Madhya Pradesh, often called the “Essence of India” is a state which is located in the central India.

This ancient land shares its borders with Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat as well as Rajasthan.

Madhya Pradesh is known for its devout hubs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism as well as Islam, Khajuraho temples, invulnerable forts, elegant carved Jain temples, palaces, which are the illustrious reminders of erstwhile era of the royal Rajas as well as Maharajahs.

flourished with its magnificent natural beauty and grandeur, Madhya Pradesh is also famous for its wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, which are home to a rich variety of flora and fauna.

These are some of the significant places which are going to attract the tourist from all over world

Malwa Region Golden Triangle

The Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh is situated in the southern portion of

Ujjain, Madu and Omkarehwar polarly make up its “Golden Triangle”.

Ujjain is one of Hinduisms seen scared cities, and o of the four locations of the Kumbh Mela. Most importantly, it’s home to

the Mahashwar

The abundant city of Madu was once the lavish home of the Mughals, who indulged themselves by its any lakes and


Omkareshwar, an island in the Narada river, is said to appear like the symbol “Om” when vivid from above


Orchha is situated on the boundary of the Betwa River, a enjoyable hour as well as a half south of


It’s another relatively tranquil place, full of well-preserved palaces as well as a temples, with a

distinctly medieval attractiveness.

Three main palaces are encompass in Orccha’s fortified walls.

The Jahangir Mahal is the finest, largest and most impressive, and its upper levels offer some arresting comprehensive views.


Today Sanchi is recognized as to the triumph of Buddhist art disclosed in the age­old Stupas, temples, monasteries, and monolithic pillars.

The best time to visit Sanchi is in the month from October and March.

It is at a distance of 46 kilometers from Bhopal which is the nearest

airport that interconnects Sanchi with the major cities of India which includes Delhi, Mumbai, Gwalior, Chennai and Indore. The

railway station of Vidisha serves to the tourists who travel by trains. The road network links Sanchi with Indore, Gwalior,

Sagar, Vidisha, Raisen et al. The accommodation charges are from 500­ 2000 rupees.


A triumph filled city is located in the center of the state.

The city has got a very rich history and is praised for its architectural beauty.

If you love classical music, make sure you attend the Tansen festival.

It is organized every year around December at Behat to experience Indian classical music at its purest form.

And if you’re a shopaholic and are into fine arts, make sure you check out Sarafa Bazar!

Places to visit in Gwalior:

Sun Temple (Timings – 6am to 6pm; Entry fee – Free)

Gwalior Fort (Timings – 6 am to 5pm; Entry fee – ₹75 (INR) ₹250 (NRI))

Sas – Bahu Temple (Timings – 8am to 5pm; Entry fee – Free)

Tigra Dam

Gopachal Parvat (Timings – 24/7; Entry fee – Free)

Man Mandir Palace (Timings – 10am to 5pm; Entry fee – Free)

-Jessica Lobo

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