Travel Viewpoint

Bhopal: Delightful & Wonderful

Beautiful Bhopal sprawls picturesquely around two artificial lakes on gently rolling hills. The city Bhojapal was named after its founder Raja Bhoja, the famous 10th-century ruler of the Parmar dynasty, who is believed to have built a dam (pal) across the Narmada river. The glorious city was destroyed in the 15th century by Sultan Hoshang …

Gwalior-The Ancient Capital City

Gwalior, the ancient capital city has been a cradle of great dynasties and a living heritage of heroism. Its antiquity dates back to the 8th century, when Suraj Sen, a chieftain, founded the city and named it after Gwalipa, a legendary saint who cured him of a deadly disease. Gwalior, the city of palaces, temples, …

Astonishing Jabalpur

It is a major administrative and educational center. The spacious cantonment area is dotted with an unusual number of Christian schools, colleges, churches, and colonial residences. Jabalpur was the pleasure resort and capital of Gond Kings during the 12th century and was later the seat of the Kalchuri dynasty. The main attractions are – Madan …

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Mandu Mandu, set picturesquely at the edge of the Vindhya range, overlooking the Narmada river was once known as Shadiabad, the Citadel of Joy’. It was the pleasure resort of the rulers of Malwa and echoes with love tales of poet prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Rupmati. Jahaz Mahal: The 400 ft. long and 50 …

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh “The Heart Of India”

And yeah, February is undoubtedly a beautiful month to travel where ever you want! But to be very honest, traveling to Madhya Pradesh would be really fun. Marvelous Madhya Pradesh, the many splendored lands, is set in the very heart of India. It envelopes you with the sense of a great past, as it bears …

Bandhavgarh National Park

The famous park set amidst the outlying hills of the Vindhyan ranges was earlier maintained as a “shikargarh” or the game preserve of the Maharajahs of Rewa. The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India. It is also renowned as the “White Tiger Country”, as Maharaja of Rewa discovered …

Sanchi Stupa

Spectacular Sanchi

Spectacular Sanchi is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its archaeological and historical value. The Sanchi hill teems with stupas, monasteries, temples, and pillars and is the largest site of Buddhist remains in India. However, it is not directly connected with the life of Lord Buddha as other Buddhist pilgrim centers. The …

Khajuraho-The World Heritage Site

Khajuraho, the World Heritage Site is studded with ornately carved shrines built by the Chandelas. Over 85 temples were built between 950-1050 AD, in a truly inspired burst of creativity. Today, only 22 temples have survived, which constitute one of the world’s great artistic wonders. Each shrine stands on a high, masonry platform, with a …

Visit Indore, It Is Beautiful!

Indore, the seat of Holkars is set on the banks of river Saraswati and Khan in the heart of picturesque Malwa plateau. It was planned and built by Rani Ahilya Bai and named after the 18th century Indreshwar temple. Formerly a major textile trading center, the city has emerged as a throbbing mini-metropolis with a …

Kanha National Park

The park lies right in the heart of Kipling country, near the Wainganga river, of which Kipling wrote so vividly in his Jungle Book. It was constituted into a National Park in 1955 and a Tiger Reserve was created in 1974. Kanha has been nominated as the ‘Best Maintained Tourist Friendly National Park’. It covers …