Discover the best top things to do in Indore District, India including Khajrana Ganesh Mandir, Sarafa Bazaar, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Shri Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga, Choral Dam, Pipliyapala Regional Park Indore, Rajwada Indore, Bada Ganpati, Gomatgiri, Annapurna Temple.
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Campus has group of temples and main temple is of Lord Ganesh.Shops are well managed and maintained, neat and clean too. Enough arrangement of parking and drinking water.
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To explore Indore's signature cuisine in its entirety, Sarafa Bazaar is perhaps an excellent place to start. A quaint jewelry marketplace at daytime which converts into a bustling street food court every night. Sarafa is the kind of place you'd love to go with friends or family to cherish veggie delights indigenous to Indore. There are plenty of delicious street food options on display. Still, noticeably the ones to explore are the bhutte ka kees, sabudana khichdi, khopra patties, ratalu, garadu, poha jalebi, dal bafla, egg benjo, hapus ice cream with shrikhand, malpua, rabri, jaleba, and kulfi. And while you're at it, make sure to stop by the most famous street food vendors in Indore like the Joshi Dahi Bada House, Vijay Chaat House, Nagori ki Shikanji, Rajhans ka Daal Bafla, and Kamal Coconut Crush. The late-night street food market is open daily until the wee hours of the morning and is considered entirely safe for visitors. It attracts nearly 3000 visitors every day, comprising both locals and tourists. You're more likely to eat to your heart's content here. Forget calories or diet and simply have the time of your life at this celebrated foodie landmark of the city of Indore. It's undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime gastronomical experience!
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Nice Stadium with great views, perfect for watching an IPL, just love the crowd here, great experience, definitely worth watching a match here.
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Incredible holy place of Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga. We reached there by hiring an auto from Ujjain. It took total 8 hours journey by an auto to & fro. Energetic place.
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Went boat Club for some thrill glad to know that they are having JETSKI which is a must it will give an adrenaline rush other rides were good also they are adding zorbing ball in next few days will visit then also. Now the boat club is having good water sports activity in this dam. end day with relaxing paddle boat a must GO place outside Indore and A MUST JETSKI RIDE !!
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It’s must visit place when u visit indore. Went there with the kids. They really enjoyed a lot. Nice place to b in on weekends. Madhya Pradesh tourism is also having water boats for roaming on the lake. Go spend a good evening there and let ur kids enjoy the visit.
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Also known as Holkar Palace, it is historical palace of raja maharaja, temple behind is must watch place, also can buy stuff from near by market .
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Better known for its size than antiquity, this temple houses perhaps the largest Ganesh idol in the world measuring 25 feet from crown to foot.
This is very famous temple in Indore. Ganesh Ji Height is approx 24 feets. You must visit this place.
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The Annapurna Mandir is a revered place in Indore and the religiously inclined must attempt to visit this place as well as Bada Mandir and Khajrana Ganesh Mandir. While Ujjain and Omkareshwar are well known and are Jyotirlings, Annapurna Mandir too is nice. The area itself is called Annapurna and is a fairly clean middle income locality of Indore. It boasts of a number of excellent eateries and shops and a visitor can easily spend an hour on this road. Coming to the Mandir itself, it is a fairly large and sprawling compound and has other deities as well. It is reasonably clean and on a normal day, not very crowded. Parking is an issue and road side parking for cars is a challenge on festival days. However, on any normal day, one can easily park in close proximity to the temple itself.
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