Marvellous Madhya Pradesh, the many splendored land is set in the very heart of India.
It envelopes you with the sense of a great past, as it bears the testimony of virtually all phases of Indian history.
Trace the glorious history through the majestic monuments that tell stories of empires and kingdoms, of warriors and builders, of poets and musicians, of saints and philosophers.
Madhya Pradesh resounds millions of memorable memories.
Colourful history of the State is situated with the exploits of Emperor Ashoka, the Sungas, Chandragupta Vikramaditya, King Harsha, Raja Bhoj, the Chandla warriors, the Delhi Sultan’s and the great Mughals.
Madhya Pradesh is steeped in divinity and has been an eminent centre of learning too.
Madhya Pradesh is a state with natural grandeur.
Vast plateau is broken up by the mighty Vindhya and Satpura mountains and is streaked by numerous rivers inclusive of majestic Narmada, Chambal, Betwa and Shipra rivers.
Eastern plateau is densely forested while in the west, the Malwa region is densely forested while in the west, the Malwa region is blessed with agricultural bounty with rich crops of wheat and cotton.
State has some of the finest game reserves in Asia, with largest assortment of wildlife in the country, ranging from big cats to exotic birds.
It is also the land for the pleasure-seeking, for those who are looking for solitude and tranquillity.
Its retreats are delightful for quiet walks, trekking and rock climbing.
Area: 3,08,346 sq. kms.
Population: 7,26,26,809 (2011)
Best Season: November to April
Famous For: Khajuraho Temples, Forts & Palaces, Wildlife.
Winter (January and February): 100 C to 290 C
Pre Monsoon (March, April and May): 160 C to 400 C
Monsoon (June, July, August and September): 212 C to 360 C
Post Monsoon (October, November and December): 110 C to 320 C