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Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS)

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS)

Any exploration of a museum is incomplete without a visit to the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS), in Bhopal. It’s India’s largest Mankind Museum located in the city of lakes with a centre in Mysore. On a sprawling land of over 200 acres, one can see the open-air exhibition of tribal habitats from all corners of India. These dwells are made by the tribes themselves using the indigenous raw material that depict the lifestyle of tribal in the villages.

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National Chambal Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh

National Chambal Sanctuary

The cleanest of all, Chambal is haven for countless wildlife!

The legend has it that the River Chambal originated from the blood of thousands of cows sacrificed by a ruthless king wanting supreme powers. It is said that the dark history of this place is the reason why no industrial town has been established near the river, making it one of the cleanest rivers in India.

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Jabalpur High Court - Madhya Pradesh(MP) Tourism

Jabalpur

British architecture has evolved hugely over the centuries, with styles and patterns from years gone by and have a vast appeal even today. The wonderful masterpieces of colonial architecture are still visible in institutions, utilitarian and government buildings in various destinations of Madhya Pradesh. One such beautiful city that is adorned with the traces of British architecture is Jabalpur.  

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 Pachmarhi

Pachmarhi

Pachmarhi, a hill station in Madhya Pradesh is also known as Queen of Satpura. Besides its beautiful waterfalls and rich biodiversity, this place also catches the fancy of the tourists for its bungalows, buildings and especially Churches from the colonial period. Pachmarhi is quite a treasure trove in itself which was discovered by a British Officer James forsyth and with the British, also came new forms of architecture in Madhya Pradesh.  

 

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Khamba - MPTourism

Khamba

Madhya Pradesh is one of the states in India that has sustained the rich forest cover, maximum national parks & tiger reserves, and the largest number of tribal population.

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Gond Painting- Madhya Pradesh Tourism

Patangarh’s gond paintings

Where words and songs dance on canvas, colors and patterns make musical harmonies… such is the charm of Patangarh’s (Dindori, Madhya Pradesh) gond paintings. These paintings have a unique style and unique art which certainly mesmerizes for its unique theme. Gond art has been ruling for centuries, traditionally adorning the walls of each artists home in Patangarh. However, with the changing times, from the walls of homes, Gond art gradually shifted to paper and canvas.

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Indore Heritage Walk

Madhya Pradesh

One of the most vibrant cities in Madhya Pradesh, Indore is known for having active cultural scenes to surprise the tourists. The city offers a perfect blend of modernity and tradition via its rich legacy of heritage and architecture. Laden with huge monuments and palaces, this city speaks of its intriguing heritage which is one of the USP’s of the place.

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Madhya Pradesh Adventure Tourism - Madhya Pradesh(MP) Tourism

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh has recently won the award for the ‘Best State for Adventure Tourism’ along with Uttarakhand. The heart of incredible India offers the best adventure opportunities to its tourists. From river rafting, mountaineering, jungle safari, heritage walk to food walk, there is something for everyone.

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Madhya Pradesh(MP) Tourism

Madhya Pradesh

It’s been more than two decades that the Ministry of Tourism has been honouring the state tourism boards, hotels, tour operators, guides, and private organisation with rewards via the prestigious National Tourism Awards. Like every year, this year’s award ceremony of ‘National Tourism Awards, 2016-17’ was again held on World Tourism Day on September 27 in order to celebrate the occasion.

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Mandu - Best Heritage City

Mandu

Mandu mesmerizes you for all the right reasons. It is indeed one magical destination mostly preferred to be visited during Monsoon. However when you set out on a journey to a  destination as beautiful as Mandu, you tend to fall in love with its scenic beauty. An excellent offbeat destination, this place is the testament to the love between king Baaz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. One can actually relive the bygone era here. This epitome of architectural excellence recently won the award for ‘Best Heritage City’ during the National Tourism Award ceremony held in New Delhi on World Tourism Day.

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