Madhya Pradesh

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“Heart of India”

Nicknamed the “Heart of India” due to its geographical location, Madhya Pradesh is the second largest Indian state by area and the fifth largest state by population . The state is sharing border with 6 states of India –  south-east border touches “ Chhattisgarh “, south-west border touches “Maharashtra”, western border touches “Gujarat”, north-west border touches “Rajasthan”, and north-east border touches “Uttar Pradesh”.

The exotic land is an intoxicating mixture of fort, palace, national park, wildlife sanctuaries, tiger reserves, temples, lakes, and waterfalls. From north to south, east to west, Madhya Pradesh is adorned with beautiful attractions. No matter what kind of traveler the tourist is, Madhya Pradesh can take their breath away at every turn of the journey. With the forest cover of 77,700 square kilometre area, Madhya Pradesh is deemed as number one in the country in terms of forest area. More than 80% of tourist footfall to the state is just because of nature and wildlife. There are around 9 national parks, 25 wildlife sanctuaries and 6 wildlife reserves in Madhya Pradesh.

Some of the prominent cities that should be visited on a trip to Madhya Pradesh are marked in adjacent map.

CapitalBhopal
Population75 million
Official LanguagesHind
Other LanguagesBhilodi (Bhili), Gondi,  Kalto (Nahali) ,Sindhi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati and Marathi
Best Time to VisitOctober to March
Temperature

Summer  (April-June): 40℃ -42℃

Monsoon (July-September): 25℃-35℃

Winter ( October-March): 18℃-28℃