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Madhya Pradesh is called the heart of India because of its location and has been a home to the cultural heritage of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Although the state came into existence in 1956 its ancient monuments, exquisitely carved temples, stupas, forts and palaces on hilltops dotted all over the state gives the tourists a vision of empires and kingdoms, great warriors and builders, poets and musicians and saints and philosophers. The famous Sanskrit poet Kalidasa and Tansen the musician from the Mughal Emperor Akbar’s court hailed from this state. The natual beauty of the state is equally varied, from the mountain ranges of the Vindhyas and Satpuras to the rivers of Narmada and Tapti, Chambal, Betwa and Mahanadi. With its spectacular ranges, meandering rivers dotted with hills and lakes and miles and miles of dense forest with its natural habitats and beautiful flora and fauna, make Madhya Pradesh one of the most sought after tourist destinations today.
Madhya Pradesh located in the heart of India is a popular tourist destination steeped in history and culture, which attracts tourists from all over the world. Begun in the 10th century its Hindus and Jain temples are renowned for their carvings or erotic scenes, most prominently Kandariya Mahadeva temple in Khajuraho with more than 800 statues.
Known as the Heart Of India, Madhya Pradesh is famous for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. The rich and exotic flora and fauna, historical monuments, fort and palaces and high mountain ranges surrounded by thick dense forests and National Parks, Madhya Pradesh has been able to allure tourists from across the world.
If you are fascinated by Wildlife then spotting the wild cats of Madhya Pradesh will be an exciting adventure along with a visit to the world famous Khajuraho temples known for their exquisite architecture and erotic sculptures.