1. GWALIOR FORT
This fort of Gwalior is very old but no certain period to build this fort is known. According to folk story, it is believed that, this fort was constructed in 3rd century by “SURAJ SEN PAL” and his 84 progeny kept possessions on it. This fort span over 3 square km which enclose many worth seeing spots like – Temples, Several Water Tanks, Karan Palace, Jahangir Palace, Gujri Mahal, Jahan Mahal etc. There is also a place where women burnt their selves after the defeat of king in one battle that place called “Jauhar kund”. This is the very beautiful place where you can go to visit.
2. KHAJURAHO GROUP OF MONUMENTS
“The Khajuraho Group of Monuments” is constructed by Rulers of “Chandela Dynasty”. It took around 100 years and built between 950 to 1050 Century. There were originally 85 temples, spread around 22 square km, made by sandstone or granite those have widespread reputation for its “nagara style architecture and erotic sculptures” but presently only 25 left which is spanning in 6 km sqaure area. These temples were dedicated to Hinduism and Jainism to diverse the religion between the two community. These monuments are included in “UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES”.
“Pachamri” is the very popular hill station of Madhya Pradesh also known as “Queen Of Satpura” (Satpura Ki Rani) located in dhupgarh’s valley in satpura range at the height of 1067 m. There are many sites such as – Bee fall ( A very charming waterfall), Apsara Vihar Waterfall, Rajendra Giri, Gupt Mahadev Cave, Silver fall and many more But the most popular destination of pachmarhi is the “Caves” which were constructed by “Pandava Brothers” during the 13th year of their exile. This is amazing place and the view from the top of the hill provide pleasure and delight to our mind, heart and soul.
Indore is the well known city of Madhya Pradesh, India for its cleanliness but along with it is also eminent for tourism attraction place for the visitors. There are many places to visit like – “Lal Bag Palace” – it is famous for its quality of being magnificent or grand, “Rajwada” – well known for its 7 storey building, skillfully laid garden and manmade waterfalls, “Kanch Mandir”, “Annapurna Temple”, “Bada Ganpati”, “Chappan Dukan” and many more places of Indore is roamable because of its own Beauty and virtue.
“UJJAIN”, located on the bank of kshipra river, is the very old city of india and famous for its history in the whole world. This is also contemplate as the holiest city of india and a principal “HINDU” pilgrimages place. There are some Temples which attract the tourists across the world like – Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, Kal Bhairav Temple, Jantar Mantar or Ved Shala and Ramghat etc. In the Ujjian Kumbh Mela ( popularly known as the Simhastha) also takes place in every 12 year on the bank of Kshipra river where Hindu pilgrimages mass together to take bath on holy river.
Bandhavgarh is famous for The National park which is known for its diversity in the world. This park is spanning around the 105 sqaure km and announced National park in the year 1968. In this park over 20 species of animals and myriad species of birds are available. The centre of attraction in this palce is Royal Bengali tigers, White Tigers, deer and leopards etc. From the FORT,.which is established inside the park in the hillock at the height of 810 foot, the view of national park is very spectacular and enchant.
7. BHOPAL – CITY OF LAKES
“BHOPAL” is, Established in 11th century, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh and one among the greenest cities of india, which is known for its Natural and Artificial Lakes. The upper lake and Lower lake of bhopal is most attractive places especially at the sunset. There are some Mosque like – Jama masjid, Taj-ul-masjid (Largest mosque of Asia) and Moti masjid also Centre of attraction except these all still here some gardens such as “Aish bagh”, Farhat Afza bagh, Kamla Park, Van Vihar National Park etc which all are worth seeing. Those gives us pleasure, delight and enhance our joy.
MANDU is the very aged city which was come into the existence in 6th century. Due to established on hill area it provide a better defensive position because of which this city was favorite for all and ruled by several rajas and maharajahs. This is surrounded by almost 37 km battlemented wall dotted with 12 gateways which enclose several rubber necking palaces, Temples, Mosque and many Afghan architectural heritage. Namely – Jahaj Mahal (Ship Palace), Rani Roopmati Pavilion, Rani Roopmati Palace, Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, Jami Masjid, Nilkanth Mahal, Baz Bahadur Palace, Ashrafi mahal and many more which is worth seeing places in the “MANDU”.