District Court Building
District Court Building
District Court Building
District Court Building
Front View Old Building
District Court Jabalpur Old Building
Side View Old Building
District Court Jabalpur Old Building


Madhya Pradesh High Court

The Madhya Pradesh High Court is the High Court of the state of Madhya Pradesh which is located in Jabalpur. It was established as the Nagpur High Court on 2 January 1936 by Letters Patent dated 2 January 1936, issued under Section 108 the Government of India Act, 1935. Founded: 2 January 1936 Location: Principal Seat: Jabalpur, M.P. Circuit Benches: Indore & Gwalior

District Court Jabalpur

Hon'ble The

Chief Justice





Portfolio Judge


District and Session


Shri Naveen Kumar Saxena


About District Jabalpur


Jabalpur is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. On a rocky hilltop on the western outskirts of the city is the Madan Mahal Fort, built in 1116. Farther west, the centuries-old Pisanhari Ki Madiya Jain temple offers views of the city. Another Jain temple, Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir, sits on the shore of a lake in the north. The central Rani Durgavati Museum displays intricately carved sculptures.

Area: 367 km²

Population: 12.7 lakhs (2011)

Average Literacy rate: 82.13%
Jabalpur is also known as the marble city of India because of the presence of marble rocks in Bhedaghat, which makes it a world famous and unique tourist center. It is one of the most sought after places and has become synonymous with Jabalpur city over the years. The city treats its visitors with an array of lip smacking delicacies. Among them, the chaats and the Khowa Jalebies are worth a try. The chaat gali in Jabalpur is famous for different varieties of chaat in one single street. The ideal combination of a sumptuous evening would be a combination of chaats, Rabri and Khowa Jalebies of Jabalpur. There are many a places to visit in Jabalpur for travellers namely, the Chausath Yogini Temple, Pisanhari ki Madiya, the Tripura Sundari Temple, the Duma Nature Reserve, the Bargi Dam and the Dhuandhar Falls to name a few.
  • Balancing Rocks The Balancing Rocks in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, is a sheer geological marvel in the true sense. Located on the way to the Madan Mahal Fort, it is a rocky formation of uneven rocks which is said to have been created by volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago. Balancing rocks can be seen from the top of the Madan Mahal Fort, along with a panoramic view of the whole city. A sheer delight for nature enthusiasts, a trip to Jabalpur is incomplete without visiting the famous Balancing Rocks.