Secrets of Central India

Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh

Central India mainly refers to Madhya Pradesh, the “Heart of India”. This area has a lot of natural and artificial wonders, a diversity of living things, hill stations, religious sites and some historical monuments.

The states in the area of Central India still remain a royal amorous feeling, having many ancient monuments and colonial relics. Also, there are some finest national parks and temples in India. Following is a brief introduction about some most popular tourist attractions in Central India.

Bhopal
Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. This ancient is established in the 11th century and still maintains some aristocratic feelings of its former rulers. There are some fine palaces and mosques in this city.

Khajuraho
Khajuraho used to be the capital city of Chandela Rajputs, Bundelkhand. The world-famous Khajuraho Temple was just constructed in this city. This temple was established in the 10th century and is still a representative of the medieval Hindu architecture.

Gwalior
Gwalior is situated in the northernmost part Madhya Pradesh. This town has always been the gathering place of the most famous Indian classical musicians. Gwalior Fort, constructed on a huge rock massif, is one of the most famous attractions in Gwalior.

Bandhavgarh
As a famous attraction in Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh is especially famous for its wildlife national park, which covers a large area of about 1168 square kilometers. There is a diversity of living thing in this park. Here you can have a view of some fantastic fauna as well as flora.

Orchha
Orchha used to be the capital city of Bundela rulers, but now it has become a village. There are many ancient but well-retained temples and palaces, which can be traced back to the 16th century. The most famous temple is the Shrine of Rama, which attracts numerous pilgrims to worship every year.

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