Gwarighat is a most famous Ghat on the bank of river Narmada other than Jabalpur city in Madhya Pradesh, India. Gwarighat is an essential journey in Jabalpur area. Jabalpur city is completely honored by sacred river Narmada. Gwarighat has the noteworthy place in Sikh Religion on the grounds that as per antiquated stories in Gwarighat Guru Nanak (a Sikh master) halted to lecture when he was coming back to the place where he grew up Punjab. There is a Gurudwara (a Sikh sanctuary) on the bank of waterway Narmada to celebrate Guru Nanak's visit. The celebrations like Narmada Jainti, Holi, birthday of Guru Amardas Ji, Makar Sankranti and so forth, are commended here with awesome energy. In Gwarighat day by day many pioneers, gives and visitors assemble to perform formal showering on the stream Narmada to wash their transgressions to attain Moksha. Maha aarti is led every day from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Sacred River A conviction to get moksha for the spirit of progenitors In Gwarighat Hindus pour the slag of their expired relative in heavenly waterway Narmada with trust that it will lead the spirit of dead individual to extreme peace. Other than this Gwarighat additionally has a Jain sanctuary which is well known for its idols.