Travel to Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Travel

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Madhya Pradesh Tourism

Madhya Pradesh is the largest state in India, covering an area of nearly 120,000 sq. km. Because of its an extensive forest area, Madhya Pradesh is not as densely populated as some of the other major states of India. The total population is a notch above 60,000, and Hindi is the most widely spoken language in the state.

Madhya Pradesh travel provides the visitors to experience the very quintessence of India's natural splendor, and rich artistic and cultural heritage. The state of Madhya Pradesh in the central region of India is an absolutely dream-come-true for traveling enthusiasts. There are a number of fabulous wildlife sanctuaries that house some of the rarest and the most sought after specimens of flora and fauna found in the Indian subcontinent. Madhya Pradesh is also the home to the breathtaking Khajuraho temples and has a number of old and historic cities. The wide range of handicrafts produced by the tribal population of the state make shopping in Madhya Pradesh a highly delightful activity.

The state of Madhya Pradesh lies in the central part of India for what it is often referred to as the heart of the country. Until the end of 2000, when Chhattisgarh was carved out of Madhya Pradesh, it was the largest state in India.

Madhya Pradesh has a rich history dating back to the period of the Maurya dynasty. But even earlier than that, Paleolithic men had painted the caves of Bhimbetka (near Bhopal) in prehistoric times.

The city of Ujjain, the capital of the Guptas, reached the peak of its glory in its heydays and its fame spread all over the world.

Many empires ruled over the region and left their sign of glory and wealth in the shape of forts, temples and palaces dotted all over Madhya Pradesh. As you travel to Madhya Pradesh, the land would invariably bowl you over with its archaeological splendour. You may end up romancing the crumbling stones where master craftsmen etched the moments of valor and passion.

LocationCentral part of India Borderd by states like: Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan
Latitude23.17° North
Longitude77.21° East
ClimateSummer - hot
Winter - mildly cold
Max Temperature37°C
Min Temperature10°C
Average Annual Rainfall118 cm
Capital Bhopal
LanguagesHindi, English
ReligionHinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity and others
Best Time to VisitSeptember to February
ClothingSummer - Cottons
Winter - Woolens

How to Reach Madhya Pradesh

Owing to the strategic location, Madhya Pradesh has an easy access with the rest of the country. You can approach Madhya Pradesh from any city in India by any means of conveyance- air, rail or road.

How to Reach Madhya Pradesh helps you with information to reach the state with convenience.

By Air :

Several airports are located within the state of Madhya Pradesh. Gwalior, Khajuraho, Indore, Jabalpur and Bhopal are some of the cities that have airports. All public and private airlines operate regular flights to these airports.

By Train :

Bhopal is the key railway station in Madhya Pradesh, which is served by important trains connecting it to the rest of the country.

By Road :

A strategic network of National Highways and State Highways interlink the cities of Madhya Pradesh to several other cities and states of India. NH 3, NH 7, NH 12, NH 12 A, NH 25, NH 26, NH 26 A, NH 27, NH 59, NH 69, NH 75, NH 76, NH 78, NH 79, NH 86, NH 92 connect the state of Madhya Pradesh with other Indian cities and states.

Shopping in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh promises a wonderful shopping experience.

In fact as you travel to Madhya Pradesh, you can't return without doing a little bit shopping in Madhya Pradesh so much is the attraction of its traditional handicrafts.

  • Bhopal
  • Khajuraho
  • Gwalior
  • Orchha
  • Kanha
  • Sanchi
  • Indore
  • Shivpuri
  • Maheshwar

  • Places to visit in Madhya Pradesh

    Last Updated on : September 14, 2013