Kanha National Park
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.
Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka
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.
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.
About Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh has its very rich culture, history but it is still under rated in tourism department, it has its own charisma and charm when it comes to sight seeing. I am going to tell u about the 7 places which are most iconic and stand apart, you may or may not agree with me but you will definitely fall for exploring M.P.BhedaGhat (Jabalpur)
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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.