In Amarkantak, Dhuni Pani is a natural Hot Water Spring. As Amarkantak is a place of supreme importance in the Indian Mythology, and religion is integrally associated with Amarkantak. Dhuni Pani is also vital because it is a very important pilgrim spot in India, and people from the all over India, visits here at prime of life in order to gain the blessings of the Almighty God, so that they get relief from the pains of living and that their pangs do not creep along with their souls when they leave this world. Therefore, visit to the place without knowing that Lord Shiva and his daughter Narmada once used to stay here is futile. The origin of the life giving river Narmada is related to this story.
Dhuni Pani is one of the important tourist destinations in Amarkantak. Amarkantak is situated at the meeting point of Vindhya and Satpura. The place is regarded as one of the religious places as the place bears various mythological aspects. Narmada is regarded as the blessed river and carries lots of importance in respect of Hindu mythology. Apart from Dhuni Pani there is Dugdhdhara and Kapildhara.
Dugdhdhara- a waterfall that falls in a tremendous speed from about 50ft.
Kapildhara- this is one of the popular picnic spot.
Dhuni Pani is situated in these hills and this is a natural hot water spring located at the midst of thick forest of Amarkantak. The spring is regarded as philosopher's stone and the spring bears the healing properties and that makes the spring more famous. The natural hot water spring creates a holy ambience.