An investment in travelling is very important for our heats. Travelling fills our mind with stories and memories. We must always learn about new places and explore as much as possible.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the best places to explore in the country. Beauty, Adventure and culture, Madhya Pradesh has it all
Let’s discover the top 10 places to visit in the State of Madhya Pradesh-
Kanha National Park
Located in the Maikal chain of hills, this tiger reserve is an abode of flaura and fauna. The reserve is spread across the Madala and the Kalaghat distict. Kanha National park is said to be one of the best tiger reserves in the world. It’s beautiful landscapes , it’s dense maroon forests and abundant wildlife which consists of tigers, barasingha, and the swamp deer is a treat to the eyes.
Built on a hilltop at Sanchi by emperor Ashoka, Sanchi Stupa is a Buddhist complex and is surrounded by smaller temples and monasteries. It is one of the most important monuments in Indian architecture.
Tomb of Tansen
Tansen was one of the greatest musicians of India who sang in the court of Akbar. His voice was so powerful that it is believed that he could make it rain by singing. The tomb of Tansen is his small tomb located in the city of Gwalior.
If you are a mythological fan than you one must visit the Pandava Caves. According to legends, these caves were built by the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata. It is believed that they built during their years of exile in a hill station in Hoshangabad.
The Khujrao temple group is a world heritage site built in 950 AD by the Chandela dynasty. The Hindu and Jain temples here are mesmerizing. The temples are intricately carved and are one of the most beautiful monuments of medieval India.
Gwalior fort is one of the most extravagant fort of central India. Built by a local king, the fort spreads on an area of three square km. the fort has two gates and certain palaces like the Gujari Mahal, Man mandir palace and the Shah Jahan Mahal. While visiting MP, a visit to Gwalior fort is a must to experience its rich culture.
The Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the twelve reserved jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. This Jyotirlinga is located on an island Mandhata in Narmada river.
Jai Vilas Palace
The Jai Vilas palace is a symbol of India’s rich and grand culture. The palace was built by the Maharaja of Gwalior to welcome Prince of Wales, Edward VI. Each room of the palace has a history to it.
Dai ka Mahal
Located in the city of Mandu, the tomb is located on the banks of sagar Talo. The tomb is partly ruined but provides insights into Islamic architecture.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Located in the Umaria district, Bandavgarh is spread over an area of 105 sq km. the density of tigers in the reserve is one of the highest in India. Not only this park hosts tigers, leopards and deers but it also has rich historical importance. This place has been linked to Ramayana. It is believed that lord Ram gifted this fort to his younger brother Laxmana.