Madhya Pradesh got its name because of its geographical position, being located in the centre of India. However, it's tagline 'The Heart of Incredible India' has more to do with the fact that it houses facets of the whole of India into this state. From the historical monuments to modern amenities, culture, food and people; this state gives a taste of the entire India packed within its geographical boundaries.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the few states that is surrounded by other states on all its side; it doesn't share its border with another country. The state of Madhya Pradesh lies in the plain regions of the country. It occupies one of the oldest parts of the Indian Subcontinent which was once the land of the Gonds called the Gondwana. Madhya Pradesh has beautiful cities, and historical places are here. One temple is in Indore famous which made of glass.
Ujjain is a famous place in the world as it is the one of the sacred city for the Hindus. Every twenty years the grand fair of Kumbh Mela is organised here. Madhya Pradesh is particularly famous for its Khajuraho temples which exhibit the erotic sculptures depicting the ancient India Kama Sutra text. The great Sanchi Stupa constructed during King Ashoka's reign is situated here in Bhopal. The Bandhavgarh National Park which houses the Barasingha and the Tigers reserve is also located here. Hindi is widely spoken here along with some tribal languages. English isn't strong in the outskirts of the state.
A wide variety of tourists places including wildlife sanctuaries, historical and religious places. Centrally located and well-connected with all parts of India.
Scorching summers in some parts. Overcrowded places.
Madhya Pradesh is perfect for history buffs and architecture lovers. Nice place for wildlife enthusiasts and adventure fiends too.
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