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    Indore

    Indore is the largest city of Madhya Pradesh. The place is known for its architectural beauty. There are beautiful historical monuments in the city narrating the story of its glorious past.

    The main tourist attractions of Indore are:

    Annapurna Temple: This ancient temple of Indore is dedicated to one of the oldest temple in the city is Goddess Annapurna. The temple is built in the Indo-Aryan and Dravidians architectural style. There is no mandaps or pillared halls in the temple. There are four big elephants made of plaster of Paris in the main gate. The other main attractions of the temple are the the fourteen and half feet high idol of Lord Kashi Vishwanath in Padmasanath position and the pravachan hall situated near Dashahara Maidan.

    Bada Ganpati Temple: The temple was built in 1875, during the reign of Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar. This temple has the largest Ganapati statue (from crown to foot the deity measures eight meters in length) in the world.

    Bijasen Tekri: This is an ideal picnic spot in Indore. The place is surrounded by gardens and a small lake. This is a good sunset view point. . There is a temple dedicated to Bijasen Mata at the top of the hill. Once the guest house of Holkars at the top of the hill has now been converted into Border Security Arms Museum.

    Chappan Chowk: This is one of the famous local markets of the city.  Chappan Chowk is also known as Chaat Market. This is the only market where varieties of Indian food are served and also all are served at reasonable rates. There is a cloth market also located on the Chappan Chowk with number of cloth factories where both good and cheap quality clothes are available.

    Chhatri Baug: Here you can find tombs erected in memory of the dead Holkar rulers and their families. There are seven tombs housed in two compounds. This is a great example of the Maratha rulers skill in the field of architecture.

    Lal Baag Palace: This is one of the beautiful buildings in Indore.  The palace is a three storey building built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar.

    Kanch Mandir: This Jain temple is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. The temple is also known as Seth Hukamchand temple as it was built by Sir Hukamchand Seth.

    Rajwada: This is the historical palace of Holkars. This palace is located near the Chhatri Baug.

    Central Museum (Indore Museum): This Museum exhibits the finest collection of Parmar sculptures from Hinglajgarh. It is here in Indore the Parmar style originated. This art style includes stone figures with careful detailed ornamentation. There are also the best collections of sculptures from medieval and pre-medieval Hindu and Jain period.

    The city has many shopping complexes, malls, and markets selling colorful glass bangles, wood-carved products, leather toys and embroidered saris. The traditional Maheswari saris here are very famous.

    There are many more tourist places to visit in Indore. The best time to visit Indore is during winter season from October to March. The nearest airport to Indore is Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport, about 8 km from the city and the nearest railway station to Indore is Indore Junction.

    There are many holiday homes available in Indore providing all required amenities to the visitors. We have listed some of the best budget holiday rentals in Indore in our website. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

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