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The city reflects the modern developed side of Madhya Pradesh. Its close proximity to India’s financial capital - Mumbai, has definitely lead Indore into a more progressive path. Indore is also the largest city of Madhya Pradesh. The city of Indore along with the satellite towns of Pithampur and Dewas form an economically progressive region. It is here that you find the maximum numbers of educational institutes and centers of learning. Chhatris are one of the major attractions of Indore. These cenotaphs erected as tribute to the Holkar rulers and their family members are standing testimony to the great Maratha architecture. The Lal Bagh Palace is another attraction here. The construction of this grand monument began during the reign of Tukoji Rao Holkar – II and went on in three phases.

Eating Out!

Sarafa bustles in the night with plethora of food stalls offering the best chats of India, like sabudana khichri, aloo tikiya, pav bhaji, jalebi, malpua, rabdi and gulab jamun.

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Day tripping to Jhabua for a date with the tribals; omkareshwar and Maheshwar near Indore are a must visit; pay obeisance to the 'bada.


There are a number of shopping places in Indore. Even international shops and showrooms are present here. Indore is also famous for its cloth industry. Fabrics adorned with hand block printing, tie and dye and Zari work are some of the specialties of Indore. Maheshwari and Chanderi sarees are an all time favorite for the people residing here. Apart from this, there are also a variety of local crafts to choose from. Indore is truly a shopper's paradise.

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