An elusive piece of architecture located in the heart of the city and built almost two centuries ago- Rajwada is your escapade to the imperial magnificence of Holkar Empire.
Khajrana Ganesh Mandir-
World’s largest Ganpati statue amidst the bustling noise of town will divulge you in transcendence. Khajrana remains famous around the locale for its credence.
A rather captivating waterfall in a landlocked area, Paatalpani is home to scenic flora. One can also enjoy the highs and lows of the train ride to reach here.
Historical Monuments of Mandu-
Its history begins in the 6th century, however, today it remains as a piece of architectural brilliance. Ship palace, Rani Roopmati Pavillion, Hindola Mahal and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb are there to name a few. Not less than heaven during monsoons, Mandu is a must visit for everyone.
Ahilyabai Ghats, Maheshwar-
Away from the hustle and bustle of tourist, vendors and hawkers—these ghats spread spirituality in the air. A clean and wide historic ruin which is a jewel of M.P.
One of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga, Omkareshwar is said to have a shape like Hindu symbol Om. Other attractions include Amareshwar and Mamleshwar which are highly exemplified erections.
Mahakaleshwar Temple, Ujjain-
This is the world-famed temple because of Bhasma Aarti. The rituals are performed with fresh ashes; another eerie practise include skull garland of Lord Shiva.
Laal Bagh Palace, Indore-
This place has kept the relics of bygone from the Gregorian era. Italian and Indian paintings from that period adorn the wall of this palace.
Sarafa Bazaar, Indore-
Indore’s jewellery market in the daytime and a street that hosts Indore’s biggest food carnival during night time is none other than eminent Sarafa. Jalebi, Malpua and typical Malvi delicacies are the highlights.
Kaanch Mandir, Indore-
The inside of this temple is covered with a glorious veil of mirror work—that not only stands alone when it comes to exquisiteness but also flouts the usual style.