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Indore

Indore is one of the major Indian cities and the commercial center of the state of Madya Pradesh. It is situated on Malwa Plateau and is popularly known as “Mini Mumbai”. Till date unity in diversity exist here with diverse population of Marathis, Sindhis, South Indians, Punjabi, Marwari’s, Rajasthanis and local population living in harmony. Indore is a perfect blend of ancient and modern lifestyle. Besides being a major financial center, over the period it has developed a strong industrial base. It houses two special economic zones: Pithampur and Sanwer. Pithampur, often called the 'Detroit of India', has many automobile industries and some of the largest pharmaceutical companies. Sanwer, on the other hand, has steel industries, including The Indo-German Tool Room. As Indore expands, it shares its border with two cites, Ujjain and an industrial town called Dewas. Moreover is also home to the prestigious Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Ujjain is one of the seven sacred cites of India, having many famous temples and is a...

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Indore
Indore is one of the major Indian cities and the commercial center of the state of Madya Pradesh. It is situated on Malwa Plateau and is popularly known as “Mini Mumbai”. Till date unity in diversity exist here with diverse population of Marathis, Sindhis, South Indians, Punjabi, Marwari’s, Rajasthanis and local population living in harmony. Indore is a perfect blend of ancient and modern lifestyle. Besides being a major financial center, over the period it has developed a strong industrial base. It houses two special economic zones: Pithampur and Sanwer. Pithampur, often called the 'Detroit of India', has many automobile industries and some of the largest pharmaceutical companies. Sanwer, on the other hand, has steel industries, including The Indo-German Tool Room. As Indore expands, it shares its border with two cites, Ujjain and an industrial town called Dewas. Moreover is also home to the prestigious Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Ujjain is one of the seven sacred cites of India, having many famous temples and is a major tourist destination.

How to Reach By Air By Train By Bus


By Air
Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport in Indore is just 10 km from city centre. Indore is air connected to major cities in India by public and private domestic airlines.
By Train
Indore Junction Railway Station is an important railway station in Western railway zone. It is well connected to all major railway stations in India.
By Road
Indore is well connected by state road transport public bus services. Regular bus services are available from Ujjain (55 km), Delhi (800 km) and Mumbai (655 km) to Indore Ujjain. 


Indore Hotels


Hotel Park, Indore
Hotel Park is ideal for backpackers who are looking for comfortable accommodation at nominal charges. Equipped with all the basic facilities, this hotel welcomes bothleisure... more
The Rajshahi Palace, Indore
The Rajshahi Palace is a budget hotel that assures a clean and comfortable stay for backpackers. The rooms of the hotel are designed and decorated as per the Rajasthani... more
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festivals
The popular festivals in Indore are Holi (February/ March), Ganeshotsava (September), Deepavali (October) and Rang Panchami, all are celebrated with much of enthusiasm and fanfare. Rang Panchami is a festival celebrated five days after Holi, during which men, women and children dance and smear color on each other. This is a very attractive festival coincides with March. 


Attraction points
» Rajawada
» Laal Baag Palace
» Bada Ganpati
» Kanch Mandir
» Town Hall
» Central Museum



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