Indore Tourism

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Ashish Sehgal

Ashish Sehgal4.3/5

37 reviews

Very clean city

Indore is the cleanest city of INDIA and no doubt the roads were very clean and why its being rated as the cleanest city was evidenced by the actual visit to the city. It's a great place to enjoy the street food as Chappan is a great place to enjoy the Jhonny Hot Dog and also the Sarafa market for having the street food in the night time was amazing. I will rate Indore street food to be the BEST in the country with some amazing food offerings. Ujjain city has lot of temples and its great to visit these temples.

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Satya prakash singh

Satya prakash singh5.0/5

2 reviews

Good

Indore, being the cleanest city of India, is also a holy place of MAHADEV. This is obvious that tourists visit here in a large number. Accordingly infrastructure is well developed and this city is a people friendly. Indore's food is awesome and at reasonable price. The bhasam arti during morning time of MAHAKAL is the main center of attraction. You can also leisure around the river Narmada bank.

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Jain tirth hirnkargiri

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Best place for sightseeing - religious place

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Indore Overview

History of Indore

The city of Indore, located on the plateau of Malwa, is a commercial centre and Madhya Pradesh's largest city. Indore is said to have derived its name from the temples of Indreshwar and Indrapur. The founder of Indore, was Rao Nandlal Chaudhary. Indore changed hands several times from the Rajputs to the Mughals, and the Marathas, until they lost it to the British.

Things To Do in Indore

Indore has a beautiful natural landscape coupled with man-made historical monuments, especially those dating to the Holkar Dynasty. A landmark of Indore is the 200-year-old palace, Rajwada, built in a mix of French, Mughal and Maratha architecture. This monument built during the Holkar Dynasty, is a seven storey building with the three lower levels constructed in stone and the remaining floors in wood. Nearby, is a Jain Temple, the Kanch Mandir meaning the temple of mirrors.

Visit the museums - The Indore Museum, and the Border Security Arms Museum, at Bijasen Tekri, atop a hill, and while you are at it get your blessings from the Goddess Bijasen at the temple built in 1920. Shree Sansthan Bada Rawala, is the original home of the founder of Indore, housing a large library with as many as 28,000 books and artifacts.

There is so much to see in Indore.

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