BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh… a state where there is a city of ponds, thousands of caves, Bhopali paan

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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BJP is leading in Madhya Pradesh… a state where there is a city of ponds, thousands of caves, Bhopali paan


Madhya Pradesh is no less than a paradise for those who love to travel. Here you will find small hills, sprawling plateaus and beautiful river valleys. Situated in the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh attracts millions of domestic and foreign tourists every year. This state is full of both culture and history. Its heritage is preserved in ancient and historical monuments.
There are magnificent temples, national parks and many wonderful places to visit, which makes it an ideal state for tourism. Places to visit in Madhya Pradesh include cities like Indore, Jabalpur, Ujjain and Gwalior. You must be wondering why we are talking about this state, so let us tell you, today BJP is leading in this state in the Lok Sabha election seats. Therefore, it is important for you to know a little about this state.

Nagpur was once its first capital

When the country became independent, Nagpur was made the capital of Madhya Pradesh. But in 1956 the state was reorganized. Madhya Bharat, Vindhya Pradesh and Bhopal were merged and Vidarbha region was separated. Since then Bhopal has remained the capital of Madhya Pradesh.

There are also Khajuraho temples here

A sample of the attraction of temples can be seen in the temples of Khajuraho. Out of the 85 temples built in the empire of Chandela Rajputs a thousand years ago, only 22 temples are still in good condition. These temples are very famous for their erotic sculptures. Tourists from all over the world come to see these temples. These erotic sculptures are made on the outer walls of these temples.

One of the oldest cave collections in India

One of the oldest cave collections in India

Bhimbetka caves in Madhya Pradesh are a collection of 600 caves. It is considered to be one of the oldest collections in India. It remains a center of attraction for tourists due to some of its amazing rock carvings and paintings. The interesting thing here is that people lived in some of the rock shelters here more than 1 lakh years ago. Let us tell you, these caves are also a World Heritage Site in India.

It has been the birthplace of many great people

It has been the birthplace of many great people

You will be surprised to know that Madhya Pradesh has been the birthplace of many great personalities of India like Chandrashekhar Azad, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Kailash Satyarthi and many other great personalities were born in this state.

Lord Krishna's school Sandipani Ashram is also here

Lord Krishna's school Sandipani Ashram is also here

According to the Bhagavad Geeta Purana, Lord Krishna, his brother Balrama and their friend Sudama also completed their education at the Sandipani Ashram in Ujjain and learned every lesson taught by Guru Sandipani very well.

Madhya Pradesh also has a connection with Jungle Book

Madhya Pradesh also has a connection with Jungle Book

You must have read a lot about the Jungle Book, but do you know that it is also related to Madhya Pradesh. Actually, Kanha National Park is one of the largest national parks in Madhya Pradesh and Rudyard Kipling's famous novel 'Jungle Book' is related to the forests of Pench Tiger Reserve and Kanha National Park.

More important information about Madhya Pradesh

More important information about Madhya Pradesh
  • There is a beautiful and prominent temple of Lord Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, which is one of the Jyotirlingas located outside India.
  • After Banarasi Paan, if there is a discussion about Paan anywhere else in the country, it is about Bhopali Paan.
  • Apart from being the capital of Madhya Pradesh, it holds a special place in the field of tourism due to its lakes.
  • Kumbh Mela is held in four places, and one of them is the wonderful city of Ujjain! This great festival is celebrated with great pomp every 12 years. So get ready, because the next Kumbh is going to be held here in 2025!


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