Madhya Pradesh, the Heart of India is a tourists’ delight with interesting geographical features and astounding monuments from the medieval age. Monsoon is considered a low season for tourism in India. So Madhya Pradesh Tourism is promoting the state to attract more tourists for monsoon. Tourism is promoting Mandu, Panchmarhi, Tawa, Bhopal, and Amarkantak amongst others.
Mandu- The City Where Love Blossomed: Known for its Afghan architectural heritage, Mandu or Mandavgarh, as it was known in medieval times, is an ancient fort city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The place is a large crumbling compilation of old buildings from the 15th and 16th centuries. It is located on the top of a large malwa plain surrounded by steep slopes. It is famous for the romantic saga of Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur, the unending tale of their love still haunts the place. The place mesmerizes you notably during monsoon when rains, cool breeze, and light wind make it a heavenly destination.
Pachmarhi-The Queen of Satpura: Nestled in the foot of Satpura mountain range, Pachmarhi is a beautiful hill station, known for its lush greenery and scenic landscapes. And taking into account its idyllic beauty, the place has been rightly nicknamed as 'The Queen of Satpura'. It is an all-round all-season hill station, but it comes alive in the monsoons. This is because many picturesque waterfalls dot areas around this town.
Tawa: Situated in the lap of luscious Satpura national park, the Tawa dam and reservoir is no less than a natural wonderland. It is settled on the banks of Tawa River, which is the longest tributary of the Narmada and provides a picturesque and pristine view for sore eyes. Tawa’s beauty is emphasized during the monsoon as everything you see is soothing and green, making it an ideal monsoon getaway,
Bhopal- The City of Lakes: Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh is a royal odyssey. The city has so much to offer to a traveler looking to explore its soul, sights, and sounds. It is a perfect amalgamation of various cultures and eras in its history, making it a perfect destination for culturally inclined travelers. And to top it up, the immaculate natural beauty of Bhopal hypnotizes its tourists round the year.
Amarkantak- The Birthplace of Holy River Narmada: It is one of the lesser-known pilgrim hubs in India, surrounded by the exquisite beauty of the Vindhya and Satpura range. It is the birthplace of the river Narmada and river Sone. Having a link to the rich aesthetic heritage and natural diversity, this unique destination serves as a quick hideaway for people looking for respite and seeking blessings.