Located in the heart of two artificial lakes, Bhopal, the city of lakes is one of the famous tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh. Located in the Malwa Plateau slope, the city is blessed with natural wood forests, majestic mountains and vibrant landscapes. In addition to these natural beatitude, artificial lakes, reflecting the city lights at night, which is to be a show worth watching.
A historic city founded by King Surajesan, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh former princely, is famous for its palaces remarkable, glorious sacred temples and monuments.Gwalior's history is as fascinating as the views of the city, dating from the eighth century. It is believed that this city is named after the saint Gwalipa "that cured the illness of the king. A cradle of great dynasties, this fabulous city has existed for centuries.
Indore is the ancient capital of the Holkar rulers. This is an important industrial city in central India and is known as 'mini Mumbai'. There are a number of historical monuments in Indore belonging Holkars. Indore is also known for its temples. Architectural monuments in Indore is connected to a variety of styles. There are also many tourist places around Indore.
Khajuraho, whose name means the place where a Khajur many trees could be found. The place is a small town in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh, famed for a complex of exquisite Hindu temples and Jain in India. Built during the reign of powerful rulers in 9th and 10 Chnadela century sculptures of these temples is very erotic and sensual depicting graceful forms intimate scenes of the entire spectrum of human emotions and relationships. These sculptures congeal in stone a lyrical celebration of love and passion, reflecting the immense appreciation for art Chandela dynasty.
Orchha in Tikamgarh district in Madhya Pradesh was the capital and the kings feared Bundela. 16 and 17 palaces and temples are century, Orchha, a popular tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh.Surrounded by the beautiful river Betwa, Orchha reflects the opulence and splendor of the majestic Bundela. An artificial island with a sense of a "hidden place" Orchha, lives up to its name. Located in the Bundelkhand brilliant campaign, this beautiful place accorded to the natural beauty and splendor.
Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, is known for its stupas many monasteries, temples and pillars dating from 3rd century BC to 12th century AD The most famous of these, the Sanchi Stupa 1, was built by Emperor Ashoka Maurya, the then governor of Ujjain. His daughter and son, Sanghamitra and Mahindra, respectively, were sent to Sri Lanka where the people became king, queen and local Buddhism.