INDORE -TRIP

Indore  is the most populor and the largest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It serves as the headquarters of both Indore District and Indore Division.

If you visit indore first time than, you have to start your trip from morning breakfast like (indori-poha, jalebi, kachodi & chai)

After taking brkfast, the first place to visit is.

1. RAJWADA -PALACE

Rajwada is a historical palace in the city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It was built by the Holkars of the Maratha Empire about two centuries ago. This seven storied structure is located near the Chhatris and serves today as a fine example of royal grandeur and architectural skills.

2. LALBAGH-PALACE

Lalbagh Palace is a residence of the Holkar Maharaja of Indore State in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
Construction began in the late 19th century and was completed in 1926. It was built in the Italian Renaissance Revival architecture style.

NOTE** PHOTOSHOOT IS NOT ALLOWED AT THIS PLACE

3. KHAJRANA GANESH TEMPLE

Khajrana Ganesh Temple is a pilgrimage center in Indore in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, dedicated to Ganesha. Built during reign of Holkar dynasty . This temple was built in 1735 by queen Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar of the Holkar dynasty.

4.GOMATGIRI-TEMPLE

· The Gomatgiri is a Jain Temple. As it is situated on a hill top and giving a perfect view of the city so becomes a must see location. It houses a very beautiful & elegant white marble structure of around 21 feet high. It’s a wonderful place for family outing.

NOTE** YOU CAN HAVE YOUR LUNCH OVERHERE.. (BEST JAIN THALI )

WE HAVE TO LUNCH NOW... #hungry

5.CENTRAL MUSEUM

Central Museum, also known as the Indore Museum, is one of the most interesting buildings in Indore. It is a treat for the people who are genuinely fascinated by the history of India and the rich civilization that flourished here in the pre historic age. It is located near the General Post Office in Indore.

6. KAMLA NEHRU ZOO

The Indore Zoo in Madhya Pradesh, also known as Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalayais a huge zoological garden, located in  the centre of city in Navlakha area on the banks of Khan river. The zoo was established in 1974 in a mere area of 17 acres of land but kept on enlarging itself gradually and now stands at a huge area of 51 acres.

7.TREASURE ISLAND MALL

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Treasure Island is Indore’s first shopper’s heaven. By operating under the Nexus group of malls, Treasure Island gives Indore an unrivaled shopping experience which is #BetterRealised. Treasure Island houses many International and Indian brands, which guarantees that the consumer will find whatever they are looking for.

8.FUNDORE

Fundore is among the best amusement parks in Indore, where you can explore all the avenues of fun, joy, and excitement with your family, friends, and colleagues. Located on the city’s outskirts, Fundore adventure park in Indore is a must-visit for adventure seekers! Let the journey begin.

9.CHAPPAN DUKKAN

Chappan Dukan is one of Indore’s choicest street food hubs that serve specials, chaat, idli and dosa with equal gusto. Chappan Dukan literally means fifty-six shops. At the time when it was established, 56 separate shops were started here, all selling food items. The evenings light the place up like nothing else with people consuming the delectable spread with enthusiasm.

This street is famous for delicious & cheap snacks and sweets of Indore

NOTE** YOU CAN ENJOY THE CHAPPAN BHOG HERE..

10.SARAFA BAZAR

Sarafa Bazaar  Sarafa Market is a jewellery market and night street food court located in central Indore, India. Sarafa is one of the market in India which remains as a jewellery marketplace at daytime and converts itself into a street food court at night. The market consists of two sub-markets namely Bada Sarafa Bazaar and Chhota Sarafa Bazaar. Indore’s Sarafa Bazaar is a popular tourist place because of its cuisine and night lifestyle.

WE ARE GOING TO EAT DINNER NOW

NOTE**(HOTEL RAJHANS) THIS HOTEL IS BEST FOR DINNER, AND IT’S 300MTRS. FROM SARAFA BAZAR.

WE ARE GOING TO EAT BRKFAST OF NEXT MORNING SO, WE CAN EXPLORE  CLEAN CITY TODAY ALSO

11. KANCH MANDIR

Kanch Mandir is a Jain Temple that is popular for its exquisite glass paintings along with different coloured glass pieces embedded in every nook and corner of the temple. The temple providing the visitors with a spectacle which is not only intriguing to many but also shows what creativity was all about in the times of the Holkar Dynasty.

It is also known as the Seth Hukamchand Temple, as it was built by the “Cotton King” Sir Hukamchand Seth in the early 20th century. 

12.ISKCON INDORE

Iskcon temple is a popular Indore tourist attraction. While doing Indore city tour, tourists often visit this beautiful temple complex and spend sometime here. It is a chain of temples developed and managed by Hare Rama Hare Krishna mission and can be seen in large number of small and large cities in India and even outside India.

13.SIRPUR LAKE

The rainfed lake, which goes under the Indore Municipal Corporation. Sirpur lake is a completely secured water body and a protected flying creature living space where transitory winged animals keep on coming on their regular visits each year. Expansive feathered creatures like Greater Flamingo and Sarus Crane both visit Sirpur Lake.

14.LOTUS LAKE GULAWAT

· While every spot at the Gulawat Lotus Valley in Indore is as stunning as it could get, you should definitely catch a glimpse of the quaint 100-metre bridge located over the lake. From here, you can get a mesmerising panoramic view of the lake and surfaced lotuses making it one of the best places for sightseeing in Indore.

15.MANDU OR MANDAVGAD FORT

Mandu or Mandavgad is an ancient city in the present-day Mandav area of the Dhar district. It is located in the Malwa region of western Madhya Pradesh, India, at 35 km from Dhar city. In the 11th century, Mandu was the sub division of the Tarangagadh or Taranga kingdom. This fortress town on a rocky outcrop about 100 km (62 mi) from Indore is celebrated for its architecture.

16. ASIRGARH FORT

It is an Indian Fortress that is situated between Tapti and Narmada, north of Burhanpur city, in the former Central Provinces and the present state of Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the ancient forts that has been standing tall for centuries and has many tales to tell. Spread across an area of 60 ac of land, Asirgarh Fort is around 20 km from Burhanpur City in Madhya Pradesh.

WE ARE GOING TO TAKE LUNCH NOW...

17. TINCHA FALLS

About 25 km from Indore, Tincha Falls, is an ideal weekend getaway. The water drips from a height of about 300 ft and it facilitates for bathing in the river upstream.The exhuberent and spectacular waterfall has a pond nearby, which enhances the beauty of the place.

18. DHARAMPURI

Dharampuri is a quaint little town filled with historical gems in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh set along the banks of river Narmada, was also said to be the birthplace and abode of Narmada’s daughter Roopmati who married the ruler of Mandu; Baz Bahadur.

19. MOHADI FALLS

The breathtaking sight of water falling from a height is always thrilling, and Mohadi Waterfalls are just the perfect spot where you would take your family to visit for a picnic. Easily accessible, the Waterfall is located at a distance of 30 kms from Indore, it is an idyllic picnic spot if you are looking for a break from the monotony of life and want to be with your family.

20. JANAPAV HILL

Janapav is around 48 kms from Indore city and is known as birthplace of Lord Parshuram. It is situated on a hill and is also called Janapav Kuti. There is an ashram on top of the hill which is said to be the ashram of Lord Parshuram’s father. His mother was believed to be a medical practitioner who had grown variety of herbs on the hill.

BAWANGAJAJI

Bawangaja is a famous Jain pilgrim center in the Barwani district of southwestern Madhya Pradesh in India. Located about 6 kilometers south of River Narmada, its main attraction is the world’s second largest megalithic statue of Lord Rishabhadeva, the first Jain Tirthankara. The statue is 84 feet high. It was created early in the 12th century. The statue is supported from the back unlike the Gommateshwara statue of Lord Bahubali at Shravanabelagola, Karnataka. Along with the statue, the area has a complex of eleven temples.

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