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Central India

Cultural heritage

Being in the middle of the country and as diverse as India itself, Central India is termed as the heart of India. The places in Central India retain a royal ambiance with old colonial relics and ageless monuments. The Central part of India houses some of the finest temples and national parks in India. Central India offers you the opportunity to see the Natural beauty with rivers like Narmada, Tapti, Chambal & Mahanadi. Apart from natural beauty, it also has man made beauty and its importance can be recognized as most of the UNESCO World heritage sites are in Central India.

Temples
The Central India is much finely known as the hub of spiritual destinations. Several schools of architecture flourished in the medieval Central India and there are hundreds of well preserved temples surviving today. The temples of this region exhibits a tremendous art. The famous temples are Amarkantak temple, Khajuraho temples, Mahakaleshwar temple, Teli ka Mandir, Taj ul Masjid and many more.


Gwalior Fort

Cultural heritage
The Central Part of India hallmarks the relics of ancient India. The region is the centre of art and architecture; there are various shrines and temples to experience inner peace and sanctity. A number of deserted palaces, several monuments all add to the cultural heritage of the region. The Sanchi Stupa, Bhimbetka caves, Gwalior Fort, Orchha village, Chanderi fort, Kawardha Palace, Ratanpur Fort and so on.

Wildlife
Wildlife in Central India attracts a large number of researchers, wildlife enthusiasts and tourists. Central India is known for its diverse topography, climate and vegetation that supports a host of wildlife. No wonder there are over 15 national parks and 35 wildlife sanctuaries here! Some of the most famous and significant wildlife reserves of Central India are Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Pench National park, Kanha Tiger reserve, Panna National Park,Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bori Wildlife Sanctuary and Indravati National Park.


Wildlife

Cities
The cities of Central India are a true reflection of the culture and commercial wealth. The diversity, day to day activities, the folklore, traditions and rituals of each city is its representative. Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh constitute the Central India; while Madhya Pradesh is known for its cities, attractions and temples, Chhattisgarh is known for its heavy forests and a large tribal population. Other famous cities worth touring are Kanha, Orchha, Khajuraho and Bhopal.




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