Top 10 Places To Visit In Madhya Pradesh

Broadly alluded to as the 'Heart of India', Madhya Pradesh is the second biggest state in India. It is thought to possess the eldest land in the Indian subcontinent known as Gondwana. The rich history of the state is apparent from the staggering design of the former period. To have a knowledge of the history and wonder about the abilities of the artisans of the past, you have to venture to every part of the length and broadness of Madhya Pradesh. Given beneath are the main 10 spots to visit in Madhya Pradesh. 

1. Bhopal 


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Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, is known as the 'City of Lakes' and which is all well and good. It has an astonishing number of regular lakes and manufactured lakes. The city is a mix of history, hypnotizing magnificence, and modernized arranging. Here are the main goals in Bhopal you have to visit.


Upper Lake

Bring down Lake

Van Vihar National Park


National Museum of Mankind

State Museum of Madhya Pradesh

Birla Museum

Gohar Mahal

Minto Hall

Taj-ul Masjid

Bhadbhada Dam

2. Indore


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Arranged on the banks of Rivers Khan and Sarawati, Indore, the biggest city in Madhya Pradesh, is popular for its tremendous engineering. The land is overhaul with the cutting edge world yet a visit to Indore will make you feel that you are in an alternate part of the world and an antiquated one as well. Given underneath are a portion of the top attractions in Indore.

Focal Museum

Lal Baag Palace

Patalpani Waterfall

Pipliyapala Regional Park

Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary

Tina Fall

Indore White Church

Krishnapura Chhatris

Town Hall

Nehru Park

3. Gwalior 

Gwalior Fort

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A mix of courage and design is normal in the antiquated history. In any case, in Gwalior, you will find that the mix is one of a kind. The eminent engineering stands confirmation of the skill of the land in war and expressions. Here are the main attractions of Gwalior.

Gwalior Fort

Sun Temple

Jai Vilas Palace Museum

Gopachal Parvat

Gujari Mahal Archeological Museum

Teli Ka Mandir

Jivaji Rao Scindia Museum

Madhav National Park

Tigra Dam

4. Khajuraho

Khajuraho Temple

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One can't resist the opportunity to consider Khajuraho models the minute the name of the place listens. The stunning carvings are evidence of the undying design of the land. A flawless case of Indo-Aryan engineering, the figures stand the trial of time. Here are the main goals in Khajuraho.

Khajuraho Temples

Ajaigarh Fort

Panna National Park

Archeological Museum

Dhubela Museum

Kalinjar Fort

Beni Sagar Dam

5. Ujjain 


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Ujjain is viewed as one among the seven imperative Hindi traveler focuses on achieving mukthi. Situated on Shipra River banks, the city draws in pioneers in incredible numbers. This antiquated city was at one time the focal point of learning. Given beneath are a portion of the main goals here.

Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple

Kal Bhairav Temple

Chintaman Ganesh Temple

Jantar Mantar

Kalideh Palace

Vikram Kirti Mandir Museum

6. Mandu 


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Mandu, as Mandavgarh is called, is arranged at a height of 2000 feet. The engineering magnificence in the land battle with the picturesque scene to draw your consideration. Whichever way you go, you stand profited. Be that as it may, you might not have any desire to pass up a major opportunity for any of the star attractions here.

Hindola Mahal

Dispatch Palace

Rewa Kund

Bagh Caves

Rupayan Museum

Chhappan Mahal Museum

Hoshang Shah's Tomb

Rupmati Pavilion

Reverberate Point

7. Jabalpur 


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On the off chance that you adore nature, you should be in Jabalpur on your visit to Madhya Pradesh. Considered the most supported goals in the land, Jabalpur has the bounty to offer. Its rich normal magnificence and notable landmarks will make your stay advantageous. Here are the main goals in Jabalpur.

Dhuandhar Waterfalls


Madan Mahal Fort

Adjusting Rocks

Bargi Dam

Narmada Valley

Dumna Nature Reserve

Rani Durgavati Museum

8. Sanchi 


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Sanchi is a World Heritage Site. The old history of the land is apparent in the sanctuaries, stupas and cloisters found here. The place is viewed as a noteworthy traveler focus by devotees of Buddhism. A portion of the landmarks here goes back to third century BC. Given beneath are the main attractions of Sanchi.


Udaygiri Caves

Ashoka Pillar

Eastern Gateway

Buddhist Vihara

The Great Bowl

Gupta Temple

Sanchi Museum

9. Omkareshwar 


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Omkareshwar, the island that is viewed as holy by adherents of Hinduism, is a fine case of characteristic magnificence and compositional incredibleness. Two elevated slopes and a valley which partition the island take after the state of 'Om', the holy image of Hinduism. Here are the main goals in Omkareshwar.

Omkareshwar Temple

Shri Omkareshwar Jyotiling

Mamleshwar Temple

10. Orchha 

Orchha Palace

Orchha Palace

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Orchha can never be thought little of as a visitor goal as it is named as the rearward in the rundown. The capital of Bundela Rajput lords, Orchha, has a portion of the wonderful developments. You are in for an astound in the event that you had proposed clubbing your visit to Orchha with some other visitor goal close-by. Here are the top attractions of Orchha.

Orchha Fort

Chatteris Cenotaphs

Jehangir Mahal

Raja Mahal

Chaturbhuj Temple

Dinman Hardaul's Palace

Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary

A visit to Madhya Pradesh makes you feel that you had gone to the past. The impact of the past is still clear and you really want to wonder about the land that is a mix you hope to have for a visit. The spots I have said are the ones that I could cover on my visit to Madhya Pradesh. I am certain another visit is because of knowing the state better. In the in the interim, recommendations are welcome.

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