Indore was founded in 1715 as a trade market on the Narmada River valley route by local landowners, who erected Indreshwar Temple (1741), from which the name Indore is derived. It became the capital of the Indore princely state of the Maratha Holkars, and it was the headquarters of the British Central India Agency and the summer capital of Madhya Bharat (1948–56) state before its incorporation into Madhya Pradesh.
Needless to say, Indore is a foodie’s haven. And the fascination towards food among locals becomes overtly evident every night at the ‘Sarafa bazar‘. As night falls ‘sarafa’ dons the avatar of a food court gratifying the gastronomical orgies of food fanatics. You can get mouthleaking options right from Poha, Dosa, Garadu, Pani Puri, Kachori, Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Malpua, Falooda, Kulfi and Lassi.
Ujjain is one of those divine lands in Madhya Pradesh where you do not just feel solitude but also sink in the divinity that calms your soul. The holy city hosts one of the largest religious gatherings in the world, Simhastha (Kumbh Mela), which takes place once every 12 years on the banks of the Shipra river. Also known as the temple town of Madhya Pradesh, the city is home to more than 100 temples and numerous pilgrimage sites of different eras. The biggest attraction of Ujjain is the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple. It is one of the 12 jyotirlingas, where Bhasma aarti is a daily ritual that you must not miss. According to ancient legends, the foundation of the temple was laid by the Lord Brahma.
It can only be termed as a blessing by the lords and mother nature, that Omkareshwar, the sacred island, is shaped like Om - the holiest symbol of Hinduism. Popularly known as 'Omkar Mandhata', it is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines in India.Pilgrims in unimaginable numbers visit the shrine every year.
Mandu is a celebration in stone, of life and joy, and the love of poet-prince Baz Bahadur for his beautiful consort, Rani Roopmati. Each of Mandu's structures is an architectural gem, like the massive Jami Masjid and Hoshang Shah's Tomb, which is believed to be the inspiration for the master builders of the Taj Mahal. Floating over its reflection, the Jahaz Mahal in Mandu looks like a ship that's about to sail. The grand palaces are still alive with royal romance while the gateways (Darwaza) speak about the history of imperial conquests. The legendary love story of Baz Bahadur and Roopmati gave birth to the construction of the Roopmati Pavilion and Rewa Kund. The abandoned ruins of Hathi Mahal and Ashrafi Mahal have interesting stories associated with their existence.
Reach Indore & proceed to Hotel. check in. fresh up. Sight seen Annapoorna temple, Kanch temple, Lal bagh palace, Rajwada. In the evening, enjoy Sarafa food. Night halt at Indore. (D)
After breakfast, proceed to Mandu. Sight seen cover Baz Bahadur’s palace, Hindola Mahal, Jahaz Mahal, and Roopmati’s Pavilion. Night halt at Mandu. (B, D)
After Breakfast via Maheshwar sight seen proceed to Omkareshwar. Sight seen at Omkareshwar. Night halt at Omakreshwar. (B, D)
After Breakfast, proceed to Ujjain. Sight seen cover Mahakal temple, Mahakal corridor. night halt at Ujjain. (B, D)
After breakfast, check out from our hotel. Sight seen cover Harsiddhi temple, Govind temple, Kal Bhairav, Ram Janardan temple, Vedhshala, Sandipani ashram, & Drop at Ujjain station. (B)
Includes 3 night twin sharing stay in Deluxe hotel, Breakfast & dinner, travel by private bus/car, first aid kit, guide charges and entry charges
Dinner on 24th, Lunch, Food in Sarafa bazar, Tips, Meals in the train, Camera charges, Train Travel to & from Indore & any other expenses which are not mentioned in package fee.
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