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Things to do in Madhya Pradesh

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Of Cultural Interest in Khajuraho
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The top 121 attractions in Madhya Pradesh

Of Cultural Interest in Khajuraho
Khajuraho Temples
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Whoo whoo, here we go! The famous erotic temples of Khajuraho are undoubtedly one of the most magical places on earth. It's amazin
Cities in Khajuraho
Khajuraho
(5)
Khajuraho is a fairly quiet town, the hotel infrastructure is limited, since its only attractions are the erotic temples nearby.
Villages in Orachha
Orchha
(6)
Orchha is a city between Agra and Kajuraho. It is a very small city and outside the tourist area of Indian cities. It has Jain tem
Historical Monuments in Gwalior
Jain sculptures in Gwalior
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After the tour of the grounds of the Palace of Man Singh we walked down a narrow road where we contemplated the margins on the slo
Palaces in Orachha
Jahangir Mahal
While crossing the Betwa river, you get to a large palatial fortress, and it is unlike any I had ever seen before, highlighting th
Historical Monuments in Jabalpur
Madan Mahal
The local name of the place is Dal Madan, in some guidebooks it is also known as Madan Mahal. It is a building built nearly a thou
Lakes in Jabalpur
Boat Ride at Marble Rocks
This boat trip is definitely a must if you come up here. You have to negotiate for a good price and you have to choose between sma
Flea Markets in Orachha
Flea Market of Orchha
This market is right in the center of Orchha, and is extremely colorful, and a place where you walk among tame cows and bulls. You
Temples in Gwalior
Gurdwara Bandi Chhod
TEMPLE SIJ: South of the temples, apart from television repeater, has built a modern Sikh temple, the Sikh Gurudvara, white marble
Temples in Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadeva Temple
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Kandariya Mahadeva Temple is the largest Hindu Temple and it's decorated with erotic sculptures, like most of the temples in the g
Historical Monuments in Orachha
Cenotaphs of Orchha
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In India the cenotaphs are challed chhatris and they can be found in Orchha, on the banks of the Betwa river. There, solitary, loc
Temples in Khajuraho
Adinath Jain Temple
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The Adinath temple in Khajuraho, is a Jain temple dedicated to Adinath. As in all Jain temples, you have to go without anything le
Airports in Khajuraho
Civil Aerodrome Khajuraho
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This airport is tiny. If the flight is delayed, ooooofff! The first room for weighing suitcases used a Roman, ancient weight. The
Of Touristic Interest in Jabalpur
Biking from Jabalpur to Marble Rocks
From Jabalpur you can get to the Marble Rocks in a couple of hours by road. If you go by bus it's better to think about spending t
Rivers in Pachmarhi
Dutchess River Spring
This stream ends a few tens of kilometers downstream in underground tunnels. I was told no one knows where it re-emerges. The begi
Historical Monuments in Mandu
Jahaz Mahal
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The magnificent fort of Mandu can't be missed if you are visiting India. Built in the tenth century by one of the many Rajas who c
Villages in Indore
Sunauli
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One of the things most exciting things about travelling to India is the unpredictability because with all the waiting in train sta
Temples in Gwalior
Sas-bahu Temple
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Sasbahu Temples (mother and daughter), are situated south of the Man Mandir Palace, dating from the IX-XI centuries and are dedica