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Mukundpur

Mukundpur

India’s maiden White Tiger Safari is a treat for wildlife lovers. Located in the heart of India, this beautiful place is surrounded by water bodies at one end and by the forest at the other. Mukundpur is named after Raja Mukund Dev, since it was his birthplace. Mukundpur has a strong historical significance, since the first white tiger of the world was spotted here by Rewa Maharaja Martand Singh in 1951.

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Mitawali, Padavali

Mitawali, Padavali & Bateshwar -

A beautiful set of structures dating back to the Gupta and Gurjara-Pratihara dynasties define the mastery of a historic era. The marvels of Mitawali, Padavali, and Bateshwar temples are situated just a few kilometres from the city of Gwalior.

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Bhopal the city of lakes -MPTourism

Bhopal

Fondly called the ‘City of Lakes’, Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and considered the heartland of India.  Located amidst exquisite lakes, the city is a beautiful combination of regal heritage and breath-taking natural landscapes.

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Bhimbetka

Bhimbetka

Madhya Pradesh has a rich history which dates back to the pre-historic era. In the lap of lush green forest covers, at the southern edge of the Vindhya Hills, there lies a shelter of close to 500 pre-historic rock caves called the Bhimbetka Rock Shelter. Discovered in 1957, these paintings were mainly created by ancient man, as a means to communicate with each other and have served as a record of their lives for generations to come.

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Khajuraho Temples

Khajuraho Temples

Situated nearly 50 kilometres away from Chhatarpur city of Madhya Pradesh, there lies a cluster of temples, famously called the Khajuraho Temples. This site is considered by some as an embodiment of human imagination, history, architecture, heritage, love and passion. Khajuraho is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but is also believed to be one of the Wonders of India. Rich in historical myths, stories, artistic creativity and architectural marvel, these temples are a representative of the art and architecture of ancient India.

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Panna National Park

Panna National Park

Old teak woods, indigenous colourful rocks, clear, pristine waters of the Ken River, the Vindhya mountain ranges and two amazingly high waterfalls make up the setting of one of the most renowned national parks in India. Rich in biodiversity and wilderness, the national park also hosts Asia’s only active diamond mine.

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Patal Pani

Patal Pani

Patal Pani is famous for its waterfall, situated in Mhow. 
The water falls from a height of 150 feet into a kund (pool), the depth of which is still unknown and has been difficult to ascertain.

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Amarkantak

Amarkantak

The Amarkantak region has a rich natural heritage. It is the meeting point of the Vindhya and the Satpura Ranges, with the Maikal Hills being the fulcrum. Three rivers - the holy Narmada, the Sone and the Johila - emerge here.

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Parsili

Parsili

Far away in the north eastern part of Madhya Pradesh, there lies a small hamlet. A place so out of the way and so out of the place in this modern, fast paced world that you are bound to be shocked. And here amidst nothing, you just might meet yourself.

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Tamia

Tamia

Nature is in charge of creating an incredible canvas of beauty, serenity and mystery, in Tamia. The breath-taking forest region hidden from the chaos of the modern world offers an invigorating moments that replenishes the tired souls of the visitors.

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