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Indore is the most populous and the largest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It serves as the headquarters of both Indore District and Indore Division. It is also considered as an education hub of the state and has campuses of both the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management.Located on the southern edge of Malwa Plateau, at an average altitude of 553 meters (1,814 ft) above sea level, it has the highest elevation among major cities of Central India.

 Malwa Darshan
 03Hotel Nights /04 Days
Ujjain – Omkareshwar – Indore
Standard : INR 9,500

 India ka Dil Dekho
07 Hotel Nights /08 Days
Indore –  Ujjain –Bhopal
Pachmari – Kanha – Jabalpur
Standard : INR 21,000
#Khajrana Ganesh Temple

An important pilgrimage center, Khajrana Ganesh temple in Indore is a devotees delight. This temple, which is built by Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar is a crowd puller in the locality. It is believed that all the wishes will be fulfilled after praying here. Large numbers of devotees gather here on Wednesdays and Sundays to offer their reverence and prayers.

#Krihna Pura Chatri

Chhatris (cenotaphs) are the royal tombs of the erstwhile rulers of the Holker clan. These cenotaphs are placed on the banks of the beautiful river Khan, and these chhatris exhibit excellent architectural brilliance. A marvelous remnant of a glorious reign, the Chhatris survived the passage of time. The typical Maratha style architecture with domes and pyramidal spires, Chhatris allures the tourists with its historical enigma. When illuminated at night, the chhatris gleam brightly and it presents an eye-catching spectacle. The artificial lake constructed on the river beds of Khan river with fountains, gardens and boating facilities adds a special charm to this marvelous cenotaphs.h splendor.The serene surroundings coupled with holiness, this majestic temple give the devotee an unusual feeling of warmth.

#Lal Bagh Palace

Built between the late 19th and early 20th century, the Lal Bagh Palace is one of the finest architectural evidence left by the great Holkar dynasty. Located in the modern day Indira Nagar in Indore, the Lal Bagh Palace has evolved into a major local attraction of Indore receiving a huge footfall of tourists visiting this beautiful city.

The Palace demonstrates the lifestyle of Maratha rulers in an elaborate form. As was the trend among the late Indian Nobility, the gorgeous interior is largely dominated by the European architecture along with beautiful Italian marble pillars. The main gates of the Lal Bagh Palace were shipped from England and are a replica of the gates of Buckingham Palace, London. The gates also carry the Holkar state emblem.

#Kanch Mandir

Kanch Mandir is actually a Jain Temple located at Indore. Indore abounds in numerous temples and heritage sires. One of them is the Kanch Mandir. This temple is one of the prime attractions at Indore at present. The Jains are supposed to be the followers of Mahavira. It is a stringent religion and harder than Buddhism. Mahavira was the last Tirthankara. A Tirthankara is the one who creates the four fold order namely the Monk, Nun, Layman and the laywoman. There are two different sects of Jains. They are Digamvara and the Svetambara. While the latter wears white clothes the latter does not wear any. Jainism has been elaborately inscribed in the glass paintings of the Kanch Mandir, Indore.

#Rajwada

Rajwada is a magnificent and historical palace that is located in the city of Indore and was constructed by the Holkars more than 200 years ago. It is a seven-storied structure located near the Chhatris and serves as an excellent example of royal grandeur and architectural skills. Located near the famous Kajuri Market in Indore, Rajwada stands out from the surroundings. However, there are two parts to this architectural landmark – The newer one lies in the northern part of the city while the older one, lies in the old town place.

Nestled between the crowded streets of the Kajuri Bazar and facing the main square of the city, the Rajwada palace also faces a well-maintained garden that houses a statue of Queen Ahilya Bai, an artificial waterfall and some beautiful fountains. Even after all these years, the palace continues to be one of the most famous tourist spots in Indore and is one of the oldest structures too.

#Sarafa Bazar

Indore’s famous Sarafa Bazar is known for its amazing street food and great options it offers for shopping. Amazing Indian sweets like rabdi, gulab jamun, jalebi and basundi are available at every nook and corner. Butte ka kees is a specialty and the chaat here is also quite popular. Such eateries make Sarafa bazaar an extremely lively hangout place at night.