Madhya Pradesh Tourism, Madhya Pradesh Travel Guide

Madhya Pradesh Tourism

Madhya Pradesh Tourism

Madhya Pradesh is gaining its worthwhile position in the India tourism map for being home to innumerable wildlife tourist attractions - Kanha, Bandhavgarh, heritage tourist attractions - Bhopal, Orchha, Mandu, Gwalior and religious tourist attractions - Ujjain, Sanchi, Bhojpur. Madhya Pradesh has bagged the best tourism state award in the year 2012. 

Madhya Pradesh (commonly abbreviated as MP) also known as Heart of India, is a state in the central plains of India. The name "Madhya Pradesh" means "central region", and derives from its geographical position. Madhya Pradesh was once the largest state in India unitl November 1, 2000, when the state of Chattisgarh was carved out.

Madhya Pradesh had remained a rather neglected travel destination, but in reality, it has a rich feast for those who seek prehistoric paintings, historic forts, religious erotica, or tribal culture. The natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh is spell bounding with the beautiful mountain ranges of Vindhyas and Satpuras, along with the meandering rivers Narmada, Tapti, Sone, and Betwa flowing through these ranges.

Madhya Pradesh is home to several wildlife travel destinations including Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Satpura National Park, Panna National Park, Pench National Park and others. The national parks of Madhya Pradesh gives unique opportunity to tourists to look at Tigers moving freely in the jungles. Natural lovers and tourists will find unlimited treat in Madhya Pradesh with places like Bhedaghat, Dhuadhar, Chambal, and Pachmarhi.

Travellers looking for history coming alive can visit numerous historical monuments in cities of Madhya Pradesh like Gwalior, Mandu, and Bhopal. One of the most attractive traevl destination for Madhya Pradesh is Khajuraho with its 9th to 12th century temples with numerous erotic sculptures around these temples.

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