Have you watched Madhya Pradesh Tourism’s TVC titled, “Dil ho Bacchhe Sa?” This Ad swirling between wildlife sanctuaries and sterling Kanheri Sarees sums up MP so well with its toy story. Madhya Pradesh is the heart of incredible India and it beats with historic treasure buried under the dust of historical landmarks, ayurvedic forests, traditional handloom, and extensive national parks. From Khajuraho’s 10th-century temples to 800 sculptures of Kandariya Mahadeva, there’s so much to see. Each of these marvels has a fantastic story to tell. As, a matter of fact, the ancient inscriptions of MP will take you by surprise. Not only, do they depict an ultra-liberal abode, but also, the extraordinary craftsmanship of its time.
When travelling to Madhya Pradesh; Indore, Bhopal, Khajuraho, Gwalior and Sanchi, are some of the hotspots you must discover. Indore is well-connected to wonderful historic sites, dwelling in Janapaw, Mandav, Maheshwar, Ujjain, and Omkareshwar. Likewise, from Bhopal, you can travel to Bhim Beteka and Sanchi Stupa. Khajuraho, on the other hand, exhibits temples that have a distinct charm as they showcase the finest and the oldest stone carvings of India. Apart from architectural wonders, Madhya Pradesh is also famous for its widespread wildlife sanctuaries, where you can spot a fascinating range of wildlife. Many people like to visit MP only for its wildlife retreats. As in this state, you have the best chance of spotting a Royal Bengal Tiger than elsewhere India. Kanha, Pench, and Bandhavgarh will quench your wildlife thirst.
In between, enjoy the sightings of amazing forts, temples and quiet countryside. Other than these, Madhya Pradesh’s glorified persona is also the result of its handloom history. Maheshwar, a small town near Indore, is celebrated for its decade-old handloom factories. One must explore this little town to see how skilled-craftsmen weave their passion onto the fabric. If you are seeking unique travel adventures, then venture out to the tribal zones of Chhattisgarh, Ujjain and Omkareshwar. Both Ujjain and Omkareshwar are renowned Jyotirlingas which make them a famous tourist spot. At Omkareshwar, the Ghat, sums up life and death, in one frame. On one end is the fiery, fire of burning dead while, on the other, a newly wedded couple seeking blessings for their new life. Irrespective of what your travel motive is, don’t forget to take a cool-dip in River Narmada while you are here.