An old ancient city with a modern touch, the city of Indore makes for a delightful visit. It is a rapidly developing modern city with most of the modern amenities you may require and also a bunch of historical sites preserved the way it has been. This article talks about some of such sites.

The commercial hub of Madhya Pradesh, the capital city of Indore is one of the quickest developing city in India. The reputation of the city precedes itself with its rich history, landmarks for sightseeing, cuisine and the local street markets. Indore is a great destination for a vacation as it has a perfect blend of the old and the new. It has great accessibility and while people flow in from all over the country, the Mumbai to Indore flight remains packed with business professionals travelling from one commercial hub to the other.  The city has a lot to offer to its visitors, some of which are mentioned below.

Lal Bagh Palace

Lal Bagh Palace is the finest building left by the Holkar dynasty. Reproductions of the Buckingham Palace entryways squeak at the passageway to the 28-hectare garden, where, near the royal residence, there’s a statue of Queen Victoria. The royal residence is overwhelmed by European styles, with florid and lavish lounge areas, an English library with cowhide rockers, a Renaissance parlor with tore couches and a Palladian ruler’s room.

lal bagh palace

Central Museum

Housed in a fine Holkar building, this historical center has one of Madhya Pradesh’s best accumulations of medieval and pre-medieval Hindu figures, alongside apparatuses, weaponry and copper-engraved area titles. Clashes occurred here amid the First War of Independence, the well in the greenhouse was harmed amid the battle.


Synonymous with the heart of Indore city, it stands today as a quiet witness to the past wonder of the Holkar rulers. This 200 year old seven-story notable royal residence of the Holkars is inherent a blend of Muslim, Maratha and French styles. The lower three stories are made of stone and the upper floors are made of wood, which made it extremely powerless against devastation by flame. Rajwada was smoldered three times in its history. Today just the front exterior remains. Late remodels have reproduced a portion of the old magnificence of this delightful royal residence.


Town Hall

Initially named King Edwards Hall, it was renamed Mahatma Gandhi Hall in 1948. Its building style is Indo-Gothic. Made in Seoni stone, its arches and staples are a milestone of Indore today. It has a four-confronted check tower in front, in light of which it is privately known as Ghanta Ghar. It is much of the time the venue for the different book and painting presentations, fairs and celebrations held consistently. The building likewise has a library, a youngsters’ park and a sanctuary.

Kanch Mandir

This Jain temple is a structural wonder in glass. The dividers, roofs, floors, columns and entryway handles are altogether decorated with glass. Indeed, even artistic creations are done in glass. On is an exceptional glass chamber which duplicates the three statues of Lord Shantinath, Aadinath and Mahavira introduced there into an uncertain number.