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1 Devi jagdamba Temple

Initially built as a Vishnu temple, the Devi Jagdamba temple has beautifully carved erotic figures. The Garba Griha houses a stunning sculpture of the Goddess of the Universe. The temple also houses a beautiful image of Goddess Parvati, with the image of Mithuna.


2 Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Khajuraho

Kandariya Mahadev Temple has an artistically engraved shrine with over 800 images of women, most of which are more than 3 feet high. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has a shivalingam at the centre of Garba Griha. 
 


3 Kumbh Mela, Ujjain

The Kumbh Mela is one of the most extraordinary human gatherings on the planet. Held in India, the fair commemorates the legendary Samudra Manthan event in Hindu Mythology. The fair takes place only once in every twelve years for twelve days which are equivalent to the twelve years of the Hindu gods in the mortal world.
 


4 Mahakaleshwar Temple

The Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple, located in the ancient city of Ujjain on the side of the Rudra Sagar Lake in the state of Madhya Pradesh, continues to be one of the most sacred and outstanding places of pilgrimage for Hindus till date.
 


5 Gwalior Fort

Gwalior Fort is one of the most impenetrable fortresses located in the entire northern and southern India and is a place you definitely must visit. Situated on the top of a vast rocky mountain near Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh in central India, the fort comprises of a defensive structure and two main palaces.
 


6 Tomb of Tansen

Tansen was believed to create magic with his music and cause rains and even enchant animals by his music. He was a student of Mohammad Ghaus who taught him Hindustani classical music. He was a proponent of Dhrupad style and he developed the Gwalior Gharana style of music. 
 


7 Van vihar, Bhopal

Van Vihar was given the title of National Park in 1983. With it being declared as a National Park, it now operates as a Zoological Space under the guidelines of the Central Zoo Authority. The animals here are kept closest to their natural habitats. It is a haven for people who love nature. Wildlife enthusiasts cherish watching leopards, cheetah, Neelgai, panthers, etc. 
 


8 Lower Lake

Known as the 'City of Lakes', Bhopal has a great fusion of picturesque beauty, modernity, and classic and authentic architecture. It has two most beautiful lakes namely, Upper Lake and Lower Lake. The Lower Lake is also known as Chhota Talab.
 


9 Kanha National Park

A delightful town situated in the district of Mandla, Kanha National park is the haven of an exceptionally wide variety of wild animals, including the majestic creature tiger. Wide open grass plains with a backdrop of the city scrapers, scattered bamboo forests play host to a wide variety of wildlife and diverse birdlife with over 300 species recorded. 


10 Sanchi Stupa

Sanchi Stupa is a remnant of Sanchi's glorious past. Also a World Heritage Site, this stupa speaks volumes of Sanchi's rich cultural and architectural grandeur and the rich legacy of buddhist aesthetics.This stupa is intricately carved and has highly embellished walls and gateways.
 


11 Ashok Pillar, Sanch

This pillar was put up in the 3rd century and its structure is influenced by the Greco Buddhist style. A remnant of Sanchi's ancient history, this pillar still stands strong and appears newly built despite being centuries old. It also resembles the Sarnath pillar a lot.
 


12 Lal Bagh Palace

Lal Bagh Palace is class and grandeur personified. The palace is spread on a sprawling area of 28 acres and reflects the taste of the rulers of the Holkar dynasty.An example of architectural magnificence, this palace once contained one of the best rose gardens in the country. Although Indore has its own share of grandeur, this is one spot that you should mark on the top of your travel itinerary.
 


13 Kanch Mandir

Made entirely out of glass, this Jain Temple exhibits exquisite artwork on glass panels depicting the various aspects of Jainism. The intricate detailing on the glass reflects the talent and dedication of the artists.
 


14 Jehangir Mahal

Built as be a garrison and citadel for the Mughals to allow greater control over the Bundela region, this palace was completed in 1598 by Bharath Bhushan after he defeated Vir Deo Singh of Bundela.This place is a classic example of Mughal architecture. The domes are built according to Timurid customs and the gates or Iwans are large enough to allow entry of War elephants.