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Mahamati Prannathji Temple

Mahamati Prannathji Temple

Being a vital pilgrimage place in Panna, Mahamati Prannathji Temple was built in the year 1692 in both Hindu and Muslim architectural style. The popular tourist attraction of Panna attracts a number of devotees all throughout the year especially during Sharad Purnima (a harvest festival celebrated in the Hindu Religion). In addition to this, the temple with the historical significance, is believed that Mahatma Prannathji lived at the place for eleven years. On visiting the temple, pilgrims can witness the beauty of the temple that comprises domes and lotus structures all around. Also, the temple is divided into six components inclduing Shri Gummatji, Shri Bangalaji, Shri Sadguru Mandir, Shri Baijurajji Mandir, Shri Chopada Mandir and Shri Khijada Mandir. Amongst all the, highest one stands out to be Shri Gummatji with nine marble domes. Tourists planning to visit Mahamati Prannathji Temple will find themselves in an atmosphere filled with sanctity that will help in rejuvenating the body mind and soul.

Best Time to Visit Mahamati Prannathji Temple

Being a popular religious place near Panna, Mahamati Prannathji can be visited all throughout the year. Tourist looking for an atmosphere full of sanctity can consider visiting during the summer and winter season. Mentioned below is the seasonal breakup that will help the tourists plan a trip to Mahamati Prannathji Temple accordingly.

Summer
season

24°C to 40°C March – June

As Panna experiences scorching heat during the summer season (between March and June), but seeking blessings in Mahamati Prannathji Temple during the summer season can be planned as one needs to be inside the temple premises.

Winter
season

8°C to 27°C Oct – Feb

Mahamati Prannathji Temple in the winter season (between October and February) is the best time to visit as the weather is cool and pleasant that lets the tourists explore the temple without getting exhausted. The temperature varies from 21°C in the daytime to 8°C at night.

Monsoon
season

24°C to 32°C Jul, Aug, Sept

Panna experiences rainfall during the monsoon season (between July and September). Planning a trip to Mahamati Prannathji Temple during this time can be a little difficult. But for the ones who love rain can make it to the Mahamati Prannathji Temple.

How to Reach Mahamati Prannathji Temple?

Being a major tourists attraction near Panna, Mahamati Prannathji Temple is visited by pilgrims from different parts of the country. Tourists looking for ways to reach the popular place in Madhya Pradesh can make it by all means of transport including air, rail and road. Mentioned below is the detailed description in the ways to reach Mahamati Prannathji Temple.

The nearest airport to Mahamati Prannathji Temple is Khajuraho Airport which is located at a distance of approx 36 km. Khajuraho airport is well connected with the other major cities of India. Tourists getting down at the airport can avail the public transport facility to reach Mahamati Prannathji Temple.

As Panna is linked to the nearby cities like Bhopal and Delhi by NH 75, travelling to Mahamati Prannathji Temple is convenient. Tourists can even avail the private and public bus facility to get to the destination.

The nearest railhead to Mahatma Prannathji Temple is Satna Railway Station and Khajuraho Railway Station which are connected to the major cities of the country. Tourists getting down at either of the railway stations can avail the taxi or bus service to reach Mahamati Prannathji Temple.

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