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298 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
Though it's a small city making its way towards commercialisation, Nagpur is a delight to discover. It also offers all i...
This short trip was memorable in many ways. I fulfilled my wish to do a summit trek, before I touched the sea in the same week. Going to Mumbai after a long gap was something really amazing. For me, its always - 'The mountains are calling', but this time the seas called as well, and am glad I answered..
My likeness for nature, wildlife and photography, and a curiosity to meet Shere Khan in his natural habitat, took me to the Mougli land, Pench national park.I took a train from Hyderabad till Nagpur, and then a taxi to Pench. I was planning to take the jungle safari from the Turia gate in Madhya Pradesh, so I stayed in one of the resorts close to the gate. There are two safaris per day from Turia, one in the morning from 6A.M. to 10A.M., and another in the evening from 3P.M to 6P.M. You can make online reservations for these from https://forest.mponline.gov.in (I will recommend making prior reservations, especially around the weekend). I stayed there for 2 days and did a total of 4 safaris, two in the morning and two in the evening, and I spotted a tiger in one of the morning safaris. Tiger sightings are more probable in the morning, and more the number of safaris you do, better the chances of sighting the big cats, so plan accordingly.Apart from the Bengal Tiger, the jungle is also home to many other species of animals and birds. Here is what I saw:Birds: Indian Roller, Peacock, Junglefowl, Pipit, Collared Scops Owl, Vulture, Crested Hawk Eagle, Kingfisher, Rufous Treepie, Racket Tailed Drongo, White-bellied Drongo, Parakeet, Grey Hornbill, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Woodpecker, Green Bee-eater, Stork, Red Wattled Lapwing, Brahminy Duck
By about 5 pm we had even entered the municipal limits of Nagpur and were at Vishnuji ki Rasoi, the drop off point. I collected my GIANT which had already arrived and decided to cycle back home and therefore made an arrangement with Sachin to pick up my luggage from his home in the evening.The sudden transition of environs – good roads laced with ample greenery and not much traffic to dug up and potholed roads with vehicular traffic in a persistent hurry, was tough to handle immediately. It was a huge adventure in itself having until now been in a different frame of mind. The laid back passive cycling engaged in on the Tour was now replaced with an adrenaline surging and “brake-full” ride to avoid potholes and rash motorcyclists.Like my friend and fellow biker Rohit said the evening before, indeed Satpura evoked just these words “Ye jungle kitna sundar hai”. And the Tour around this jungle had been a revelation in itself. Not a moment in the Tour did I find dull enough to warrant a complaint. The planning was meticulous, the route awe-inspiring and the support fantabulous. The bar of standards had been set very high by Cycle Safari considering that this was their first major tour. It would also be a sacrilege to miss out on mentioning the huge role the volunteers played in making the Tour de Satpura a success. Hats off to them!The memories Tour de Satpura has left behind are indelible and I intend to revel in them as long as I can. Thank you once again Cycle Safari!
#TripotoCyclesToGoaThe day of the Tour had dawned and I was up by 4 am. It had been a very bad night with poor sleep and I was a nervous wreck. I had lost all confidence in self and somehow had started doubting my cycling capabilities. I almost had a panic attack (if that is the correct word) and was on the verge of calling up Sachin to withdraw from the Tour. Tea and some contemplation calmed me and with a hesitant change of mind, I was back to getting ready for the Tour albeit a bit slower.Cycling gear on, I finally hailed an Uber to Ravi Bhawan - our gathering point for the start of the Tour. All along in the cab I had this weird feeling of dread and trepidation about my own self. Would I be able to cycle along the big shots and those on their road bikes since I was but a hybrid biker? Funnily enough, I don’t know why these self doubts had suddenly appeared. I had done a good number of brevets in the past and had never had such self-depreciating feelings ever, not even on my first Brevet!The cabbie, considerably chatty considering the time of the morning eased me a bit. He dropped me at Ravi Bhawan and as I made my way inside the premises, I realised that I hadn’t taken out my bag from the luggage compartment. A stream of expletives to self and I was back on the road running after the cab shouting for him to stop! Since he hadn’t gone much far, I was lucky and was soon making my way back to Ravi Bhawan with luggage in tow. Somehow the day was refusing to start on a sober note!
Post the bike handing over and the briefing, the plan for the night was to sleep early. However my packing was yet to be done and I ended up spending a sizable amount of the later part of the evening wrapping up my luggage. And from somewhere out of the sub-conscious a thought crept up - Had I taken the right decision by signing up for the tour? Would I, on my hybrid be able to stand up the distance and the average speeds the other riders on the road bikes would be notching up? Would my decision to sign up in the heat of the moment be justified or would I end up being swept up by the sweep vehicle every day?Sleep was therefore the casualty and it was a bad night to start with!This post has been originally published by me on my blog EnvironmentFootprints. But nevertheless I would be sharing my experience of the entire Tour here as well. Keep watching this space to know how the Tour De Satpura unfolded for me.
Soon enough the evening of 18th August dawned. It was time for the briefing and handing over of bikes prior to the tour. The briefing sailed through pretty fast and so did the handing over of bikes. I was pretty impressed with the make shift stands (designed from PVC pipes) the organizers had contrived for safely transporting the bikes in the trucks.
My home-town, place what I call 'Home'
183 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
A rapidly developing city in Madhya Pradesh, Indore is the perfect example of a small town packed with the right kind of...
After halted two nights we decided to return back to our home. we will never forget this trip as we learn lot of things and gained some mature advises. MANDAV is great place for 2 days or 3 days budget trip as we only spent 2000 rs per person in our whole trip.I really recommand all to visit once there to feel something different which will never felt anywhere else.thank you so much guys. holasee u guys soon with new adventures. bbyeBANJARA.
I decided to go for a trip so i contacted with my friends and at last we were 4 now. 2 for bhopal and 2 from indore. we packed our bags and started our journey at 8 am. As indore in 200 km from bhopal it took 4 and a half hour to reach there. we were at indore now at 12:30 pm. It was great state highway between bhopal and indore at lead as so fast.So now we halted for some time and approx 2 pm. we again started our journey from indore.
Enjoy Holi celebrations in Indore.Holi is not a one–day affair in Indore. After 5 days from Holi, the event of Rangapanchami is organised but it is not the usual Holi colours that paint the atmosphere around, rather it is the colour of music that fills the air. Even the local municipal corporation splashes colour mixed water on the roads of Indore. It is believed that the Maratha Holkars, who conquered the state, brought with them the Marathi tradition of Rangpanchami- where the colors are played on the fifth day.
Finally, at 06:25 PM, I was standing in my Paying Guest House's parking.I got just one word for the route - Serene. I didn't take any pictures in between apart from the images I posted. I was in a bit hurry, as well as I didn't want to ruin the experience. After travelling through the route, I promised myself (just like I did 3 months back that I will go to Jabalpur by road all by myself) that I will revisit this whole route, I will visit each and every natural, historical spot, and then I will capture the serene beauty in some mere images. I want to travel on the same route with people who always inspire me and are my co-riders and family - Mr Akash Vyas (I owe you for the spares and saddle bag), Mr Manish Phillips (he actually called me before the trip and gave me some last minute tips) and Mr Shivendra Shrivastava (man who taught me riding, but I turned out to be a bad student).
AFTER also visiting ahmedabad in very short term we arrived at INDORE next evening and than to BHOPAL.So that was our JOURNEY, it took seven days to complete a travel. Almost 3300 km had travelled by us.One thing i noticed that people from GUJARAT are very collaborative and helpful ,they guided us in every step where we need that. GUJARAT is really a great place and yet need to be explored .I on behalf of me (RAJAT JAISWAL ) and my 2 friends named ( ALOK GADEM & UPENDRA GAUTAM ) are very thankful for the people of GUJARAT. specially a Cab driver and Aunt met at BHUJ . I really admire for your precious help. AGAINTHANK YOU VERY MUCHyou can also question me for related to this gujarat tour. i will admire to guide u.email – firstname.lastname@example.org
A delightful town which has an all nighter - Sarafa Market to eat some awesome delicacies
Participants will get to see the city of Indore and the heritage of the fascinating Holkar Maratha rulers of the city juxtaposed with contemporary landscape of an emerging modern industrial town which will include the Heritage of trading cultures a visit to the Jain Glass temple.
181 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,March,September,October,November,December
Located on the banks of the river Shipra, Ujjain is a city famous for its many temples and religious centres. The Ram Ma...
Situated on the banks of River Kshipra the holy town of Lord Shiva, having very famous Mahakaleshwar temple it is one of the city which hosts famous Hindu Fair Kumbh once in every 12 years, in addition to all it also have many others temple th religious & holy vibes can be experienced as you enter the city,. In history books it was the also the capital of emperor Vikrmaditya.
In India, the Tropic of Cancer passes through the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and West Bengal. Ancient Indian astrologers declared long ago that the line dividing the northern part above the equator passes through the ancient city of Ujjain. The point of Tropic of Cancer is marked by the Madhya Pradesh government and can be easily found.
What when you grab a chance to witness of a holy fair which comes once in every 12 years. Where around 5 billion pilgrims who dives in holy Kshipra along with Hundreds of Akhara Samiti , Naga Sadhu (saint),Monk,Vestal,Mahamandeshar dive in Holy Kshipra at Shinghast Maha-kumbh. The several kilometers long Ghat(pier) a place to set foot, all knew it even though folks were coming in huge amount. What's the matter of factwhich attracts them, such a massive crowd of faith came together even though no invitation sent to anyone, after all, what the hell is in Maha Kumbh and why it held once in every 12 years. Why it is still number 1 Pilgrimage for Hindu. Too many question which were unanswered till i visited this year Ujjain. (MP) Bumb BHOLE...!!!????Year 2016, April 22 to May 21, when it falls during Jupiter stay in Leo(Simha in Hindu astrology), then the Simhastha Maha Kumbh held at Ujjain in Madhya pradesh (India). The city Also known as Mahakaal ki Nagri or A city of temples. As per Hindu ethology or vedic scripture , every Hindu must dive onces in their life in Kumbh for get rid of all of their sins and purged . The Kumbh is held in four cities,once in every 12 years in each city . There it comes in Haridwar and Nasik with difference around 3 years and fair in Nasik and Ujjain celebrated same year or one year apart.The exact date is determined according to a combination of Zodiac positions of the Jupiter, the Sun and the Moon. The Four cities are Allahabaad (paryag) in where three rivers confluence Ganga ,Yamuna and Sarasvati (available as invisible), Nasik in Godawari, Haridwar in Ganga and Ujaain in Kshipra. (Courtesy :-by A Monk in Ujjain ) Hi everyone, it's Honey Rajpurohit. Sharing an another trip, a Holy trip infect. I'm also waiting for that day when i'll sharing a trip about wood, holy-wood. Joke a part, As i brief you above that artical for today dedicates The Shinghast Maha Kumbh 2016 which held at Ujjain in Holy Kshipra river. It was often, 'chaye pe charcha' in our abode about Kumbh fair. Nowdays i was frequently on trips and tours. One more added in my trip dairy, 'Mahakaal ki Nagri.' Many of masses unware of hindi version for 'Diary', its called 'Dainiki', Rail as'loh path aamini gaamini' and gym as 'Shareer Shadhnalye.' The Typical Hindi words. Ohh Gosh..!! "Ab kahe itna hindi ke pichey pade hain, chodiye naa. "i started my 'Yatra' (journey) along with two person who bought me to this beautiful world. My lovely Mom and as usually, soft hearted and red eyed, my Papa. We boarded the train for Ujjain from ludhiana . After few minutes of boarding, i remembered chetan's 'three mistake...' And i stuck,realised that it was my first mistake to prefer train over four wheel drive . Malwa express only a direct train which arrived in Ujjain. The Train was galloped and stoped on every fixed stoppage,mean while masses(passenger is word who travel with their desire tickets but here they Inroad in ac cabin while having journal tickets)were trying to get on the coaches like cattles in every coming station . And the most of passengers were pilgrims. It was long joureny, about 23 hours. We hardly slept due to co-passenger who kept coach busy by weep-bitterly,Scream-squeal,and here i experienced live for the word 'lol'(loughing out loud).. (Sick). The credit went for crying and screaming to all devil kid. Who the hell, wrote," kids are innocent".We reached right time at Ujjain. It was 11:30 am. We grappled to get off the coach. I didn't want to share this part of the joureny, nonetheless i shared for those who plan in future via train, hope they think twice,before. Moreover it happened when you traveled a city where you never ever before.
After breakfast we leave to see Ujjain. Ujjain, known in ancient India as Avantika, is considered the Prime Meridian by Hindu Astrologers and was placed as the center of the world in numerous ancient world maps. Called the small Varanasi, this untapped city encompasses fascinating tangible heritage sites that communicate the history of education and metaphors of the Indian civilization. Return to Indore.
144 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
We've all heard and seen this beautiful hill station in umpteen Bollywood flicks! Enveloped by the Satpura hills, Panchm...
Pandav caves first seemed like a normal Park, then came the end of the park and where a huge Cave was situated. We have to cross around hundred or more stairs to reach the top. ( I reached there 🙋 )After some point , I saw i was alone who was in a great need to go to the top and no one was with me. After reaching the top, I thought it was worth.
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.
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.
278 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,March,September,October,November
True to Rajasthan's colourful culture and charming people, Kota is a lovely place for a rejuvenating holiday. The people...
We, ‘a group of 5 friends’ were struggling with our families to get an approval for this trip to Himachal Pradesh which we called as ‘Brotrip-2016’. After much difficulties and rejections we all somehow managed and made it through the approval phase and were out on a journey to explore the beauty of nature.
Darrah Wildlife SanctuarySituated in Kota, Darrah wildlife sanctuary is a hidden gem of Rajasthan that has been functioning as a wildlife reserve since 1955.Main Attractions: Antelopes and wolves are seen in particularly large numbers and if you are lucky enough, you can also spot a few leopards and sloth bears that inhabit the sanctuary. There are many hunting lodges in the Darrah WildLife Sanctuary. By virtue of being the base of the former maharajas many lodges were built here for them to stay in. These are worth seeing and one can also get a very good sight of the animals ambling about in their natural surroundings.
284 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,March,August,September,October,November,December
If you like history, culture and nature, then you will love Jabalpur. Located in Madhya Pradesh, the city has a lot to o...
Being born and brought up in Kolkata, for me summer is all about losing every single battle fought against monumental level of humidity. Summer is all about producing few gallons of sweat in just a minute. This is a time of year, I stay the least productive. My body refuses to hit the gym, my mind denies to go out in sun and witness beautiful interplays of natural world. I lock up most of my summer leisure time in air conditioned room, reading some good books or watching online travel videos. The seasonal appearance of mango, lychee and cola ice cream in market is the only positive thing that connects me to this season. But this stereotypical, unreasonably boring image of summer switched its gear once I visited Jabalpur this May. The purpose was a short family visit and not a holiday. So I may disappoint you if you are particularly looking for a detail travel itinarary of Madhya Pradesh. Instead, I would share my experience, how this short trip changed my deep rooted perception about ruthless tropical summer.
I was in Jabalpur for a Marriage ceremony. The function was over in a day and I had few more hours left to explore the city. After wandering in city for a while I planned a trip to 'Bhedaghat', I have heard about this place a lot since my childhood. And so the trip was on !
A friend's wedding took me here and hence I planned a solo trip in MP. A state which I had neglected, contemplating about safety and of course not so friendly people. This trip taught me a lesson, how such prejudices make you miss some of the beautiful places in the country. I traveled to Jabalpur from Pune a day before,attended the wedding and reached back to Jabalpur so the stay at night or travel to Khajuraho at night.A disclaimer for those who don't know, the MP state transport has given licenses to private players to ply buses. More about the bus journey in some time.My Plan A was to travel to Khajuraho by bus at night and save time. I reached Jabalpur bus stand, and bus to Khajuraho stood there. Looking at the bus I decided not to do an overnight journey. The journey from my friends place to Jabalpur was not at all comfortable, I was not in a mood to do an overnight journey like that.Plan B - Reached Jabalpur railway station booked a retiring room. I decided to travel by early morning train to Satna and get a bus to Khajuraho from there. The online blogs mentioned a bus every half an hour and travel time would be 3-4 hrs, appeared simple and safer.Travel Itinerary :Jabalpur onlyExpenses :Stay in retiring room - 300Dinner at railway station - 55
I am living in Indore (M.P.) and enjoy short highway and off-road rides every now and then. So, basically, this trip was part of my "home-run". I was thriving to do a solo bike trip and was waiting for an occasion. To full-fill this wish I decided to visit my hometown, Jabalpur (M.P.) for Diwali. This article describes my journey back from Jabalpur to Indore.So, basically, if you want to go to Indore from Jabalpur, you need to reach Bhopal by any possible route. From Bhopal to Indore, its a straight (and best) route. The distance between Jabalpur and Bhopal is approximately 320 Kms and varies based on the route you choose. From Bhopal, Indore is only 190 Kms. Initially, I planned to do Jabalpur-Bhopal in one day, take a night halt in Bhopal and leave for Indore the next morning.I decided to start early in the morning. When I was coming to Jabalpur from Bhopal, the rout I chose really tested my butt and patience. So, I consulted a few guys about the best route for going back. So, it looks like this - Jabalpur - Damoh- Sagar - Bhopal - Dewas - Indore.I left from Jabalpur at 07:00 AM sharp. As this was my first solo ride and although I was carrying a few spares (my friends suggested this and even gave me the spares from their RM-Goa 2015 trip), I wanted to reach Bhopal before sunset. Yes, I am a slow rider because I believe in "Prevention is better than Cure" philosophy.
277 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
Famously known for freedom fighter Rani Lakshmi Bai, Jhansi is an integral part of India's historical past. Considered t...
In the morning after breakfast, we come back to Jhansi and Visit Rani Laxmi Bai Fort.From my childhood, I always listen"बुंदेले हरबोलों के मुँह हमने सुनी कहानी थी,खूब लड़ी मर्दानी वह तो झाँसी वाली रानी थी"and admire Rani Laxmi Bai for her bravery... and today is the day when I am going to see her fort and the place where she fought like a real warrior or you can say like a lioness
Jhansi, the Biggest city in Bundelkhand which is quite developed as compared to other cities in Bundelkhand with a good market, an education hub, transport everything which a city need.We reach here early morning we were confused that we go to Orccha or stay here and roam and see the local site first...Finally, we decided to go to Orchha because we have returning ticket from Jhansi.The distance between Jhansi to Orchha is around 20KM but Jhansi is in UP and Orchha is in MP. You can Book Tempo or Cab for a full day or you can find Tempo which takes around 50rs and leave you in Orchha. If you are 3 4 people and want to come back in evening then I suggest booking for the whole day because in eve It's difficult to find convenience from Orchha to Jhansi.
बुंदेले हरबोलों के मुँह हमने सुनी कहानी थी,खूब लड़ी मर्दानी वह तो झाँसी वाली रानी थीI think most of us would have heard this famous refrain from Subhadra Kumari Chauhan's poem 'Jhansi ki Rani'. But only when you visit here do you realize that the city is a living testament to the valour of its illustrious queen.
Start your journey in Jhansi, a city renowned for being one of the first cities to wage war against the British for the independence of our country. Visit the historic Jhansi Fort, Rani Mahal, Mahalaxmi Temple and the Government Museum.
Who doesn’t want to visit the land of the courageous lady Rani Laxmibai, one who died defending her land from the great British powers. From the station one can book a car for the entire sightseeing including Orcha and Jhansi along with spare time for lunch all for just 800/- Remember to bargain much and learn the time slot they are allowing you, they have a tendency to make you hurry up unnecessarily.Take time in hand before visiting this place since after 4 pm the museums close and you will miss visiting this place as it happened with me.
Jhansi, my hometown, place where the Revolutionary war took place to fight against freedom. So it would be biased if I don’t write about it. Let’s just take you to the 4-century old fort with a long history.Jhansi Ka Quila(Fort Jhansi) holds a remarkable place in the pages of history. The historic city which was ruled by Marathas and later the Princely State of Jhansi from 1804 till 1853, when the territory became a part of British India
Nagpur (Maharastra) to Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) - 9 hours - from here you can find two routes - one NH 44 ( forest route and total 605 km) and other is through Chhindwara, Narsingpur and Sagar around 595 km. I used second route. Overall road is good well maintained double road without traffic. But be careful check your vehicle condition well. On this near Chhindwara you will find Simariya Kalan - 101 feet Statue of Hanuman. Take care of overall road, good road means chances of accidents more. I saw two major accidents while i am on the way. Take a halt at Jhansi (as per my idea per a day 600km drive more enough). Especially all these roads prefer day journey.
180 Kms from Bhopal
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Home to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh is located about 60 minutes from Indore. Visi...
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