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Indore is a mini Mumbai and a major city for commercial use. This small Bombay is a city of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is just 190 kms away from capital of Madhya Pradesh named as Bhopal. As per available data, Indore is the biggest city of Madhya Pradesh. However, this city is listed in the 147th number in the list of the biggest city of the world. The ancient name of this city was Ahilya nagari.

Indore city is also famous for having two big institutes such as IIM (Indian Institute of Management) and IIT (Indian Institute of Technology). Some other popular education's centers of Indore are a unit of DAE (Department of Atomic Energy), RRCAT (Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology), Government of India, particle accelerators, R&D in non-nuclear front-line research areas of lasers, and related technologies. The nearest holy place of Indore is Ujjain, which is again is big tourist spot.

Ample of places are available in Indore for tourism. This rich cultural heritage city is allowing visitors to learn about the ancient time of the city. The historical monuments of the city are also best places to visit.

Tourist spots of Indore:
Chokhi Dhani: Chokhi Dhani is the Rajasthani heritage resorts on the outskirts of Indore. There is another resort known as Nakhrali Dhani, which is again a best spot for visitors.

Central Museum: Central Museum is also known as Indore museum. This is the place where many interesting things are available. The impressive building structure of the museum is the also best place to visit.

Chhatris: the architectures of the Maratha Rulers are also best things to watch in Indore. The Chattris are an exquisite example of architectural style of Marathas.

Lal Baag Palace: the next available place for tourism is Lal Baag Palace. It is the most stunning construction done in Indore. This palace is situated in outskirts of the city Indore. This palace is having good astonishing three storeys and located on the bank of the River Khan. The construction was done by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar, and the duration was between 1886 to 1921.

Kanch Mandir: This temple is entirely constructed of mirrors and glass. Another name of this famous temple is Seth Hukamchand Temple. The edifice of the temple was done by Cotton King Sir Hukamchand Seth in the beginning of 20th century.

Rajwada: this is the chronological palace of well-known community Holkars. The establishment period of this palace was about two centuries ago. It is situated close to Chhatris. There are seven storeys, which is again a good example of astonishing construction done in Indore.

Mahatma Gandhi Hall: this hall is also known as the Town Hall. It is the prettiest construction done in Indore city. The period of formation of this building is 1904 and was named as King Edward Hall. It was renamed in 1948 to Mahatma Gandhi Hall this was because of the revolution period of India. This remarkable building of Indo-Gothic style is made of Seoni stone. The clock tower in fa├žade is commonly recognized as Ghanta Ghar.

Nehru Park: one more place where visitors can enjoy being Nehru Park. This is the oldest square of Indore situated in center part of the city. The earlier name of this park was Biscow Park as it was made by Britons. The park was specially made for British people only prior to independence of India. The park was renamed as Nehru Park after independence. The beautiful gardening and amazing flowers and plants make this park more beautiful. The variety of roses and other facilities like library, children's hobby centre, swimming pool, battery operated cars and a mini train can be enjoyed in this park. 


By Road: connected with many major cities of Madhya Pradesh people can easily reach Indore through road. The National and State Highways are directly connected to Indore that people can use as road transport. The nearest cities of Indore are Barwani, Bhopal, Khandwa, Dewas, Ujjain, Dhar, Khargoan, Ratlam, Agar and Jhabua.

By Rail: Indore itself is having a big junction and direct trains are available from around the corner of the nation. It falls under the Ratlam division of Madhya Pradesh. The direct trains from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai are available almost everyday.

By Air: the airport situated in Indore is Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport. Many major flights of international and domestic airlines are frequently available to reach Indore. The directly connected flights are easy to get from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Raipur, Bhopal and Nagpur.

Few Interesting Pictures of Indore.  

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