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"List of tourist destination of madhya pradesh"

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Tribal Museum BhopalLocated In : Bhopal

At the epic, ‘Janjaatiya Sanghralaya’ or Tribal Museum located in Bhopal, the world of indigenous tribes is depicted with much authentic skill and finesse.

An amalgamation of anthropological provenance and sociological relevance of different cultures, customs and rituals of indigenous peoples such as the Gonds, Bharias, Korku,...

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Birla MandirLocated In : Bhopal

Constructed on the top of Arera Hills, the Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Bhopal radiates a pious aura. Also known as Birla Mandir, the temple is dedicated to the famous Goddess of wealth - Lakshmi.

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Van Vihar National ParkLocated In : Bhopal

Adjacent to Upper Lake, Van Vihar National Park is an important sight-seeing spot of Bhopal. Developed and maintained by the zoological department, the park is spread roughly across 4.43 sq km of area. It came into existence in the year 1983. This national park is a strictly protected...

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Bhimbetka CavesLocated In : Bhopal

Bhimbetka Caves are among the most fabled destinations in the country. The caves happened to be the dwellings of pre-historic man during the Paleolithic era. The paintings in the caves exhibit the development of the human race with time. This site bears immense historic significance owing to the...

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Lower Lake Located In : Bhopal

The Lower Lake of Bhopal locally known as "Chhota Talab" is located in the tranquil surroundings of the magnificent hills. The lake is separated from the Upper Lake by an over-bridge. The lake gives an aesthetic feel for which it has always topped the list of sightseeing places...

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Taj-ul-MasjidLocated In : Bhopal

Constructed in the 19th century, this Islamic mosque is situated in Bhopal. The Taj-ul-Masjid stands tall with pink bricks and elegant architecture making it one of the most significant sight-seeing spots in the city.

The construction of this mosque was done under the instructions of Begum Shah...

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Bharat BhavanLocated In : Bhopal

Bharat Bhavan is a multi-art autonomous museum situated in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The place is considered to be a center for visual arts and institute for performing. On witnessing the place, one will find that the landscaping has been superbly done and provides a true visual impression of...

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Mahakaleshwar TempleLocated In : UJJAIN

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is one of the most famous Hindu temples that is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In fact it is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Shiva. Located in Ujjain, the temple is situated on the side of...

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Chintaman Ganesh TempleLocated In : UJJAIN

Situated on the bank of River Shipra on the Fatehabad railway line, Chintaman Ganesh Temple is one of the most visited places in Ujjain.The Ganesh idol enshrined here is supposed to be Swayambhu (born of itself). It is an ancient temple that has been done artistically. Worshippers throng...

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Shree Kalbhairav TempleLocated In : UJJAIN

The Kalbhairava Temple is believed to be associated with the cult of Tantra of Hinduism. Therefore, many sadhus with ash-smudged bodies and long matted hair can be spotted around this temple on regular basis. In this temple, a Shivalinga is enshrined under a banyan tree inside the fringe...

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Lal Baag PalaceLocated In : INDORE

Lal Baag Palace is undoubtedly the most beautiful palace in Indore. The construction commenced in the year 1886 and it was completed in 1921. The architecture of the palace is influenced by European style and is a blend of styles belonging to different periods. The gates of this...

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Patal Pani WaterfallsLocated In : INDORE

Patal Pani Waterfalls is a famous tourist destination, which is situated 36 kms away from Indore. Water falls from a height of around 200 to 300 feet. With dense forests all around, not to forget mentioning the valley, the views from above are breathtaking. It is a great...

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Rajwada PalaceLocated In : INDORE

Built over two centuries ago, Rajwada Palace is a fine specimen of architectural grandeur of the bygone era. Built by the Holkars of Maratha Empire, it is a fusion of Mughal, French and Maratha styles of architecture. The seven storied palace has two parts, the first one at...

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Ralamandal Wildlife SanctuaryLocated In : INDORE

Covering an area of 5 sq.km, Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary attracts tourists with its rich varieties of flora and fauna. The sanctuary was established in 1989. Situated in a perfectly picturesque setting with hilly region and breathtaking valleys, the sanctuary is heaven to nature lovers. If you are up...

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Tincha FallsLocated In : INDORE

Tincha Falls is 25 km away from Indore. The sight of the water falling from a height of 300 feet is breathtaking. The pond nearby adds beauty to the waterfalls, which resembles streams of milk gushing down with full force. You can swim here if you are here...

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Khajrana Ganesh TempleLocated In : INDORE

Extremely popular for housing the largest Ganpati statue in the world, the Khajrana Ganesh temple is  a popular landmark in Indore. It was built way back in 1735 by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar, the temple is home to an 8-metre long Ganesha idol. The statue...

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Holkar FortLocated In : MAHESHWAR

As the name precisely suggests, this was the opulent palace of Rani Ahilyabai Holkar which the reason why it is also known as the Queen's fort. This fort was also the administrative headquarter of Rani Ahilyabai during her reign and currently it has been converted into...

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Ahilyeshwar TempleLocated In : MAHESHWAR

This is another temple that is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Ahilyeshwar Temple is also testament to the splendid architectural skills of the Maratha workmen.

The temple comprises of intricate designs and artwork in honour of the deity. Apart from being the shrine...

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MandleshwarLocated In : MAHESHWAR

5 km away from Maheshwar is the town of Mandleshwar which is also situated on the banks of river Narmada. This city was founded by a woman named Mandana Mishra.

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Kashi Vishwanath TempleLocated In : MAHESHWAR

Kashi Viswanath Temple is dedicated to the Jyotirlinga form of Lord Shiva and is among the renowned temples of Maheshwar. This temple was built by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar of the Holkar Dynasty.

As per mythology, devotees will be relieved from their pains and sorrows on the holy...

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Kedareshwar TempleLocated In : OMKARESHWAR

Kedareshwar Temple was built in the 11th century. Dedicated to Lord Kedar, another manifestation of Lord Shiva the Kedareshwar temple is famous for its architecture. Located on the confluence of rivers Narmada and Kaveri, it’s a distance of 4kms from Omakreshwar temple. This temple is often referred to as a...

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Sri Govinda Bhagavatpaada CaveLocated In : OMKARESHWAR

The cave of Govinda Bhagavatpaada is associated with Sankaracharya. According to legends, it is the place where Sankaracharya had met the sage Govind Bhagwatpad and took his diksha and spiritual education under the sage. The cave encompasses a main hall and a sanctum with a Shiva Linga.

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Ranmukteshwar TempleLocated In : OMKARESHWAR

The temple of Ranmukteshwar is located at the confluence of the Narmada and Kaveri rivers. Devotees come here to offer gram pulses, usually channa dal, to the deity, with the belief that it would wash away the unpaid debts of their beloved ones.

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Siddhanath TempleLocated In : OMKARESHWAR

The Siddhanath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is made in Brahminic architecture style. The temple is situated on a plateau and is supported by a huge podium, which is decorated with carvings and frescos. All the carvings and frescos on the podium, portray elephants in different postures. The...

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Jahaz MahalLocated In : MANDU

Jahaz Mahal, also known as the Ship Palace was built in the 15th century by Ghiyas-ud-din, son of Emperor Mohammed Shah. The two storey palace lies between two artificial lakes, the Munj Talab and the Kapur Talab. This mahal was used by Ghiyas-ud-din as his harem. The palace...

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Hindola MahalLocated In : MANDU

Hindola Mahal, also known as the Swing Palace, is situated in Mandu. It has been named as Hindola Mahal due to the sloping side walls. Local inhabitants believe that the palace was constructed during the reign of Hoshang Shah in 1425. It is a T-shaped structure with crossbars...

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Rupmati PavilionLocated In : MANDU

Rupmati Pavilion, originally built as an army observation post, is a huge sandstone structure situated south of the Baz Bahadur Palace. Rani Rupmati, the queen of Baz Bahadur, used to live at this site. From here, she could see the palace and the Narmada River. It is also...

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Bagh CavesLocated In : MANDU

The Bagh Caves have around nine Buddhist caves that date back to the period between 400 AD and 700 AD. All these caves are known for ancient paintings that are similar to the paintings of the Ajanta Caves. The Bagh Caves are rock-cut caves, used by Buddhist monks...

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Hoshang's TombLocated In : MANDU

Hoshang's Tomb is considered to be the first Indian marble monument, constructed in 1440. The tomb is square shaped and is situated near the Jami Masjid, in the Mandu City. It has a dome with towers, courts and marble latticework. The tomb of Hoshang Shah served as a...

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Dhar FortLocated In : DHAR

Dhar Fort: Located atop of a small hill, it is an attractive fortress made of sandstone. It is said that this fortress was built by Muhammad bin Tughluq, the famous sultan of Delhi. One of its gateways which dates back to almost 1684-85 was added during reign of...

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Jheera Bagh PalaceLocated In : DHAR

Jheera Bagh Palace: It is the most famous tourist attraction in Dhar. It was built by pawars in 1860s. This palace is situated outside the town, off the road to Mallu. Jheera Bagh Palace was renovated by Maharaja Anand Rao Pawar IV in 1940s. At present, it runs...

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Lath MasjidLocated In : DHAR

Lath Masjid: Also known as 'Pillar Mosque' it is located south of the town. It was built by Dilawar Khan in 1405 and name of this masjid has been derived from its one pillar made of iron which is supposed to have been set up during 11th century....

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Bawangaja Jain TempleLocated In : BARWANI

The major charm to visit in the Barwani district is the Bawangaja. This is the place of Jain religion but due to the beauty of this place this is the tourist destination for all the religion peoples. It is an important Jain pilgrimage Centre in India. It is...

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Bijasan Mata MandirLocated In : BARWANI

It is the religious place to visit in the Barwani district. This is the famous temple of Maa Bijasan an incarnation of goddess durga. It is situated on the Agra-Mumbai national highway, about 20 Kms from Sendhawa towards Maharashtra. Locals peoples have great believe on Maa Bijasan. These...

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Vaishno Devi MandirLocated In : BARWANI

The other religious place to visit in the Barwani district is the famous temples of the Maa Vaishno. The deity here is very powerful, due to which a huge crowd in the temples every day. This temple is a very famous in the region for all the religion...

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Gidya KhohLocated In : DEWAS

Dewas city of Madhya Pradesh is a place filled with natural beauty & rich history enchanting the visitors coming to this place. Gidya Khoh is a unique amalgamation of man-made wonders & nature and is situated on the Indore-Nemawar road. Khudel Devta is a respected deity of the...

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Wildlife at Kheoni SanctuaryLocated In : DEWAS

Established in the year 1955 the kheoni wild life sanctuary is situated in Dewas District of Madhya Pradesh. Covered with rich and dry deciduous forest, cosisting mainly of teak & bamboo trees the sanctuary with different species of animals like chital, sambar, blue bull, antelope, wild boar and...

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Chamunda TekriLocated In : DEWAS

Dewas city lies at the foot of a conical hill popularly known as the Chamunda Tekri or hill of Goddess Chamunda. Rising above 300 feet above the ground level, the town of Dewas derives its name from the hill meaning Devi-vashini or Goddess Residence. A serene place it...

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Siddheshwar Mahadev TempLocated In : DEWAS

Situated on the banks of Narmada River is the siddheshwar Mahadev Temple which was built during the time of the parmaras of Malwa. The temple comprises of a shrine, Sabha-Mandapa and Porch. Decorated with a cluster of miniature shikaras, and a Paramedical roof over the mandapa.

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Dargah-E-HakimiLocated In : BURHANPUR

Dargah-e-Hakimi, is one of the holiest places for the Dawoodi Bohra Muslims in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is located about 3 km from Gadhi Chowk in Burhanpur.

It is very well maintained and it is constructed in pure white marble making...

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Asigarh FortLocated In : BURHANPUR

Asirgarh fort is also known as Asa Ahir Garh because it is built by Emperor Asa Ahir. Earlier the name was Asa Ahir Garh, later it got transformed and became Ashirgarh. Its height is 259.1 meter high from the base and from sea level it is 701 meter...

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Jama MasjidLocated In : BURHANPUR

A monument and a worshipping place combined makes this place one of the most sought after attractions in the heart of Burhanpur - the Jama Masjid. It is located at the very center of town in Gandhi Chowk.

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Shahi QilaLocated In : BURHANPUR

The Badshahi Qila is located to the east of the Tapti River. Sadly, like the other monuments of Burhanpur this one wasn't given much attention and all that has been left of the place are its remnants.

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Hanuwantiya IslandLocated In : HANUWANTIYA

Hanuwantiya island is situated in the back waters of indra sagar dam on river Narmada, an unexplored and potential adventure tourism hub and spread over an expanse of over 61,600 sq km. The Indra Sagar Lake has over 100 islands featuring wildlife. All islands are accessible with a...

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Siddha Ganesh TempleLocated In : SEHORE

This is very old temple in a sehore. Siddha Ganesha Mandir is established in the village Gopalpur in the N-West direction, 3 Km from the district Headquarters. As per legend, it dates back to Vikramaditya of Ujjain and renovated by Bajirao I the Maratha Peshwa. Each Wednesday, large...

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Hanuman PhatakLocated In : SEHORE

An emphatic temple of Lord Hanuman on a Garhi on the bank of river Seewan in a far Hanuman Phatak flung corner of the city, provides aesthetics ambience as well as a prominent seat of devotion. Navratri festival in Ashwin and Chaitra are very popular for its religious...

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ChurchLocated In : SEHORE

The Sehore Church which was built by a British Political agent who belonged to Scotland in 1838. The building is an Exact replica of a Church in Scotland and even the surrounding greenery, Comprising mainly tall Bamboo trees, was designed to match the original. To traverese the Sehore...

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Shri Laxmi Narayan Bada MandirLocated In : HARDA

The major place to visit in the Harda district is Shri Laxmi Narayan Bada Mandir. A large no. of tourist are come here to visit this temples. Inside the temple there are beautifully decorated idols of Lord Laxmi-Narayan and Lord Shiva. The temple also houses a Shivlinga within...

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Shri Siddhi Vinayak MandirLocated In : HARDA

Shri Siddhi Vinayak temple is another religious attraction in Harda city. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Devotees flock to the temple from near and far-off places for the god s blessings. Ganesh chaturti is the festival to be present at the temple.

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Balajipuram TempleLocated In : BETUL

This Shri Rukhmani Balaji Temple is unarguably the most famous tourist attractions of Betul district. And why shouldn't it be? It is after all one of the most beautiful temples in entire Central India region. Its architectural grandeur and surrounding lush greenery is so overwhelming that it will...

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MuktagiriLocated In : BETUL

This Sacred jain destination is located on the borders of Betul district and Amravati district of Maharashtra. This sacred jain destination is however not just merely sacred but is also scenically beautiful. With its location being in the lap of lush green satpuda mountain range. Visiting this place...

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Kukru KhamlaLocated In : BETUL

Kukru Khamla is one of the hidden gems of Betul district. It's actually a small hillock area surrounded by lush green satpuda mountain ranges. From the atop of the hill you get a panoramic view of satpuda mountain ranges, images of which are surely going to mesmerize your...

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Big FallLocated In : PACHMARHI

A pretty waterfall, Rajat Prapat or Big Fall is Pachmarhi’s tallest waterfall. This 106 m high waterfall is amongst the best sightseeing places in Pachmarhi. Cascading straight into the gorge in the form of a narrow yet breathtaking silver streak, the waterfall looks quite a sight to behold.

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Bee FallLocated In : PACHMARHI

Amongst the most popular waterfall in Pachmarhi, Bee Fall is a 35 m cascade that looks utterly pretty. The waterfall is also known as Jamuna Falls and is reckoned to be one of the best tourist attractions in Pachmarhi. Apart from offering picturesque view to the tourists and...

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Pandav CavesLocated In : PACHMARHI

Pandav Caves are five rock-cut temples inside the town of Pachmarhi. The history of these caves dates back to 1st Century AD. and it is said the caves were inhabited by the Buddhist monks. However, the locals believe that the caves existed even when the exiled Pandavas took...

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Bada MahadevLocated In : PACHMARHI

Some 10 kms away from Pachmarhi, Bada Mahadev as the name suggests is the cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. In fact it is a 60 m long cave that is believed to be the place where Lord Vishnu took form of celestial nymph, Mohini to kill the...

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Gupt MahadevLocated In : PACHMARHI

A short distance away from Baba Mahadev Temple is Gupt Mahadev shrine. This one is also a cave temple and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. However, the cave here is narrower and is 40 m long. One has to enter sideways to the cave and too one person...

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ChauragarhLocated In : PACHMARHI

Chauragarh Temple is situated on top of hill situated at an altitude of 1330 m. This popular shrine in Pachmarhi is only accessible by trekking 3.6 kms up the hill. The last 1 kilometer can be a difficult hike if you are not much into climbing as there...

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DhupgarhLocated In : PACHMARHI

Probably the most important tourist attraction, Dhoopgarh is a mountain peak with a height of 1350 m. Dhoopgarh is not only the highest peak of Satpura Range but is the tallest in the entire state of Madhya Pradesh. The place is ideal to get a panoramic view of...

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Handi Khoh (Deep Valley)Located In : PACHMARHI

It is a point en route Chauragarh that offers incredible view of a 100m gorgeous gorge with 300 m towering cliffs.. One can also see Chauragarh in distance along with Priyadarshini or Forsyth Point from here. According to the locals there was once a lake here which dried...

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PatalkotLocated In : CHHINDWARA

Known amongst the travelling-loving individuals for its scenic beauty and geographical setting Patalkoat attract tourist because of its unique beauty, tribal culture of the locales and the immense and rare herbal wealth. The beautiful land scape at a depth of 1200-1500 feet in a valley can charm you...

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Tribal MuseumLocated In : CHHINDWARA

It is a repository of antique and exclusive collection of items related to the tribal living in the district. Items related to the clothes, houses, ornaments, agriculture tools, dance, music, arms, celebrations, art the deities worshipped by them, herbal collection, religious activities, and so on. Since 1975, this...

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Lilahi WaterfallLocated In : CHHINDWARA

You will be amazed by the beauty of Lilahi Waterfall which is located in the downstream of the river 'Kanhan'. The beautiful waterfall is pleasing enough to offer soothing feel to the visitors' strenous nerves. Visit the place in between july to January to catch the natural beauty...

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Chidikho LakeLocated In : RAJGARH

In the centre of this sanctuary "Chidikho Lake" is situated which is one of the attraction among the tourist. This sanctuary is built by the rulers of the state and in the ancient time this sanctuary is used for hunting purpose by the rulers. Migratory birds from different...

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Shyamji Sanka TempleLocated In : RAJGARH

A Sanka is a small village situated near the river parvati and is about 5Km from Kotra, once its tehsil headquarter of Rajgarh State. Each year in the month of magh a mela is held here and is known as shyamji-ka-mela. The famous temple of shyamji was built...

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Maladevi TempleLocated In : VIDISHA

Maladevi Temple, located in the Gyaraspur tehsil of Vidisha district, is a sacred Hindu site. Situated on the slope of a hill, the temple overlooks the valley. Comprising of an entrance-porch and a hall, the sacred shrine is situated on a huge platform, cut out of the hillside....

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Hindola ToranaLocated In : VIDISHA

Hindola Torana in Gyaraspur tehsil is one of the ornamental entrance arches. This arch leads to a temple either of Vishnu or of Trimurti. With its two upright pillars and cross-beam, this arch is rightly named Hindola, which means a swing. All the faces of the pillars are...

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Sola-Kambi TempleLocated In : VIDISHA

Sola-Kambi Temple, located in the Badoh town of Kurwai Tehsil, is a Hindu temple that belongs to the age of Guptas. Situated on the Northern side of a local lake, this temple is flat roofed, open and sixteen pillared building  sprawling over an area of 7.62 sq. m.....

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Udayeshwara TempleLocated In : VIDISHA

Udayeshwara Temple, located in Udaipur village of the Basoda Tehsil, is one of the most prominent Hindu shrines in the region. The inscriptions found in this temple suggest that the Udaipur Town was founded by the Parmara King Udayaditya during the 11th century A.D.  Other inscriptions found at...

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The Four GatewaysLocated In : RAISEN

The four gateways or torans at Sanchi, a small village near Raisen, are covered with intricate carvings which portray scenes from the life of Buddha and a few Jataka tales. The Ashoka Pillar among the many pillars here, is constructed in the Greco-Buddhist style. It is from this...

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Raisen FortLocated In : RAISEN

Raisen Fort attracts thousands of visitors and is an example of national integrity and religious tolerance, with its temples, masjids and mazars located on the same campus and visited by many, irrespective of faith. This place has good water management and conservation systems with the large water reservoir...

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Hazrat Peer Fatehullah Shah BabaLocated In : RAISEN

The shrine of Hazrat Peer Fatehullah Shah Baba, is one of the most popular shrines of the Raisen region. Many devotees come here to seek the blessings of the well known Muslim saint,  Hazrat Peer Fatehullah Shah Baba. There is a belief that the wishes of the devotees...

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Sanchi StupaLocated In : SANCHI

Built in the 3rd century, the world renowned Sanchi Stupa is a remnant of Sanchi's glorious past. Also a World Heritage Site, this stupa speaks volumes of Sanchi's rich cultural and architectural grandeur and the rich legacy of buddhist aesthetics.

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Ashok PillarLocated In : SANCHI

This pillar was put up in the 3rd century and its structure is influenced by the Greco Buddhist style. A remnant of Sanchi's ancient history, this pillar still stands strong and appears newly built despite being centuries old. It also resembles the Sarnath pillar a lot.

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The Eastern GatewayLocated In : SANCHI

The four Gateways in Sanchi were constructed in 35 BC and they beautifully depict the different facets of Lord Buddha's life. The Eastern gateway shows the various stages of his journey, starting from his birth as a royal to his path of enlightenment.

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Satpura National ParkLocated In : MADHAI

Satpura National Park is nurtured in the Satpura Range of Hoshangabad district in Madhya Pradesh. With inclusion of Pachmarhi & Bori Sanctuaries, Satpura Tiger Reserve it covers 1427 km2. It came into light by British Officer Captain J. Forsyth when he was in action against Indian freedom fighter...

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Cactus GardenLocated In : RATLAM

The Cactus Garden is one of the most popular sightseeing attractions of Ratlam, situated in the premises of the Sailana Palace of the town. It is situated 21 km away from the district of Ratlam, on the Ratlam-Banswara Highway. This garden is 50 years old, while the Sailana...

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Bilpakeshwara TempleLocated In : RATLAM

The Bilpakeshwara Temple is situated 18 km south-west of the city of Ratlam. This temple is approachable through a deviation road that lies 3 km away from Mhow-Neemach Highway. It is dedicated to Lord Siva and has been built in the Pachayatana style. Its construction belongs to the...

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Kedareshwar TempleLocated In : RATLAM

The Kedareshwar Temple is another Shiva temple situated in the Sailana Village of Ratlam District. This temple is located at a distance of 4 km from the Sailana Palace and is situated in a man-made cave. This man-made cave has been carved out of a cliff of igneous...

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Dholawad DamLocated In : RATLAM

The Dholawad dam is one of the major tourist attractions of Ratlam located in Raoti, at a distance of 25 km towards the west of Ratlam. Also known as, Saroj Sarowar bandh, the Dholawad dam is 6 km by road from Raoti town.
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Kandariya Mahadev TempleLocated In : KHAJURAHO

Built around 1025-1050 AD, this temple exudes grandeur and finesse in its architecture. With beautiful frescos of women in various postures adorning the walls of this temple, this place is one of the most stunning tourists sites in Khajuraho.

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Lakshman TempleLocated In : KHAJURAHO

The oldest and most aesthetically pleasing temples among the Western group of Temples, the Lakshman temple is named after the ruler of that time. The trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva is depicted in the horizontal beam over the entrance of the temple.

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Devi Jagdamba TempleLocated In : KHAJURAHO

Initially built as a Vishnu temple, the Devi Jagdamba temple has beautifully carved erotic figures. The Garba Griha houses a stunning sculpture of the Goddess of the Universe. The temple also houses a beautiful image of Goddess Parvati, with the image of Mithuna.

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Dulhadev TempleLocated In : KHAJURAHO

Built in the year 1130 the Dulhadev Temple enshrines a beautiful shivalingam and striking sculptures of Apsaras and other ornamented figures. The temple also has a stunning sculpture of Lord Shiva with his wife Parvati, the intricate details of the carvings adding to the charm of the overall...

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Lord Pashupatinathi TempleLocated In : MANDSAUR

The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is the most known and highly visited temple of Mandsaur. Popular for its eight-faced shivlinga, the temple is situated on the bank of shivana river. Weighing 4600 kg it is about 7.25 ft. high in curvature and 11.25 ft in straight. The...

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Taxaeshwar TempleLocated In : MANDSAUR

Taxakeshwar or Takhaji is a religious and historical place in Mandsaur district. It is situated at a distance of 22 Km from Bhanpura town on Hinglajgarh road. The temple is dedicated to serpent king Taxak, who is worshiped here as Taxakeshwar. Local people call him Takhaji. It is...

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Gandhi Sagar DamLocated In : MANDSAUR

Gandhi sagar dam is the only dam of this region and is constructed on the famous chambal river. The power station of the dam is 65 meter long and 56 feet wide. The foundation stone for the construction of dam was laid by the prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal...

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Hinglaj Garh FortLocated In : MANDSAUR

Hinglajgarh Fort is situated in Mandsaur district at a distance of 18 Kms from Bhanpura on way to Gandhi Sagar. The fort is covered in an apsidal deep trench, situated on a hillock the fort can be approached from nothern side only. There is Mandeshwari Nallah to west...

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Gandhi Sagar SanctuaryLocated In : NEEMUCH

Located in the northern border of the districts of Neemuch and Mandsaur of Madhya Pradesh, is the Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary. This wildlife sanctuary is spread over a total area of 368.62 sq km and later on, after the year 1983, some more area was added to the existing...

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Nava Toran Temple Located In : NEEMUCH

The Navan Toran Temple is an ancient temple belonging to the 11th century A.D., which is located in the village of Khor. This ancient temple is designed in the form of ten arches, that are arranged to form two rows crossing each other, length and width wise. These...

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Morwan DamLocated In : NEEMUCH

24 km from the region of Neemuch, is the Morwan Dam that is constructed over the Gambhiri river and is mainly used for irrigation of the area’s farmlands. Boating facilities are also available near the dam, along with a large garden. Regular bus services are available on the...

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Karedi Mata TempleLocated In : SHAJAPUR

This mandir is also known as Kankavati Mata. Karedi Mata Temple is the main worship place of Malwa. This mandir was established by the king karna of Mahabharata time. On the shoulder of the mata, there is jalkund, which is totally full of water everytime. Number of devotees...

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Mata Bagulamukhi TempleLocated In : SHAJAPUR

Temple of Mata Bagulamukhi is very famous in Nalkheda. It is very ancient. This temple is  famous for tantrik sadhna after Ujjain. Hanuman Mandir is on the east of kasba. Panchmukhi Hanuman mandir is in the centre. Outside of the kasba Ganesh mandir is present. Mata Bagulamukhi is...

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Parshavanath TempleLocated In : SHAJAPUR

This is one of the famous mandir in india. This mandirs area is equal to the half the area of maksi mandirs of the panth Digambar - shwetambar as well as vaishnavi Devi are in maksi. In main mandir there is murti of parshvanath. There are two panths...

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Bhojeshwar TempleLocated In : BHOJPUR

Bhojeshwar Temple is renowned as the Somnath of the East. The richly engraved dome has a brilliant rising and is supported by four pillars. The intricately carved doorway exudes magnificence with the two finely sculpted figures that stand on either side. The lingam rises to a soaring 7.5...

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Tawa DamLocated In : HOSHANGABAD

Tawa reservoir is a reservoir on the tawa river in central India. It is located in Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh state above of Baitul district. The reservoir was formed by the construction of the Tawa Dam, which began in 1958 and was completed in 1978. The dam...

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Gwalior FortLocated In : GWALIOR

Perched high at the top of a vast rocky massif, Gwalior Fort is a place hard to miss being visible from every nook and corner of the city. Regarded as one of the most impregnable fortress of the north and central India, the place is a...

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Man Mandir PalaceLocated In : GWALIOR

Located at the North-east end of the fort, Man mandir palace was built between 1486 and 1516 by the Tomar ruler, Man Singh Tomar. The palace couldn't survive with time, however the remains of the palace still showcases the beautiful carvings and designs of that era.

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Tomb Of Ghaus MohammedLocated In : GWALIOR

The tomb of a 16th century prince-turned-sufi is now situated in the town of Hazira. This mausoleum exhibits astonishing Mughal architecture and has proven to be a famous pilgrimage for hindus and muslims alike.

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Gujari MahalLocated In : GWALIOR

Built by Man Singh in the 15th century for his favorite wife Mrignayani, Gujari Mahal is now in ruins and also an archaeological museum as it showcases various sculptures, statues and other remains dating back to 1st and 2nd century BC.

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Teli Ka MandirLocated In : GWALIOR

Located in the Gwalior Fort, this temple also dates back to the 9th century and is the highest building in Gwalior (100 ft.). This temple was used to process oil before the Britishers occupied the Gwalior Fort.

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Jai Vilas PalaceLocated In : GWALIOR

The Jai Vilas Palace, also known as Jai Vilas Mahal, was built in the 19th century, in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. It was originally built as a palace which is now turned into a museum. It was designed by a famous architect of that time, Sir Michael...

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Tomb of TansenLocated In : GWALIOR

One of the greatest musicians of India and en eminent vocalist in the courts of Akbar in the medieval period, Tansen was also among one of the nine gems of the Mughal court.

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Suraj KundLocated In : GWALIOR

Suraj kund in Gwalior is a tank located in Gwalior fort. It is believed to have magical powers. Water from the tank act as a medicinal water that cures chronic diseases. Surroundings of the Suraj Kund are quite attractive and well maintained which encourage the tourist...

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Sun TempleLocated In : GWALIOR

Surya Mandir or Sun Temple located near Residency at Morar is one of the important religious centers in the historic city of Gwalior. Although not constructed long ago, it is among the most revered shrines in the ancient city.

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Roop Singh StadiumLocated In : GWALIOR

Roop Singh Stadium is a famous International cricket stadium which has hosted many international cricket matches. It was here where the first double century in the history of ODI cricket was scored by Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar in a match against South Africa.

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Fort of AfterLocated In : BHIND

Fort of Ater is believed to have been built somewhere around 1664-1668, and is now in a dilapidated condition. Yet, if you are a history buff, then you should visit the fort of Ater. It is built inside the ravines of Chambal River and is visited by many tourists. ...

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The Fort of GohadLocated In : BHIND

Located in the city of Gohad, the Fort of Gohad is just 45 kms away from Gwalior, another prominent place in Madhya Pradesh. The Fort of Gohad was built by Rana Singhandev II, a Jat ruler in 1505, but he could not complete it and later on, subsequent...

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Mata Renuka TempleLocated In : BHIND

Revered as the birthplace of the warrior sage, Parashuram, Mata Renuka Temple is dedicated to his mother Renuka. The legend goes that Parashuram’s father ordered him to cut his mother’s head. Since it was his father’s order, Parashuram had to obey it and he did as he was...

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Vankhandeshwar TempleLocated In : BHIND

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Vankhandeshwar Temple is considered to be one of the oldest temples in India, as it is believed that it was built by Prithviraj Chauhan in 1175 AD. There is a flame, known as ‘akhand jyoti’ or ‘eternal flame’ which is believed to have...

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Batesar Temple ComplexLocated In : MORENA

Located some 25 Kms away from Morena city is the historical temple complex, where clusters of some 200 small temples and shrines reside. Nowhere in Morena district will you find so many temples and shrines at one place is here. Besides, all these temples and shrines are surrounded...

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Sabalgarh FortLocated In : MORENA

This is a fort of immense historical importance is situated in small town of sabalgarh, located some 70Kms away from Morena city. Absorbed in its monumental structure are some fascinating historical accounts of this region. Constructed by a local Gujjar king called Gopal Singh during medieval century, this...

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Shanichara TempleLocated In : MORENA

This is another very renowned temple of Morena. It is dedicated to Hindu God of Lord Shani, who is believed have power to dispel the misfortunes from our life. While there are many Shani temples in India, but this  one  bit more unique than the rest. And this...

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Doob KundLocated In : SHEOPUR

In sheopur district, there was a city in the chambal valley of sheopur tehsil at some distance from river Kuno known as 'DOM'. It was the capital of Kachhwaha Kingdom. Here stands 81 feet high, large and square ' Chaubisi of Jain Teerthankars', which is still worth seeing....

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Kuno Wildlife SanctuaryLocated In : SHEOPUR

Kuno Palpur is a wildlife sanctuary in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh in Central India. It lies in North-West of Madhya Pradesh close to state border with Rajasthan. It is in news since last few years due to lion & Cheetah rehabilitation project which in underway and close...

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Beer Singh Deo MahalLocated In : DATIA

Beer Singh Deo Mahal is the seven storeyed palace built entirely on stone by Raja Beer Singh Deo in 1614. It is the representative of one of the finest architectures of the Bundela period, the place also houses the Bundela mural paintings. The palace also has sculptures and...

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Datia PalaceLocated In : DATIA

The speciality of this palace is that it is of 7 floor. However nither member from the royal family did ever lived here. Datia's palace or the satkhanda palace is also called the Purana Mahal or the "old palace". Historian Abdul Hamid Lahori came to this city with...

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Peetambra PeethLocated In : DATIA

Peetambra Peeth is the famous Shakti Peeth of the country. Sh.Golokwasi Swamiji Maharaj established "Bagla Mukhi Devi" and "Dhumavati Mai" at this place. Vankhandeshwar Temple at Peetambra Peeth is one of the Mahabharat-Kaleen Temple of Lord Shiva. In the same campus a lot of temples are established. How...

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Jehangir MahalLocated In : ORCHHA

Built as be a garrison and citadel for the Mughals to allow greater control over the Bundela region, this palace was completed in 1598 by Bharath Bhushan after he defeated Vir Deo Singh of Bundela.

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Chaturbhuj TempleLocated In : ORCHHA

Built in 875 AD during the reign of Gurjara Pratihara dynasty, this famous temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The name literally means the one with four arms, and Lord Vishnu has been referred as Chaturbhuj in various Hindu texts.

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Chattris (CENOTAPHS)Located In : ORCHHA

Situated on the banks of Betwa river, Chattris is a set of magnificent royal tombs of the Maharajas, placed on a platform and supported by the pillars.

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Ram Raja TempleLocated In : ORCHHA

This beautiful Ram temple has an intriguing history behind it. The Idols which were supposed to be installed in the magnificent Chaturbhuj Temple were kept on the ground where this temple now stands.

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Phool BaghLocated In : ORCHHA

A beautiful garden complex depicting the aesthetic qualities of the Bundelas, this place has multiple fountains culminated in an 8-pillared palace pavilion.

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Dauji Ki HaveliLocated In : ORCHHA

The centre of trading activities, Orchha gave birth to a new class of people- the Merchants. Intelligent and influential as they were, they used their wealth to build stunning monuments which were replicas of the palaces in which the royalty lived.

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Madhav VilasLocated In : SHIVPURI

The Madhav Vilas Palace, painted in a soft shade of rose pink, was the summer palace of the Scindia rulers. The palace has a huge terrace, a Ganapati Mandap and marble floors. It has been converted into a training centre of the Intelligence Bureau of Government of India.

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Madhav National parkLocated In : SHIVPURI

Madhav National Park is one of the major wildlife parks in the district which is spread over an area of 157 sq km. It was a famous hunting spot for the Gwalior royal family as well as the British. Some of the animals inhabiting this park are the...

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ChhatriLocated In : SHIVPURI

Chhatri is one of the famous cenotaphs in Shivpuri which has been erected by the Scindia rulers. The marble chhatri has been constructed in a Hindu-Islamic architectural fusion style, along with Rajput and Mughal styled pavilions.

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Sakhya Sagar LakeLocated In : SHIVPURI

Sakhya Sagar Lake and Boat Club are located in the vicinity of the Madhav National Park in the Shivpuri District. The Madhav Sagar Lake and Sakhya Sagar Lake, created on the Manier River in 1918, are two of the prominent lakes of the region and are also important...

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Chanderi FortLocated In : CHANDERI

Situated at 71 metres above the city level over a hill, Chanderi Fort was constructed during the reign of the Mughals. It was originally built by king Kirti Pal in the 11th century but had to be rebuilt several times as it had faced multiple attacks. The Chanderi...

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Bada Mahal GateLocated In : CHANDERI

Badal Mahal Gate is a famous tourist spot in Chanderi and quite a unique place as well. It consists of only one tall gate without having any mahal or palace within it. Built in the 15th century, the Badal Mahal gate was constructed to celebrate an important victory in...

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Shehzadi Ka RauzaLocated In : CHANDERI

Shehzadi Ka Rauza is the burial site of Mehrunnisa, the daughter of a governor and her lover who was the chief of the army. Mehrunnissa and her lover breathed their last at this particular place and were buried exactly at the same place. A fort and a pond was...

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Jama MasjidLocated In : CHANDERI

Jama Masjid was built in the 13th century by Ghiassudin Balban and is one of the most important and popular tourist attractions in Chanderi. It is a huge and magnificent structure and the largest mosque present in Bundelkhand. On the top of the mosque there are three huge...

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Koshak MahalLocated In : CHANDERI

This monument was constructed by the Sultan of Malwa to commemorate a victory. Though they had initially planned to make a seven-storey structure but could complete only three storeis. Sultan Mehmood Sharki was defeated by Mehmud Shah Khilji in the battle of Kilpi. The Koshak Mahal was constructed by...

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Sun TempleLocated In : TIKAMGARH

A small village situated on the North-West of Tikamgarh town at a distance of about 20Km. The importance of this place lies in its famous Sun Temple. It entrance is from the east. Sun idol is placed here. The other main object of interest of the village is...

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KundeshwarLocated In : TIKAMGARH

A important village situated 5 Km. South of Tikamgarh town on the bank of the jamdar river. This place is famous for Kundadev Mahadev Temple. Ot is believed that Shiv linga has emerged from kunda. In the south of it there is beautiful picnic spot known as 'Barighar'...

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Papora JiLocated In : TIKAMGARH

It is an old village about 5km. south-east of Tikamgarh town. It is famous jain piligrimage centre which attracts large number of jain devotees. The village contains about 80 old jain temples. Few jain temples are under construction. The famous jain temples of twenty four Tirthankars is main...

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Bajrangarh FortLocated In : GUNA

Bajrangarh Fort, also known as Jharkon, is situated on the Guna Aron Road around 8 km south-west of Guna city. The fort lies at an altitude of around 92.3 m and is in ruins. It is believed to have been constructed by the Maratha rulers in 1775 and...

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Jain TempleLocated In : GUNA

The Jain Temple is a major attraction in Bajrangarh and is believed to have been constructed by the Jain Saint Pada Shah, in 1236. The temple has a few red stone idols of Jain Tirthankaras and has intricate stone carvings and sculptures on its interior as well as...

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Dhuandhar Falls Located In : JABALPUR

Dhuandhar Falls is located at Bhedaghat in Jabalpur. It is a popular destination among tourists as well as locals. Edged by green trees and shrubs, the ruffled and bustling Narmada River falling down from a height is like a beautiful painting come alive. The smoke cascade formed by fine...

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Marble RocksLocated In : JABALPUR

Also known as Bheraghat, Marble rocks is a gorge of the Narmada River located 22 km west of Jabalpur. This gorge has white rocks and dark green volcanic seams till 30 m on its both sides. It is also the most popular picnic spot of Jabalpur and its...

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Bargi damLocated In : JABALPUR

Bargi Dam is located on the Jabalpur - Nagpur NH - 7 highway. About 40 kms / 45 mins. from Jabalpur city, Tourist Destination Bargi Dam is built on Narmada river. Tourists can enjoy water-sports in Bargi Dam. It is one of the first completed Dam in chain...

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Pisanhari Ki MadiyaLocated In : JABALPUR

Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a popular Digambar Jain pilgrimage center. The temple complex has a large number of small Jain temples situated within.
Believed to be built by a poor woman around 500 years ago, Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a symbol of service and dedication. After listening to...

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Rani Durgavati MuseumLocated In : JABALPUR

The Rani Durgavati Museum of Jabalpur is a memorial built in 1964 to commemorate Queen Durgavati. Queen Durgavati was known as a symbol of martyrdom and self-sacrifice during her time. To present the valour and pride of this queen, a stone replica of Goddess Durga has been constructed...

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Tilwara GhatLocated In : JABALPUR

Tilwara Ghat is one of the most important historic places of Jabalpur as well as India. This ghat is situated at the banks of Narmada River at 12 km from Jabalpur’s Railway Station. This place is famous as the site where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed....

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Nohleshwar TempleLocated In : DAMOH

Nohleshwar temple is about 1 km away from Nohta village. Lord Shiva is also known as "Mahadev" and "Nohleshwar". It was built around 950-1000 A.D. According to some local people, the credit of building this temple goes to the queen of Kalachuri King Avni Varma of Chalikya dynasty....

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Nauradehi Wildlife SanctuaryLocated In : DAMOH

Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary is a reserve in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is a potential site for cheetah Reintroduction in India. The wildlife sanctuary with an area of 1197 km2 is based near Jabalpur and about 56 km from sagar. Jabalpur is well connected by Air and rail with...

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Nidan KundLocated In : DAMOH

Almost 1/2 km. from the Bhaisaghat Rest house towards the Bhainsa village, a road goes to this waterfall. 1 km from the main road a stream between the high black rocks flows down from more than 100 ft's high. This is called Nidan Kund. During the month of...

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Narsimha MandirLocated In : NARSINGHPUR

During the 18th century this temple was constructed by Jat Sardars & plane statue of Lord Narsimha (it's a Human Awtar of Lord Vishnu having Lion's head) This is situated at District H.Q. And this temple has got its importance as district's Nomenclature hails from here only.

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Bramhan GhatLocated In : NARSINGHPUR

Barman is situated at mani sagar N.H. 26 & 24 and 12 km away from kareli Rly station, and the bank of river of Narmada. Lord Brahma's Yagya Shala, Rani Durgawati Temple, Elephant Gate Varhas statue are places of tourist interest here. River Narmada flows in seven strains....

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Jhoteshwar TempleLocated In : NARSINGHPUR

On the route of Mumbai - Hawrah Central Railway track 15 K.m from Sridham rly station on the control rly track of Mumbai - Hawrah. Naturally rich & very gorgeous temple of golden raj - Rajeshwari tripur sundari. It is Jhoteshwar Temple, Lodheshwar Temple, Hanuman Tekri, Rock, Shivling...

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Pench Tiger ReserveLocated In : SEONI

The Pench Tiger Reserve is a densely forested area and is a part of Project Tiger since 1992. It is the 19th Project Tiger Reserve in the country. The reserve derives its name from the Pench River which flows north to south within the reserve. The forest belt...

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Bhimgarh Sanjay Sarovar DamLocated In : SEONI

The Bhimgarh Sanjay Sarovar Dam is located 43 km away from the Seoni town. This dam is situated across the Wainganga River in Chhapara. Counted among the largest soil dams of Asia, this dam was established with an aim of providing electricity to the nearby areas. Boating can...

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Mahakaleshwar TempleLocated In : SEONI

The Mahakaleshwar Mandir is located in the Dighori Village, which lies at a distance of around 20km from Seoni. It is believed that this shrine was constructed renowned Indian philosopher Adi Shankaracharya.

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Mandla FortLocated In : MANDLA

The Mandla city is located in the loop formed by the Narmada River and its tributaries; situated here is the historical Ramnagar Fort/Mandla Fort which was constructed by the Gond kings in the late 17th century. Located nearly 24kms from the Mandla city it is also called as...

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Kanha National ParkLocated In : MANDLA

One of the most popolar tourist destinations in Mandla, The kanha Tiger Reserve or National Park is located in the Maikal Hills of the Satpura Mountain Range. Given the status of a national park in 1955, Kanha is also known as the tiger land, with several tigers &...

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Garam Pani KundLocated In : MANDLA

Situated at a distance of nearly 18kms from the city of Mandla is the famous Garam Pani Kund or well of hot water. Popular for its unique & magical sulphur rich water it is believed that water of the well was blessed by Lord Vishnu decades ago to...

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Begum MahalLocated In : MANDLA

Located nearly 3kms away from the Mandla Fort/Moti Mahal is another fort called the Begum Mahal. Constructed in the honour of Rani Chimney, this Mahal or palace has a beautiful three storeyed rectangular masterpiece reminiscent of the Mughal style of architecture. The Begum Mahal was built from black...

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Rampaili TempleLocated In : BALAGHAT

Rampaili Temple is situated in Rampaili (Rampayali) village at 28 km far from Balaghat Waraseoni-Tumsar road. The mythologhy about this temple is that when Shri Rama was going to Lanka he made a Shivlinga which was made up of sand and it is present still now. The temple...

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Bajrang GhatLocated In : BALAGHAT

Bajrang Ghat is a dream come true for nature lover swimmers who don't like the shallowness and restrictions of the city swimming pools. one can approach this beautiful ghat through various routes including one that passes through various routes including one that passes through the forest Ranger's college...

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Gomji-Somji TempleLocated In : BALAGHAT

Gomji-Somji Temple with a sister temple known as jwaladevi temple, located on the peak of Bharveli region's mountains and around 10km far from Balaghat is one of the places of religious importance in the region. Jwaladevi attracts thousands of piligrims from MP and Maharashtra every year, specially during...

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The Ghughua Fossil National ParkLocated In : DINDORI

The Ghughua Fossil National Park of Madhya Pradesh is a unique destination in India, which has been blessed with a priceless treasure trove of plants fossils. Fossils belonging to 31 genera of 18 plant families have been identified. These fossils represent life as it occured in this area...

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DevnalaLocated In : DINDORI

"Devnala" is a very beautiful tourist place in Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh. That place is situated at 20km from district headquarter in Dindori Mandla road. In "Devnala" you can see very beautiful waterfall and cave.

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Vijayraghavgarh FortLocated In : KATNI

Located in the town by the same name in Katni district, Vijayraghavgarh Fort is one of the oldest and most beautiful forts in the state, as it was built in 1826. The fort is made from lime and sand stone and still stands as a proud remnant of...

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RoopnathLocated In : KATNI

Roopnath is a revered pilgrimage centre of the state and visited by devotees from all over the country. Located 3 kms from Bahoriband, the unique feature of the place is the five lingam or Panchlinga statue of Lord Shiva. Another feature are the three kunds or ponds that are...

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Jagriti ParkLocated In : KATNI

Amidst historical monuments stands an urban park named Jagriti Park. Though you may find recreation parks in cities, in a place like Katni, it is a rare phenomenon. There are pavements that have been beautifully made and plantations have been lined up which make the place a beautiful...

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Bandhavgarh FortLocated In : UMARIA

Bandhavgarh is the name of tehsil in Umaria District. Formerly it was the capital of the Bandhavgarh kingdom of the Magha Dynasty, then the head quarters of the tehsil. At present its headquarters is Umaria. 

The fort of Bandhavgarh is a place of considerable archeological and historical importance.

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Bandhavgarh National ParkLocated In : UMARIA

Bandhavgarh National Park, the most popular national parks in India is located in the Vindhya hills of the Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh. Declared as a national park in 1968 The Bandhavgarh National Park is spread across the area of 105km2. The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from...

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Virateshwar TempleLocated In : SHAHDOL

Virateshwar Temple is the  landmark of Shahdol which is built by Kalchuri King Maharaja Yuvraj Deva in between 950 AD and 1050 AD to present it to the Acharya of Golkaki Math. Many Archeologist consider this temple as the temple of Karn Deva. Temple has height of about 125 feet...

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Narmada UdgamLocated In : SHAHDOL

The temples built at the source of the Narmada is considered the holiest spot in the town. Every year on the ocassion of river goddess is covered with brocade and worshipped by fervent devotees.

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Bansagar DamLocated In : SHAHDOL

Bansagar Dam Shahdol Bansagar or Bansagar Dam is a versatile river valley plan on son river anchored in Ganga Basin in Madhya Pradesh, India envisaging equally irrigation and hydro electric power generation. The Bansagar Dam beyond sone river has been complete at town Deolond in Shahdol District on...

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KapildharaLocated In : ANUPPUR

At a distance of 8kms. from the origin of river Narmada, the river falls from a height of 100 feet creating a waterfall known as Kapildhara. It is believed that the Kapil rishi meditated here.

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Mai Ki BagiyaLocated In : ANUPPUR

About 1km of the main temple, there is a garden, which lies in a densely foretsed area. It is popularly believed that the Narmada devi used to pluck flowers in this garden.

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Sarvodaya Jain TempleLocated In : ANUPPUR

This temple is under construction. It is considered a construction marvel. Cement and iron have not been used in  this temple and the weight of the idol to be placed in the temple is around 24 Tones.

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Bandhavgarh HillLocated In : BANDHAVGARH

Bandhavgarh Hill, having an elevation of 807 m above sea level, has provided the tiger reserve with its name. Atop the hill lies the Bandhavgarh Fort, the seat of the rulers of Rewa State until 1617 AD. Located at the centre of the park, the hills are surrounded...

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Tala VillageLocated In : BANDHAVGARH

Tala Village is one of the most beautiful attractions of Bandhavgarh, and is the lowest point of the wildlife reserve. It has many mud houses and abounds with natural landscapes. Tourists visiting the reserve can find several hotels and resorts for accommodation in the village.

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Shesh ShaiyaLocated In : BANDHAVGARH

Shesh Shaiya, an idol of Lord Vishnu, is the originating point of River Charanganga. Having a length of 65 ft, it is laid horizontally on the serpent, which has seven heads and is considered very old in terms of architecture. The seven hooded serpent is called Shesh Naga.

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ChakradharaLocated In : BANDHAVGARH

Chakradhara is another place in the Bandhavgarh National Park, which is famous for tiger sighting. Surrounded by dense hilly regions, this large meadow area is home to different species of fauna and flora. This place resembles an open hunting area, having a density of wild animals.

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Samardha Jungle CampLocated In : Bhopal

Samardha Jungle Camp is situated 30 km from Bhopal and is the first community based ecotourism destination of Madhya Pradesh. It has been a popular getaway for the people of Bhopal for quite some time.
Samardha is a small village, situated in the dense forests, nearly 21 km...

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Kerwa Jungle CampLocated In : Bhopal

Kerwa reservoir situated on the outskirts of the city of Bhopal, along with the local hills, and forests is a popular weekend getaway for the people of Bhopal.
Kerwa Jungle Camp is one of the famous urban getaways of Bhopal. Situated at the sylvan surroundings of Kerwa...

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Kathotiya Jungle CampLocated In : Bhopal

  

Kathotiya is a small Tribal forest village only 17 km from the capital and and 4.5 kms off Kolar road, nestled among sylvan hills, ancient cave paintings, wildlife, with excellent opportunities for adventure sports such as rock climbing, rappelling, trekking etc. It offers unlimited thrill, pleasure and...

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Deori National Chambal SanctuaryLocated In : Chambal

Hailed as one of the cleanest rivers of India, Chambal (National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary) has long been the backbone of the national efforts for saving the endangered gharial and mugger crocodiles. The river offers breathtaking views of the ravine architecture of the famed badlands of Chambal Valley, in...

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Tighra DamLocated In : Gwalior

Tighra dam has been constructed on Sank River in 1916. This dam has been constructed in the vicinity of eleven villages. The villagers depend on this dam for their irrigation, drinking and domestic purpose. Moreover, the dam also provides the water required for the drinking purpose in the...

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DeojhiriLocated In : Jhabua

Deojhiri is 8 km. North-east of Jhabua on Ahmedabad-Indore State Highway No.22. It lies 1 km. To the west of the road, on Sunar river. As the name of the village denotes there is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva( Deo, a diety) and jhiri or a perennial...

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ParsiliLocated In : Sidhi

Away from all the hustle bustle, in the midst of scenic nature, lies the serene town of Parsili. The beautiful Banas river flowing alongside. One of the most stunning highlights of this place is the soft and moist sand bed which stretches across 4 km. Trekking barefoot on...

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Mukundpur Forest, GovindgarhLocated In : Rewa

Blessed with natural beauty, Rewa, situated on the north-western side of Madhya Pradesh was home to Mohan – the world renowned white tiger. The lineage of the rare white tigers in India grew, thanks to the soothing climate and abundant greenery.

The town is surrounded  dizzyingly high...

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Panna Tiger ReserveLocated In : Panna

Dynamic dry deciduous forest undergoes dramatic change from lush green in monsoon to desolate dry grey in summer. Mines shining with diamonds within a national park that's home to some of the biggest predators and waterfalls of dizzying heights; Panna has the amazing superpower to,...

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Ashmadha - Fossil ParkLocated In : Mandu

Priceless plant, animal, and marine predating even the Jurassic era scores of millions of years ago abound in the Manawar and Gandhwani Tahsils of the district. These exquisite and rare fossils have attracted repeated expeditions of palaeologist from accross the globe. At the initiative of the district administration,...

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Light and Sound Show, Gwalior FortLocated In : Gwalior

A nightly 45-minute sound-and-light show is held in the amphitheatre at Gwalior Fort.

The Sound and Light Show is an additional attraction of Gwalior Fort. The Sound and Light Show forms an integral part of the visit to the Fort. The show is held at the open Amphitheatre at the...

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Light and Sound Show, Orchha Fort Located In : Orchha

More sound than light, this tall tale is most likely to enthuse those particularly interested in Orchha's history. The story has it all – galloping horses and more. One of the most popular historical monuments in Orchha, Jahangir Mahal is located at a distance of 18 km from Jhansi....

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Light and Sound ShowLocated In : Khajuraho

This fascinating light & sound spectacle evokes the life and times of the great Chandela Kings and traces the story of the unique temples from the 10th Century to the present day. 

The 50 minutes sound and light show is conducted by tourism department in the...

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The Bhils - Tribe of Madhya PradeshLocated In : Jhabua

BhilBhil is the second largest tribe in India. According to census 2001 the population of Bhil tribe was 3441945 out of them were 1749813 males and 1695132 were female. The Bhil tribal community mainly resides in Rajasthan, western Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and northern Maharashtra. 

The main tribal groups in Madhya Pradesh are Gond, Bhil, Baiga, Korku, Bhariya,...

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The Gond - Tribes of Madhya PradeshLocated In : Mandla

All districts, mainly spread on both banks of Narmada River in Vindhyas and Satpura, Balaghat. 

The Gond groups are found in Majorly Chhindwara. They are also settled by the rivers of Betul, among the hills of Seoni and Balaghat. They have an extensive legendary history of their past heroes. Tribals of Bastar come...

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The Baigas - Tribe of Madhya PradeshLocated In : Sheopur

Are a class of priests among the Gonds. They are the people who know all about evil spirits and can avoid them by performing magical rites. In Mandla district there is a small tract called Baiga Chak, known for its Baiga settlement. The Baigas have now changed considerably.

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The Korku - Tribes of Madhya PradeshLocated In : Khandwa

Korku is a scheduled tribe (ST) community predominantly found in the East Nmar (Khandwa and Burhanpur), Betul and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas in Melghat region of Maharashtra in India speaking the Korku language, which is a member of the Austroasiatic language family.

Korkus have derived their name from the combination of the word ‘koru’ meaning man and ‘ku’ which makes it plural...

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The Bharias - Tribe of Madhya PradeshLocated In : Chhindwara

Bharia is one of Dravidian-speaking tribes of Madhya Pradesh in India. The Bharias live in Patalkot, which is completely isolated valley some 400 metres below Tamia in Chhindwaradistrict of Madhya Pradesh. This valley is the source of Dudhi River. Patalkot is totally inaccessible by road and one enters along a foot-path only.But recently The Madhya Pradesh government established...

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Chaugan Village TourismLocated In : Mandla

Located in Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh, Chaugan Village is home to indigenous tribes like the– Gonds and Baigas. It is a dream destination and a major tourist attraction for all those who ever dreamt of visiting the village and jungle that was depicted in the Jungle Book...

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Pranpur Village Tourism (Chanderi)Located In : Ashoknagar

Pranpur village is located in Chanderi Tehsil of Ashoknagar district in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated 5km away from sub-district headquarter Chanderi and 70km away from district headquarter Ashoknagar. As per 2009 stats, Pranpura is the gram panchayat of Pranpur village.

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Orchha Village Tourism (River Rafting)Located In : Tikamgarh

Orchha (or Urchha) is a town in Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh state, India. The town was established by Rudra Pratap Singh some time after 1501, as the seat of an eponymous former princely state of central India, in the Bundelkhand region. Orchha lies on the Betwa River, 80 km from Tikamgarh & 15 km from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh.

The historic town of Orchha, nestled on the banks of...

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Amla, Ujjain - Village TourismLocated In : Ujjain

Located about 120 Kms from the city of Indore, is the Fort Amla. Established by the descendents of Bappa Rawal, the Amla riyasat boasts of a proud heritage.

The Fort is an architectural delight to behold with bold sweeping arches and long open terraces. With...

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Devpur Village Tourism (Spiritual Heritage)Located In : Vidisha

Deopur village is located in Sironj Tehsil of Vidisha district in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated 12km away from sub-district headquarter Sironj and 97km away from district headquarter Vidisha. As per 2009 stats, Davpur is the gram panchayat of Deopur village.

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