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Must Visit Destinations in Karnataka


Karnataka, the southern state of India; surrounded by some of India’s renowned states namely Maharashtra, Arabian Sea, Goa, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The land is blessed with numbers of fascinating tourist attractions and natural beauty. Tourist across the world roll out to Karnataka, availing Karnataka tour package so as to watch the breathtaking view of its hill stations, heritage sites, temples, beaches, amazing wildlife and to know its vibrant cultural values, deeply. When you plan to go for a tour to South India, always take in your consideration to give a glance to Karnataka’s major tour destinations so as to make your tour worth remarkable.

Following are some of well-known tourist destinations of Karnataka:

Bangalore:

Statue of Lord Shiva, Bangalore, Karnataka

Statue of Lord Shiva, Bangalore, Karnataka

Bangalore/Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka is the prime hub of IT industry. Footfall of many youth from apart can be seen towards this city, arrives to build their career in the field of IT. The city has a salubrious climate that makes it a pleasurable holiday destination. Bangalore is dotted with numerous fascinating gardens, palaces and temples which you can visit during your tour to Bangalore. Some of them are Bangalore Palace, Tipu’s Palace, Lal Bagh Botanical garden, ISKON temple and Someshwara Temple. 65 feet tall Shiva statue, which is believed to be the place of tranquility, is the major spiritual destination of Bangalore.

Visit the state secretariat Vidhana Soudha, known for the wonderful blend of traditional Dravidian with the modern style architecture; and Cubbon Park, which enables you to indulge its various attractions like Rose garden, doll museum, children’s playground and a wonderful aquarium. Don’t miss to visit Bannerghatta Tiger and Lion Reserve National Park; this is the habitat of white tigers, lions and mammals.

Hubli:

Chandramouleshwara Temple, Hubli, Karnataka

Chandramouleshwara Temple, Hubli, Karnataka

This is one another important city of Karnataka, also referred to as “Chota Bombay”. The city is the hub of commercial activities and it shares much of its spotlight with Dharward, therefore, people know the city by the name Twin City. The land has a significant historical value and most of the parts are dotted with beautiful temples, but among them Chandramouleshwara Temple becomes the center of attraction. The temple is situated adjacent to Unakal Lake and Unakal circle which was built during the period of Chlukyas. Some other popular tourist destinations in Hubli are Tapovan, Indira Gandhi glass house garden and the most beautiful Gayatri Tapobhoomi temple. Experience boat riding in Unakal Lake and watch the sunrise and sunset view sitting on the bank of the lake for an enthralling experience.

A deep excursion of this twin city with India’s best travel agent will take you to most beautiful and the highest hill station of the city, Nrupatunga Hill that will keep you away from the heat and dust of the bustling city.

Mysore:

Mysore Palace, Mysore, Karnataka

Mysore Palace, Mysore, Karnataka

Mysore, the cultural capital of Karnataka is best known for Mysore Palace. This is one of the largest palaces in the country where you can see a blend of Indo-Saracenic, Muslim, Rajput and Gothic style of architecture. Mysore zoo is another tourist place of interest, which is the home of diverse species of birds, reptiles and mammals. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is the paradise for bird watchers where adventure enthusiasts can find some new species of birds. Melukote Temple is an important religious place of Mysore, which is mostly visited during Vairamundi festival. Mysore tour package also include sightseeing of Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery, Chamundeshwari Temple, St. Philomena’s Church and Kabini River those cannot be missed during Mysore Tours.

Rajiv Gandhi National Park is one another finest attractions of the state; situated in Kodagu and Mysore district. Jeep safari and elephant safari are the unique mode of transportation of the park that enables you to easy drive towards the wildlife.

Hampi:

Hampi the World Heritage Site of Karnataka

Hampi the World Heritage Site of Karnataka

Hampi is a ruined town of Vijayanagara, but the attractions of the town magnetize thousands of devotees and tourist every year. The area is dotted with a variety of historical monuments, temples and palaces. The architectural views of Humpi’s monuments are truly spellbinding. Some must visit religious sites of Humpi are Hazara Rama Temple, Lakshmi Narasimha Temple and Monkey Temple; and historical sites are Monolith Bull, Mahanavmi Dibba and Old Palace.

Badami:

Badami Cave Karnataka

Badami Cave Karnataka

Badami once was the ancient capital of Chalukya rulers; situated in Bagalkot district. The town is specially known for its surprising caves temples, fortresses and its great carvings. Badami caves are comprised four caves and all are carved out with soft Badami sandstone on a hill cliff of late 6th to 7th centuries. Out of the four cave temples, one is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one is dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras and the rest of the two are dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Some other religious shrines of Badami are Bhuthanatha temples, Yellamma, Mallikarjuna and Dattatreya. Badami Fort, which is situated on the rock cut cave temples, is one another attractions of the town.

Coorg:

Coorg Hill Station Karnataka

Coorg Hill Station Karnataka

Coorg is the most enchanting hill station and is a perfect tour destination too. The misty hills, evergreen forests, greenery valleys, spellbinding waterfalls of Coorg will definitely lure one’s eyes. Cauvery, the prime river of South India has originates from this place. A big tourist attraction of the region is Abbey Falls, located at a distance of 10 km from Madikeri. Adventure seekers can find a large range of thrilling activities at Coorg such as trekking, rock climbing, fishing and river rafting. Religious people will never disappoint taking a tour to Coorg, they can also visit some religious shrines like Bylakuppe and Igguthappa Temple.

Mangalore:

Mangalore Beaches

Mangalore Beaches

Magalore is a beautiful city; located in close proximity to the Western Ghats and Arabian Sea. One can say that an ideal picnic spot. Tour to Mangalore let you explore some beautiful beaches like Tannirbavi beach and Surathkal beach which are surrounded by beautiful lighthouse. The breathtaking sunset view sitting on the coast of the beach is worth watching. Kaup beach is one another attraction of Mangalore and it is considered the photographer’s heaven.

Tour package from Erco Travels also include sightseeing of Sri Gokarnanatheshwara Temple, a place of great religious importance; Mangaladevi temple from which the city has derived its name; and Someshwara Temple of Ullal. Ullal beach also offers to indulge in various sports activities like jet-skking, kayaking and swimming. Dolphin watching is one another entertaining entity of the beach.

Belgaum:

Belgaum Fort Karnataka

Belgaum Fort, Karnataka

The city has a rich historical background and natural splendors. The city once was a part of Chalukya Empire and was known as Venugrama. The 12th century’s Old Stone Fort is the prime attraction of the Belgaum; built by the king Ratta. Trip to Belgaum will take you some holy shrines of the city like Maruti temple, Kapileshwar temple and Mahadeva temple. The city will never disappoint the natural lovers; they can visit the most enchanting Gokak Falls, Varapoha Falls and Godachinmalki Falls; and parks like Sambhaji Udyan, Nath Pai Park and Shivaji Udyan.

Bellary:

Bellary Fort

Bellary Fort

Visiting Bellary will be an ideal deal during your South India Tour. The city offers quite a lot of attractions to the tourists. Some of Bellary’s prime attractions are Bellary Fort situated on the top of Ballari Gudda or Fort Hill which was built during Vijayanagara times; the world heritage site Hampi; and Narihalla Dam whose adjoining areas are used for rock climbing, trekking and boating as well.

Attractions that should not be missed out:

Udupi:

Also referred as beach city, has some fabulous beach sites namely Malpe beach, Kapu beach and St Mary’s Island. Maravanthe beach is a beautiful site of Udupi where adventurous activities like water skking, parasailing, scuba diving and wind surfing are best practiced.

Bijapur:

The city has a lot of historical marvels these are dotted in all parts of Bijapur. There are several world famous tourist attractions such as Gol Gumbaz, the largest domes in the world; Jumma Masjid, the largest mosque of Bijapur; and Ibrahim Rauza, an architectural wonder.

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Why Visiting India is Gaining Popularity Worldwide?


The reason behind visiting India varies for different people. If some arrives for business purpose, then some came to know about its spirituality and for India tour, but among them a mass number of tourists specially visit India so as to explore its splendors. The nation has rich cultural, historical and traditional values, which anyone likes to experience by taking a trip to India. Each region is totally different from one another; if some are known for its religiousness, then some are recognized for its historical sites and adventurous activities. The uniqueness of the country has no comparison with any other countries all over the world.

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There is no need to promote India as the most popular travel destination. The picturesque ambience captivating locations automatically magnetizes the tourist to this landscape. Excitement of site excursion, leads the traveler to the lush green parks and sanctuaries, beaches, forts, palaces and backwaters. Throughout the year, each and every corner of the nation is crowded with travel enthusiasts and adventure seekers to watch its virgin beauty.

Whenever the word luxury comes across during travel buzz, India always holds the top rank. Luxuriousness one can find everywhere that ranges from hotels, resorts, trains and even in tours as well; especially for those who want to travel in style. India tourism never disappoints the budget travelers, for them different arrangements are made.

The mountain terrains of North India and South India are the most popular tourist destination because of its pilgrimage centers and celestial beauty that not only lures the national visitors, but the international as well.

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Let’s talk about some famous tour destinations in India and its attractions. Taj Mahal of Agra, the most fascinating tourist spot is explored by both inbound and foreign tourist because of its white beauty. Travel to Rajasthan will let you experience the unique feature of the state, i.e., camel safari, which is the pride of Rajasthan. The inland culture and lifestyle of Rajasthan is also equally attractive. Goa beach tour and Kerala backwater tour are the adventure seekers and naturalist’s paradise.

India is a destination, which is suggested to visit when you have no pressure of time. It is a place where you can enjoy your tour leisurely visiting your desired destinations so as to meet the serenity. Despite having much diverseness, there is a strong linkage that binds India together. This is why people say Incredible India.

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Must Visit Destinations in Gujarat


The massive mass land of Gujarat is surrounded by the southern state Maharashtra; the central part of India, Madhya Pradesh; Northern India’s richest historical state Rajasthan and the Pakistani province with Arabian Sea. The state is a melting pot of culture and traditions and one can recognize the state by the name ‘Jewel of the West’. Tour destinations of Gujarat are dotted with numerous religious sites, historical architectures, Forts and some spellbinding hill stations. Gujarat tourism is a unique opportunity to watch its modern sites, attractions and the great amalgamation of Hindu, Islamic and European culture at a single glance.

Below are some major tourist destinations in Gujarat:

  • Ahmadabad
Bhadra Fort Ahemdabad Destination

Bhadra Fort, Ahemdabad, Gujarat

If you think that, Ahmadabad tourism is a day tour and can be summarized within certain hours, then you are wonderfully wrong. Ahmadabad is accounted having the best tourist destinations in the state and is remembered for its rich cultural backdrop of art architectures and monuments. When it comes to monuments, Bhadra Fort deserves a special mention. The royal Fort was established by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411 A.D. The unbeatable charm of the Fort is holding by its splendid palaces and lush green gardens, which never allow the Fort to diminish its beauty.

Science City, the center of both, education and entertainment is one another attraction of the city. Visiting the site, tourist can pamper their time sitting inside an IMAX 3D theater, watching several shows throughout the day. Watch its musical fountains; it will surely make the tourist crazy by its enchanting beauty. Ahmadabad tour also includes sightseeing of some other attractions also like Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary for bird watchers; Vastrapur Lake and Kankaria Lake for Natural lovers and temples like Hathisingh Jain Temple, ISKCON Temple for religious people.

  • Bhavnagar
Palitana Jain Temple, Bavnagar, Gujarat

Palitana Jain Temple, Bavnagar, Gujarat

The tourist attractions in Bhavnagar are a few in numbers, but it is impossible to remain untouched by its unique attractions. This cultural city of Gujarat is the home of both modern tourist and pilgrims because of its spiritual importance. During your Bhavnagar tour, tourist can visit the beautiful Jain temple, which is located in the Palitana region. The temple is seated on the top of Shatrunjaya hills, where flock of numerous pilgrims flows towards it to pay their homage. There are also several temples one can find in this region such as Takhteshwar Temple and Aksharwadi temple. If you wish to spend some of your time amidst the wildlife then Velavadar National Park will be the best choice for you.

  • Champaner
Archaeological Park, Champaner, Gujarat

Archaeological Park, Champaner, Gujarat

The old city, Champaner, once was a capital of Gujarat, but for a short period. The entire city is dotted with ruined tombs, pillars, gardens and Fort walls. Pavagadh Fort is the most visiting site of the city, which has a great archaeological, historical, architectural and artistic value. There is one another attraction that tourist can visit during their excursion that is its archaeological park. Few years earlier, the park has been designated UNESCO World Heritage site because of its wonders.

For religious people Jama Masjid, Nagina Masjid, Shehar ki Masjid and Kevda Masjid can bring world peace into their life.

  • Gondal
Naulakha Palace, Gondal, Gujarat

Naulakha Palace, Gondal, Gujarat

Gondal town is a great amalgamation of contemporary buildings and historical monuments which beautifully keeping alive its valuable culture. Naulakha Palace, Riverside Palace and Orchard Palace are some of Gondals majestic heritage sites, now have been converted into heritage hotels. Gondal’s palaces are not the only attractions of the city; vintage cars will boost up your excitement during Gondal tour. Akshardham Mandir in Gondal is a famous shrine of the city, which has been dedicated to Swami Gunatitanand who is called the first successor of Bhagwan Swaminarayan.

  • Jamnagar
Small Green Bee-Eater, Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary, Jamnagar

Small Green Bee-Eater, Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary, Jamnagar

The historical city Jamnagar is an important city of Gujarat and is the most popular tourist destinations of the state. The city has a great historical importance and has a varied tourist sighting places. All parts of the city are dotted with majestic temples, monuments, museums, and beaches. The prime pilgrimage sites of the city are Bala Hanuman Temple, Bhidbhanjan Temple and Parsi Agyari and Ratanbai Masjid. Don’t miss to visit the majestic historical Forts of the city namely Bhujiyo Kotho, Darbargadh Palace and Manekbai Muktidham which are mostly visited. Apart from that Bird watcher can find some new species of birds in Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary and in Marine National Park and it could be a great photographic option for wildlife photographers.

  • Junagadh
Male Asian Lion, Gir National Park, Junagadh

Male Asian Lion, Gir National Park, Junagadh

Junagadh is situated on the foothills of Girnar hills. The city was ruled by several dynasties of past and their glorious histories are still memorized by visiting its majestic Forts. Tour to Junagarh gives the opportunity to explore some of its magnificent sites, which can never be missed out during Gujarat Tour. The most famous attraction of the city is Gir National Park, specially known for Asiatic Lions. Mount Girnar is the most famous hill destination of the Junagadh. The top hill of Mount Girnar is dotted with some beautiful Jain temples and Hindu temples where a continuous flow of devotees can be spotted. Tour package from India’s best travel agent also take you to some of your unseen tour destinations of Junagadh such as Somnath Mahadev Temple, Somnath beach, Jama Masjid, Junagadh Caves and many more, which will surely make your tour worth memorable.

  • Vadodara
Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara, Gujarat

Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara, Gujarat

Vadodara one of the most popular cities in Gujarat is situated on the banks of Vishwamitri River. There are plenty of tourist attractions in the city and tourists come in a mass to watch the city’s treasure trove. Vadodara always offers something for everyone. Travel to Vadodara, to watch beautifully constructed geodesic style temple, Dakshinamurthy Temple. The temple is the most famous holy shrines of the state. Visit Kirti Mandir, to see its exquisite architecture, which once was the rest house of royal families. To explore more attractions of the city you must have to stay for a few days in this city where you can see the magnificent building, Laxmi Vilas Palace; Vadodara museum famous for picture galleries; seven rock-cut caves, Kadia Dungar Caves; EME temple and many more.

  • Rajkot
Khambhalida Caves, Rajkot

Khambhalida Caves, Rajkot

Rajkot, the historical town of Gujarat, It is the attractions of Rajkot that draws the tourist from abroad towards its doorstep. If you want to make your Rajkot holiday truly worth memorable, then drive to Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary is popularly known for mammoth antelopes which has gained the status of ‘Reserve Forest’. How can you forget to enjoy Dandiya dance and Garba songs of Rajkot when you are in this city? These are the main traditional dances of the city? Watson Museum, Wankaner, Morbi, Khambhalida caves, Bangdi Bazar, etc. are some of the famous tourist attractions of Rajkot that entices thousands of tourists every year.

  • Surat
Swaminarayan Mandir, Surat

Swaminarayan Mandir, Surat

Surat, the most important commercial hub of the state, is situated on the bank of Tapti River. The city is best known for the most precious gem industry, where 90% of world’s diamonds cut. How much the city is precious for its gems so as its attractions as well. During Gujarat trip, Surat attractions should never be missed out. Chintamani Jain Temple, one of the famous holy shrines of the site, shows a spectacular view of wooden craftsmanship. Tourist can also see the most popular Surat Castle, which was built by Muhammad Tughlaq, on the shores of Tapti River; so as to provide extra protection against Portuguese raids.

Tour operators in India has designed Gujarat tourism in such a way that tourist can touch all the major attractions of its beautiful cities within their tour duration; so don’t miss the opportunity.

  • Kutch
Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

Not utmost, but not less visited tourist destination of Gujarat or one can say naturalist’s paradise. Kutch is visited because of its great crafts and embroidery works. Situated on the bay of Kutch, leading to the Arabian Sea; known as the Rann of Kutch. Kutch offers a range of sightseeing options; some of them are Kutch Museum, known for massive collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions; Aina Mahal, Mahal of mirrors; Swaminarayan Temple, dedicated temple of Lord Krishna and Radha; and Khengar Park & Hamirsar Lake which along with holding the charm of the Kutch.

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Must Visit Destinations in Madhya Pradesh


The central part of Indian continent is the home of innumerable monuments, magnificent forts, exquisitely carved temples, stupas and a number of rivers, which collectively pronounce only one, name, i.e. Madhya Pradesh. The state witnesses countless numbers of tourist traffic in every year from every category whether they are domestic or international. It is the cultural importance and the spellbinding attractions of the state that magnetizes the tour enthusiasts to spend the best holiday in their life in this virgin landscape. The weather of the state is unbearably hot during summers. Therefore, tourist prefers to travel India especially Madhya Pradesh in winter, from October to March.

Tour destinations of the state which you should not miss out:

Khajuraho –

Khajuraho World Heritage Temples

World Heritage Temples, Khajuraho

Khajuraho, the World Heritage Site is also one of the seven wonders of India. The temple is located in the Chhatarpur district, which is very close to the Khajuraho domestic airport. The temples were built by Chandel Kings during medieval Hindu and Jain period. Among all Khajuraho temples Lalgun Mahadev, Lakshmana, Kandariya Mahadev, Chausath Yogini, Devi Jagadambi, etc. are famous. These sandstone temples are known for its erotic sculptures that are beautifully carved on the periphery of the temples. Holiday packages to Khajuraho covers all the major attractions of the city that travelers can choose from the mass. It also includes sightseeing of Jain Museum, Dhubela Museum and Ajaigarh Fort.

Gwalior –

Saas Bahu Temple Gwalior

Saas Bahu Temple, Gwalior

If you want to know the cultural heritage of Madhya Pradesh, then come to Gwalior city. Here, you can find numbers of forts, museum, palaces and temples, which never fails to entice the tourist towards it by its cultural significance.

The massive Gwalior Fort; situated on the top hills of the city, once was the battleground of many rulers, but now it has become a wonderful tourist attraction spot. Apart from that, there are also fascinating attractions such as Man Mandir Palace, Saas-Bahu Temple, Suraj Kund, etc. which are worth watching. This is the city where the great musician Tansen had taken birth. Presently, the Gwalior has become an important tourist destination due to its architectural and historical significance.

Orchha –

Orchha Fort

Orchha Fort

Orchha, a small town of Madhya Pradesh; is situated in the Tikamgarh district, which is very well connected to Jhansi. The city is boarded by Betwa River. The prime attraction of the town is the massive Orchha Fort; was built by Rudra Pratap Singh. The Fort complex has two famous buildings named as Jahagir Mahal and Raj Mandir, those once was the residency of Royal families. Here, you can also find some 16th and 17th century’s temple like Chatur Bhuj temple, Lakshmi Narayan Temple and the Raj Mandir, which have a great religious importance.

Bandhavgarh National Park –

Tiger, Bandhavgarh National Park

Tiger, Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park has two major tourist attractions, one is its wildlife and another one is Bandhavgarh Fort. The National Park is situated in the Umaria district, where tourist can discover highest numbers of tigers. The wide dense forest is the home of many endangered wildlife species like Indian bison, langurs, chital, tigers, nilgais, chinkara, chausingha, wild boars, Jakals, etc. Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari are some unique conveyance, which you can experience during your Bandhavgarh wildlife excursion. Bandhavgarh Fort is considered as the best place for bird watching, where you can find some rare species of birds.

Kanha National Park –

Royal Bengal Tiger, Kanha National Park

Royal Bengal Tiger, Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is one another important attraction of the state; situated in the Mandla and Balaghat districts. This is the largest National Park in Central India, which has a significant population of leopards, sloth dear, wild dog, Barasingha and Royal Bengal Tiger. The dark green forest of Kanha National Park is the home of 1000 species of floral plants, which have a great significance.

Jabalpur –

Marble Jabalpur

Marble, Jabalpur

Jabalpur is situated on the bank of holy river Narmada. The city is loaded with unmatchable natural beauty, which has no comparison with any other cities. Jabalpur is surrounded by rocky hills of granite stones and its mountains are always covered by green grassland. There are numbers of sightseeing options around the city such as Bilhari, famous for ancient sculptors; Roopnath, popular for Shiva Lingam, placed in the cleft of a rock; and Ramnagar Fort which attracts tourists from all over world.

Omkareshwar –

Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh

Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh

Omkareshwar is a sacred temple city of Madhya Pradesh; situated on an island of Narmada River, which is called Shivpuri. Omkareshwar is one of the twelve jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. A continuous flow of Hindu devotees always can be seen in this heavenly place. Boating on the holy river Narmada always attracts tourist to pamper their valuable time. There are also a number of tourist attractions in Omkareshwar that are worth mentioning such as Siddhnath Temple, 24 Avtars, cluster of Jain and Hindu temple; and Kajal Rani Cave.

Mandu –

Jahaz Mahal, Mandu

Jahaz Mahal, Mandu

The ruined town Mandu tells a love story of a Muslim prince whose love story with a poor shepherd girl is still memorized. This historical town is renowned for its ancient history and rocky outcrop. The attractions of the place are Jahaz Mahal, which is situated between two artificial lakes and Baz Bahadur’s Palace, which is famous for its large courtyards encompassed by large halls and high terraces. People also consider Mandu as a perfect honeymoon destination as it is the city of love and delight.

Panna National Park –

Birds Species, Panna National Park

Birds Species, Panna National Park

Panna National Park is the habitat of a number of endangered animals such as tiger, chinkara, sambhar, chital and sloth bear and bird species like Bar-headed Goose, King Vulture, Honey Buzzard and Blossom-headed Parakeet. The park was declared Tiger Reserve in India in 1994 so as to eliminate poaching.

First time visitors to Panna can see the famous diamond mining industry, Rajgarh Palace and Pandav fall, which are some worth visiting attractions of the city.

Bhimbetka Caves –

Bhimbetka Caves

Bhimbetka Caves

Bhimbetka rock shelters once were the dwellings of human beings. An ideal observation on the walls of these caves will take you back to the late Stone Age period where you can find some fascinating paintings of Paleolithic times. It makes easy to differentiate the shape and size of animals of past in comparison to present. Bhimbetka Caves are an archeological heritage site located in Raisen district and are surrounded by the forests of Sal and teak.

Snachi Stupa –

Snachi Stupa Built By Ashoka

Snachi Stupa Built By Ashoka

The old city of Madhya Pradesh, Sanchi is very popular for its well-preserved stupas, which was built by Ashoka in so many years ago. In the large hemispherical domes of Sanchi Stupa, the relics of Lord Buddha are found. This 3rd Century’s Stupa is surrounded by a railing with four carved gateways facing all the four directions. In this city you tourist can also find some wonderful temples, monasteries and pillars, which boost up the beauty of Sanchi.

Maheshwar –

Narmada Ghats, Maheshwar

Narmada Ghats, Maheshwar

Maheshwar is a holy temple city situated on the bank of Narmada River that comes under Khargone District. Maheshwar is one another name of Lord Shiva as Hindu devotees suggest and it is the place where the Almighty inhabited. There are some popular Narmada Ghats, where saint’s worship can be watched early in the morning. Some popular destinations of the place are Rajarajeshwara Temple, Omkareshwar Temple and Ahilyeshwar Temple. Months from July to March is considered the best time to visit Maheshwar because the weather becomes ideal during this time.

Indore –

Rajwada Palace, Indore

Rajwada Palace, Indore

The beautiful city of MP shows a great amalgamation of religious sites, historical places and some enchanting gardens, which will never disappoint the tourists. During your sightseeing of the city you can visit Rajwada Palace. The palace is a perfect blend of French, Mughal and Maratha architectural style. Chhatri Bagh is one another popular tourist attractions due to its beautiful canopies. Tourist can also visit some religious places of Indore like Bada Ganpati, Seth Hukamchand Temple and Kanch Mandir which have a great religious importance. If you wish you can spend couple of times in the most popular zoological park, Kamala Nehru Park to watch some animals, amphibians, carnivores, omnivores and birds.

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