Itinerary from Bangalore to Indore for 1 day

Day 1 of the Itinerary

Bangalore (Silicon Valley of India)Indore (Smart city with a Royal Past)

Stay time:7.5 hrs
  • Lal Bagh Palace

    Lal Baag Palace is one of the most spectacular buildings in Indore. It stands on the outskirts of the town, towards the southwest. It is a three storey building on the bank of the River Khan. The palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar during 1886-1921. Situated amidst dry and dusty gardens, it is architecturally quite similar to the New Palace. Lal Bagh Palace once hosted many royal receptions and even today, reflects the lifestyle and taste of the Holkar Rulers. You can visit the Palace between 10:00 am and 05:00 pm on nominal charges everyday, except Monday.

    Time to spend:
    2 hrs
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  • Annapurna Temple

    The Annapurna Temple, besides being a place for pilgrimages is also a tourist attraction. Dedicated to Goddess Annapurna, the deity of food the temple also houses the shrines of Hanuman and Kalabhairava. The entrance of the temple is adorned with four-life size statues of elephants, and the architectural splendour of the temple makes it a must-visit for all tourists.

    0.5 hrs
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  • Bada Ganpati Temple

    Bada Ganapati is better known for its size than antiquity, this temple houses very large idol of Ganesh measuring 25 feet from crown to foot. Bada Ganapati Temple is the most prestigious and worthwhile visiting places of India. Ganesh Idol is made up of Bricks, Limestone and soils.This place is tourist as well as for pilgrims for local people. People have lot of faith in Lord Ganesha and they come here for pray. He is considered as a God who is benevolent and most exquisite looking with the tusk of an elephant. In South India he is one of the most worshipped Gods.

    0.5 hrs
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  • Shri Omkareshwar Jyotirling

    Shri Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is 1 of the 12 Jyotirlingas which makes it a holy place & a must visit shrine for all Hindus. It's always flooded with the peace seekers & bhakts. It is on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river; the shape of the island is said to be like the Hindu ॐ symbol. A temple for true the devoted.

    1 hrs
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  • Chhatris, Indore

    The Maratha Rulers were skilled in the field of architecture. An exquisite example of their architectural style comprise of the Chattris of Indore. These chhatris are the cenotaphs built in the memory of the Holkar rulers. The memorials are built in stone and have stood the test of time. They stand elegantly on the banks of the Khan River. The cenotaphs are tombs built on the cremation spot of the Holka rulers near Rajwada. The Chhatris have dome type structure with pyramidal spires on top.

    0.5 hrs
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  • Sarafa Bazaar in Indore

    Indore's Sarafa Bazaar is the interesting fact that it turns into a street-food lover's paradise every single night (after 8 pm till way past midnight). Makers of traditional Indian savouries and sweets, and now the Western snacks also, line up their kiosks/carts outside each jewellery shop - their places remain fixed.There are some all-day permanent restaurants too, offering snacks and sweets. This night street-food market in Indore offers a huge variety of Indore's gastronomic specialties such as aaloo tikki, chhole-tikiya, dahi vada, bhutte ka kees.

    1.5 hrs
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  • Kanch Mandir, Indore

    The Kanch Mandir, as the name suggests, is a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. It is primarily a Jain temple and is a wonder in glass. The walls, ceiling, floor, pillars, doors, everything here is entirely adorned with glass. The charisma of the temple is further intensified with the delicately crafted Chinese lantern-type glass lamps and cut glass chandeliers. The interiors of the Kanch Mandir are just mesmerizing. The temple boasts of more than 50 murals depicting Jain stories. They also depict scenes of conversion to Jainism, torture of sinners in the afterlife and 19th century court life. The Kanch Mahal is quite different from all the other such monuments in the country.

    1.5 hrs
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