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Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh

Capital City:
73.34 million
Geo Location:
308,252 sq km
Average Climate:
Summer: 23°C – 45°C
Monsoon: 22°C – 35°C
Post-monsoon: 16°C – 32°C
Winter: 10°C – 30°C
Best time to visit:
October to March


About Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is a state in central India and is nicknamed as the `Heart of India' due to its geographical location. Madhya Pradesh is the second largest state in the country by area and is sixth largest state in by population. It borders the states of Uttar Pradesh to the northeast, Maharashtra to the south, Chhattisgarh to the southeast, Gujarat to the west, and Rajasthan to the northwest. Madhya Pradesh was ruled by major dynasties of India which includes Mauryans, Rashtrakutas, Satvahanas, Mughals and the Marathas. By the early 18th century, the region was divided into several small kingdoms which were captured by the British and incorporated into Central Provinces. After India's independence, Madhya Pradesh state was created with Nagpur as its capital and state included the southern parts of the present day Madhya Pradesh and north eastern portion of today's Maharashtra.  In 1956, state was reorganised and its parts were combined with the states of Madhya Bharat, Vindhya Pradesh and Bhopal to form the new Madhya Pradesh. The Marathi speaking Vidarbha region was removed and merged with the then Maharashtra State. Madhya Pradhesh draws visitors for its well preserved remnants of compelling history. The national parks of Madhya Pradesh offer some of the best wildlife spotting opportunities in India.  It has magnificent monuments, palaces and forts, ancient temples and various other heritage sites. From man made wonders to natural beauties, Madhya Pradesh has all to attract tourists. Travel enthusiasts can participate in cultural, pilgrim, wildlife, heritage and sightseeing tours. Main tourist attractions are Khajuraho Temples, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks and cities like Gwalior, Orchha, Sanchi, Mandu & Ujjain.  

Cities to visit

Orchha, 120 kms from Gwalior is a medieval town, looks today much as it must have in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was founded in the 16th century by the Bundela king, Rudra Pratap, on the banks of the sparkling Betwa River and was the capital of Bundela kings until 1738, when it was abandoned in favour of Tikamgarh. Orchha means 'hidden' in Bundelkhandi language. It was named so becau...
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Khajuraho lies to the north of state of Madhya Pradesh. Legend has it that Khajuraho was founded by Chardravarman, the son of the moon god Chandra, who descended on a beautiful maiden as she bathed in a stream. One of the greatest sights is temple complex which saw a flowering of architecture in this small village came through in period 950 to 1050, a mere 100 years. Chandela dynasty built 85 temp...
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Bhopal is capital of Madhya Pradesh and was founded in 11th century by Raja Bhoj but the present city was established by Afghan soldier, Dost Mohammed (1707-1740) and his descendants build Bhopal into a beautiful city. By the 18th century, it was held by a Muslim dynasty whose rulers included several remarkable women, the Begums of Bhopal. The city enjoys a moderate climate and is built on seven h...
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Gwalior founded by Maharaj Suraj Sen and named after Saint Gwalipa, is the northernmost city of Madhya Pradesh and was established in 8th century AD. Gwalior remained a princely state of British Raj before Independence with Scindias as the local ruler. The city is surrounded by high rocky hills from all sides, on the north it forms the border of the Ganga - Yamuna Drainage Basin. It is situated on...
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Ujjain city is situated on the right bank of river Shipra. This is holy city for Hindus and in ancient times was called as Ujjayini. The city exists from the early days of the Indian civilization and it once was also the capital of Avanti and a great center of learning. Ujjain lay on the main trade route between North India and Deccan. Sculptures and monasteries have been found sprinkled...
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Burhanpur a small town in Madhya Pradesh which is barely 20 kms from the Maharashtra Border, founded in 1400 AD by the Faruqi King, Nasir Khan, on the northwestern banks of the Tapti. Burhanpur remains a city of great architectural importance, but its fame rests largely as a piligrimage for Bohra Muslims as well as for Sikhs. Across the Tapti from Burhanpur is one of its most well-known ...
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Holiday packages in Madhya Pradesh

Golden Triangle with Gwalior Tour
Region: Western & Central India
Madhya Pradesh, Agra, Gwalior, Jaipur, Khajuraho, New Delhi, Varanasi

The city of Gwalior is glorious indicia of India’s rich and vibrant past. Bestowed with infinite majestic forts, palaces and...


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