The Second Edition of Madhya Pradesh's City Walk Festival is here!

Madhya Pradesh draws a large chunk of its revenue from the state's tourism industry. The state, in collaboration with India City Walks, is launching its second edition of the 'City Walk Festival’ in 11 major cities this October and November. About 100 walks are estimated to be held in and around the cities for both locals and tourists. The City Walk Festival is definitely the perfect opportunity to explore the state in all its glory. 

The central state is tagged as 'The Heart of Incredible India'. Housing various facets of our country, it is known to draw tourists for its splendid architectural heritage, grandiose structures, magnificent wildlife, culture, and food. The state attracts a sizeable foot-fall around the year. However, to further boost tourism and revenue, the tourism board has undertaken this initiative. 

Details of The City Walk Festival 

Madhya Pradesh


Cities: The city walk is said to cover a couple of states such as  Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Gwalior, Panna, Vidisha, Khajuraho, Chanderi, Jabalpur, and Orrcha. 

Subjects covered: It covers subjects like art, culture, history, food, textile, and spiritualism, assisting tourists to experience the best of everything!

Dates: October 12th, 2019- November 10th, 2019. The walks will take place during the weekends which will include a maximum of 2000 participants. 

Guide: Each walk will be headed by a local walk leader who will lead the participants. The tourism board has urged volunteers to spread awareness about the legacy of the state. 

The managing director of the tourism board suggested that this initiative is in the interest of making tourists aware of the state's inherent beauty, history, and heritage along with familiarizing them with its regal ambiance and rich culture.

Are you excited to take part in the city walks? Let us know if you're heading to the state in the comments below!

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