Sanchi

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1989, the Great Stupa at Sanchi is counted as the oldest but one of the best conserved Buddhist monuments in India. Built by one of the greatest Indian emperors, Ashoka, of the Mauryan Dynasty, the four elaborately carved torans (gateways) and walls of the Great Stupa depict the life and journey of Lord Buddha.

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Bhojpur Shiva Temple

Bhojpur is history cast in stone. Situated on the river...

Satpura Denwa Backwater Escape

Crusing on Denwa allows you to simply gaze in wonder at...

Bhimbetka Cave Paintings

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bhimbetka Cave Shelters are a...

Bhopal Jehan Numa Place

A rare and exclusive getaway, Jehan Numa Palace, in Bhopal,...

Buddhism around Sanchi

History is set in stone at Sonari, an ancient monastic...

Panna Tiger Reserve

Panna Tiger Reserve is also called the emerald of the...

Bhopal Thappa Thussi

Thappa Thussi is a traditional way of making jewellery by...

Bundeli Architecture

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Bundeli Folk Music

The Bundelkhand folk music and dance is mostly based on the...

Ceramic

Pick up your shopping bags and get ready to stock some...

Killa Kothi

Kila Kothi sits pretty on a hilltop and offers a...

Chanderi Saree

Chanderi fabric has its own charm and elegance. Earlier...

Pachmarhi Chasing Waterfalls

There are numerous waterfalls that gurgle down the cliffs...

Patalkot Chind Art

The traditional Chind Art is a popular art form that...

Patalkot Medicine Man

Although hard to accept in these times that medicines made...