Madhya Pradesh, one of the most populous states in India, is bestowed with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, two of the famous twelve Jyotirlingas, and a hotspot that hosts Kumbh Mela every twelve years.
Housing some of the splendid constructions, Orchha is nestled on the banks of Betwa River. The unique medieval charm of this popular historic destination in Madhya Pradesh cast a spell on the visitors.
The sublime beauty of Chitrakoot brings lots of tourists to the popular tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh. The majestic city finds mention in the Hindu epic Ramayana as the dwelling place of Lord Ram and Goddess Sita during their exile.
Kanha National Park
People swarm this famous wildlife holiday destination in Madhya Pradesh in July to spot royal Bengal tigers which inhabit here in good numbers. Over 400 species of birds, including rare and exotic, are found here.
Mandu or Mandavgad is a treasure trove of architectural wonders and history dating back to the 6th century BC. The magnificent temples add a majestic charm to the city.
The royalty and chivalry of the glorious past of the state is better experienced at Gwalior. Dominated by a massive fort perched on a hill, the city is dotted by many other historical monuments of Madhya Pradesh.
Positioned along the bank of River Shipra, the ancient city is thronged by devotees during the Kumbh Mela which is held here after every 12 years.
Imbued in tranquillity, Sanchi is home to the very famous Sanchi Stupa - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Great Mughal Emperor Ashoka installed the Great Stupa in the 3rd century BC.