Top 50 Places to visit in Madhya Pradesh

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Best things to do in Madhya Pradesh and sightseeing in Madhya Pradesh

Called the ‘heart of India’ this place is a heaven to travel to on a holiday. Madhya Pradesh is a land of wonders and structures that take one on a cultural and historical adventure. The place is filled with temples and mosques, caves, and wildlife sanctuaries. It is famous not only-only among the locals but as well as foreign tourists as well. The historical Bhimbetka rock shelters are found here and it is the supposed shelter of the Pandavas when exiled. The summers are quite warm here and so the best time to visit this place would be best visited from October to March. The famous Khajuraho temples are located in the state are an important site internationally acclaimed and being labeled as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. Gwalior, Bhopal, and Mandu are other important cities to visit here.

Khajuraho - Madhya Pradesh

Recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site, the temples of Khajuraho are truly a sight to behold. There can be slight reservations about Khajuraho due to the amount of heckling that goes on here but once you learn how to deal with the guides and vendors Khajuraho becomes one of the safest spots in the country to spend a quiet weekend. Things to do: Lakshmana Temple, Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Old Village, Lakshmi Temple, Matangeshwar Mahadev Temple, Parshwanath Temple, Lord Mahavira Temple and Adinath Temple.
Sonali Gurung

139 Followers, 71 Reviews


Recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site, the temples of Khajuraho are truly a sight to behold. There can be slight reservations about Khajuraho due to the amount of heckling that goes on here but once you learn how to deal with the guides and vendors Khajuraho becomes one of the safest spots in the country to spend a quiet weekend.
Nandan Priyadarshi

478 Followers, 42 Reviews


Land of temples
Sanjay Raturi

385 Followers, 5 Reviews


Kanha National Park - Madhya Pradesh

The best reference of this park is the one given in the famous, "Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling, the scenic Park also supports a tiger reserve and a variety of other flora and fauna and is spread across 1950 sq kms of thick forests.
Kanha Tiger Reserve is spread over an area of 1,949 sq km (940 sq km of core area and 1,009 sq km of buffer zone), making it one of the best habitats for tigers in India (the current dominant male, Munna, is easily recognized by a symbol on his forehead that reads – “CAT”). The park is situated in the Central Indian Highlands, which are part of the extensive tableland that forms India’s main peninsula. The highlands once were continuous forests and accounted for a significant part of the country’s wilderness areas and wildlife habitats. Today, these forests have become fragmented and survive in parks such as Panna, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench and Sanjay.The sal forests and vast meadows contain tigers (89 at last count) and leopards and support huge populations of deer and antelope, including the rare barasingha (deer). You’ll see plenty of langur monkeys, the odd gaur (Indian bison), maybe even a family or two of wild boar and the odd lonesome jackal or two. The park is also home to more than 300 bird species.Khatiya Gate in Khatiya village is easily the most popular; other gates into the park include Mukki, 45km southeast of Khatiya, and Sarahi, 60km northeast.
Vikas Acharyaa

5 Followers, 19 Reviews


Kanha boasts of a story of comeback- the comeback of the beautiful and graceful Barasingha or swamp deer. Restored from a mere population of 66 due to incessant hunting of its majestic antlers, this species from the deer family have been provided special protection status in these beautiful Sal forests. Nearest flight connectivity being Jabalpur, make sure you witness the famed ‘misty meadows’ characteristic of a typical Kanha morning.
Rhucha Kulkarni

403 Followers, 9 Reviews


Kanha National Park is a place where wildlife enthusiasts would love to be in during their vacation. It is located in the Satpura range of hills, and is spread over Balaghat and Mandla districts. In 1879, it was declared a reserve forest and then a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1933. Kanha was accorded the status of a National Park on 1st June, 1955. Located in Mandla and Balaghat districts, the Kanha Tiger Reserve is being occupied by two major sanctuaries, the Hallon and the Banjar Sanctuaries. Respectively covering the area of 250 sq km and 300 sq km, the Kanha Reserve together forms a greater area of 1,949 sq km. This wildlife reserve is largely popular for its tigers, but visitors would also come across many different species of wild animals while touring the region. A stay in Kanha also makes it possible for them to visit some places of interest located near the national park.
Purvi

143 Followers, 1 Reviews


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Pench Tiger Reserve - Madhya Pradesh

A Project Tiger reserve located in the Seoni and Chhindwara District is spread about 290 sq kms in area, in Southern Madhya Pradesh.
Pench reserve forest around 85 kms from Nagpur comes in Madhya Pradesh State, one of the most visited Reserve forest in India. The area is especially famous for large herds of Gaur (Indian Bison), Cheetal, Sambar, Nilgai, Wild Dog and Wild Pig. The key predator is the Tiger followed by Leopard, Wild Dog and Wolf. Other animals include Sloth Bear, Chousingha, Chinkara, Barking Deer, Jackal, Fox, Palm Civet, Small Indian Civet, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Porcupine etc. Pench Tiger Reserve is also among the best areas for bird watching, there are over 285 species of resident and migratory birds. You can find many hotels and resorts, from Luxury to Budget, a perfect weekend getaway.
TheWandererKC

256 Followers, 58 Reviews


Jayita Barua

2 Followers, 3 Reviews


The birthplace of Mowgli and hence the Jungle Book. The forest is simply amazing and the chances of spotting a Tiger are really high. Besides Tiger there are much more wildlife to explore like leopard, wild dogs, spotted deer, sambar deer, vulture, jackal and many more. There is guest house at the entrance of the core area and during my stay I was able to spot wild dogs right in front of the guest house. Locals are very friendly and I got a chance to try homemade liquor which is locally known as mahua. Trust me it hits you hard, very hard :P
Anurodh Sachdeva

190 Followers, 5 Reviews


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Pachmarhi - Madhya Pradesh

We've all heard and seen this beautiful hill station in umpteen Bollywood flicks! Enveloped by the Satpura hills, Panchmari is tucked into a corner of Madhya Pradesh. It is also prominently known as 'Satpura ki Rani'. Pachmarhi has a list of attractions that will make any tourist super happy. As for travellers, you can head to any corner of the hamlet to discover its many treasures. From viewpoints to rock cut caves, from lush green forests to cascading waterfalls, wildlife to extensive water bodies, there is no dearth of places to visit. Sunder Kund, Pandav Caves, Catholic Church and Satpura National Park are to name a few. The cave shelters at Mahadeo Hills are wondrous works that depict love tales and scenes through rock paintings. Cave paintings, as old as 10,000 years, exist in the forests of Pachmarhi. The spectacular Jamuna Prapat works as the water supplier for the hill station and you will see it a number of times while making your way through this hill station. The meandering roads through the groves will effortlessly take you through the picturesque spaces, old cottages, and gardens which have an air of tranquillity and old world essence about it. There are a number of places to stay here, from budget to luxurious hotels. And foodies don't have to worry about their quota of delicious food. There are various restaurants that serve a plethora of cuisines and local delicacies.
Pachmarhi is the place to be to have a quiet, uncomplicated and relaxing weekend. Get some spiritual vibes at places like Jatashankar, walk through some ancient Indian history while in Pandav caves and go to Dhoopgarh to watch a magical sunset. When in Pachmarhi, stay at Welcome Heritage Golf View Resort. It has colonial style villas with lush green lawns and toothsome Indian food.
Jasleen Kaur

7 Followers, 21 Reviews


Also known as the queen of the Satpura ranges, Pachmarhi is a beautiful hill station with stunning waterfalls. Famous places to visit are bee falls, apsara falls and dhoopgarh. Besides these you can also go for activities like para sailing, deep forest camping, rock climbing and night forest trekking.
Anurodh Sachdeva

190 Followers, 5 Reviews


Everything about this place is fabulous and amazing. Enjoy every bit of your time while you are here.
Kushendra Tiwary

211 Followers, 85 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Hill Station,Nature,Wildlife,Rivers and Lakes
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Indore - Madhya Pradesh

A rapidly developing city in Madhya Pradesh, Indore is the perfect example of a small town packed with the right kind of holiday experiences. Especially if you are a foodie! The Sarafa Bazaar which is open till the wee hours of morning is a must visit and should not be missed! The market opens only around midnight and this is perhaps what makes it a little more special. The bazaar offers a plethora of street food and it's one of the best foodie experiences you can have in the country. Other than that, you can visit the beautiful Central Museum. The museum houses collections dating back to the pre-historic era and if art and history interest you, do head here. Indore is also at a prime location for tons of tourist spots including Shri Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga, Patalpani and Maheshwar. If you are in the mood for trekking, you can head to Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary for a bit of adventure. The summer months here are quite harsh, so it's best to go during winter. The people of Indore are warm, welcoming and quite adventurous so if you happen to know an Indori, you will have a chance to explore a different side of the city.
A very famous city especially for its night food market sarafa bazaar. amazing food!
Tanvi Nadkarni

871 Followers, 55 Reviews


HumDono

397 Followers, 45 Reviews


A delightful town which has an all nighter - Sarafa Market to eat some awesome delicacies
Drashti Buch

390 Followers, 8 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,September,October,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Family Vacation
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Bheda Ghat - Madhya Pradesh

Also known as Bhedaghat, this a town in the Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh and is situated on the river Narmada. Dhuandhar Falls, Marble Rocks, and the Chaunsath Yogini temple and some of the popular tourist destinations here. The temple was built by a king from the Kalachuri empire in the 10th century. Bandar Kodini is another famour spot in Bhedaghat, where one can travel on a boat in a river flowing right through the mountains.
The main attraction at Bhedaghat, as the heading suggests, is the Marble Rocks, that you see in different colours including Pure White, Black, Light Blueish and Light Green. You will have to opt for boating at a nominal cost, as specified by the Ticketing Office, you get to see the differently-coloured rocks. Typically boating in these waters during sunset or better still, on a full moon night could be awesome. Pay minute attention to the boatman for his comic rhymes (but don’t take it personally).
Shaunak Marulkar

6 Followers, 13 Reviews


Athena Mondal

23 Followers, 27 Reviews


the most beatiful boat ride ever amongst the imposing and majestic marble rocks at bheda ghat. the cool and quite refreshing to drink..water and the interesting background commentary of the boatmen adds to the charm
Tuhin Sarkar

93 Followers, 2 Reviews


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Sanchi - Madhya Pradesh

It made me believe ... History is beautiful, rather than boring
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Frequented by many Indian and foreign tourists, Sanchi is a treat for those interested in cultural history. Sanchi is deemed as one of the most organized structures with the best architectural design dating back to the medieval period. For those not interested in medieval architecture, the calmness and serenity the place offers is a reason enough to pay a visit. Sanchi Stupa is surrounded by a railing with four carved gateways facing all the four directions. The sculptures show scenes integrated with the daily life of Buddha. A careful examination of these sculptures reveals a lot about the life during those times. Depending on one’s interest in history and art, one can spend a good 2-3 hrs at the site. Owing to its status as a world heritage site, the stupa sees an outpour of tourists over the weekend, therefore for those willing to explore the site in intricate detail, weekdays are preferable.
Pooja Chaudhary

457 Followers, 54 Reviews


After you reach Sanchi station, some private vehicle has to be hired in order to reach the Stupa, so necessary arrangements in advance must be done. After you reach the place, Explore and Enjoy.
Kushendra Tiwary

211 Followers, 85 Reviews


Mandu - Madhya Pradesh

the place is just awesome... fort, palaces, gates, mosques all attribute to epic love story of King Baj Bahadur and Rani Roopmati.
Biren Trivedi

77 Followers, 2 Reviews


A beautiful palace
Drashti Buch

390 Followers, 8 Reviews


Pandav Caves - Madhya Pradesh

When in the state of Madhya Pradesh, one should not miss the famous Pandav Caves that are located atop a small hill. Legend has it that the Pandavas from the Mahabharata lived in these caves when they were exiled from Indraprastha. There are 6 caves in total, five named after the Pandava brothers – Nakul, Sahdev, Bheem, Arjun and Yudhisthir and the other is called Draupadi. These caves are over 1000 years old and are now protected by the government. The Draupadi cave is by far the cleanest and most airy while the one named after Bheem is the darkest. During the 1st century AD, Buddhist Monks sought shelter here as well.
beautiful view, ancient cave paintings in the caves
madhu sharma

396 Followers, 4 Reviews


Just at the distance of 5km, the Pandava caves can be located. This is when the picturesque heritage kicks in. Legend has it that these famous caves of Pachmarhi were built by the Pandavas, during their exile and were home to them. The place has been marinated with history and spiritual sentiments, which attracts hordes of people every year. The caves are rugged in structure whose beauty has been enhanced by a visionary garden.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


Best time to visit
Round the year but October to March seem to be preferred and advised by the locals.
Things to do
Feel what it is like to lose one's land and have to live in a cave.
Open Hours
7: 00 am to 6:00 pm all week long.
Budget
The body that maintains these caves would need to be contacted to know more about this.

Bhimbetka rock shelters - Madhya Pradesh

These caves lie 45 kilometers away from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh and are a famous tourist destination on the Bhopal- Hoshangabad Highway. It is believed that these were the very caves where the Pandavas sought shelter when they were exiled. Dr. Vishnu Wakankar, a professor at the Vikram University in Ujjain discovered these caves while on an excavation during 1957-58. He strayed far from the site and stumbled upon these caves. One cannot afford to miss this place when one visits Madhya Pradesh.
The rock shelters at Bhimbhetka are said to represent the earliest sign of human life in the Indian subcontinent. We know, of course, that from the very beginning, humans have felt the urge to express themselves, to record their lived experiences. History has given us enough evidence to support this statement. Bhimbhetka's rock paintings are examples of such evidence. The paintings show animals and birds, men riding horses, and hunting scenes. The earliest paintings are said to be around 30,000 years old. Bhimbhetka can be reached by car from Bhopal, located at a distance of around 45 kilometers.
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya

1k+ Followers, 32 Reviews


Quiet & serene...
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
: The best time would be from September to February.
Things to do
Visit the Ratapani Sanctuary only 10 kilometers away.
Open Hours
7:00 am to 6:00 pm all through the week.
Budget
INR 10.00 need to be paid by Indians to gain entry while INR 100.00 is charged for foreign tourists. To park vehicles, INR 20.00 is charged while for a minibus INR 100.00 is charged.

Orchha State - Madhya Pradesh

This place is considered to be a blissful heaven for those who are hell bent on escaping from the hustle and bustle of city life. It was in the year 1501 that Maharaja Rudra Pratap founded this place. The Orchaa Fort is filled with tall trees and is surrounded by dense jungles that make for some very good clicks. Other places that are sure to grab one’s attention are the Rama Raj Temple and the Jahangir Mahal. The latter has a number of cenotaphs and balconies that make the site extremely beautiful. The Betwa, a seasonal river flows through this place.
Orchha- basically the meaning is Hidden. In true sense its Hidden. Orchha was ruled by the Bundela dynasty. This dynasty produced some great warriors who gave a tough fight to the Mughals which are somewhere hidden. The forts, the paintings done by flower petals, edible spices are something to look for. The beautiful Jahangir Palace built by Vir Singh Deo in honour of & to continue his long term relation with the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Its built according to Timurid customs. It has such big lawns which could accommodate war elephants even. Then the Raja Mahal- one can see the Diwane-aam darbar where the king used to sit & listen to the common people. Then there is a stage where the singers & dancers used to perform. Legend has that there was a famous poetess & singer name Rai Praveen who was called the nightangle. There is a palace made for her called Rai Praveen palace where paintings were depicted according to her various moods. Then there is Ram Raja Temple. Its the only temple where lord Ram is worshipped as Raja. The temple opens at 6am & closes by 12.30 pm. And again opens at 5pm & closes at 10.30 pm. So one should plan accordingly. A walk along the Betwa river, which is being considered as the auspicious river by the locals is very soothing. It has rafting options also, but I didn't try because I went in the dry season, so not much rapids. Other attractions are Laxminarayan temple,Orchha Chatrries, Chaturbhuj temple. I spent 30 hours in Orchha, since it was summer, I couldn't take the nature walk, but if anyone goes in winter or in rainy season, it's a very good experience to see the plush greenery along side Betwa river. This place is also very safe for all girls trip. They also have the Sound & Light show & it costs 200INR per person. One should not miss this to know about the rich Bundela dynasty & Orchha which are hidden.
Shreyasi Debnath

98 Followers, 3 Reviews


A quaint little town bustling with Bundela Architecture surrounded by forests and the Betwa river. The place is a great cultural retreat.
Pramati Anand

2k+ Followers, 29 Reviews


Best time to visit
The best months are from October to March.
Things to do
Try and visit it at the time when the Betwa flows through it.
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Gwalior - Madhya Pradesh

If history, art and architecture spell a perfect holiday for you, Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh is definitely a must visit! The city houses numerous historic monuments, including the very popular Gwalior Fort. Gwalior Fort, an imposing structure situated on a hill has received praise from rulers throughout history. Known for its architectural brilliance and intricate design, exploring the fort can take up an entire day. If you are not fond of historical tours, you can spend your time admiring the stunning views of the fort and from the fort. Do also visit Ghaus's Tomb, which is the tomb of Muhammad Ghawth, a notable Sufi and the guru of Tansen. The site is also home to the Samadhi of Tansen and perhaps this is why the wonderful Tansen music festival is celebrated here. There are numerous hotels here and you can choose one according to your budget, though for a more local experience, it is always best to pick a homestay.
Situated in the northern part of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior is really a beautiful city. One can easily be lost into the tales of the historic palaces located here.
Tanvi Nadkarni

871 Followers, 55 Reviews


Our trip to Gwalior was mainly to see the famed Gwalior Fort. It is a wonderfully majestic place, with a view of Gwalior city from the fort ramparts. Inside, there is a lot to explore; you get to see the Man Mandir Palace, Saas Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir and the Gopachal Parvat. On the way out, you get a peek into the Scindia School grounds too! After exploring the fort, we made our way to the Scindia Palace, where a part has been converted into a museum. There is also a side building where you can go and see the royal dining room and a beautiful sitting room above it. Gorgeous structures and regal interiors!
Sanchari Banerjee

250 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
January,February,March,October,November,December
Things to do
Arts and Culture,Historical Places
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Turia Road - Madhya Pradesh

Amazing jungle through the Turia gate
Prem Baba

138 Followers, 2 Reviews


Maheshwar - Madhya Pradesh

The visit to Mandu will be followed by a visit to the textile and the holy town of Maheshwar on the sacred Narmada river. While Mandu is all about spectacular Afghan Architecture, Maheswar, along the river Narmada, is about the Holkar Clan of Marathas, traditional weaves and architecture.
Navina Jafa

235 Followers, 24 Reviews


Dhupgarh - Madhya Pradesh

Also known as Dhoopgarh, this is the highest point of the Satapura Range. This is a popular sunset point and this is the reason behind the name. The peak is in the Panchmarhi Region and is the highest peak of the state. The main reason people visit this place is because this place offers a tremendous trekking opportunity and also spectacular views of the surroundings.
This was how we tailored our journey. Who doesn’t enjoy a seductive sunset, it is a phenomenon bound to be admired by ardent lovers and nature lovers, sometimes. We travelled to Dhupgarh as it is considered the jewel of all vantage points. I enjoyed it as a remedy for my tired eyes and others for stolen kisses and clandestine affairs.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


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Satpura National Park - Madhya Pradesh

Satpura National Park is located in the Hoshangabad district and is spread across 535 sq kms
A beautiful Tiger reserve on the banks of the river Denwa. I have visited this place 6 times in the past 6 months and will continue visiting in the future. It has all the three things at one place one could ask for i.e mountains, forest and backwaters. Wildlife is abundant to explore. Sighting of the sloth bear and leopard is common along with Indian Bison, Sambar Deer and Spotted Deer. It is also a bird watching paradise as you can easily spot many migratory birds like kingfisher, skimmer, hornbill and many more. You can opt for elephant safari or walking safari besides jeep safari. Walking safari gives you an enthralling feel when you spot a wild animal which is only a few meters away from you. Last but the best is canoeing in the calm and serene backwaters of Denwa. You can easily spot a crocodile as you do canoeing in the same water which is the habitat of crocodiles. I personally have seen crocodile from only a few meters distance.
Anurodh Sachdeva

190 Followers, 5 Reviews


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B e e Fall Road - Madhya Pradesh

Bee Fall Road is about 2kms from Dhoopgarh and offeres a scenic view.
Not so far from this celebration of history, we visited the B-fall. It was a scintillating gush of narrow stream down the craggy rocks from a great height of 150ft. Though one thing one couldn’t escape was the crowd swarming in for a bath under the falls that I wanted to assume were performing their simple ablutions, anyhow the view became quite frustrating then. These journeys call out for more and as long as the natural gifts hold their stand, we shall admire and cherish them with the same amount of enthusiasm.
Harleen Kalsi

2k+ Followers, 103 Reviews


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Rajwada - Madhya Pradesh

Even though the place was burnt down thrice, Rajwada stands to testify about a city that was super rich during its times. This structure is so grand in its construction and is highlights the influence made by the Holkar Dynasty. The place is filled with gardens and flowing fountains and even an artificial waterfall that lures both local and as well as foreign tourists. This palace is around 200 years old and is a sight that one is sure to remember for a long time.
The museum housed inside this structure was very interesting. It holds all the information you would want to know about the Holkars of the Maratha Empire.
Anuradha Saha

436 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
Tourists who have been here suggesting that this place be visited from the month of January to March and then October to December.
Things to do
Stroll through the gardens and courtyard of the palace.
Open Hours
The place is closed on Mondays. For the rest of the week, it opens from 10:00 to 5:00 pm.
Budget
One has to pay an entry fee of INR 10.00 here

Delawadi - Madhya Pradesh

It is located in the Ratapani wildlife sanctuary, 70kms away from Bhopal it also has a thick canopy of trees and is in the heart of the nature. The jungle camp here offers trekking and caming facilities too.
The drive on NH12 to Delawadi Jungle Camp is extremely picturesque and I would highly recommend for you to drive down this route once in spring. Courtesy: The parallel stretches of Palash tree from Obaidullaganj (town) onwards. MUST DO! P.S. - Last two weeks of March is just about perfect to see Palash in full bloom, rightly called the Flame of the forest. The bloom lasts only strictly till last week of March from the beginning of spring. Its a stark orangish-red contrast amongst dried trees bushes and shrubs and is a pure delight for any lover of photography, roads, dryness, nature.
Aditi Kumar

211 Followers, 9 Reviews


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Bhojpur Temple - Madhya Pradesh

This is a famous temple which was built around the 13th Century by the great Parmar king, Raja Bhoj. The temple was thus named after him. An evidence of religious tolerance during that time is the fact that in spite of being a typical Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva there are idols of three Tirthankaras of the Jain sect in this temple. The Bhojpur Temple is no doubt an architectural marvel and depicts the pure Temple architecture of the 12th and 13th centuries. The intricately carved walls and the ceilings will impress any visitors and the best part of this heritage temple is that it is one of the best active temples in the state.
The scenic beauty around and the huge shiv ling inside the temple.
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


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Sair Sapata - Madhya Pradesh

The banks of Upper Lake are home to an entertainment complex called Sair Sapata. This place has a musical fountain, a toy train that one can ride on, a children’s play pen area that is huge and a suspension bridge that connects Prempura and Sewania. This suspension bridge is the star attraction here. If you wish to boat, Sair Sapata has this facility on offer as well. You will be happy to have come and spent a day filled with fun activity. There are a number of stalls tat rustle up delicious food here.
The replica of London Bridge, other than that... there's nothing much for grown ups to do there.
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
The place can be visited round the year especially during the evening hours.
Things to do
There is a lot to enjoy here, but the best part is the relaxing environment.
Open Hours
9:00 am to 7: 00 all through the week and even on Public holidays.
Budget
Adults need to pay INR 10.00 to enter while children are charged INR 10.00 per head

Cafe Chokolade - Madhya Pradesh

A visit to Maharana Pratap Nagar in the city of Bhopal is incomplete without a trip to the famous Café Chokolade. With a rating of 3.6 out of a possible 5, this café offers its customers a delightful array of chocolate infused beverages and eatables. For those who are strictly vegetarian, this place is for you to visit. An air-conditioned seating area greets one along with the aroma of baked goodies tantalizing ones nostrils. Customers praise the quick and efficient service rendered here. If you are looking for a good place to hangout, you have the best option here. For those who like to pay by cards (debit or credit), you should know that this café accepts just one mode of payment, and that is cash!
I can die for chocolates and Hazelnut chokolade made be do so.... Awesome....
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
Time to Visit: Whenever you crave a little chocolaty delight, make your way to this café.
Things to do
Try the Belgian Chocolate drink here and go wow over it. One can plan a birthday treat here.
Open Hours
The café opens its doors at 11 AM and serves customers until 11PM.
Budget
INR 450.00 is sufficient for two people to dine here.

New Market - Madhya Pradesh

New Market happens to be an important shopping center in Bhopal that lies in Madhya Pradesh. The market is close to TT Nagar and one can get some good deals on raw silk and fabrics, Chanderi silk and tussar. The Chanderi silk sarees are quite famous and one can get some very good varieties here at New Market. For everything else like cosmetics, footwear, clothing, perfumes, jewelry and accessories, bags and wallets and other such stuff, there are numerous stalls and shops here to browse through all day long.
Indian Coffee House serves the best coffee and food as well..
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
Any time when you are in Bhopal.
Things to do
Chiffon sarees are also available here. You may want to purchase a few.
Open Hours
8 am to 8 pm all through the week.
Budget
You have to decide how much you wish to spend here and need to stick to it. The Chanderi silk items are expensive.

Lazeez Hakeem Restaurant - Madhya Pradesh

Have done a bit of shopping at New Market off TT Nagar, drop into the Lazeez Hakeem Restaurant her as well. The restaurant serves up Chinese and Mughlai dishes with special items being their kebab platters and rogan josh made from lamb meat. Among the Chinese menu, their man chow soup is a crowd favorite. The place is done up well and provides a comfortable seating area for the diners. The place does get crowded quite soon and this just proves how famous the restaurant is among the locals. You need to dine here when you visit Bhopal.
Best kebabs I ever tasted
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
All round the year.
Things to do
The vegetable kothay and handi kebab should be tasted here.
Open Hours
9:00 am to 11:30 am on a daily basis.
Budget
A meal for two will cost around INR 650.00.

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya - Madhya Pradesh

Spread over 20 acres, this is a museum that is known for its display that depicts the life of tribal cultures and tribal villages in India. The museum has actual replicas of such dwellings on display. An undertaking by the Government of India and the Ministry of Culture, this unique museum tells the story of the evolution of humans through time and space. One can have a peek at the painted rock shelters from the pre-historic ages and an open air exhibition houses models of coastal and desert villages, a replica of a Himalayan village and mythical trails. One can also pay a visit to the technology park.
Beautiful museum filled with India's cultural heritage and village lifestyles.
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Pay a visit to the two indoor galleries called Bhopal Gallery and Veethi-Sankul. One can also visit the reference library, exhibition halls and the indoor and as well as the outdoor auditoriums here.
Open Hours
This place is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM. It remains closed on Mondays.
Budget
An entry fee of INR 10.00 is charged for adults while INR 5.00 is applicable for children.

Upper Lake - Madhya Pradesh

The locals call this place as Bara Talab and it happens to be the oldest manmade lake in all of India. Also referred to as Bhojtal as it was King Bhoj who had it built in the 11th century so that he could take a dip in its waters are be cured of a skin disease. Close to it is Kamala Park, the royal garden, a place that tourists flock to and one that cannot be missed out when one is on vacation in Madhya Pradesh. The place is kept clean and the air is fresh making this place a hit with the locals and as well as foreign tourists.
The huge lake, a dargah admist the lake, the boat club... sunset with the chirpy birds
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
This lake is open all through the year.
Things to do
Shah Ali’s dargah is close and one may just want to pay a visit to this place.
Open Hours
6:00 am to 7:00 pm daily
Budget
There is no entry fee charged to visit the lake but for boating one does have t pay. This depends on the type of boat, petrol or paddle and the duration of the ride. Prices vary from INR 60.00 to INR 30.00 per head.

Taj-ul-Masjid Road - Madhya Pradesh

The efforts to build this monumental marvel began during the rule of Sultan Shah Jehan Begam, who reigned over Bhopal from 1868 to 1901. The work was completed by the year 1971 after havng been taken over by Allama Mohammad Imran Khan Nadwi Azhari of Bhopal. The name, when translated goes on to mean, ‘The Crown of Mosques’ and true to this, it is indeed a spectacle to behold. The place is excessively ornate with its pink façade and a duo of 18 storied minarets that adorn it. Atop these minarets are domes that overlook the main hallway which is filled with pillars and floors made of marble.
Magnificent Mosque gives an outlook to the olden Nawab days of Bhopal
nidhantrika

176 Followers, 10 Reviews


Best time to visit
Time to Visit: There is no hard and fast rule with regard to the time of the year that one can visit the masjid. Just visit the place whenever one feels the need to be connected with the divine and make some offerings and say prayers.
Things to do
The mosque is also used as a Madrasa and thus one can pay the students a visit (with prior permission) during their course of the study of the Holy Quran. Say a prayer at the Quibla Wall if you must.
Open Hours
The masjid is open all the days of the week from 6 AM to 8 PM
Budget
Being a place of worship, there is no entry fee charged for those who wish to pay a visit to this masjid.

Bandhavgarh Fort - Madhya Pradesh

Atop the Bandhavgarh hill lie the famous Bandhavgarh fort that is a site of great architectural significance. The place is about a thousand years old and the walls tell many a story about Kings and Queens of the bygone era. Only a certain amount of vehicles are allowed to make a trip to the fort on a daily basis. Thus one would have to contact their hotel as they usually do arrange tours to this place. The drive to the fort is filled with beautiful sights and sculptures like the Shesh Shaiya which happens to be a statute that is 35 feet tall. It depicts the Lord reclining on the sheesh nag and was supposedly built either in the 10th or 11th century BCE. The place was declared a National Park in the year 1968.
This place is a gem. It makes you wonder it does, that how old must it be for a fort to now be slap bang in the middle of a jungle. I mention Kipling in the beginning, and again this place reminds me of how animals in a forest burn down a village to let the forest ‘reclaim it’. This feels eerily similar especially when you see the Vultures and Kites circling the parapet, and their just discernible eyries on the walls that are next to the cliffs, an odd creeper spilling out of a window. But as creepy as this imagery may be, the fort which is still in possession of the Kingdom of Rewa is well maintained, and you need permission to go upto it, easily gotten.
Karandeep Mehra

481 Followers, 40 Reviews


Best time to visit
Summers do get warm here so October to March is the best time.
Things to do
Enjoy the view from atop the hill.
Open Hours
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Budget
Hotels do plan tours to this place so you would do best by contacting them.

Tropic of Cancer - Madhya Pradesh

One of the 5 most important latitudinal measurements of the earth, the Tropic of Cancer is an imaginary line which is 23and a Half degree north. It is the line below the North Pole and above the Equator. The other line on the southern side is the Tropic of Capricorn which lies below the Equator and above the South Pole. Once a year the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn each has the sun just above its head due to the tilt of Earth. In case of the Tropic of Cancer, this mostly happens during November when the hemisphere is tilted on the sun. The term 'cancer' is used here as the earth tilts in such a way that it enters the astrological symbol of cancer. Though the position of this line changes with a negligible measure every year, in India the Tropic of Cancer passes along Madhya Pradesh and also parts of other places.
We also spotted the tropic of cancer somewhere midway which left as quite excited. Although we expected to see much more fanfare around rather than just a single board; but it was quite exciting to spot it nevertheless. It was worth a quick photograph :) On our way back, we also spotted an orange orchard with trees laden with oranges and we couldn’t resist ourselves from the urge to grab a few of those yummy looking fruits. One can expect many such treats on the way.
Pooja Chaudhary

457 Followers, 54 Reviews


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Things to do
Geographical aspect
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Udaigiri Caves - Madhya Pradesh

The reign of the Mauryan hero Chandragupta during 375 to 415 CE saw the construction of the famous Udaygiri Caves. These rock-cut structures are an architectural marvel with the grand entrance done in some very intricate designs, the tall and massive pillars, its artificial façade and the remains here. There are a number of caves that comprise the Udaygiri out of which cave 5 is the most famous as it contains the depiction of Lord Vishnu in his Varaha avatar.Caves 1 to 9 is also popular with the tourists.
Udayagiri caves are a tourist site under the protection of ASI. The caves were excavated during Chadragupt II regime. There are some 14 caves in total and one can spend good amount of time discovering sculptures, architecture and inscriptions found in each of these. Depending upon ones interest in history, one can spend a good one hour or even more. Not frequented by many tourists, the place is generally quiet and offers a good getaway from the hustle bustle. For all those historians who love to discover ancient architecture in solitude, the caves are a must visit.
Pooja Chaudhary

457 Followers, 54 Reviews


Best time to visit
October through March is the best time as the weather is favorable.
Things to do
Don’t miss out cave 5 here.
Open Hours
All through the week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm except on Mondays when it is closed.
Budget
One would have to get in touch with the temple authorities to know if any entry charges are levied.

Bandhavgarh National Park - Madhya Pradesh

Located in central India in Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park is famous for its high density of tigers. Named after a famous hill believed to have been gifted by Lord Rama to his brother Lakshan, local historical lores provide it a unique identity. In fact it is a well published fact that Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa captured the first white tiger in this region in 1951, a rare occurence of an albino cat species. You can still see this on display in the Rewa palace which is now converted to a museum
Rhucha Kulkarni

403 Followers, 9 Reviews


Tree House Hideaway Resort - Madhya Pradesh

A beautiful Treehouse resort located in the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, sits in the lap of nature and is spread across 21 acres of tiger infested land.
Now this one is luxury on a tree! The Tree House Hideaway at Bandhavgarh is an intimate property featuring five exclusive tree houses, spread through the dense jungle bordering Bandhavgarh National Park! The tree houses are earthy and equipped with great facilities like modern attached bathrooms, hot water, air conditioning, power back up, and mosquito netting! The quaint, cozy balconies look out to the national park, which is great for animal spotting! I mean, how many places can you count where you can live in a beautiful tree house and can just look out of your window to see some wildlife?
Karishma

442 Followers, 51 Reviews


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Tala - Madhya Pradesh

It offers camping facilities at the Bandhavgarh National Park, it's perfect proximity to the nature and modern ammenities makes this a must visit.
Tala is a small village right on the lip of the sanctuary. People often breeze past it, it being nothing more than a collection of mud huts, with inhabitants who seemed to me rather amused by the flood of people who went cheerily and loudly into the forest. But Tala is beautiful, it has a one or two small tea shops run by locals and its pleasant to sit there all the while looking at the mud huts that were the inspiration for the large and ostentatious resorts that tried to mimic the charm. There were no places to stay here right in the village, the resorts which all have been named based on some permutation or combination of tiger or trail lie ahead, which on reflection seemed good, it would be horrible to see this place suddenly eroded by more people than it was meant to handle.
Karandeep Mehra

481 Followers, 40 Reviews


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Panna National Park - Madhya Pradesh

The presence of deep gorges, cascading waterfall and dense forests filled with teak trees is what the Panna National Park is all about. Home to many wild cats and antelopes, this place is famous for its tigers. If the drudgery of the city life has gotten to you, a day spent at this park will surely relax your senses. Have a guide take you on a tour and catch glimpses of some rare animal and bird species like the King Vulture and honey Buzzard here. The authorities also organize regular safaris of the park. However, one must come in their own jeep as the park doesn’t rent out any.
I love safaris and this one was fabulous. Though the tiger eluded us once again, we did see many more beautiful creatures, and the sight of the Karnavati River running through the park is a magnificent sight.
Sanchari Banerjee

250 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
Beat the heat and visit this park between October to March.
Things to do
Capture a video of your safari.
Open Hours
All through the week from 6:30 am to 10:30 am and then from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
Budget
Indians would have to pay INR 1250.00 while foreigners need to pay INR 2250.00

Chaturbhuj Temple - Madhya Pradesh

This breathtakingly beautiful temple is off the Bamitha Road near the Airport. The backdrop of the Lavanya Hills and the amazing view of the sunset makes this one of the most beautiful temples here. More like the eastern temples, this temple is dedicated to the combined gods Hari- Hara. The architecture and design of this temple is unique with a shallow porch and pointed roof. The extraordinary carvings and architecture of this temple makes it stand out absolutely. Also, this is a lone temple standing on a raised platform and is a symbol of peace and serenity. There is a small lawn or ground area which might have been a garden at some point of time.This place is utilized by tourists as a place to relax and spend lazy afternoons.
Dedicated to Vishnu, this temple is devoid of any erotic carvings. This in itself makes it one of its type amongst all the other temples. This temple houses a nine feet long four-handed Vishnu.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
5:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Budget
Free

Brahma Temple - Madhya Pradesh

A temple situated on the banks of the beautiful Khajur River, there are still no evidences as to when this temple was built. The temple is at present almost in ruins but whatever little is left of it looks awesome till date. The hude idols and temple designs are an evidence of very early styles of temple art and designing. There is no mandap here and there are no evidences if there were any earlier on. Apart from the idol of Lord Brahma there are also a number of idols of Lord Shiva. This contradiction in the name and number majority of idols often leaves tpurists and even historians in a great confusion. The confusion is that whether this temple was actually a Brahma Temple or was it a Shiva Temple with an idol of Lord Brahma established inside it.
This temple is shut now and no visitors can visit inside. On either sides of the entry you can see streams of Ganga and Yamuna.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


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Things to do
history tours
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Varaha Temple - Madhya Pradesh

This masterpiece temple is a part of the Khajuraho Temple Complex and dates back to the 10th Century. This was one of the most popular temples even during that time and the main reason being the exquisite hand- work on the temple walls. The temple was dedicated to the third incarnation of Lord Vishnu which is in the form of a boar. The polished sandstone idol and the walls of this temple look awesome even after so many centuries. The temple is situated on a raised platform and rhis platform is surrounded by 674 other smaller Hindu idols. Apart from the main huge idol Lord Varaha there are other idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses here.
Build on lofty plinth, the Varaha shrine rests on fourteen plain pillars which houses a Yajna Varaha (incarnation of Vishnu) idol. All over the idol multiple figures of gods and goddesses are carved. The ceiling has lotus flower with exquisite detailing. It faces the Lakshama temple. It’s said that this temple was built by Yashovarman. The serpent Sheshnag is their at the pedestal.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians and Rs 250 for foreigners

Lakshmana Temple - Madhya Pradesh

The Lakshmana Temple is one of the three biggest temples of the whole temple complex of Khajuraho and belongs to the western group of temples. This temple stands like a mountain among all other over here and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple is mainly known for its grandeur and the variety of carvings on it. If you take a clockwise round around the temple, the carvings will seem to be opening like a scroll of awesome stories. The temple dates back to the reign of the Chandela King Varahavarmana and it faces the Varaha and the Devi Temples. The scenes from court life, romance between men and women, motifs of plants and animals and carvings of erotic rituals are common when you see the temple walls closely. There is a flight of stairs which you will have tp climb up to reach the main mandap of the temple.
A grand temple built on a high platform, four shrines at the four corners. The main temple is at the centre and at the entrance near the steps you see sculpture of a man Man fighting a Lion- a symbol of the Chandela dynasty. A dancing Ganesha with musicians at his feet is placed on the South East side of the temple. Sculpture of Apsaras, maiden, women washing her hair and more adorn the temple wall. With fantastic detailing the sculptures are made with every detail. The sanctum includes a statue Durga killing Mahishasur. The main idol is that of Vishnu, and the idol has three leads and four hands. Another fascination of the Lakshmana temple is the roof of the temple which is also known as ardha mandapa. The roof lotus motifs with four concentric groups while the support beams.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians and Rs 250 for foreigners

Kandariya Mahadev Temple Khajuraho - Madhya Pradesh

The largest and the grandest of all temples in this complex, this temple was dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. The design and architecture is similar to that of the Lakshmana Temple but there is also a lot of difference. This is adjacent to the Devi Jagadambi temple which is much smaller than this. As you stand in front of this temple you are bound to think about the people with such expert hands in art and carving. It is said that no other man had the guts or talent to build something so grand and thus, the Kandariya Mahadev Temple became the largest of all time here. The form of Shiva worshipped here was the Lord Virbhadra and the temple theme is the destruction of evil forces. The main carvings on the temple walls are of snakes, serpents and serpent kings and queens. Like most of the other temples in this temple complex, you will also find smaller idols of other Hindu gods and goddesses here.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva this temple enshrines the ‘linga’. This 31m high temple is the largest and most typical in the series of temples with exquisite carvings that have some intricate craftsmanship. Each stone that is carved sees the finesse of these craftsmen and their eye for detail. Sculptures depicting divine deities, celestial maidens, eternal lovers, gods and goddesses adorn the walls of the temples.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians and Rs 250 for foreigners

Khajuraho Temples - Madhya Pradesh

This is a temple complex just on the banks of the Khajur River. All the temples except the Brahma and the Chausath Yogini temples are built in sandstone or sandstone buff in pink and pale yellow colour. The other temples are built of stone and granite. These are the pride of the Chandella rulers and are an ultimate example of beauty and grandeur. The temples are dedicated to a variety of Hindu gods and goddesess and various forms and the carvings on the walls are mostly based on the theme of love, lust, court life and kings and queens. The temple complex is divided into two parts- the Eastern and the Western temple complex. The major temples here are the Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Lakshmana Temple, Varaha Temple, Brahma Temple, Chausath Yogini Temple and many more. This temple complex is the prime attraction of Khajuraho and also one of the main reasons people come and visit Maddhya Pradesh.
I always wanted to visit Khajuraho & see the temples which are called the Land of Kamasutra. All of a sudden me & my friend planned a visit in the month of May. There are many good hotel options near the Western Ghats temples & it's completely safe for all girls trip. This is my first hand experience. We took the train at night from Delhi & reached the next morning in Khajuraho. 1 whole day is sufficient to see all the Western Ghats, Eastern Ghats & Southern Ghats temples. The Western Ghats temples are the most important & built by the Chandela dynasty & basically into Hindu gods & godesses. They were the descendants of the Moon (Chand), so got the name Chandelas. When I saw the temples, I was spellbound. The sculptors, the intricate designs, the temple jewellery designs are so prominent. The slabs are attached to each other with the screwing & interlocking system & not by any glue or nails & those temples were built between 959 to 1050 CE. But I found only 20%-30% of the temple engraving sculptors which are related to Kamasutra, but mostly are the detailing of Man-Woman relationship, the way of everyday life they used to live in those days & also they have some inner depth. Like a young female with a voluptuous figure is looking at the mirror & smiling, & another female who is bit old & with shagging structures is sad. This implies how the external beauty is an illusion. The only beauty is the inner beauty which will never fade. Also, another sculptor is showing that a female is taking out thorn from her feet. This shows life is full of struggles & we have to ignore them & proceed in life. The Eastern Ghats temples have a mixture of Hinduism & Jainism & the sculptors & engravings are slightly bigger than the Western Ghats. The Southern Ghats have very few temples & is related to Lord Vishnu. Another day is required to see the Pandav waterfalls which is 35 km from Khajuraho & Raneh waterfalls which is 12 km from the town. Since I visited Khajuraho in summer, I gave them a miss as the falls were mostly dry. But one should try them if you visit in monsoon. One should not miss the Light & Sound show in the evening which tells the entire history of the temples. Per person cost is 200 INR.
Shreyasi Debnath

98 Followers, 3 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians, Rs 250 for foreigners, free for children below 15 years

Chitragupta Temple - Madhya Pradesh

Placed between the Vishwanath and Kandariya Temples of the Khajuraho Temple Complex, this is the only temple which is dedicated to the Surya God or the Sun God. This temple is a little away from the Jagadambi Temple but resembles it in many ways. The temple is square based in form and has camouflaged designs to make it look bigger and layered. The octagonal ceiling still has the remains of exquisite carvings and designs and the pillars are equally beautiful. Inside the temple you will see the idol of the Sun God in a standing position on a chariot which is being driven by 7 horses. The 11- headed idol of Lord Vishnu is also very popular attraction here. This temple is not as popular as the rest but is definitely worth a lot more recognition.
Dedicated to the Sun God (Surya Dev) this temple faces east, the side of rising sun. A five feet high image the deity is their in the inner sanctum on a driving a horse-drawn chariot. This temple is where most of the dance performances take place for the Khajuraho Dance Festival.
Ayandrali Dutta

527 Followers, 43 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Budget
Rs 10 for Indians, Rs 250 for foreigners, free for children below 15 years

Raneh Fall - Madhya Pradesh

It is a natural water fall on the Ken River, located in Chhatarpur district in Madhya Pradesh
falls
Sanjay Raturi

385 Followers, 5 Reviews


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Satpura - Madhya Pradesh

Madhai is untouched and unexplored by most as of yet and that's the beauty of it. Go to Madhai to experience the rawness of the jungle, completely disconnected from the rest of the world. Not only this, but the four hour long jungle safari in Satpura Tiger Reserve is something you wouldn't want to miss. You're lucky if you spot a tiger or a leopard. Stay at Reni Pani Jungle Lodge and avail top notch accommodation and food facilities despite staying right in the middle of the forest.
Jasleen Kaur

7 Followers, 21 Reviews


Orchha Home-stay - Madhya Pradesh

Orchha Home-stay, a social undertaking enterprise that makes profit and resources for families underneath poverty line while giving a rich social experience to both guests and hosts. Cooperation with a gathering of ladies from a poor neighborhood of Orchha was the sparkle that prompted the making of Orchha Home-Stay. The Orchha Home-stay allows you to dig profound into India. In case that you wish to make tracks in an opposite direction from the beaten track of business tourism and really encounter life in a normal Indian family, Orchha Home-stay can offer you some assistance with doing so. They need tourism to add to nearby advancement and enhance expectations for everyday comforts of poor people. The operations of the association are financed by the individuals from its global branch and by a couple of other advancement help organizations. Your stay will contribute towards these points. If you love to contribute a bit from your pocket you must pay visit to this place.
A quaint and quiet place to spend some time among rural citizens of India.
reachmonica

368 Followers, 14 Reviews


Best time to visit
N/A
Things to do
Social Experience, Helping Poor
Open Hours
Operating 24-hour
Budget
Rs 1,050 - 1,181

Jahangir Mahal - Madhya Pradesh

Jahangir Mahal in Orchha, situated at a separation of around 18 km from Jhansi is a standout amongst the most respected and susceptible royal residences. Arranged in the fortification complex of the Tikamgarh region of Orchha, this seventeenth century landmark was constructed by the King Vir Singh Deo out of appreciation for the Mughal sovereign, Jahangir. The Jahangir Mahal, overlooking the great Betwa River is a three storied structure, fabricated in the Indo-Islamic building style, with more than 100 rooms, and a few patios, hanging Balconies, yards and domes. There are two stone elephants with hanging chimes on the sides of the passageway, which in prior times used to check the passageway of the King. The best time to visit Jahangir Mahal in Orchha is in the middle of October and March, when the temperatures are cool and lovely. The Jahangir Mahal is open for guests between 7:30 am and 6:00 pm.
Jahangir stayed here on a visit to Orchha and it was built to commemorate his coronation.
Nancy Nance

906 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
Between October and March
Things to do
Exploring, Photography
Open Hours
7:30 am and 6:00 pm.
Budget
5 per person for Indians 30 per person for Foriegners

Orchha - Madhya Pradesh

A hidden gem which does not find its place in most of the tourist maps, this is a historic location. Most of the tourists visit this place for a day trip when they are exloring Jhansi. There is not much to see here except a few beautiful forts and palaces. It was once the capital of Bundelkhand and the three main palace cpmplexes are the Jahangir Mahal, Orchha Fort Complex and the Praveen Mahal. The Sunder Mahal is now a place of Muslim worship.
Majestically and naturally beautiful. Orchha is famous for its riverside chhatris (cenotaphs), and for the Raja Ram Temple here. The place is very peaceful and very pretty. Quite a few places to see within the small little town.
Sanchari Banerjee

250 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
October- March
Things to do
sight- seeing
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Shivpuri - Madhya Pradesh

Shivpuri is the quiet, serene erstwhile summer capital of the Scindia royal family. It is most well-known for its Chhatris (cenotaphs of Scindia royals).
Sanchari Banerjee

250 Followers, 6 Reviews


Phool Bagh - Madhya Pradesh

It is the centre of Gwalior city and is famour for its political activities, it is also popularly know as the "Pragati Maidan of Gwalior".
One of the exquisite expressions of the passionate Bundela rulers and is quite the souvenir of their aesthetic qualities.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


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Mitawali - Madhya Pradesh

It is located in the Morena District, it has a circular construction and is about 170 ft in radius. In the centre of the temple in the circular temple of Lord Shiva and Lord Anuranjan.
There is a well known place named "Chambal Triangle" near Gwalior. This place is famous for its heritage. If you love heritage, then just go for it...
Mayank Pandeyz (with floating shoes)

899 Followers, 70 Reviews


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Kakanmath Shiv Temple - Madhya Pradesh

It is located in the Morena District and is dedicated to Lord Shiva and was built by king KirtiRaj in the Khajuraho style, it stands 115ft. tall.
a place well known for its heritage temple of Lord Shivji. This place is situated in Morena District.
Mayank Pandeyz (with floating shoes)

899 Followers, 70 Reviews


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