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JABALPUR – THE CULTURAL CAPITAL OF MADHYA PRADESH

Jabalpur

Jabalpur is the third large city urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh. The old name of this city was Jubbulpore, during the British rule. In 2006, Municipal Co-operation renamed the city as Jabalpur which is a combination of Arabic and Sanskrit word. Jabal is Arabic word means ‘’Rock’’, and Pur means

INDORE – MINI BOMBAY IS INDIA’S CLEANEST CITY

The cleanest city of India

Indore, the largest city of Madhya Pradesh, is the education hub of the state. State’s first campus of both Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Management are positioned in this city. The finical capital of Madhya Pradesh owns Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange which is country’s third oldest stock

GWALIOR – THE CITY OF THE MOST MYSTERIOUS FORT IN INDIA

Gwalior fort

Gwalior, located 319 km from Delhi, was the winter capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh. This city surrounded by the industrial and commercial zone of neighbouring district Malanpur, Bhind, Banmor, and Morena. This city is the fort houses dozens of smaller structure water tank, shrines, temples, monuments, stand stone

BHUJ – THE CITY OF FOOD, HANDICRAFTS, SCENIC BEAUTY

Bhuj City

Bhuj, the Municipal headquarter of Gujarat’s Kutch district, was founded in 1510 by Rao Hamir. The first temple in Bhuj city was Swami Narayan Samprad Temple. In 21 July 1956 and 26 Jan 2001, the city was suffered great losses of life and property due to the earthquake. Many areas

VARANASI – THE SPIRITUAL CAPITAL OF INDIA

Varanasi

Varanasi holds the same significance to Hindus as Mecca is to Muslims and Jerusalem is to Christians. It is essential to understand that the Hindu faith has entitled seven cities as the holiest, which are also known as Sapta Puri. These cities include Dwarka, Kanchipuram, Ayodhya, Haridwar, Mathura, Ujjain and

GANDHINAGAR – THE GREEN CAPITAL OF INDIA

Placed at a distance of 23 km north of Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar is the new capital city of Gujarat with the tag of the cleanest city in Asia. Architect H.K Muwada planned the second planned city of India (after Chandigarh). The birth place of Mahatma Gandhi is perhaps the most beautiful

ANAND – THE MILK CAPITAL OF INDIA

Anand, the administrative centre of Gujarat’s Anand district, is known as the milk capital of India; it is famous for Amul Dairy. The head office of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. is established in Anand City. The city which is placed 35 km from Vadodara features Asia’s largest milk

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