Madhya Pradesh, a melting pot of cultures
Madhya Pradesh tourism board invites Hyderabad to witness ‘The Heart of Incredible India’!
Madhya Pradesh tourism board invites Hyderabad to witness 'The Heart of Incredible India'!
Madhya Pradesh is a state that echoes the culture and tradition of India accurately. It is an unadulterated fusion of countless communities, castes and cultures which attract a major chunk of the tourists throughout the year, be it domestic or foreign. The UNESCO world heritage sites of Khajuraho, Bhimbetka and Sanchi are also located in Madhya Pradesh.
Yuvraj Padole- deputy director- Events and Marketing, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board shared the various attractions the Stare had to offer during a road show.
Madhya Pradesh offers an assortment of attractions to anyone with the love of travel. It is a state with the largest forest area cover of 77,700 sq.kms filled with Sal Trees and Bamboos. It is has variety of wildlife with 11 National parks and 24 Wildlife sanctuaries with newly added sanctuaries such as Sanjay Dubri National Park, Satpura Wildlife Sanctuary, and National Chambal Ghadiyal Sanctuary.
Madhya Pradesh is not only home to two Jyotirlingas Omkareshwar and Mahakaleshwar. Burhanpur and Bhopal exhibit the Mughal Architecture. Gwalior and Mandu are the some of the beautiful architectural sites, whereas lndrasagar, Gandhi sagar, Tawa and Bargi are the spellbinding water bodies. Cultural events like Khajuraho Dance festival, Malwa Utsav, Tansen Festival, Allauddin Music fest, Madhya Pradesh spares no effort to leave one in awe of culture and heritage. This only goes to prove that MP is most definitely the melting pots of various faiths, ethnicities as well as cultures.
The exciting calendar for visitors to Madhya Pradesh kick starts with "Pachmarhi Monsoon Marathon", "Go Heritage Run", "Cycle Safari" and "Adventure Activities at River Narmada" which are very popular amongst tourists.