You arrive in Indore today. This afternoon you will be visiting the Indore city. Indore is known as the city of the Holkars. The city was built by a Holkar Rani AhilyaBai, one of the famous queens of India. Here you will be visiting some of the famous historical monuments and religious centers – Rajwada, KanchMandir and BadaGanapati The Rajwada or the Old Palace is located in the old city; the building is a blend of French, Mughal and Maratha architecture. This 200 year old palace belonged to the Holkar dynasty. The KanchMandir (Glass Temple), which is a Jain mandir (temple), is a marvel in glass. The walls, ceiling, floor, pillars, doors are entirely inlaid with glass creating a stunning kaleidoscope of reflections.
BadaGanapati, 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. It was built in 1875. You will be staying in Indore tonight.
This morning you will be driving to Mandu. In the way we will stop and visit the City Dhar. There is a famous place called Jira Bagh Palace in Dhar we will visit there first. The day is fixed for the local sightseeing of Dhar. The places listed on our day itinerary include Bhojashala Mosque and Dhar Fort that are acknowledged for their historical significance.
And we will continue for Mandu that is covered with architectonic gems widely spread in the whole perimeter.
You will be staying in Mandu tonight.
Continue to explore the town of Mandu today.
The grandiose and remarkable architecture of Mandu makes it one of the places having the most impressive collection of Afghan art in India. Mandu is located in an evergreen plateau in the middle of lusting vegetation, surrounded everywhere by lakes and splendorous monuments.
You will be staying overnight in Mandu.
After having delicious breakfast in the morning, This morning you will be visiting Maheshwar. Maheshwar is a historical town on the banks of river Narmada known for temples, mighty fort-complex standing in quiet beauty, mirrored in the river below and distinctive hand woven sarees called Maheshwari.
After Tea/Dinner departure for onward connection.
Tour ends today.