- Madhya Pradesh is very rich in terms of historical tourist places. Archaeological material is available here from ancient times to modern era, which is present everywhere in the entire state. Many important materials of historical importance have been collected and kept in museums in Gwalior and Bhopal. Details of major historical and administrative tourist places. As follows-
(1) Khajuraho- Khajuraho is the first choice of domestic and foreign tourists in Madhya Pradesh. The crafts engraved on the temples here make anyone spellbound. The Khajuraho temple has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its classy and luxurious nature. Khajuraho was the religious and cultural center of the Chandela rulers. Its foundation
The famous Raja Chand Verma kept it. In ancient times this place has been associated with various geographical units, in which Chedi, Dasharana, Chandrakhali, Bukha and Jejakabhukti are prominent. The rulers of this place were the most powerful of the contemporary kings, they not only strengthened the Chandel kingdom with their muscle power and understanding, but also actively influenced the politics of North India for a long time. Khajuraho flourished under the rule of such powerful kings, who decorated it with skyscrapers. The statues of these temples include Chandelian, social life, costumes, hairstyle, clothing, entertainment,
Miscellaneous aspects of household, appliances and economic life are exposed. The Chausat Yogini temple made of granite stone is the oldest temple in Khajuraho. The presence of the temple here signifies that
Tantra philosophy had great influence before the Chandelas came into existence.
(2) Sanchi - 45 km from Bhopal. Sanchi, situated at a distance of 200 km, was formerly known as Kakanay, Kakanadabor, Boat Sri Parvat. Of Buddhist art in Sanchi during the time of the emperors Ashoka and Kushan rulers
Evolved. Ashoka had built three stupas here. This is why Ashoka's son Prince Mahendra and daughter Sanghamitra went to Sri Lanka to promote Buddhism. There are stupas, chaityas, pillar monasteries and four archways which have been constructed with stones on the hills of Udayagiri. The Great Stupa at Sanchi was built by Emperor Ashoka which was built in the 3rd and 2nd century BC. In between, his successors were completed and decorated. The second and third stupas of Sanchi were second BC respectively. And were built before 150-140 AD. Construction of Ashoka Pillar in 3rd BC Happened in It is considered as the outstanding pillar in the Ashoka pillars. There is also a Buddhist Vihara Gupta temple and archaeological bizarre. The Gupta temples were built in the fourth century AD, which are beautiful specimens of our early architecture and temple building art.
(3) Udayagiri Caves - Udayagiri Caves are about 14 km from Sanchi. Vidisha is on the way. Udayagiri is a small village. Caves are built on the hill of this village. It is 2.4 km in hilly range. The long
And the maximum height is 107 km in the northeast. is . These caves have been safe since 1951 under the Archaeological Survey of India, Bhopal Circle. A number of these caves were built in the tenth century AD.
(4) Gyaraspur - about 56 km from Sanchi. There are Gyarspur at a distance of. is . These caves are the remains of Atha Pillar, a huge temple of Vajramatha pillars from here to the fourth century AD. Vrajmath is one of the top class temples. There are three temples in a row, these temples have Jain idols. Very large here
The grand building is the remains of Buddhist stupas on the hill itself.
(5) Mandav- Madava was originally the capital of the Paramara kings of Malwa. It was captured by the Sultan of Malwa in the 18th century. The top of the Vindhyachal mountain range is situated at an altitude of 200 feet above sea level. From here the Narmada River looks like a streak. The romantic stories of Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadra are still in Mandav. The long palaces and the huge shelters have lost their form in the present, but the ruins also make their past feel. Places to visit in Mandava. Hussain Shah's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Ashrafi Mahal, Neelkanth Mahal, Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Bajbahadur's Palace, Rupmati Mahal.
(6) Gwalior - Gwalior, the capital of the Scindia dynasty, has not one but many places in terms of tourism. The most important of these. Fort of Gwalior. The fort of Gwalior was constructed in the eighth century and since then it has become one of the most protected forts in the fort. Other places of sight of Gwalior are - Maan Mandir, Gujari Mahal, Teli Mandir, Tomb of Mohammad Gaus, Gurudwara, Databandi Chod, Tansen's Tomb and Sun Temple are prominent.
(7) Orchha - Orchha, situated on the banks of the Betwa River, was founded by the Bundela ruler Rudrapratap in the sixteenth century. One of his descendants, Raja Vir Singh Bundela, built the magnificent Jahangir Mahal. The major scenic spots here are - Ram Raja Mahal, Rai Praveen, Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple and Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Orchha is frequented by domestic and foreign tourists throughout the year. A large number of religious tourists i.e. pilgrims also visit here.
(8) Bhima Bethika- Bhim Bethika, situated at the northern end of the Vidhya mountain ranges, is 40 km south of Bhopal. It is spread about 10 kilometers in length and four kilometers in width. There are more than 500 caves here, depicting the everyday life of the cave dwellers millions of years ago. Knowing what color they are carved on the inner walls of the caves, which is indelible even after millions of years. Bhimbethika
The credit of the discovery of the rock sculptures of Ka and the rock paintings available in them is the famous archaeologist Late Dr. Vishnu goes to Sridhar Wakankar.
He discovered this site in the year 1957-58. Here the game is a marking of war animals, birds, religious and individual paintings.