One of the most popular places in Madhya Pradesh is Indore. Indore is one of the second largest cities after the capital Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. Indore is one of the cleanest cities in Madhya Pradesh and has been recognized by the Indian government for this. If you are visiting Indore, want to explore the places and also take a short trip, you can check out this list.
One of the most popular places for a road trip from Indore is Hanuwantiya. Hanuwantiya is in a pristine location and offers you a rich flora and fauna. One of the most popular places in Hanuwantiya is the backwaters of the Indira Sagar Dam. The route to Hanuwantiya offers you a calm view, a rich flora and fauna and a visit will rejuvenate your soul.
Hanuwantiya is about 140 km from Indore and can be viewed as a two-day visit from Indore.
Udayagiri cavesThe Udayagiri Caves, one of the most popular caves in Madhya Pradesh, about 240 km from Indore, is a religious place for Hinduism and Jainism fans. The caves are cut into rocks and there are about 12 caves in which pictures of Vishnu, Shiva and Durga are carved on these rocks. Explore the historical site where these caves were cut during the Gupta period and learn more about how people worshiped the gods during the Gupta period.
PachmarhiPachmarhi is the place most Indore people know. Due to its quiet location and surroundings, a natural bio reserve in Pachmarhi is home to leopards and bison. The top station is also known as Satpura ki Rani, which means Queen of Satpura. Pachmarhi is not only a UNESCO biosphere reserve, but also has a history associated with Mahabharata, where Pandavas are said to have stayed at this mountain station during their exile. The location of Pachmarhi is about 340 km away and we think a week off is a better time to visit Pachmarhi.
UdaipurUdaipur is the place where everyone knows that it is a city of lakes. Before that, we mentioned a lot about Udaipur in our blogs. The road trip from Indore to Udaipur is about 370 km from Indore and offers you breathtaking locations as it is covered by the Aravalli mountain range. Udaipur is aptly named Venice of the East and has lakes, palaces and wildlife that make it one of the best places for a road trip.
Pench National Park
As a wildlife fan, the photographer would not miss a visit to one of the national parks in India. The name Pench is derived from the nearby river, which flows here and also flows directly in the national park. The interesting thing about this national park is that it inspired the popular novel The Jungle Book. Discover the rich flora and fauna of this national park and take numerous pictures of wild animals here. You can also explore the park in peace as it is about 440 km from the city of Indore, where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the urban environment.
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