Madhya Pradesh lies in central India and is surrounded by states all around. The longest river here is the Narmada. One can look at the varied natural beauty here. Right from the majestic temples of Khajuraho to the beautiful national parks to the Khumb Mela in Ujjain, this state won’t disappoint the tourists and would leave a memory for you to behold.

Some Must Visit Best Places In Madhya Pradesh

  • Khajuraho

Khajurahao Jagadambi Temple Madhya Pradesh

This place in Madhya Pradesh offers tourists to look and explore the ancient Indian architecture depicted through its temples. The carvings and paintings on the walls of temples depict royalty, love, war scenes, music, dance and many more which is pleasing to watch especially for the history buffs and explorers.

Some of the best places included in the:

  1. The western group of temples is Lakshmana Temple, Jagdamba Temple, Vishwanath Temple and many more that are open to the public from sunrise to sunset. 

  2. The eastern group of the temple is Hanuman Temple, Brahma Temple, Ghantai Temple, Parsvanath Temple, Adinath Temple and many more. 

  3. The southern group of temples is Dulhadev Temple, Jatkari Temple, and the Beejamandal Temple 

Hire a bicycle for a day and roam around for more fun and memorable experience. Moreover, there is a light and sound show held in the evening for the visitors so don’t forget to watch this.

  • Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park madhya Pradesh

This place gets its name from the Hindu mythology Ramayana as it was built by Rama and given to his brother Lakshman, therefore, holding within a mythological and legendary significance. Here you will find some man-made caves having beautiful inscriptions on them.

This place is the home to the Royal Bengal Tiger and is surrounded by deciduous and sal forests. It is open from 15 October to 30 June and is visited extensively by wildlife lovers.

Some of the other best places include the:

Siddha Baba

Gopalpur

Chakradhar

Shesh Shaya

Bari Gupha

  • Gwalior

Gwalior Fort Madhya Pradesh

Founded by Suraj Sen is this city that was also a princely state during the British administration. The best months for a visit here are from September to February. The place is famous mainly for art, culture, and music. Some great musicians include Tansen and Bajju.

Another great attraction here is the Tansen Sangeet Samaroh every year in December.

Some of the best places include the:

Gwalior Fort

Tansen Memorial

Sarod Ghar

Man Singh Place

Tigra Dam

  • Ujjain

Harsiddhi Temple Madhya Pradesh

Also called the Temple city due to the various temples from different eras here. One can also witness the greatest mela called the Kumbh Mela once in every 12 years. Here is also the oldest bathing ghat called the Ram Ghat. Thus it is one of the religious centers for people from all around.

Some of the other best places include the:

Mahakaleshwar Temple

Harsiddhi Mata Temple

Chintamani Ganesh 

Iskcon Temple 

Kaliadeh Palace

  • Bhopal

 

Taj-Ul-masjid Madhya Pradesh

Known as the City of Lakes founded in 1707 is the capital of Madhya Pradesh called Bhopal. The city has numerous artificial as well as natural lakes and is split by 2 lakes. The old Bhopal is on the north side and the new Bhopal is on the south side. The best months for a visit are from July to March.

The place has the biggest mosque in India that is the Taj-Ul-Masjid and also the largest mad made lake called the Bada Talab or the Bhojtal.

Some of the other best places include the:

Moti Masjid

Gauhar Mahal

Laxmi Narayan Temple 

  • Kanha National Park

Kanha NAtional Park Madhya Pradesh

Spread across an area of 940 km square making it the largest park in Madhya Pradesh. It is spread in the districts of Mandla and Balaghat. The place was inaugurated in the year 1955 and one can spot the Sloth BEar, Royal Bengal Tiger, and many more animal species.

The beauty of the park is added up by the surrounding sal and bamboo trees and the sunset point called the Bamni Dadar. The park was an inspiration for Rudyard’s Jungle Book. For wildlife lovers, there is also a facility of safari that helps you to get a closer look at the flora and fauna.

  • Omkareshwar

Omkareshwar Madhya Pradesh

One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva lies in the sacred lands of Madhya Pradesh here. The island has a natural shape in the form of Om that is very sacred to the Hindus.

To complement the beauty of this place the River Narmada plays a role. Moreover, there is a Shayan arti daily as it is believed that Lord Shiva visits here daily in the evening.

Some of the other best places include the:

Gauri Siddhanath Temple

Kajal Rani Cave

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Shri Omkar Mandhata

  • Pachmarhi

Pandava Caves Madhya Pradesh

Refereed as the Satpura ki Rani is this cool and pleasant hill station that is rich in flora and fauna. The place is home to the highest fall of India called the Rajat Prapat Fall. It is believed that the 5 Pandavas during exile visited this place and rested here in the caves making it hold a mythological significance.

Some of the other best places include the:

Dhoiopgarh

Rajat Prapat Fall

Jata Shankar Caves

Pandava Caves

  • Jabalpur

This is the place where one can find the well known Dhuandhar Falls and the 100 ft white marble rocks. This is also the place where the game of snooker originated. Another great place that attracts people from all across is the best illusion at the Balancing Rock which is a natural geographical formation.

Some of the other best places include the:

Rani Durgavati Museum

Dumna National Park

Chausat Yogini Temple

  • Sanchi

Best visited during the months of July to April is this city in Madhya Pradesh famous for a number of stupas. The stupas showcase Buddhist architecture. It is home to the famous Sanchi Stupa and the Gupta Temple. Another great attraction here is the Ashokan Pillar.

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