'Ayurvedic Village' Janapav Kuti with its unique appeal calls for a quick trip from Indore!

Famously called the 'Ayurvedic village', Janapav Kuti is a treasure trove of Malwa's richest endowments.

Does the thought of planning a travel itinerary often take you to the mysterious mountains? If yes, hear us out as and you might end up being all set for a cool weekend trip within a few moments, right here!

Beaming amidst the bejewelled landscape of Madhya Pradesh, Janapav Kuti makes for a magical spot for your long-awaited vacation. Located closely to the crowded confines of Indore, the village with its serene hills serves for a soothing escape that would surely energise your spirits and enrich your soul. Famously called the 'Ayurvedic village', Janapav Kuti is a treasure trove of Malwa's richest endowments.

Known for its spectacular beauty & thrilling routes


Situated between the celebrated towns of Mandav and Maheshwar, the hamlet lies at an altitude of 2900 ft above the mean sea level. Legend has it that Parshuram, the sixth incarnation of Vishnu, one of Hinduism's holy trinity, was born at this place. Additionally, folklore tells that his mother was a renowned medical practitioner who grew a variety of herbs in its vicinity. While this may sound to you like a dated story from mythology, Ayurvedic doctors still flock to this village in search of medicinal plants, giving it the name of 'Ayurvedic village'.

Just at a distance of 45 Km from Indore, the hills of Janapav Kuti are circumscribed by forests on all sides. Largely known for its spectacular beauty and thrilling routes, the village can be a treat for all seeking to explore hidden adventures. Janapav Kuti becomes a bustling hub of multiple attractions on Kartik Purnima and Parshuram Jayanti every year with annual fairs being organised at these times.

All you need to know for your trip-


Assuring easier accessibility to tourists, Janapav Kuti is well connected to Indore. You can pave your way to this hamlet via the national highway using a privately hired vehicle or public road transport. If you rejoice in sporty activities, make sure to include cycling and trekking in your plans. A trip to this town will be the most enjoyable one if it happens during the monsoon season amid the fresh green blossom of its flora.

Knock Knock

Who doesn't wish to be embraced by everlasting enchantment? We surely do and we know that you do too! And, it is not every day that you stumble upon such an interesting option for a quick weekend getaway. Janapav Kuti will definitely leave an unsurpassable impression on your mind, delivering you an experience of a lifetime! So, block your next weekend for the heavenly terrains.

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