Tourist Places in Vidisha

Places to Visit in Vidisha

Vidisha - #29 of 36 in Madhya Pradesh |
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Vidisha is mostly preferred by travellers from Delhi, Sagar. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Vidisha is, however, mostly preferred by Couple, Single. The best season or months to visit places in Vidisha are January, February, March, October, November, December. There are 13 tourist places in Vidisha, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Vidisha can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Vidisha for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download HolidayIQ.com's Vidisha Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Vidisha, browse through photos & pictures, explore Vidisha using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Vidisha, which are great places to visit, are Shalbhanjika, Bijamandal, Sanchi, Sola-Kambi Temple, Bajramath Temple. Vidisha can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

Vidisha Tourist Places



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Maladevi Temple, Vidisha
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Maladevi Temple, located in the Gyaraspur tehsil of Vidisha district, is a sacred Hindu site. Situated on the slope of a hill, the temple overlooks the valley. Comprising of an entrance-porch and a hall, the sacred shrine is situated on a huge platform, cut out of the... Read More »
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Khamba Baba, Vidisha
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Khamba Baba, also known as Heliodorus Pillar, is a stone column, which was constructed in 110 BC. This stone column was erected by the Greek ambassador of the Indo-Greek King Antialcidas, who came to the court of Bhagabhadra, the Sunga king. Dedicated to Lord Vasudeva, this... Read More »
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Hindola Torana, Vidisha
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Hindola Torana in Gyaraspur tehsil is one of the ornamental entrance arches. This arch leads to a temple either of Vishnu or of Trimurti. With its two upright pillars and cross-beam, this arch is rightly named Hindola, which means a swing. All the faces of the pillars are... Read More »
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Bijamandal, Vidisha
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Bijamandal, which is popularly known as Vijayamandira Temple, is located in Vidisha, the headquarters of the Vidisha District. Constructed in the 11th century, this temple was destroyed in the year 1682. After its demolition, Aurangzeb, the Mughal emperor, constructed a... Read More »
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Bajramath Temple, Vidisha
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Bajramath Temple is a rare temple located in Gyaraspur tehsil. This temple has three shrines or cells that are placed abreast. These shrines are enshrined by Jain idols that belong to the Digambara sect. The sculptures placed on the door frames and niches suggest that... Read More »
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Sola-Kambi Temple, Vidisha
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Sola-Kambi Temple, located in the Badoh town of Kurwai Tehsil, is a Hindu temple that belongs to the age of Guptas. Situated on the Northern side of a local lake, this temple is flat roofed, open and sixteen pillared building  sprawling over an area of 7.62 sq. m..... Read More »
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Shalbhanjika, Vidisha
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Shalbhanjika is a rare stone figure of a Vrishaka that was found at Gyaraspur tehsil.   This sculpture belonged to a period between the 8th and 9th century A.D. the sculpture depicts a figure standing in a tribhang posture. Read More »
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Jain Images, Vidisha
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Jain Images found at Dharampur near Sironj are other major sightseeing attractions.  Of all the images the oldest known monument is an idol of Chandranath, which is the eighth Jain Tirthankar. This huge inscription dates back to time of Vikrama Samvat 1112, corresponding... Read More »
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Sironj Town, Vidisha
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Sironj Town, situated to the north-west of Vidisha, is a place  famous for the Calicos and Muslin. This town is the headquarters of Sironj tehsil and is located close to Kurwai-Kethora Railway Station on the Bhopal-Bina main line. Read More »
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Udayeshwara Temple, Vidisha
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Udayeshwara Temple, located in Udaipur village of the Basoda Tehsil, is one of the most prominent Hindu shrines in the region. The inscriptions found in this temple suggest that the Udaipur Town was founded by the Parmara King Udayaditya during the 11th century A.D. ... Read More »
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Girdhari Temple, Vidisha
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Girdhari Temple, which is known for its sculptures and fine carvings, is a popular attraction in Sironj. The shrines of Jatashankar and Mahamaya that belong to the ancient time are located close to this temple. Jatashankar Temple is situated 3 km towards the south-west of... Read More »
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Lohangi Pir, Vidisha
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Lohangi Pir is a rock formation in Vidisha District that derives its name from Shaykh Jalal Chishti, a saint who was locally known as Lohangi Pir. This small domed building is a tomb, which has two Persian inscriptions on it. One of the inscriptions dates back to 1460 BC,... Read More »
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Dashavtar Temple, Vidisha
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Dashavtar Temple is situated on the north of the local lake, where ruins of a group of small Vaishnava shrines can be found. These small Vaishnava shrines are popularly known as Sadhavatara Temple. The temple comprises a large open pillared hall, in which the pillars are... Read More »

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