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5 Lucky Travelers Get to Explore These Mesmerizing Corners of Madhya Pradesh!

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Who said you can't get anything on this planet for free! HolidayIQ has chosen 5 lucky reviewers under the #ChaloMPwithHolidayIQ campaign to fulfill their dreams of visiting the exotic land of Madhya Pradesh. As massive as it is, the land of Madhya Pradesh remains quite underexplored. Known as the 'heart of India', it is replete with natural beauty and cultural heritage. Here are the places the travelers are going to explore.

5 Lucky Travelers Get to Explore These Mesmerizing Corners of Madhya Pradesh!:

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Day 1. Parsili: Home to exotic animals at Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve

Parsili: Home to exotic animals at Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve
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Parsili sits in the lap of luxurious Sal forests and is located on the bank of Banas River. It is located in Majhauli Tehsil of Sidhi district in Madhya Pradesh. Situated 20km away from sub-district headquarter Majhauli, it is also 60km away from district headquarter Sidhi.

The place is predominantly known for the Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve which sports a large variety of animals, namely, the Indian Pitta, rufus-treepie, sambhar, the spotted deer, tiger, civet and birds like racket-tailed drongos.

Things to do: Take a Jungle Safari go for a day camping at Banas River, go for the nature trek or go for the village tour.

Day 2. Rewa: The land of waterfalls

Rewa: The land of waterfalls
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Aditya shares on HolidayIQ, "People can visit Rewa fort which is a small fort with a river flowing behind it." Left incomplete by Salim Shah, son of Sher Shah Suri, Maharaja Vikramaditya decided to complete the construction of the fort.

Besides its rich history, Rewa is also known for its white tigers as the first white tiger was caught in this district. 

Sonu shares on HolidayIQ, "Rewa is a royal kingdom where there are 3 waterfalls: Chachai PrapatKauti Jal Prapat and Bahuti Jal Prapat Royal."

Places to visit: A giant statue of Shiva called "Bhairon Baba", Shilpi Plaza, APS University Stadium, the Venkat Bhawan and the Rani Talab Temple

Day 3. Panna: World's first white tiger safari is here

Panna: World's first white tiger safari is here
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Panna is famous for its diamond mines. it is fondly called the "Diamond City" for this reason. 

Well-known for its white tiger trails, Panna has a tiger reserve which is called Panna National Park. The sightings of tigers in Panna have fallen over recent years. Saranya shares on HolidayIQ, " At Panna though there are less number of tigers, I could spot one. The grass is short. So the tiger walks majestically through the grass."

Beautifully calm and serene with roll-on meadows dotted with evergreen trees, hills, forests, Husain says, "The hilly terrain makes it even more splendid with beautiful flora and an enchanting forest.

Places to visit: Panna National ParkAncient Temples that depict a fine blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture.

Day 4. Khajuraho: The heritage site of history and culture

Khajuraho: The heritage site of history and culture
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Keshav tells HolidayIQ, "Perfect example of our rich cultural heritage and world-class architecture." One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India, Khajuraho temples were built between 950-1050 AD by the Chandela Dynasty and depict various forms of meditation, spiritual teachings, kinship, wrestling, royalty and most significantly, erotic art.

Kaushik says, "Sculptures depicted on the temple wall reflect the purest form of excellence of those ancient artists."

Temples that are a must-see: Chausath Yogini, Brahma, Lalgun Mahadev, Matangeshwar, Varaha, Lakshmana, Parshvanath, Vishvanatha, Devi Jagadambi, Chitragupta among many others. 

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