What are the reasons that encourage you to visit Madhya Pradesh? The major reason is that it is the heart of India and is the home for rich heritage including verdant scenic beauty, stupas, exquisite temples, and several monuments. Mostly people visit this place because of the temples of Khajuraho having splendid architecture and carvings. You will love to visit the hilly areas of this state and you will see red sandstones and deep blue water pools around you. You can not resist your self. This state is the proud owner of over 11 national parks because it is mostly covered with forests.
Khajuraho - From the Mughal invasion up to early British reign in India, the Khajuraho temples were always unknown. In this century the Khajuraho temples were rediscovered and are the reminders of our rich and interesting past. These temples were constructed in the 10th and 11th century. The external and internal walls of these temples are engrossed with spellbinding stone carvings. These carvings display different moods of life like erotic and divine moods.
Panchmarhi - It is another enticement in Madhya Pradesh for the nature lovers and consists of mind taking sunset views, lush green forests, deep gorges and soaring peaks. Visit this place during summers and you will just love it. This place is filled with cascading waterfalls.
Sanchi Stupas - This place is best known for Buddhism religion. Sanchi is famous for various monasteries and stupas. You must catch the glimpse of Sanchi Museum, Gupta Temple, Gateway of Sanchi, and Ashoka Pillar.
The Bandhavgarh National Park - It is the natural habitat for different forms of flora and fauna. The wild life lovers will definitely love this place. It is a collection of different wild animals such as wild boars, Neelgai, dholes, chital, gaur, rhesus, leopards, tigers and glorious birds.
Kanha National Park - The Kanha Tiger Reserve was made into marks by Rudyard Kipling. This is considered as one amongst the finest and excellently administered National Parks all around the Asia. It is surely a mind blowing tourist attraction of Madhya Pradesh.
Temples - Madhya Pradesh is known for its collection of different heritage temples such as Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir, Gadkalika Temple, Kaliadeh Palace and Mahakaleshwar Temple.
By Air: There are 5 key air terminals in Madhya Pradesh which are situated at Khajuraho, Jabalpur, Indore, Gwalior and Bhopal. The passengers will get both private and public flights from these airports on daily basis. The 'Raja Bhoj International Airport' situated in Bhopal provide international flights to Bangkok, Sharjah, Singapore and Dubai.
By Train: The main railway station is at Bhopal and serves as the stopover for various important trains such as Bangalore Karnataka Express, Punjab Mail, Shatabdi Express, and Rajdhani Express. It is the major railway junction in the West Central Railways.
By Road: Madhya Pradesh is interlinked with an extensive network of State Highways and National Highways. These highways are very well built and maintained, thus allow nice road travel for the passengers.