Indore, a city that traces its roots to the 16th century rule under the Maratha Empire is located in the Central State of India, Madhya Prasheh. Indore is known for its architectural splendor, owing to it being the seat of the Maratha kingdom. Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar got several temples and monuments constructed throughout the kingdom.
Indore has a borderline humid sub-tropical climate with moderate rainfall. If you are someone with a religious interest then you the widely popular Khajrana Ganesh Mandir and the Shri Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga are two places that you can't miss. The Kanch Mandir in the oldest area of Indore holds exquisite Jain architecture and beautiful mosaics capturing intricate designs on the inside. The Lal Bagh Palace will surely give you a glimpse of the lavish lives of the Kings and is a popular tourist spot. The scenic Patalpani Waterfall outside the city is a great place to relax and admire the scenic beauty of the place. Indore also has great shopping malls and local shops that you should check out.
Indore is also the Centre for Madhya Pradesh's trade and economy advancement. There are several industries, businesses, financial institutions and education institutions set up in Indore that attract people from all over India to make their mark in the city. Indore is known for its delicious food, savory as well as sweet items. Sample Indore's special 'chaat', kachoris, tikkis, dahi bada, malpua and rabdi and definitely visit Sarafa bazaar if you're a true foodie.
Indore is well-connected with all major cities in India through air, rail and roadways. The city also has sound infrastructure and the buses, including BRTS which is a boon for residents of Indore. So for an all-round experience of historic glimpses and scenic enchantments do visit Indore for your next vacation.