Best Place In Centre India

The very heart of India, Central India is a land of diversity. Blessed with alluring green environs, ferocious wildlife, the heritage of ancient temples, tribals who live in symphony with nature and other mystical pleasures, the central region of India spellbinds visitors. Central India tours comprise of the delights of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.


Architecturally, the temples of Khajuraho India reveal the art of Khajuraho, they followed a three- or five-part floor plan. The larger temples have an ardhamandapa (porch), then a mandapa (hall) leading to a mahamandapa (main hall) from where an aunterale (vestibule) led into the Garbha Griha (sanctum) containing the devta (god) or devi (goddess). An enclosed pradakshinapathar (corridor or verandah) runs around this sanctum.


The mighty Gwalior Fort was built in the 15th century by Raja Mansingh Tomar on a hilltop that overlooks the city. The outer wall of the fort stands two miles in length and 35 m in height. A steep road winds upwards to the fort, flanked by statues of the Jain Tirthankaras, carved into the rock face.


  • Jahangir Mahal – It was built by Bir Singh Deo in the early part of the 17th century to mark the visit of the Mughal Emperor, and is an important monument of this fort. It is known for its delicate work on one hand and balanced with strong masonry on the other.
    Raj Mahal – It is the second palace in this fort complex and is well known for its murals, depicting religious themes.
    The Rai Parveen Mahal – This is dedicated to the 17th-century poetess-musician, is the third palace within this complex and is set amongst well-laid gardens.


Sanchi stands in testimony to the golden Buddhist age of Emperor Ashoka. Today Sanchi is synonymous to the masterpieces of Buddhist art revealed in the age-old Stupas, monasteries, temples, and monolithic pillars. The monuments of Sanchi were built way back during the 3rd century BC to the 12th century AD.


Major tourist centres in the state are Amarkantak, Banjari Baba, Bhoramdev, Champaranya, Chitrakoot, Dudhadharimath, Indrawati National Park, Kangerghati National Park, Jagdalpur, Bastar, Danteswari Temple, and many more.