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A trading hub between the Deccan and Delhi in the 16th century, the city of Indore was discovered by Rao Nandlal Chaudhary. Later, Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar, with her keen interest in education and planning, built the largest city in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Indore, being ranked as 'the cleanest city in India' for the fifth consecutive year has reserved its place in the first 20 cities to be developed as smart cities as well.
The metropolitan yet traditional vibe of Indore attracts tourists for fabulous places to visit and fantastic food to taste.
Today, Indore has numerous places to visit from a spectacle of majestic palaces co-existing with commercial centers. The birth-land of The Indore Gharana of Hindustani Classical Music has a rich history of the architectural marvel from the Maratha era that allures the visitors. Indore is home to spectacular The Kanch Mandir, which is made entirely of glass and mirrors, luxurious Lal Bagh Palace and Royal Rajwada. Tourists can also visit the exotic natural wonders such as Gulawat Lotus Valley, Choral Ghat and Patalpani in the outskirts of the city.
Apart from being considered as the Madhya Pradesh's commercial capital, it is also known for mouth-watering culinary experience.
Indore is no less than a food paradise for foodie tourists. Its signature dishes like Poha Jalebi, Mawa Bati & Bhutte ki kees are popular across the nation. A visit to Indore is never complete without having scrumptious food at citie's Sarafa bazaar & Chappan Dukan.
With a perfect balance of heritage & modern culture, Indore will make you ask for more on every visit of yours.
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Sarafa Bazaar in Indore is a must-visit place if you relish street food. The streets turn into a food paradise at night.
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The temple has one of the biggest statues of Lord Ganpati in the world, measuring 25 feet from crown to foot.
Unique to Maratha architecture, these are cenotaphs built in the memory of Holkar rulers.
Packed with quietness and tranquility, Choral Dam, 40 KMs from Indore in Mhow is an ideal place for weekend getaway and a nice place to hangout with family and friends.
Built by Sir Hukamchand Seth in early 20th century, this temple is made entirely of glass and mirrors.
Famed as one of the grandest monuments built by the Holkar dynasty, the Lal Bagh Palace is an opulent multi-storey structure. Its main gates are said to be a replica of the gates used in London's Buckingham Palace and were exclusively shipped from England.
Set within the striking landscape, Patalpani waterfall, 33 KMs from Indore is a popular picnic spot near Indore. With streaming/flowing water and calming natural surroundings, it makes for a perfect go-to-place for an outing with friends and family! Head to this glorious waterbody to enjoy your monsoon escape!
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A glistening jewellery market during the day and a buzzing-with-foodies chat food bazaar by night.
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The best time to visit Indore is from July to April.