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Things To Do Indore is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and dates back to 16th century as the trading hub between the Deccan and Delhi. From Holkar Dynasty to the British Raj, the city has been a witness to many battles and revolts. With beautiful parks, temples, majestic palaces, and great street food to enjoy, Indore has a lot of must-visit places to go to.

Gandhi Hall

Gandhi Hall

A beautiful town hall built in the Indo-Gothic style and made up of white and red stones, Gandhi Hall was designed by Charles Frederick Stevens and was built in 1904. It was renamed as Gandhi Hall after the death of Gandhi. Today, it is one of the major venues for cultural events and art exhibitions in Indore as the central hall has the capacity to accommodate up to 2000 people.

Rajwada

Rajwada

This iconic structure in Indore is popularly known as the Holkar Palace. The seven-floor building is a combination of Mughal, Maratha and French style of architecture. One of the amazing features of the palace is the massive wooden entrance covered with iron studs, which leads to the central courtyard and the Ganesha Hall, used for state functions.

Central Museum

Central Museum

Indore museum is one of the most well-known attractions of the city and is a must-visit for those who love Indian history, especially of Madhya Pradesh. The museum has some of the best collections of medieval and pre-medieval Jain sculptures in the state.

Patalpani

Patalpani

This place is famous for the waterfall, greenery and its scenic beauty. The iconic waterfall descends from a height of 150-200 feet and the beauty of the place enhances during the monsoons. Legend has it that the depth of the pond is unknown and it goes down till patal (Hindi for underworld).

Sarafa Bazaar

Sarafa Bazaar

Indore’s famous market is known for its gold and silver stores, but the bazaar undergoes an amazing transformation every night to become a foodie’s paradise. Vendors from the city line up their carts outside the jewellery stores and sell delicious street food. It remains India’s only market to be jewellery marketplace during daytime and turn into food court at night.