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Cradled to the extreme west of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh in the quaint bosom of the picturesque Malwa Plateau and cuddled on the banks of two small rivers Saraswati and Khan, Indore the administrative command center of the Indore District has emerged as a thriving mini metropolis adorned with the classic cosmopolitan culture. Formerly a booming textile trading center and today flourishing as a successful industrial conurbation, Indore; the commercial capital of the state and one of the richest civics in central India is rightly bequeathed with the epithet; ‘the Mini Mumbai’. Honored to be the largest burghal of Madhya Pradesh, Indore resembles Mumbai in its trendy and elegant lifestyle and its potpourri of diverse ethnicity and culture. Blossoming as the seat of Holkars and planned and modernized under the patronage of Maharani Ahilya Bai Holkar, the historical urban of Indore derives its appellation from the name of ‘Indreshwar Temple’ nestled at the confluence of Saraswati and Khan Rivers.
Teeming with numerous historical monuments, religious sites and temples associated with the Holkar Rulers, the rapidly growing Indore City deemed as the most developed metropolitan of Madhya Pradesh wonderfully manages to synthesize both traditional and contemporary lifestyles in its unique cocktail. Indore jovially nurtures its grandiloquent times of yore and at the same time promises the swift stroke of dynamic modernization. Owing to its strategic location on the Malwa Plateau, Indore loaded with scores of interesting picnicking spots and tourist destinations beckons myriads of vacationers and voyagers all round the year. The pacifying cool breeze of daylight and the pleasurable and gratifying aura of evenings render the uplands of Malwa an exceedingly enticing and enamoring ambience. No wonder the poets have eulogized the ‘Shab-e-Malwa’ to no extent.
Indore, the fourth largest and greatly rewarding hub of cotton textile industry and celebrated all over the map for its Maheshwari & Chanderi Saris, Zari, Batik and Tie & Dye clothes, hand block printing, leather toys, jute and other local handicrafts and beautiful glass bangles is indeed a shopper’s delight. Not only that, justly reckoned as the ‘Food City’ of Madhya Pradesh, Indore, distinguished for its mouth watering chats, namkeens, delectable sweets and other lip smacking multi cuisine items is certainly a heaven for the foodies. What is more, the additional feathers in the lofty hat of Indore comprise the ‘country’s first toll road’ and the ‘first private phone network’ of India.