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Exalted for its unique medley of religions, cultures and ethnicities, India is sprinkled with a remarkable variety of tourist attractions in Central India tucked in its different parts. When talking about uncovering the history of this magical country, no other place fits the bill as perfectly as the Central part of India. Read here: – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Central India
Exalted for its unique medley of religions,
cultures and ethnicities, India is sprinkled with
a remarkable variety of tourist attractions in
Central India tucked in its different parts. When
talking about uncovering the history of this
magical country, no other place fits the bill as
perfectly as the Central part of India. Also
known as the heart of India, Central India
consists of the states of Madhya Pradesh and
Chhattisgarh which are famous
for their distinct landscape and an extraordinary
cultural set up. Touring these two states would
bring you closer to the real India hidden in
their remotest regions. If you wish to dive into
the history of India, we recommend you to visit
these places featuring in Central India tour
package for a culturally rewarding holiday
Khajuraho Temples
The temples of Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh have
remained a subject of great interest since time
immemorial. These temples are famous around the
world for the exquisite artwork comprising of
sculptures depicting the spiritual teachings,
kinship and royal legacy of the Chandela dynasty.
The stunning sculptures of dancers engraved on
some of the
temple walls grab a lot of attention from the
visitors. If you wish to capture the essence of
this beautiful place, visiting the temples during
the famous Khajuraho dance festival is highly
recommended. Many travel companies in India offer
special tours to Khajuraho during the festival.
The solitary hill station in Madhya Pradesh,
Pachmarhhi welcomes you with scenic vistas of
mountains, waterfalls, valleys and forests.
Situated amidst the Satpura range, this hill
station offers endless opportunities to relax
amidst its serene surroundings. Apart from the
distinct variety of wild plants and animals found
in the forests of Pachmarrhi, another thing that
appeals to the visitors is the famous cave
shelters at Mahadeo hills in Pachmarhhi.
Hampi Ruins
Hampi is a dream destination for archaeologists
and history aficionados and is one of the
best historical places to visit in India. This
heritage city is dotted with an infinite number
of historical monuments, rocks and huge boulders
which give a dated look to this place. Visiting
Hampi takes you back to the era of Vijayanagar
Empire. Exploring the city on a bicycle is the
best way to come close to the origin of
The artistic temples and monuments most of which
now lie in a ruined state. Strolling at the local
bazaar lets you unearth the age old art and craft
belonging to the Vijayanagar dynasty.
The city of pearls is a must visit destination on
your India tours for an insight into the history
and culture associated with this part of India.
This capital of Andhra Pradesh intelligently
interweaves the modern city life with the charm
of the yesteryears present in the form of ancient
palaces and forts like the Golconda fort,
Charminar and Chawmohalla Palace are most famous
monuments of Hyderabad.
The bustling ancient markets in the Old city is a
paradise for those interested in buying antique
jewelry and Muslim art and craft items including
the chikankari embroidered outfits.
Gwalior city is dotted with terrific palaces,
forts and temples which exemplify the rich
cultural heritage of Madhya Pradesh. The city has
witnessed the dominion of several Rajputana
rulers who settled in Gwalior and built many
forts and palaces during their rule. Before
independence, Gwalior enjoyed the status of a
princely city during the British Raj which adds
to the historic appeal of this city. Among its
most notable heritage buildings and places to
Visit in Gwalior are Gwalior fort, Jai Vilas
Palace and Man Singh Palace.
Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
A popular retreat for wildlife lovers located on
the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh
wildlife sanctuary houses a rich collection of
wild animals and birds species residing in the
forests spread over 450 sq. km of land. The
sanctuary is famous for its tiger reserve that
houses the endangered white tigers. The sanctuary
is also famous for its varied flora and fauna
consisting of tall sea grass and sai trees which
dominate most of the land under the
sanctuary. Bandhavgarh fort located at the
innermost regions of the sanctuary is yet another
attraction that pulls in a large number of
tourists to the forests of Bandhavgarh that is a
most valuable part of Jungle Safari Tour.
Kanha National Park
The dark forests of Kanya National Park are
beaming with endless opportunities to offer you
an unbeatable experience of the wildlife. The
popularity of this nature park is attributed to
The Jungle book, which is based on the booming
wildlife found in forests of this nature reserve.
There are about 300 species of wild animals
living inside this sanctuary including
leopards, Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bears, Deers and
wild Cats. The scenic beauty of this nature park
cannot be compared to the other nature reserves
that exist in Madhya Pradesh.
Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh is emerging
as a favored tourist destination as it offers you
a chance to get closer to the rich Indian history
away from the crowds seen in most other tourist
destinations. Every part of this city seems to be
steeped in history and culture of the royal
kingdoms that ruled this region. The breathtaking
sights of the vast paddy fields found in Raipur
add a hint of greenery to its otherwise dull
natural landscape which again forms a wonderful
contrast to the historical monuments and temples
of Raipur visit with reliable travel agent.
Mahant Ghasidas Memorial Museum, Mahamaya temple
and Vivekanand Sarovar are some of the places you
must visit on your trip to Chhattisgarh.
This holy city is one of the seven pilgrimage
points of Hindu religion and is noted as one of
the four venues of the world famous Kumbh Mela.
The city stands next to Shipra River where people
belonging to Hindu religion come to take the holy
bath to absolve themselves of the sins committed
in past lives. The Ujjain city is dotted with an
infinite number of Hindu and Jain temples which
lend a holy atmosphere to this
place. Apart from the temples, the city also
gives a glimpse of history through its historical
monuments like the Jantar Mantar and Kaliadeh
palace. Shri Mahakaleshwar temple, Kal Bhairav
temple and Chintaman temple are worth visiting to
witness the prayer rituals and other traditions
practiced by the Hindus.
Orchha is another historical jewel lying in the
northern part of Madhya Pradesh. The town used to
be the capital of Bundela dynasty and packs a
fantastic variety of ancient monuments built by
Bundela rulers which offer a glimpse of the
magnificent Bundela architecture. Here, you are
sure to be left amazed by the bewitching beauty
of the palaces that are sure to transport you
into the yesteryears. The stunning
architecture of Jehangir Mahal would leave you in
awe of the history of the Rajput rulers. Other
prominent attractions worth exploring in Orchha
are Raha Mahal, Rai Praveen Mahal and Phool bagh.
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