the first nine tiger reserves established with the initial launch of Project Tiger in 1973. Is huge and colorful hilltop fort with It is known as “Somnath of the east”. These shelters exhibit the earliest traces of human life in India and deliver traces of dance from prehistoric times. Jain and Buddhist places of worship. a pool at the origin of Narmada. According to scriptures. Kapil Muni lived here. This Park is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers. Kolar reservoir is the important sources of potable water supply for the Bhopal city Local tourist visit this place often on weekends 17 | P a g e . on the horizon. Sonari is also a well-known monastic location like Sanchi stupa Stupas and monasteries are found here and the remains of apsidal temples posturing inscriptions dating back to second century are also found. Kartikey temple. Shri Ram Janki temple. Description It is a major source of drinking water for the residents of the city and has tourism potential It is next to Upper Lake and its water is not suitable for drinking Major masonry dam which is located about 35 km away from Bhopal.cut cave sanctuaries. carved into a sandstone hill that stands. This Teerth nested in Vindhya and the Satpura Mountain ranges and also called "Teerthraj". Sonemuda is the place of origin of Sone River. It is a large reservoir on the Tawa River in central India It is one among the fascinating picnic spots in Pachmarhi. crafted out from a single rock.

18 | P a g e . project identification.Consecutive chapters deal with the chapter wise details of the three circuits including their carrying capacities. PPP project bifurcation and estimated employment generation.

Choral River.1 Stakeholder Consultations Following officials have been consulted during the process: Table 4: Stakeholder Consultations S. Sandipani Ashram.N. Sidh Vat Mandir. Jamali Mr. Trivedi Mr.Char Dham Mandir. Lal Baug. Kaal Bhairav Mandir.Khajrana Mandir.Pataal Pani Waterfall.Rudra Sagar. M. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Executive Engineer. Nilesh Shengle Designation Regional Manager.Mehan di Kund Mahakaal Temple. Kalia Deh Palace.2 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment Table 5 show the carrying capacity of the tourist towns covered under Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit.Rala mandal. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Sub Engineer.Omkaresh war Temple.Triveni Sangham Existing Load Carrying Capacity 2010 Available Capacity Estimated Load Carrying Capacity 2020 Availa ble Capaci ty District Indore Indore 2044602 3209000 1164398 2770088 3209000 438912 Ujjain Ujjain 534060 1719205 1185145 660655 1719205 1058550 East Nimar Omkare shwar 9737 196385 186648 11485 196385 184900 19 | P a g e .Tincha Fall. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Locati on Indore Indore Ujjain Indore Contact 9424796780 9424796819 9424796816 8109138439 3. Bhrathari Gufa Khedi Ghat. Ram Ghat. Table 5: Carrying Capacity for Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit Tourist Town Destinations Covered Rajwada. No 1 2 3 4 Name Mr. Krishnapura Chattriya.3. Indore Division. Boliya Sarkar ki Chattri. Dharmendra Singh Parihar Mr. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Executive Engineer. Circuit 1: Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu 3.

Ujjain and Mandu towns.Jahaj Mahal. This can be attributed to factors such as presence of a number of historical sites in the towns. A denotes ‘Very Good’.Sunset Point.Asharafi Mahal. khedi and TriveniSangam Ghat 20 | P a g e .District Tourist Town Mahesh war Dhar Destinations Covered Maheshwar Temple Dhar fort. C.Baj Bahadur Palace.Munj Talab.D and E wherein.Reva Kund. C denotes ‘Fair’. D denotes ‘Bad’ and E denotes ‘Very Bad’.Lal Bangla Mahal. B denotes ‘Good’. Indore.Rani Roopmati Mahal. of the circuit shows more tourism carrying capacity.3 Existing Infrastructure Gaps An assessment of tourism infrastructure between major tourist destinations has been done. The infrastructure assessment sheets are presented in the Annexure1: 1) Indore to Omkareshwar Destination: Omkareshwar Street lighting and shading of Omkareshwar Parikrama is required Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots Improvement of the approach road is needed Improvement and Development of ghats is needed at Omkareshwar.EcoPoint.Fossil Museum. 3. Each of the destinations and their enroute stretches have been assessed and rated on a scale of A. B.Meer a Bai ki Jeerat Bagh caves Existing Load Carrying Capacity 2010 Available Capacity Estimated Load Carrying Capacity 2020 Availa ble Capaci ty West Nimar 25101 97032 45675 437220 20574 340188 31390 124399 45675 437220 14285 312821 Dhar Mandav 11378 417555 406177 14486 417555 403069 Kukshi 31305 179365 148060 40133 179365 139232 As evident from the table above.Jama Masjid. Bhojshala Sagar Lake.Kadk a Kho Waterfall.

onsite. drinking water facility and public conveniences. information kiosk onsite 6) Dhar to Bagh 21 | P a g e .Improvement in street lighting. is required for some tourist sites Improvement of the approach road is required Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites Improvement and development of ghats is needed at Maheshwar Temple and surrounding areas Lack of shops. Chor khot Mosque needs to be done Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites Lack of shops. information kiosk and parking at the site Restoration and conservation of Maheshwar Temple is needed Maintenance of the site needs to be upgraded Lack of information and directional signage to the different tourist places in the city 4) Maheshwar to Mandu Destination: Mandu Lack of information and directional signages to the different tourist places in the city Lack of adequate parking facilities at most of the tourist sites in the city Lack of drinking water Restoration and conservation of a number of monuments Reva Kund.Dhar Lack of information and directional signage to the different tourist places in the city Lack of drinking water facility Restoration and conservation of a Dhar fort and Bhojshala is needed Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites Lack of shops. information kiosk onsite 5) Mandu to Dhar Destination. is required for some tourist sites 2) Omkareshwar to Indira Sagar Destination: Indira Sagar It can be developed for adventure and water tourism 3) Indira Sagar to Maheshwar Destination: Maheshwar Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences. restaurants. drinking water facility. onsite. restaurants. restaurants.

Destination – Bagh Caves Lack of information and directional signages to the different tourist places in the city Lack of adequate parking facilities Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites Lack of drinking water facility.2 MPSTDC Public Information and Directional Signage Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Directional and Information Signage Tourist Information Centre Public Conveniences Krishnapura Chattriya Solid Waste Management 0. shops.2 0. Block Cost Estimates.15 0.) Indore Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation (MPSTDC) Product Infrastructure development for destinations and Circuit (PIDDC) Urban Infrastructure Development for Small & Medium Towns (UIDSSMT) PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT Implementing Agency Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Restoration and Conservation of Rajwada 2 Public Rajwada Upgradation of Public Conveniences 0. Cr. Implementation and Funding Table 6 shows the list of identified projects in Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit.4 Projects Identification.2 0. restaurants.2 0. Table 6: Identified projects in Indore– Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Maheshwar – Mandu Circuit Destinations Project Indicative Cost (Rs.15 0. onsite. is required for some tourist sites 3.2 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public 22 | P a g e .1 0. information kiosk onsite 7) Indore to Ujjain Destination: Ujjain Lack of information and directional signages Poor solid waste management of the place Lack of adequate parking facilities Improvement in public conveniences.

3 0.) Lal Baug Khajrana Mandir Choral River Tincha Fall Kiosks and Cafeteria Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Parking Facilities (30 Cars) Public Conveniences Pataal Pani Waterfall 23 | P a g e . Security Personnel) Parking Facilities (50 Cars) Public Conveniences Restaurant (1 no.2 1.2 0.2 0.15 0.15 0.1 1.2 0.2 0.15 1 1 0.15 0.73 0.Destinations Project Directional and Information Signage Light and night Illumination Restoration and Conservation of Chattriya Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Indicative Cost (Rs.2 Implementing Agency MPSTDC ASI ASI MPSTDC ASI ASI ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust Public Works Department (PWD) MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public PPP PPP Public Public PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public PPP PPP PPP PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT Boliya Sarkar ki Chattriya Solid Waste Management Restoration and Conservation of Chattriya Directional and Information Signage Kiosks and Cafeteria Solid Waste Management Upgradation of Public Conveniences Directional and Information Signage Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria Directional and Information Signage Solid Waste Management Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Drinking Water Facility Tourist Information Centre Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Directional and Information Signage Public Safety (Provision of Medical.3 0.2 0.2 0.) 0.3 0.2 1 0.) Rest houses (1 no.2 0. Life Guards.2 0.15 0.5 0.4 0.73 0.2 0.15 0.86 0.3 0.3 0.15 0. Cr.2 0.3 0.

2 0.3 8.15 Directional and Information 0.2 Signage Omkareshwar Adventure and Water sports Boating Facilities Directional and Information Signage Solid Waste Management 0.) 0.8km) Nature Trail and Night Camping Drinking Water Facility Mehandi Kund Solid Waste Management 0.4 0.15 1.15 1 0.15 0.3 0.73 0. Security Personnel) Drinking Water Facility Omkareshwar Temple Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria Street Lighting 24 | P a g e .2 0.2 0.21 1 0.48 0.2 0.Destinations Project Kiosks and Cafeteria Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Directional and Information Signage Street Lighting Fossil Museum Bio-Diversity Park Upgradation of Public Conveniences Indicative Cost (Rs.15 0.15 1.3 0. Cr.15 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD Forest Department Forest Department Forest Department Forest Department Forest Department Forest Department ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding PPP Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP PPP PPP Public Public Public Existing Schemes PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC Ralamandal Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Eco-Tourism (Battery electric vehicle 5 nos) Restoration and Conservation of Monument Kiosks and Cafeteria Ropeway (Devguradiya Temple to Ralamandal 1.2 0.2 0.97 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust PWD MPSTDC PWD PPP PPP Public Public Public Public PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC Khedi Ghat Development of Ghat Drinking Water Facility Public Conveniences Public Safety (Provision of Medical.15 0.15 0.5 0.3 0.3 0. Life Guards.5 2 0.

3 Indira Sagar Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC Temple Trust Temple Trust PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding PPP PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT Triveni Sangham Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Indira Sagar Dam Adventure and Water sports Upgradation of Approach Road (2km) Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Kiosks and Cafeteria 2 MPSTDC PPP PIDDC Maheshwar 0.2 0.27 0.Destinations Project Budget Accommodation (25rooms) (2no.81 0.) 25 | P a g e .) Development of Ghat Kiosks and Cafeteria Indicative Cost (Rs.22 3. Security Personnel) Rest houses (1 no.3 1 1 0.5 0.5 0. Life Guards. Cr.2 0.25 0.96 0.) 12.) Dormitory (3 no.5 0.5 3.) Star Accommodation (10room) (1no.3 0.87 6.07 11.) Upgradation of Approach Road Directional and Information Signage Solid Waste Management Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Shading of Omkareshwar Parkikrama(7km) Lighting of Omkareshwar Parikrama(7km) Ropeway (1.6 2 2 0.) Development of Ghat Upgradation of Boating facilities Public Safety (Provision of Medical.25 0.3 0.5 km) View point (4 no.8 PWD MPSTDC Temple Trust Temple Trust MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC Temple Trust Temple Trust MPSTDC Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public PPP PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Maheshwar Temple Development of Ghat Construction of Jetty Waiting facilities Restoration and Conservation of Maheshwar Temple Light and night Illumination Restaurant (2 no.2 0.15 0.81 0.15 0.5 2 1 0.

27 2 0.3 5.1 0.86 0.) Star Accommodation (10room) (1 no.15 0.) Upgradation of Boating Facilities Public Safety (Provision of Medical. Cr.5 1 0.5 0.15 0.) Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Kiosks and Cafeteria Light and night Illumination Eco-Point Parking (50 Cars) Upgradation of Garden Revitalization &development around water body Public Conveniences Restoration and Conservation of Reva kund monument Drinking Water Facility Revitalization & development around water Reva Kund 26 | P a g e .4 0.3 1 0.3 0.Destinations Project Budget Accommodation (20rooms) (2 no.19 2 0.1 1 0.3 0.15 1 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding PPP PPP Public Public Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC Public PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP PPP Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC Sagar Lake Rani Roopmati Mahal Parking (300 Cars) Light and night Illumination Tourist Information Centre Para Gliding Restaurant (1 no.15 0.15 1 0. Security Personnel) Revitalization of Lake Adventure and Water sports Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Kiosks and Cafeteria Boating Facilities Fountains Tourist Information Centre Development of Gardens Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Kiosks and Cafeteria Indicative Cost (Rs.2 0.5 0.3 0.3 Mandu 2 1 0.66 11.4 2 0.2 0.15 0.) 9. Life Guards.

8 MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI PWD PWD PWD PWD ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC PWD PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI Public Public Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public Public Public UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Lal Bangla Mahal Light and night Illumination Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Kiosks and Cafeteria Upgradation of Public Conveniences Light and night Illumination Drinking Water Facility Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Light and night Illumination Solid Waste Management Revitalization & development around water body Boating Facilities Fountains Light and Sound Show Illumination of Monument Kiosks and Cafeteria Asharafi Mahal Jama Masjid Munj Talab Jahaj Mahal Light and night Illumination Tourist Information Centre Parking (150) Approach Road (500m) Approach Road (500m) Upgradation of Garden Public Conveniences Light and night Illumination Kiosks and Cafeteria Drinking Water Facility Landscaping Sunset Point Fossil Museum Upgradation of Garden Light and night Illumination 27 | P a g e .15 0.5 1.59 0.8 0. Cr.15 0.4 1 0.21 0.15 1 0.3 0.1 2.) Implementing Agency Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Baj Bahadur Palace Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Light and night Illumination Parking (30 Cars) Upgradation of Approach Road (3km) Street Lighting Parking (20 Cars) 0.15 1 0.15 1 0.15 0.5 0.34 1 0.Destinations body Project Indicative Cost (Rs.2 1 0.15 0.2 0.15 0.3 0.8 0.8 0.3 2 0.97 0.2 0.5 0.5 0.15 0.15 0.

3 1.15 0.3 1 0.73 0.15 0.5 1 0.5 0.2 0.15 30 1.15 8.5 0.2 Directional and Information 0.) 0.3 0. Life Guards.) Landscaping Adventure sports and Trekking Solid Waste Management Para Gliding Public Safety (Provision of Medical.4 0.15 0.Destinations Project Directional and Information Signage Ropeway (2km) Kiosks and Cafeteria Restaurant (1no. Security Personnel) Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Resort on the lines of Chokhi Dhani.2 1 0.2 Signage Restoration and 1 Conservation of Bhojshala Bagh Caves 28 | P a g e .2 0. Cr. Jaipur Amphitheatre Indicative Cost (Rs.3 0.15 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public Dhar Fort Bhojshala Solid Waste Management 0.86 0.2 0.3 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public PPP PPP PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC Assistance To Central Agencies For Tourism Infrastructure Development (ACATID) UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC Kadka Kho Waterfall Meera Bai ki Jeerat Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Parking (100) Public Conveniences Mandu Monuments Restoration and Conservation of Mandu Monuments 10 ASI Public Dhar Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Kiosks and Cafeteria Restoration and Conservation of Dhar Fort Parking (50 Cars) Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility 0.2 0.

2 0.2 0.2 0.15 0.15 0.1 0.15 0.4 0.Destinations Project Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Indicative Cost (Rs.2 0.3 0.2 0.15 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.) 0.15 0.2 0.5 0. Cr.15 0.15 0.3 0.15 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public Public PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT Mahakaal Temple Rudra Sagar Char Dham Mandir Fountains Pond Aerators(Oxygen Pumping) Parking(30 Cars) Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Ram Ghat Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Pond Aerators(Oxygen Pumping) Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Parking (20 Cars) Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Kaal Bhairav Mandir Sidh Vat Mandir 29 | P a g e .5 0.2 0.34 0.15 0.3 0.15 0.5 0.2 0.3 Ujjain Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public Public Public PPP PPP Public PPP Existing Schemes UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC Bagh Caves Restaurant (1) Parking (30 Cars) Directional and Information Signage Kiosks and Cafeteria Shading of Mahakaal Temple Waiting Area Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Approach Road (2km) Revitalization of water body Development of Ghat 0.81 2 2 0.

15 0.) 0.23 0.34 0.) Star category Accommodation (20room) (1no.20 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP PPP PPP Existing Schemes UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Kalia Deh Palace Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Upgradation of Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Upgradation of Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Budget Accommodation (30 rooms) (2no.96 280.2 0.37 Crores : 184.15 0.2 0.3 Privat e Fundi ng 0.08 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC 30 | P a g e . Cr.15 0.2 0.15 0. Cr.2 0.23 Destinations Project Gov.15 0.54 0.) Sandipani Ashram Bhrathari Gufa Ujjain City Proposed Breakup of Investments: Public Sector Public Private Partnership : 95.05 0.05 0.2 14.) Total (Rs.15 0.05 0.2 0.12 2 0.3 0.15 0.25 0.83 Crores 3.Destinations Project Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signage Parking (20 Cars) Approach Road (0. Cr.2 0.3km) Restoration and Conservation of Palace Public Conveniences Indicative Cost (Rs.5 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects Table 7: PPP Bifurcation of Identified Project Indicati ve Cost (Rs.15 0.49 22.2 0.) Indore 0.) Dormitory (3no. Fundi ng Implement ing Agency Krishnapura Chattriya Boliya Sarkar ki Chattriya Lal Baug Khajrana Mandir Public Conveniences Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria 0.08 0.2 0.

69 0.96 0.73 1.3 0.38 0.13 0.30 0.08 0.13 0.43 0.5 0.50 0.08 0.23 0.08 0.04 0.3 0.3 12.3 0.2 0.15 0.86 0.30 0.50 0.20 2.72 0.38 0.22 0.08 3.73 0.3 0.13 0.23 0.08 0.43 0.13 0.23 9.3 8.13 1.38 0. Cr.66 Indira Sagar Gov.3 0.4 0.05 8.) Budget Accommodation (20rooms) (2 no.) Rest houses(1 no.5 0.08 0.38 4.5 2 0.08 0.05 0.38 1.25 Implement ing Agency Public Works Department (PWD) PWD MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC Forest Department Forest Department MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria Parking Facilities (50 Cars) Public Conveniences Tincha Fall Restaurant(1 no.) Omkareshwar Temple Star Accommodation (10room) (1no.5 0.23 0.2 0.43 0.10 0.23 0.) 1.Destinations Project Indicati ve Cost (Rs.08 0.05 0.23 0.) Triveni Sangham Kiosks and Cafeteria Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Indira Sagar Dam Adventure and Water sports Maheshwar Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Maheshwar Temple Kiosks and Cafeteria Restaurant (2 no.50 0.) Dormitory (3 no.82 0.30 0.) 0.23 1.25 0.24 0.45 0.65 0.23 0.) Public Conveniences and Changing rooms Ropeway (1.5 km) Rest houses (1 no.3 2 0.10 0.3 0.30 0.07 11.50 0.8km) Nature Trail and Night Camping Omkareshwar Adventure and Water sports Khedi Ghat Boating Facilities Public Conveniences Parking Facilities (100 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria Budget Accommodation (25rooms) (2no.3 0.) Kiosks and Cafeteria Parking Facilities (30 Cars) Pataal Pani Waterfall Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria Fossil Museum Ralamandal Eco-Tourism (Battery electric vehicle 5 nos) Kiosks and Cafeteria Ropeway (Devguradiya Temple to Ralamandal 1.23 0.08 0.08 2.56 0.91 0. Fundi ng Privat e Fundi ng 1.5 6.27 0.02 2.23 6.15 0.30 0.15 1.8 9.23 0.3 0.21 0.08 0.11 1.4 1.42 Choral River Mehandi Kund 31 | P a g e .60 7.30 1.73 0.

75 0.38 0.Destinations Project Star Accommodation (10room) (1 no.50 1.4 2 0. Jaipur Amphitheatre Parking (100) Public Conveniences Dhar Kiosks and Cafeteria Parking (50 Cars) Bagh Caves Restaurant (1) Meera Bai ki Jeerat Dhar Fort 0.15 0.22 0.86 0.3 2.) Public Conveniences Eco-Point Reva Kund Baj Bahadur Palace Lal Bangla Mahal Munj Talab Jahaj Mahal Kiosks and Cafeteria Parking (50 Cars) Public Conveniences Parking (30 Cars) Parking (20 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria Boating Facilities Light and Sound Show Kiosks and Cafeteria Parking (150) Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria Ropeway (2km) Kiosks and Cafeteria Sunset Point Kadka Kho Waterfall Restaurant (1no.09 0. Fundi ng 2.08 Privat e Fundi ng 8.22 0.25 0.5 0.13 0.4 1 1 0.75 0.34 0.3 0.82 0.30 0.08 1.15 0.) Adventure sports and Trekking Para Gliding Public Conveniences Resort on the lines of Chokhi Dhani. Cr.23 0.25 0.08 2.30 0.13 1.08 0.3 0.30 1.08 0.04 0.23 3.27 1 0.65 0.19 1 0.60 0.75 0.5 0.3 0.73 0.25 0.45 0.30 0.13 0.8 1 0.65 0.05 7.3 Ujjain Bagh Caves Parking (30 Cars) Kiosks and Cafeteria 32 | P a g e .23 0.08 0.3 0.08 0.04 0.3 8.38 0.5 0.30 0.10 0.43 0.10 0.25 0.4 0.50 0.65 0.15 22.23 Implement ing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC Sagar Lake Public Conveniences Kiosks and Cafeteria Boating Facilities Kiosks and Cafeteria Rani Roopmati Mahal Parking (300 Cars) Para Gliding Restaurant (1 no.94 0.) Mandu Adventure and Water sports Indicati ve Cost (Rs.08 0.75 0.50 0.3 5.4 0.23 0.3 0.04 0.13 0.23 0.26 0.25 0.38 0.3 Gov.30 0.11 0.23 6.23 1.89 0.23 0.20 0.50 0.08 0.75 0.86 0.2 30 1.15 0.38 0.10 0.10 0.) 11.11 0.5 1.08 0.59 0.11 0.23 0.

Cr.63 Implement ing Agency PWD PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Conveniences Budget Accommodation (30 rooms) (2no.64 0. Fundi ng 0.61 52.5 0. Cr.26 0.34 0.) Dormitory (3no. Rs.) Total (Rs.20 Employment Generated 24656 41151 43524 24601 84630 218562 33 | P a g e .Destinations Char Dham Mandir Kaal Bhairav Mandir Sidh Vat Mandir Kalia Deh Palace Parking(30 Cars) Parking (20 Cars) Parking (20 Cars) Project Indicati ve Cost (Rs.62 5.11 10. 46.5 280.09 0.04 3.72 138.54 108.75 55.09 0. Table 8: District-wise employment estimates for Indore-Ujjain-Mandu-Maheshwar Omkareshwar circuit District Indore Ujjain East Nimar West Nimar Dhar Total Investment (Rs.87 16.21 Crores can be facilitated from public funds and Rs.63 Crores from private investments.24 46.34 0.84 Gov.96 184.49 22.38 0. Cr.55 0.26 0. 3.) Ujjain City Within the Public Private Partnership projects in the Indore circuit.) 0.91 0.21 Privat e Fundi ng 0.138.6 Estimated Employment Generation The proposed investments at the tourist destinations and the circuits are expected to generate employment the figures of which have been estimated on a district level because of the direct and indirect nature of employment generation from these investments.) Star categoryAccommodation (20room) (1no. To estimate the number of employment generated an investment multiplier of 78 jobs per million investments is taken.) 31.13 0.15 14.8 31.

Kewat Bandhavgarh National Park Amarkantak Amarkantak Amarkantak 09424311944 09424331794 09424796776 4. Radhey Shyam Mr. Table 10: Carrying Capacity Assessment Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Amarkantak District Tourist Town Destinations Covered Jabalpur/Bhe daghat Kanha National park Bandhavgarh National Park Amarkantak Existing Load Carrying Capacity 2010 Jabalpur Mandla/Ba laghat Umariya Shadol Jabalpur Kanha 1155888 18042 4469 9161 1578798 35438 35625 104783 422910 17396 31156 95621 1396935 21537 5675 11260 Availab le Capacit y Estimate d Load Carryin g Capacit y 2020 1578798 35438 35625 104783 Availab le Capacit y 181863 53088 29950 93522 Bandhavgarh Amarkantak . T. Anil Tiwari Jabalpur Bhedaghat 09424796866 - 5 6 7 8 Mr. Bandhavgarh National Park Tehsildar. Nagar Panchayat. D.4. However. Amarkantak Manager Holiday Resorts. Madhya Pradesh Tourism President Nagar Panchayat and Board Member-Madhya Pradesh Tourism Field Director. It can be inferred that Jabalpur has ample scope for increase in tourist inflow as suggested by their Tourist carrying capacities.1 Stakeholder consultation Following officials have been consulted during the process: Table 9: Stakeholder Consultations S. infrastructure for the same will need to be upgraded periodically. Circuit 2: Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Amarkantak 4. Ashok Mehra Designation Director Planning. S. J N Shukla Mr. Nagar Panchayat. Jabalpur Division. 09424796603 09424796782 3 4 Mr. Kaushik Mr. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Regional Manager. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Executive Engineer. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Location Bhopal Jabalpur Contact No.Amarkantak. Yadav Mr.S.L Sonwane Mr.2 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment Table 10 below shows the carrying capacity of the tourist towns covered under Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh . Amarkantak Accountant. K. No 1 2 Name Mr. 34 | P a g e .

Jabalpur – Bandhavgarh National Park Destination: Bandhavgarh National Park Improvement in the solid waste management Lack of Watch Towers Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles 4. Lack of shops. D denotes ‘Bad’ and E denotes ‘Very Bad’. C. Each of the destinations and their enroute stretches have been assessed and rated on a scale of A. C denotes ‘Fair’. A denotes ‘Very Good’. The infrastructure assessment sheets are presented in the Annexure no. Lack of drinking water facility. Restoration and conservation of Hanuman Mandir and Shiv Mandir Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences.D and E wherein.4.3 Existing Infrastructure Gaps An assessment of tourism infrastructure between major tourist destinations has been done. Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots. Lack of drinking water 2. onsite. Chausath Yogini Temple and Tilwara ghat. information kiosk on site. Night Illumination of Madan Mohan fort. is required for some tourist sites. B denotes ‘Good’. Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites.1 1. Jabalpur to Bhedaghat Destination: Bhedaghat Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites. B. Bandhavgarh National Park – Amarkantak Destination: Amarkantak Lack of information and directional signage to the different tourist places in the city. Jabalpur – Kanha National park Destination – Kanha National Park Lack of Watch Towers Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles Lack of restaurants and accommodation Improvement in the solid waste management 3. restaurants. 35 | P a g e .

4 Projects Identification. Lack of adequate parking facilities. Lack of Eco-Friendly Vehicles.) Jabalpur 20 Implementi ng Agency Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Nature and Health Resort (20 rooms) MPSTDC Jabalpur Tourism Promotion Council (JTPC) MPSTDC MPSTDC JTPC JTPC JTPC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Forest Department Forest Department ASI ASI ASI PPP PIDDC Upgradation of Water sports 2. Shaded Resting Places etc. Implementation and Funding Table 11shows the list of identified projects in Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh.2 1 1. 4.5 Public PIDDC Madan Mahal Fort 2. Block Cost Estimates.Vrindavan Garden Upgradation of walkways with street lights and shaded seating with two additional drinking water units Provision of two public convenience units Provision of parking for 30 cars each at three proposed location Enroute Directional signages and Information signages on site Acquisition of Wildlife for the Reserve Upgradation of Public UtilitiesDrinking water. Conservation and Renovation Night Illumination and lighting/street lighting Drinking Water 0.4 0.5 1.5 0. Public Conveniences.Amarkantak Circuit.5 1 0.5 Public PIDDC Bargi Reservoir Training of Life guards and trekking experts A First Aid and Rescue unitProvision of Rescue equipment and First aid equipment Adventure Sports Development of Nature park and Landscaping . is required for some tourist sites.5 4 2.Improvement in public conveniences. onsite.1 Public Public Public ACATID PIDDC UIDSSMT 36 | P a g e .5 PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Hunar se Rozgar yojana PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Dumna Nature Reserve 0. Cr.5 0. Table 11: Identified projects in Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Amarkantak Circuit Destinatio ns Project Indicative Cost (Rs.

) Improvement of Approach Road Redevelopment of Lambeta Ghat Upgradation of Public Conveniences and Changing Rooms Drinking Water Jabalpur 16.24 1.2 0.2 1 0.15 0.5 0.Destinatio ns Project Public Convenience Parking for 30 cars Solid Waste Management Redevelopment Parking for 30 cars Indicative Cost (Rs.) 0.05 2 0. Amarkantak with allied parking facilities and shelters Tourist Complex (15 no.2 0.5 0.75 0. and along with a well-equipped information centrewhich has pickup/drop facility from railway station and airport and from where the daily tourist buses take off for Kanha. Bandhavgarh and Amarkantak etc.75 MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PPP PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Lambeta Ghat Night Illumination of Ghat Restoration and Conservation of Hanuman Mandir and Shiv Mandir Directional and Information Signages Natural History Museum Solid Waste Management Life guards and well equipped Rescue and First aid Unit Upgradation and Redevelopment of the Public Area around the Falls Dhuandh ar Falls Solid Waste Management Safety and Life Guards with First Aid Equipment Signages Conservation and Restoration Chausath Yogini 37 | P a g e .) Budget category room (30 room) Dormitories (10 rooms.3 0. 5no. Cr.3 0.75 6 Implementi ng Agency ASI PWD ASI MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Existing Schemes UIDSSMT PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Tilwara Ghat Public Convenience Drinking Water Night Illumination and lighting/street lighting Directional Signages Daily Tourist Buses no 2 each for Kanha. star category rooms.2 0.25 2 0.1 0.91 MPSTDC PPP PIDDC 7. Bandhavgarh .1 0.3 2 0.1 0.61 Bhedaghat 0.25 0.5 0.

Cr.Destinatio ns Temple Project Night Illumination Information Signages Conservation and Restoration and fencing of each monuments Provision of Drinking Water at Each Monument Development of a Heritage Trail with improvement of approach roads Public Conveniences at two locations on the Heritage Trail Directional and Information Signages at each Monument Night Illumination of each monument Site landscaping at each monument Trained guides 5 no.75 2.5 1 0.3 0.1 0.) 0.5 0.24 6 Implementi ng Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public Public PPP PPP PPP PPP Public Public PPP Public PPP PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Hunar se Rojgar Yojna PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Other Monumen ts Ram Ghat Bhedagha t Kanha National Park Kanha National Park Core Area Camouflaged Watch Towers 8no Trained guides 2 0.1 3 0.1 1 1 0.3 0.5 2 5 3 4 1 3.5 2 7.1 MPSTDC MPSTDC Public PPP PIDDC Hunar se Rozgar Yojana 38 | P a g e .3 1 1.5 0. six seater shuttle services to operate on the heritage trail Redevelopment of Ram Ghat Night Illumination Drinking Water Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Parking for 30 cars 4no Mini Buses to operate from Bhedaghat to Jabalpur Nature Therapy and Meditation Centre 4no Houseboats Upgradation of Cruise Boats and Facilities and provision of 2 new Boats Rescue and First aid Unit well equipped emergency boat Cultural and Laser Show in an Open Air Theatre developed amongst the rocks Meditation Park Budget accommodation(30 rooms) Aquarium Indicative Cost (Rs.2 0.

5 Centre Nature Trails 0.5 7.2 0.Friendly low sound vehicles for jungle safari with allied 6 facilities Solid Waste Management 1 Upgradation of the Interpretation 1.2 Public Convenience Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signages Development and Upgradation of the Falls area 0.) 6 1 2 1.3 0.05 0.Destinatio ns Project 20no Eco.24 1 0.15 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT Kapildhar a Shambhu Dhara Drinking Water Public Convenience Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signages Upgradation of the Ghat Ram Ghat Night Illumination of the Ghat Solid Waste Management 39 | P a g e .75 0.05 1 0.2 0.1 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public PIDDC Hunar se Rojgar Yojna PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 20no Eco.1 0.Friendly low sound vehicles for jungle safari with allied facilities Solid Waste Management Tree Top Restaurant Indicative Cost (Rs. Cr.5 the Falls area Drinking Water 0.3 0.5 0.3 2 Implementi ng Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public Public Public Existing Schemes PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC Kanha National Park Buffer Zone Upgradation of the Interpretation Centre Budget accommodation (30 rooms ) Solid Waste Management Nature Trails Upgradation of Tourist Amenities at the upcoming Tourist Resort near Banjar River Bandhavgarh National Park Camouflaged Watch Towers 8no Trained guides Bandhavg arh National Park 2 0.3 Upgradation of Tourist Amenities at the upcoming Tourist Resort near 2 Banjar River Amarkantak Redevelopment and Upgradation of 1.

Friendly low sound vehicles for shuttle services to destinations with allied facilities Naturopathy Centre Parasailing / Paragliding and other adventure sports 15 Platforms/ Area allocated for Bhandara with provision for disposal of solid waste and water supply Park along Narmada upto Kapildhara with drinking water facilities and solid waste management 4no of Public Conveniences along the park and 4 clusters of food/snacks joints 1.5 0.5 0.54 6 6 2.5 MPSTDC Public PIDDC 1.5 0.05 0.3 0. Cr.5 MPSTDC Public PIDDC Parking for 20 cars Upgradation of Tourist Facilities Solid Waste Management 0.Destinatio ns Project Drinking Water Public Convenience and Changing Rooms Parking for 50 cars Directional and Information Signages Indicative Cost (Rs. Amarkan tak Upgradation of Tourist Facilities Solid Waste Management Night Illumination Night Illumination 0.4 0.3 14.86 0.5 1.5 PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP PPP PPP PPP PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Sone nadi ka Udgam Night Illumination Redevelopment and Upgradation of the Falls area viewing gallery Directional and Information Signages Upgradation of Tourist Facilities Maai Ki Bagia Amarkan tak Solid Waste Management Directional and Information Signages Budget accommodation (60 rooms) Dormitories(12) Information and Interpretation Centre 3 star Star category resort(20 room) 20no Eco.49 2 22.5 0.25 0.5 0.34 0.5 MPSTDC Public PIDDC 5 MPSTDC PPP PIDDC 40 | P a g e .) 0.5 Implementi ng Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public Existing Schemes UIDSSMT UIDSSMT PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC UIDSSMT PIDDC Narmada ji ka Udgam Group of Ancient Temples.25 0.25 0.

00 0.5 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects Table 12: PPP Bifurcation of the projects Destination Project Jabalpur Nature and Health Resort (20 rooms) Training of Life guards and trekking experts Indicative Cost (Rs.13 0.5 0.15 0.38 0.5 0.50 Private Fundin g 15.05 0.81 5.2 1.38 0.11 0.38 0.5 1 10 11 1 271.05 1. star category rooms.38 0.15 4.24 1.13 0.68 MPSTDC 7.10 0.) 20 0. Bandhavgarh and Amarkantak etc.13 0.Destinatio ns Project Park with musical fountains and meditation areas Improvement of Approach Roads to tourist attractions Directional Signages Boating Facilities Trekking Route connecting Gufas Ropeway (3km) Development of Base Camp near Kabir Tiraha with Night Camping and Trekking Facilities and Trained Guides Total Indicative Cost (Rs. and along with a well-equipped information centrewhich has pickup/drop facility from railway station and airport and from where the daily tourist buses take off for Kanha. Fundi ng 5.5 0.5 0.23 12.) 3 1 1.13 0.4 0.) Budget category room (30 room) Jalabpur 16.43 MPSTDC 41 | P a g e . Cr. Amarkantak with allied parking facilities and shelters Tourist Complex (15 no.45 Crores : 186.17 Implementi ng Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public Public Public PPP PPP PPP PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Proposed Breakup of Investments: Public Sector Public Private Partnership : 84.72 Crores 4.00 0.50 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC JTPC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI PWD PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC Bargi Reservoir Adventure Sports Provision of two public convenience units Provision of parking for 30 cars each at three proposed location Madan Mohan Fort Tilwara Ghat Public Convenience Parking for 30 cars Parking for 30 cars Public Convenience Daily Tourist Buses no 2 each for Kanha.91 4.2 6 Gov. Bandhavgarh .15 1.04 0. Cr.30 0.

08 0.50 1.38 1.50 1.81 1.75 10.62 5.24 6 Gov.43 4.25 0.65 0.50 1.54 6 6 2.75 0.75 0. Cr.13 0.Friendly low sound vehicles for jungle safari with allied facilities Tree Top Restaurant Budget accommodation (30 rooms ) 0.88 3. six seater shuttle services to operate on the heritage trail Parking for 30 cars 4no Mini Buses to operate from Bhedaghat to Jabalpur Nature Therapy and Meditation Centre 4no Houseboats Cultural and Laser Show in an Open Air Theatre developed amongst the rocks Budget accommodation(30 rooms) Aquarium Indicative Cost (Rs.75 2.50 3.87 16.38 0.50 1.50 5.81 Private Fundin g 1.64 1.1 6 0.86 0.61 0.08 4.22 0.91 4.13 0.5 7.63 5.34 0.50 0.25 0.25 2.) Bhedaghat Trained guides 5 no.25 0.08 4.75 7.03 1.43 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Other monuments Ram Ghat Bhedaghat Kanha National Park Kanha National Park Core Area Kanha National Park Buffer Zone Bandhavgarh National Park Trained guides 20no Eco.49 22. Amarkantak 0.50 0.Friendly low sound vehicles for shuttle services to destinations with allied facilities Naturopathy Centre Amarkantak Parasailing / Paragliding and other adventure sports 4no of Public Conveniences along the park and 4 clusters of food/snacks joints Boating Facilities Trekking Route connecting Gufas Ropeway (3km) 0.26 MPSTDC PWD PWD 14.) 1.50 MPSTDC MPSTDC Ram Ghat Group of Ancient Temples.24 Bandhavgarh National Park Trained guides 20no Eco.Friendly low sound vehicles for jungle safari with allied facilities Amarkantak Public Convenience and Changing Rooms Parking for 50 cars Parking for 20 cars Budget accommodation (60 rooms) Dormitories(12) 3 star Star category resort(20 room) 20no Eco.50 1.5 0.88 1.5 2 5 3 3.09 0.Destination Project Dormitories (10 rooms.5 5 1 10 11 3.1 6 2 7.25 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC 42 | P a g e .50 0.03 0. Fundi ng 0. 5no.50 2.03 1.63 1.1 1 0.25 2.21 0.50 4.40 0.75 0.50 0.50 0.50 8.

25 46. To estimate the number of employment generated an investment multiplier of 78 jobs per million investments is taken.14 12.Destination Project Development of Base Camp near Kabir Tiraha with Night Camping and Trekking Facilities and Trained Guides Total Indicative Cost (Rs.140.33 271. 4.17 Employment Generated 102804 18049 10062 80597 211512 43 | P a g e .04 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC Within the Public Private Partnership projects in the Jabalpur circuit. Table 13: District-wise employment estimates District Jabalpur Mandla/Balaghat Umariya Shadol Total Investment (in Crore) 131. Cr.) 1 186.68 Crores can be facilitated from public funds and Rs.75 140. Rs.04 Crores from private investments. 46.6 Estimated Employment Generation The proposed investments at the tourist destinations and the circuits are expected to generate employment the figures of which have been estimated on a district level because of the direct and indirect nature of employment generation from these investments.68 Private Fundin g 0.8 23. Fundi ng 0.9 103.72 Gov.

Circuit 3: Bhopal – Sanchi .1 Stakeholder consultation Following officials have been consulted during the process: Table 14: Stakeholder Consultations S.Vidisha. Dave Mr.Pachmarhi 5. Rai Mr.Satdara Stupas.K. No 1 2 3 4 Name Mr. K. R. K.Udayagi ri Caves. Bhopal Division. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Location Bhopal Bhopal Pachmarhi Pachmarhi Contact 9424796745 9424796612 9424796846 9725601268 5.Rais en Fort Sat Dhara Falls.Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi Tourist Town Destinations Covered Upper Lake.5. Jata Shankar Temple.2 Town wise Carrying Capacity Assessment Table 15 shows the carrying capacity of the tourist towns covered Bhopal – Sanchi .Bhojpur – Bhimbetka .Kolar Dam. Rajiv Shrivastava Designation Regional Manager. Handiya Khu.Sonari Stupa. Pachmarhi Lake. Gyaraspur.Hatia Kheda Dam. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Regional Manager. Lower Lake. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Executive Engineer.Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi Table 15: Carrying capacity assessment of Bhopal – Sanchi .Dhoopgar h Existing Load Carrying Capacity 2010 Available Capacity Estimate d Load Carrying Capacity 2020 Availabl e Capacit y District Bhopal Bhopal 2104393 5074160 2969767 3014243 5074160 2059917 Raisen Sanchi 8737 208800 200063 10919 208800 197881 Hoshang abad Pachmarh i 16370 63700 47330 19708 63700 43992 44 | P a g e . Madhya Pradesh Tourism Executive Engineer.Mahadev. Sohail Qaider Mr.Kalia Sot/Baaz Sanchi Stupa. Pachmarhi Division. Cantt. Lake. Protestant Church.

5. is required for some tourist sites. Sonari Stupa.3 Existing Infrastructure Gaps An assessment of tourism infrastructure between major tourist destinations has been done. 45 | P a g e .Bhimbetka Destination: Bhimbetka Improvement in the solid waste management Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots. Lack of drinking water Lack of adequate parking facilities. C denotes ‘Fair’. Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences. onsite. 1. C. D denotes ‘Bad’ and E denotes ‘Very Bad’. is required for some tourist sites. B denotes ‘Good’. A denotes ‘Very Good’. Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences. Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences. Bhojpur. Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots. 2.All the three towns have ample scope for increase in tourist inflow as suggested by their Tourist carrying capacities (for both. is required for some tourist sites. onsite. B. Night Illumination Restoration and conservation of Raisen fort.D and E wherein.Sanchi Destination: Sanchi Improvement in the solid waste management is required for the city as well for its tourist sites. Satdhara Stupa and other monuments. Sanchi-Bhojpur Destination – Bhojpur Improvement in the solid waste management Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots. 2011 and 2021) in the Table 14. onsite. Each of the destinations and their enroute stretches have been assessed and rated on a scale of A. Lack of drinking water Lack of adequate parking facilities. 3. Bhopal . The infrastructure assessment sheets are presented in the Annexure.

onsite. Implementation and Funding Table 16 shows the list of identified projects in Bhopal – Sanchi .2 0.2 0.4 Projects Identification. Cr.1 0.Lack of drinking water Lack of Illumination Lack of Signages and kiosks Lack of adequate parking facilities 4.83 0. 5. Lack of drinking water Lack of kiosks and seating spaces. Bhopal.2 0. Improvement in street lighting and public conveniences. Block Cost Estimates.) Bhopal Upper Lake Lower Lake Promenade Development (4 kms) Promenade Development(2 kms) Public Conveniences Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Kolar Dam Signages Cruise Water Sports Budget Accommodation (20 Rooms) Public Conveniences Hatia Kheda Dam Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks 20 10 0.Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi Circuit. is required for some tourist sites.Pachmarhi Destination: Pachmarhi Improvement in the solid waste management Lack of direction signages in the city to reach the different tourist spots.2 0. Table 16: Project Identification in Bhopal-Sanchi-Bhojpur-Bhimbetka-Pachmarhi Location Project Indicat ive Cost (Rs.1 0.3 2 2 4.1 0. Lack of adequate parking facilities.1 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Public PPP Public Public PPP Public PPP PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Implemen ting Agency Mode of Funding Existing Schemes 46 | P a g e .

2 0.2 1.5 0.2 2 1.2 0.2 0.1 0. Cr.1 0.1 0.2 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public PPP PPP Public PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP PPP PPP Public Public Public Public PPP PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC ACATID PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC ACATID PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 47 | P a g e .2 1.5 0.2 0.5 0.1 0.5 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.5 0.Location Project Signages Cruise Water Sports Kalia Sot/Baaz Golf Course (9 Holes) Sanchi Public Conveniences Parking (100 Cars) Solid Waste Management Sanchi Stupa Drinking Water Facility Signages Snacks Kiosks Illumination Conservation & Renovation Approach Road ( 7 Km) Drinking Water Facility Signages Sonari Stupa Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Conservation & Renovation Approach Road ( 7 Km) Parking (75 Cars) Satdara Stupas Drinking Water Facility Signages Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Illumination Public Conveniences Light & Sound Show Parking (75 Cars) Udayagiri Caves Signages Drinking Water Facility Audio Guide Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Indicat ive Cost (Rs.8 2.1 0.5 0.73 0.6 1 2.3 2 2 7 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Public PPP PPP PPP Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 0.8 0.) 0.3 0.5 0.8 1.3 0.5 0.

2 0.Location Project Indicat ive Cost (Rs.3 0.1 0.1 0. Cr.2 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public PPP PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 48 | P a g e .25 0.1 1.8 2.2 0.8 0.8 0.5 0.5 1 2.5 1 0.5 Bhojpur Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PWD MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Conservation & Renovation Approach Road ( 7 Km) Public Conveniences Vidisha Drinking Water Facility Parking (75 Cars) Signages Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Conservation & Renovation Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Gyaraspur Drinking Water Facility Signages Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Conservation & Renovation Approach Road ( 7 Km) Signages Public Conveniences Raisen Fort Drinking Water Facility Parking (75 Cars) Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Public Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC Conservation & Renovation Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Shiv Temple Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Signages Snacks Kiosks Illumination Ashapuri Conservation & Renovation Public Conveniences 0.3 0.2 0.) 0.2 1.2 0.3 0.5 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.5 1 0.2 0.1 0.2 1.25 0.1 1.2 0.1 0.3 0.

5 0.25 0.5 0.5 0.1 km) Conservation & Renovation Protestant Church Seating Spaces Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Indicat ive Cost (Rs. Lake Promenade Development(0.5 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.2 1.3 1.3 0.2 0.2 1.8 0.1 0.5 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC ASI Mode of Funding PPP Public Public PPP Public PPP PPP Public Public Public PPP Public Existing Schemes PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 1 1 MPSTDC MPSTDC PPP Public PIDDC PIDDC 0.2 0.5 0.Location Project Parking (75 Cars) Signages Solid Waste Management Snacks Kiosks Illumination Bhimbetka Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Solid Waste Management Rock Shelters Audio Guide Signages Snacks Kiosks Illumination Tawa Tawa Reservoir Islands within Tawa Reservoir Water Sports Site Development Pachmarhi Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Sat Dhara Falls Parking (75 Cars) Signages Snacks Kiosks Seating Spaces Public Conveniences Site Development of main temple area Jata Shankar Temple Street Lighting Parking (100 Cars) Signages Drinking Water Facility Solid Waste Management Cantt.1 0.3 0.2 0. Cr.1 0.3 0.73 0.2 0.2 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Temple Trust Temple Trust MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public PPP Public Public PPP Public Public Public Public Public Public PPP Public PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 49 | P a g e .) 1.1 0.2 0.3 0.

2 0. Cr.2 0.2 0. Tawa & Pachmarhi Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Wayside Amenities Matkulli Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Wayside Amenities Hoshangabad Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Wayside Amenities Public Public Public Public PPP PPP Public PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP PPP PPP Public Public PPP PPP Public Public Public Public PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 12.4 0.86 0.1 0.1 0.25 1 7.1 7.3 0.1 5 2 Implemen ting Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Redevelopment of Protestant Triangle Promenade Development (0.2 0.5 0.2 0. Lake to 7 Cross to Pachmarhi Lake ( 2kms) From Rajendra Giri to Choragarh Temple to Mahadev Temple (4Km) Convention Centre for MICE Tourism At Maddai.1 1.) 0.5 MPSTDC PPP PIDDC 7 9.2 0.4 km) Seating Spaces Pachmarhi Lake Lighting Public Conveniences Boating Facilities Solid Waste Management Parking (150 Cars) Public Conveniences Mahadev Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Snacks Kiosks Adventure Sports Parking (50 Cars) Handiya Khu Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Parking (75 Cars) Dhoopgarh Public Conveniences Solid Waste Management Drinking Water Facility Signages Pathway cum Cycle Track Ropeway Convention Centre at Pachmarhi Helipads Tamia Within Pachmarhi for all the destination From Cantt.3 0.4 2 0.5 0.25 1 7.2 2.2 0.25 1 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public PPP PPP Public PPP PPP PPP PPP PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC PIDDC 50 | P a g e .6 0.Location Project Indicat ive Cost (Rs.

50 5.15 1.15 1.98 0.50 1.05 0.50 0.50 0.2 1.08 1.15 0.1 1.3 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.98 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Location Project Gov.75 0.05 0.15 0.3 0.1 2 2 7 Sanchi Public Conveniences 0.30 0.05 0.2 1.50 1.3 0.5 PPP Bifurcation of Identified Projects Table 17: PPP Bifurcation of Bhopal-Sanchi-Bhimbetka-Bhojpur-Pachmarhi Indicative Cost (Rs.33 0.50 0. Cr.Location Project Total Indicat ive Cost (Rs.48 Crores : 91.08 0.05 0.08 0. Cr.03 0.) Bhopal 0.2 0.05 0.98 0.1 2 2 0.15 0.05 0.07 Crores 5.08 1.50 1.33 0.50 0.2 0.50 0.43 0.03 0.03 0.05 0.15 0.55 Implemen ting Agency Mode of Funding Existing Schemes Proposed Breakup of Investments: Public Sector Public Private Partnership : 90.2 2 1.15 0.) 181.03 0.73 0.50 0. Funding Private Funding Implementing Agency Public Conveniences Kolar Dam Snacks Kiosks Cruise Water Sports Public Conveniences Hatia Kheda Dam Snacks Kiosks Cruise Water Sports Kalia Sot/Baaz Golf Course (9 Holes) 0.33 0.25 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Sanchi Stupa Parking (100 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Parking (75 Cars) Sonari Stupa Satdara Stupas Public Conveniences Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Udayagiri Caves Light & Sound Show Parking (75 Cars) 51 | P a g e .

03 0.75 MPSTDC Public Conveniences Sat Dhara Falls Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Parking (100 Cars) Public Conveniences Public Conveniences Pachmarhi Lake Boating Facilities Parking (150 Cars) 0.2 0.1 Bhojpur Gov.98 0.6 0.3 0.15 0.15 0.2 0.2 1.05 0.1 0.33 0.08 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Public Conveniences Rock Shelters Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks 0.05 0.2 1.05 0.13 0.38 1.33 0.05 0.33 0.05 0.15 0.1 Bhimbetka 0.2 1.05 0.3 0.98 0.15 0.15 0.95 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Jata Shankar Temple Protestant Church 52 | P a g e .15 0.3 0.30 0.25 0.33 0.05 0.) 0.33 0.Location Project Indicative Cost (Rs.33 0.05 0.2 1. Cr.03 0.15 0.05 0.2 1.2 0.98 0.2 1.33 0.3 0.1 Tawa 0.03 0.3 0.08 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Gyaraspur Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Raisen Fort Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Vidisha Public Conveniences Shiv Temple Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks Public Conveniences Ashapuri Parking (75 Cars) Snacks Kiosks 0.05 0.98 0.3 0.03 0.15 0.15 0.08 0.08 MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Tawa Reservoir Water Sports 1 Pachmarhi 0.03 0.2 1.73 0.65 0.05 0.15 0.2 1. Funding 0.2 0.5 2.98 0.05 0.15 0.98 0.98 0.15 1.3 0.08 0.1 0.03 Private Funding 0.43 0.1 0.08 0.

83 5.Bhojpur -Bhimbetka-Pachmarhi District Bhopal Raisen Hoshangabad Total Investment (in Crores) 51. Tawa & Pachmarhi Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Wayside Amenities Budget Accommodation (30 Rooms) Wayside Amenities Total Ropeway Helipads Tamia Matkulli Hoshangabad Within the Public Private Partnership projects in the Bhopal circuit.75 68.55 Gov.Location Project Public Conveniences Indicative Cost (Rs.5 9.05 3.30 Implementing Agency MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC MPSTDC Mahadev Snacks Kiosks Adventure Sports Handiya Khu Parking (50 Cars) Public Conveniences Parking (75 Cars) Dhoopgarh Public Conveniences From Rajendra Giri to Choragarh Temple to Mahadev Temple (4Km) At Maddai.33 0.75 5.44 0.05 0.25 1 7. To estimate the number of employment generated an investment multiplier of 78 jobs per million investments is taken.13 2.68.15 0. 5.30 Crores from private investments.Sanchi .25 22.28 1.86 0.81 0.25 1.76 Private Funding 0.25 1 181.6 Estimated Employment Generation The proposed investments at the tourist destinations and the circuits are expected to generate employment the figures of which have been estimated on a district level because of the direct and indirect nature of employment generation from these investments. 22. Rs.76 Crores can be facilitated from public funds and Rs.5 0.25 7.13 0.44 181.3 0.15 9.44 0.98 0.2 0.22 0. Table 18: District-wise employment estimates for Bhopal .2 1.15 0.2 12.03 0.08 0.38 6.1 0.48 78.44 5.65 0.81 0.63 51.05 0.38 0.1 7.55 Employment generation 40271 40154 61183 141608 53 | P a g e .81 1.) 0. Funding 0. Cr.

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