Indore : Pivotal role in the commerce of Madhya Pradesh

Strategically bordering five Indian states, Madhya Pradesh is a land immensely blessed by natural resources, well developed infrastructure, a huge reservoir of skilled manpower, politically stable environs, one of India's best developed telecommunication setup; most of all, an aggressive entrepreneurial spirit.
Indore is the commercial capital of the state and a hub for all major business activities in the western part of the state. Footmarks of the royal dynasty meet the pace of the business in Indore. The city is poised to become a software hub, for inclusion in that coveted category of software city. Its global presence is because of the new investment opportunities offered by the state, availability of qualified manpower, a strong foundation of infrastructural facilities and of course investor friendly policies of the state government.

Attractions: Indore & Around


One of the most historical buildings in Madhya Pradesh, built by the Holkars of the Maratha empire in 1776, Rajwada is renowned for its architectural brilliance and royal design that blends of Maratha and Mughal architecture.

Khajrana Ganesh temple

Built in 1735, extremely popular for housing the largest Ganpati statue in the world, the Khajrana Ganesh temple is a popular landmark in Indore.

Sarafa Bazaar

Known for its amazing street food options and amazing Indian sweets like rabdi, gulab jamun, jalebi and basundi and more.


Best known for the Maheshwari saris, introduced by Ahilya Bai Holkar 250 years ago, Maheshwar is a small town situated on the banks of river Narmada.


A site of extravagant festivities under the Mughal rule, Mandu, with its lakes and palaces was a pleasure resort. A testament to the love and romance between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati, it was founded in the 11th century by Parmar rulers who used it as their fort capital. There are several palaces, baths, attractive canals and artistically crafted pavilions. The rock-cut caves with enchanting paintings decorating the walls and ceilings are added attractions.


Regarded as one of the seven sacred cities for Hindus, Ujjain is an ancient city located on the banks of Shipra river and is one of the venues for Kumbh Mela. The temple town is also called Ujjayini or Avanti and finds mention in the Hindu epic Mahabharat, as the capital city of Avanti Kingdom. The Mahakaleshwar Temple, one of the 12 jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva is in Ujjain is a major destination for devotees.

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