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The food city of India offers a little something to everyone. Indore's enriching history, fast developing pace and scenic beauty makes it an important city in Central India.
Set on the Malwa plateau, Indore is the land of the ancient Holkar dynasty. Home to a plethora of historical monuments and the famous Indreshwar Temple on the confluence of two streams, it is a bustling tourist destination. Well known for the Chanderi & Maheshwari silks, Indore is a delight for serious shopping enthusiasts.

The commercial hub of MP now routinely features in magazines as one of the ‘fastest growing cities of India’ and is the only Indian city to have both an IIT and an IIM. It is also your hub for visiting lovely spots like Mandu and Omkareshwar. Indore became prominent in the 18th century with the rise of the Holkar dynasty under Malhar Rao Holkar and his daughter-in-law Ahilya Bai, a celebrated temple builder. The Holkars’ Rajwada Palace lies in the heart of Indore but was destroyed in a fire in 1984. Just the façade is extant. Nearby, on the banks of the river Khan, are the Holkar cenotaphs. The Lal Baag Palace, a European-style palace from 1920, is now the Nehru Museum and has a collection of artefacts, paintings and antique coins. The Kanch Mandir or ‘Glass Temple’ is a 19th century Jain temple. Every surface is choc-a-bloc with inlaid glass. While in Indore, pick up MP’s renowned Maheshwari and Chanderi saris.

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"Indore - Land of Holkars."
reviewed on Jul 01 2014
Indore is one of the emerging city and Financial Capital of Madhya Pradesh, this city been near the state of Maharashtra is quite influenced by Maharashtra whether it be that it has been ruled by Peshwas and now that the city has highest number of citizens from Maharashtra who have settled down in this city. When I visited this city in February-2014 I loved the variety of food it has to offer especially chat like Samosa, Kachori, Poha & Jalebi, Bhutte(Corn) ka kish and many more. Trust me this city has to offer best chat and i personally recommend you try it when you visit this city. I also visited a few temples Bada Ganpati, Khajrana Ganesh Temple, Annapurna Temple, Kanch ka Mandir... Do visit them during your visit it will help you understand the city's diverse culture. This city has to offer quite a bit good Hotels for stay like Radisson Blue Hotel, Hotel Sayaji etc. You cannot miss to visit the Rajwada Palace and Lal Bagh Palace. In all you will enjoy your stay at Indore as I did during my visit and at the end one reminder do not forget the try mouth watering chats that Indore has to offer, Take Care.
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