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Madhya Pradesh :
Popularly known as the Heart of incredible India, Madhya Pradesh is situated in central part of India. It is the second largest state in India circled by other neighboring region like by Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. The state covers an area of about 3,08,000 sq. km and is blessed with a number of rivers, which enhance the agricultural aspect of the state. Bhopal is the capital of the state

City Travel of Madhya Pradesh :
Madhya Pradesh comprises of 50 districts and the pleasant beauty of the state offers a wonderful time to the sightseers. Some must-visit districts are:

Bhopal
The capital of the state was built in the 11th century and is one of the most historically rich and cultural lagoon of India.
Highlights: Moti Masjid, Taj Ul Masjid, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Rashtriya Manav Sanghralaya, Bharat Bhavan and Shaukat Mahal

Ujjain
This important heritage site located on the eastern banks of River Shipra in Malwa plateau.
Highlights: Jai Singh Observatory, Visit Mahakal Mandir, Chintamani Ganesh Temple, Harsiddhi Durga Temple, Kaal Bhairav temple and Kalideh Palace in Ujjain

Gwalior
The history of this city is full of the royal world and as such the place is flourished with exploring the palaces, forts and temples.
Highlights: Gwalior Fort, Man Mandir and the Sas-Bahu temples

Shivpuri
This district in Madhya Pradesh is filled with thick forests, palace and lakes.
Highlights: Madhav National Park, Madhav Vilas Palace, George Castle, Sakhya Sagar Lake

Jabalpur
Also known as "the city of the rocks." Jabalpur is located on the banks of the sacred Narmada River and surrounded by rocky hills. In addition to its great commercial area the district is also a popular tourist harbor.
Highlight: Madan Mahal Fort, Sangram Sagar, Rani Durgavati Museum, Tilwara Ghat, Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park.

Indore
Popularly called as the ' Mini Mumbai ' of India, this largest city in in the state is glorified with ancient beauty.
Highlights: Rajwada, Lal Bagh Palace, Kanch Mandir, Chattri Bagh, Bada Ganpati and Omkareshwar.

Amarkantak This pilgrimage center for Hindus is situated in the Maikal Mountains. It is the meeting point of the Vindhyas and the Satpura Mountain Ranges and the source of Narmada river.
Highlights: Narmadakund and ancient temples, Kapildhara, Mai ki Bagiya and Mahadev temple

Khajuraho
Widely known as the 'Temple city of India', Khajuraho has the intricately carved temples which symbolize tales of Hindu art and culture.

Highlights: Hanuman Temple and Brahma Temple, Chitragupta Temple, Lakshmana Temple and Matangeswara Temple, Chattarbhuj Temple, Panna National .

Pachmarhi is the only hill station in the central region of India. It is situated in the Satpura range and is 3500 ft above sea level. Pachmarhi comes under the Hoshagabad district and is called 'Satpura ki Rani'.

Sanchi - is a small villge in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh state in India. It is 50 km. away from Bhopal city and can be reached by road. Bhopal is well connected with other cities of India through air, road and trains. Sanchi is popular for its Great Buddhist Stupas.

Madhya Pradesh Wildlife Destination
The state boasts of a natural beauty, diversified in nature. The spectacular mountain ranges, miles of dense forests acts as an unique abode for a variety of wild flora and fauna. There are 6 national park and 5 wild life sanctuary in the state, of which Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National and PenchNational Park are the popular one.

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