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Tribal, Wildlife and Temple Tour of Madhya Pradesh

 

Tour code- DT-309/ TWTM

 

Destination cover-Delhi- Jabalpur- Bedhaghat- Dhindori- Gond & Baiga village- Bandhavgarh national park & the famous Khajuraho temple.

 

Duration of tour-8Night / 9 Days

 

Suggested itinerary

 

Day1- Delhi-

Upon arrival meet our representative at the airport and transfer to hotel .

 

Day2- Delhi- Jabalpur-

Morning take flight for Jablpur and upon arrival meet our representative at the airport and transfer to hotel near Bedhaghat , while boating on Narmada river enjoy the gorgesous marble rocks mountain of both side.

 

Day3- Jabalpur-Yogini temple- Dhindori (3.30hr drive- visit)

Morning visit the 64 yogini temple (10th c AD) and then check out departure towards Dhindori. Check in a clean comfort hotel at there.

 

Day4-Gond & Baiga tribe village- Dindori

Meet the Colorful Gond and Baiga tribes at their different village, full day excursion at their village hygienic lunch at the isolated tribal village, if permit enjoy the Baiga dance at there ( subject to available the drum men). Overnight at the same hotel at Dhindori.

 

Day5- Dindori- Bandhavgarh- ( 2.30hr drive) pm- tiger safari

Morning after breakfast drive towards Bandhavgarh ( famous for wild tiger on nature) , after noon meet the wild tiger on nature while roaming inside the national park over open jeep.

Overnight at the decent  resort at Bandhavgarh.

 

Day6- Bandhavgarh National Park/ open jeep safari

Morning and afternoon meet the wildlife including wild tiger on nature over open jeep safari.

Overnight at the same resort at Bandhavgarh.

 

Day7- Bandhavgarh- Khajuraho (6hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast check out and departure towards Khajuraho, check in a nice star category hotel and enjoy the light and sound program at the back drop of famous Khajuraho temple.

 



Day8- Khajuraho-

Morning visit the world famous Khajuraho temple ( 10-11 c AD, western group of temple , world heritage site by UNESCO) and excursion the language of love in the form of real ancient “ Kamasutra” with our expert. Also visit the eastern group of jain temples.

 

Day9- Khajuraho- Delhi/ Departure

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and board the day flight for Delhi towards your onwards destination with lots of sweet memories with you.

 

Note- We choose Bandhavgarh national park in our program , though it comes under deciduous forest and geographically suitable for animal world ( herbivorous and carnivorous) is the highest density of tiger population accordingly the area . it’s much sure to sighting of wild tiger on nature.

 

Bandhavgarh national park has been closed during monsoon ( from 15th June to 15th Oct , every year).

 

Permit and entry for this national park has been open 90 before , to overlooking the demand your early confirmation is highly appreciable.

 

Tribal Fair & Festival in Madhyapradesh 2017 2018
Bhogoria Festival 23rd Feb. to 2nd March
Navaratri 30th Sept.
Shiva Ratri 24th Feb. 14th Feb.

 

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Code Nr: 302/ MPCS

 

Tour Destination: This programme has special designed, which explore the culture, Heritage, spiritual touch with wildlife. which includes three world heritage Monument ( Bhimbetka, Sanchi & Khajuraho), Historical and Heritage cities like Bhopal, Ujjain and Mandu etc , holy ( Yotirlinga place) like Mahakeleswar at Ujjain, Omkareshwar, and one of the famous tiger sighting place like Bandhavgarh( chances of tiger sighting is 99% at there), nice hill station of central India – Panchmarhi with the great culture of Gond, Baiga, Bhil and Bhilalal tribal group and their non tourist isolated village.

Duration:- 19Night/ 20days

 

Suggested itinerary

 

Day1- Delhi- Morning train to Gwalior

Upon arrival Delhi there are connected  train from NewDelhi and Hazrat Nizamudhin railway station to Gwalior , which is 4 to 5 hr ( in the different times of whole days, our representative help you to board the train for Gwalior). Upon arrival Gwalior railway station meet our representative and transfer to hotel.

 

Or there are flight from Delhi to Gwalior  too.

 

Day2- Gwalior

Moring visit the 8th c AD, Gwalior fort built by Man singh Tomar, also visit Rang Mahal, Chaturbhuj temple , Tansen Tomb

Afternoon visit the Jai Vilas Mahal, Moti Mahal, Teli Ki Mandir and also excursion the Ancient Tirthankaras statue in Gopchal Parvat built by Tomar Kings in 1398 to 1536 AD.

Overnight at the same hotel at Gwalior.

 

Day3- Gwalior- Datia- Orchha (2.30hr drive+ visit)

Proceed to Orchha , enroute visit the Famous Datia fort built in 17th c AD by Vir singh deo heritage walk in the old town area of Datia and then proceed to Orchha, check in a nice hotel  Orchha.

Pm- visit the chaturbhuj temple in Orcha,

 

Day4-Orchha- Khajuraho (3.30hr drive+ visit)

Morning sight seeing of Orchha – sesmahal , fort , palace and then proceed towards to Khajuraho. Check in a nice hotel at there.

During evening enjoy the classic dance of India (Kathak) at Gurukul.

 

Day5- Khajuraho

Morning visit the famous western group of Temples and excursion the language of ancient  love and Romance on the temple wall (world heritage site by UNESCO). After noon visit the eastern group of temple tours .

Evening enjoy the light and sound program in the western group of temple premises. ( ticket should be booked in advance).

 

Day6- Khajuraho- Bandhavgarh (5.30hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast proceed to Bandhavagarh National park– famous for wild tiger on nature with lots of herbivorous. Check in a nice resort .

Afternoon meet the wild tiger on nature while on open jeep safari.

 

Day7- Bandhavgarh National Park

Am/ pm- 2 open jeep safari at this national park and meet the wild animals including tiger.

Due to deciduous forest and density of tiger population is more it is more chance to sight wild tiger on nature.

 

Day8- Bandhavgarh- Gond & Baiga tribal village- Dhindori (3hr drive+ visit)

Meet the famous ethnic group of central India Gond and Baiga tribe at their isolated non touristic village and excursion their life style. Check in a clean comfort hotel at Dhindori.

 

Day9- Dhindori- Jabalpur (2.40hr drive+ visit)

Morning proceed to Jabalpur, check in a nice resort near Bedhaghat.

Visit the 64 ( chausathi ) yogini temple – one of the four now present in India, it is circular open roffed temple in its niches it has 64 different form of Yogini –of 10 c AD,

Relax to eat candle night dinner outside in the garden .

 

Day10- Jabalpur- Panchmari (6hr drive+ visit)

Early stand up for catamaran boating on Narmada river along with marble mountain and visit the Dhuandhar waterfall, after breakfast check out and departure for Panchmari.

Panchmarhi- the only hill station in satpura hill range in central India.

 

Day11- Panchmari

Enjoy  the mouth watering picknic breakfast at befall ( famous waterfall) afternoon enjoy the nature on the lake site and visit the magnificient sun set point on the top of the hill station.

Overnight at the same nature resort.

 

 

Day12- Panchmari- Bhimbetka / Pre- historic rock selter – Bhopal  (3.40hr drive+ visit)

Morning proceed to Bhopal enroute visit the famous Pre- historic rock selter and rock painting at Bhimbetka ( world heritage site- by UNESCO) , and excursion the Paleolithic , Mesolithic   and Neolithic  age of pre-historic painting evolution.

Check in a nice hotel in Bhopal.

 

Day13- Bhopal- Sanchi- Udaygiri cave- Bhopal (total 3hr drive+ visit)

Morning drive towards Sanchi , visit the great Sanchi Stupa ( world heritage site-by UNESCO) , visit also Udaygiri rock cut cave- 4th c AD.

Afternoon walk near Tajrul hak mosque ( one of the tallest mosque in India) daily bazaar area , where the people are very hospitality and humble.

 

Day14- Bhopal- Ujjaini (3.20hr drive+ visit)

Morning proceed towards Ujjaini , check in a clean – comfort hotel at there and visit the famous Mahakaleshwar temple ( one of the famous shiva temple out of 12 yotirlingam), also visit the Harshidhi temple, bada ganesh temple and early evening join the holy arati of river Shipra.

 

Day15-Ujjaini- Jhabua- Alirajpur (4hr drive+ visit)

Morning proceed to Alirajpur , enroute visit the isolated real Bhil tribal village near Jhabua , excursion their life style , different house building style etc.

Check in a clean and comfort hotel at Alirajpur.

 

Day16- Bhil / Bhilalal Tribal village- Alirajpur

Meet the Bhil and Bhilalal Tribes at their isolated non tourist village and enjoy the traditional hygienic picknic lunch at their village ( but not mandatory).

Enjoy the Bhil tribal dance at their village ( subject to available drum men).

Overnight at the same hotel at Alirajpur.

 

Day17- Alirajpur- Mandu (3.20hr drive + visit)

Morning proceed towards the summer capital of ancient Madhya paradesh – Mandu Upon arrival at there check in a nice hotel on the side of lake. Afternoon visit the eco point and Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati palace.

 

Day18-Mandu

Morning explores the city of joy again, to visit the famous Jahaz mahal (The palace like ship) and hindola Mahal, as well as ornamental canals, bath and pavilions. Jami Masjid, and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb

afternoon visit the champa Baoli, Dilawar Khan’s Mosque, Nahar Jharokha, Gada Shah’s shop and house, and taveli Mahal and also ashrafi Mahal, hati Mahal and Dariya Khan’s Tomb etc.

 

Day19- Mandu- Maheswar- Omkareshwar (2.30hr drive + visit

Departure for Maheshwar boating on Namada river and excursion the Ghatlife near Maheswar palace , visit the Ahilyaswar temple ( built by Queen Ahalyabai holkar) heritage walk over there and also visit the Rehwa Weavers’ society . traditional lunch at a particular age old restaurant ( hundred of years it run by society) – but lunch is not mandatory it depend upon your choice.

Than proceed to Omkareshwar , check in a nice river view resort at there visit  shri Omkar Mandhata temple on the island houses on of the twelve Yotirlinga. Visit also Siddhanath Temple of 10th c AD. The 24 avatars, a cluster of Jain Temples and the Satmatrika temples.

 

Day20- Omkareshwar- Indore airport or Railway station ( 2.40hr drive+ visit) / Departure to Delhi or Mumbai towards onwards journey

 

Note-If  one can continue from Omkareshwar to Burhanpur then Aurangabad/ and visit Ellora, Ajanta world heritage site then to Nashik and Mumbai by road and then to departure from Mumbai towards onwards destination.

Note- 23rd Feb. to 2nd March 2018 there are Bhagoria Festival in Bhil / Bhilala tribe where the young unmarried tribal couple choose their life partner to offering sweet betel leaf and gift , which is very colorful to see this festival in the region of Jhabua and Alirajpur area.

 

Tour concludes:

Or one can reverse the program from Indore and concludes at Gwalior than to Delhi for your onwards destination.

 

Tribal Fair & Festival in Madhyapradesh 2017 2018
Bhogoria Festival 23rd Feb. to 2nd March
Navaratri 30th Sept.
Shiva Ratri 14th Feb.

 

For more detail description & best price please feel free to contact : info@dulcimertours.com travel@dulcimertours.com ,  jituguideorissa@gmail.com ,  or phone to us +91-9439050039



Madhyapradesh Tribal Festival Special with Chhattisgarh tribal tour





Central India Tribal Wonder ( Madhyapradesh Tribal Festival Special with Chhattisgarh tribal tour)

Tour code: DT-309/MPTT

Destination cover: Jhabua-Alirajpur-Mandu-Maheswar- -Jabalpur-Dhindori-Bhoramdeo-Kanker- Bastar-Jagdalpur

Duration of Tour:14Night/ 15Days

Bhagoria Festival date– In 2017- the date of Bhagoria festival is 19th to 24th Feb. 2017 in and around of different villages of Jhabua in Madhyapradesh.

Suggested Itinerary:

Day1- Mumbai

Upon arrival in Mumbai meet our representative and transfer to hotel.

Day2-Mumbai-vadodara- Alirajpur (4hr drive +visit)

Morning after early breakfast take the flight for Vadodara and then drive towards Alirajpur enroute meet Rathwa and Niyak tribes at their colorful weekly market. Check in a clean comfort hotel at Alirajpur.

 Day3-Alirajpur- Jhabua (2hr drive +visit)

Morning departure towards Bhil – Bhilal tribe at their village and  then meet them at the nice colorful festival place named as “ Bhagoria” festival.

Full day excursion the festival and at the evening check in a comfort hotel at Jhabua.

Bhagoria festival- Young unmarried tribal youth meet each other at that festival and offering to betel leaf to the copartner they express their love and then after they eloping from there. Very nice see them at the festival ground because they decorate them self to attract each other.

Day4-Jhabua- Mandu (4hr drive +visit)

Morning again in the different tribal village to excursion more about their life style departure towards the ancient capital of Malawa – the Mandavgarh famously known as Mandu/ after noon excursion the ancient monument  and overnight stay at there.

 

Day5-Mandu-

Full day excursion the ancient monument such as Jahazmahal, ashrafi Mahal, Baz Bahadur Mahal etc. after noon drive towards to visit the Gond village near by. And explore and excursion the life style of them .

Overnight at the same hotel in Mandu

Day6-Mandu-Maheswar-overnight train from Indore to Jabalpur (4hr drive +visit)

Morning drive towards Maheswar and during boating ( with boatman) in Narmada excursion the lifestyle of classic India at the river Ghat. Visit also rewa weaver society and excrusion the typical weaving method of Maheswari pattern. Heritage walk at to meet the classic people and ancient street , if possible enjoy the classic traditional lunch at the very clean and hygienic typical restaurant run by local community.

Then drive towards Indore board the night train for Jabalpur.

Note: Night Aircon train has very good sleeping coach with proper clean blanket , bedsheet, hand towel provide by railway authorities and also it save time and money too.

 

Day7-Jabalpur- Dhindori (3hr drive +visit)

Morning upon arrival at Jabalpur railway station transfer to hotel on the Naramada river fresh up there, visit the Dhuadhar waterfall, boating in Naramada river, after noon visit the 64 yogini temple at Bedhaghat. Then proceed towards Dhindori , enroute visit some ethnic isolated village.

Overnight at the clean and comfort hotel at Dhindori.

Day8- Dhindori (3hr drive +visit)

Meet the one of the colorful tribe of Madhyapradesh – Gond at their village and full day excursion their lifestyle , enjoy their typical dance ( subject to available the drum men).

Overnight at the same hotel at Dhindori.

Day9-Dhindori- Bharamdeo (4hr drive +visit)

Departure towards Bharamdeo enroute meet colorful Gond and Baiga tribes at their village. Check in a nice eco resort at Bharmdeo.

Day10- Bharamdeo

Morning heritage walk 1hr and visit different ancient temples and monument , also visit a typical Baiga village nearby meet the warm greet by the people, visit the Baiga dance there ( subject to available the drum men).

Overnight at the same resort.

Day11-Bharamdeo-Kanker (6hr drive +visit)

Morning drive towards Kanker enroute meet the Yadav people at their village. Check in a nice heritage palace and enjoy the royal hospitality by the local royal family.

Day12-Kanker- Narayanpur- Bastar- Jagdalpur (4hr drive +visit)

Morning after breakfast drive towards Narayanpur area meet one of the colorful Muria tribe at very isolated village, visit the Gutul house ( female dormitory) – and enjoy their Gutul dance (( subject to available the drum men). Also hiking the typical Gond village in core jungle area in Bastar region.

Check in a nice resort at Jagdalpur.

Day13-Jagdalpur- Dandami Maria village (3hr drive +visit)

Morning visit the most colorful Dandami Maria village and enjoy their Bison horn dance , excursion their lifestyle and their typical house style.

Afternoon visit the Tirathgarh waterfall and then return back to Jagdalpur.

Day14-Jagdalpur- Kanker (4hr drive +visit)

Morning early breakfast departure for Kanker enroute visit the famous RajMaria village their worship place. and Chitrakoot waterfall, visit also nice keskal ghat villages.

Kondagaon tribal dokra casting village and also iron casting village.

Check in again that nice heritage palace in Kanker.

Day15- Departure from Raipur airport (4hr drive)

Morning after breakfast check out and departure towards Raipur airport accordingly your flight time. Board the flight at there for your onwards journey.

 

Tour concludes

Note: For more detail of Bhagoria festival or division of Bhil , Rathawa, Nayak, Gond, Dandami Maria , Muria tribes and their lifestyle please feel free to contact with us.



Central India Special





Central India Special

Code Nr: 302/ MPCS

Tour Destination: This programme has special designed , which explore the culture, Heritage , spiritual touch with wildlife. which includes two world heritage site ( Sanchi & Khajuraho), Historical and Heritage cities like Bhopal, Ujjain and Mandu etc , holy ( Yotirlinga place) like Mahakeleswar at Ujjain, Omkareshwar, and one of the famous tiger sighting place like Bandhavgarh( chances of tiger sighting is 99% at there)

Duration:- 11 Night /12 Days

Day1-Bhopal

Upon arrival at Bhopal airport meet our representative and transfer to nice hotel. Afternoon if time permit visit the old bazaar area and evening the boating on the upper lake. Overnight at the same hotel.

Day2-Bhopal- Sanchi-Udaygiri-Bhopal ( 120km-3hr drive+visit)

Morning visit the world famous Sanchi stupa (world heritage site), then to Udaygiri rock cut cave (5th c AD, Gupta period, return back hotel, lunch and then after noon visit the city sightseeing of Bhopal.
Jama masjid, Moti masjid and Gohar mahal in chowk area. Overnight at the same hotel.

Day3- Bhopal- Ujjain (188km-4hr drive+visit)

UjjainMorning drive towards Ujjain , check in a clean comfort hotel at there and afternoon visit the Mahakeleswar temple , Bade Ganesh Jee temple and early evening join the holy arati of river shipra then return back to hotel.

Day4-Ujjain-Mandu (145km-3hr drive+visit)

Morning after breakfast drive towards to Mandu. Upon arrival at there check in a nice hotel on the side of lake. Afternoon visit the eco point and Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati palace.

Day5-Mandu

Morning explores the city of joy again, to visit the famous Jahaz mahal (The palace like ship) and hindola Mahal, as well as ornamental canals, bath and pavilions. Jami Masjid, and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb
afternoon visit the champa Baoli, Dilawar Khan’s Mosque, Nahar Jharokha, Gada Shah’s shop and house, and taveli Mahal and also ashrafi Mahal, hati Mahal and Dariya Khan’s Tomb etc.

Day6-Mandu-Omkareswar-Maheswar (190km-4hr drive+visit)

Departure for Omkareswar: visit shri Omkar Mandhata temple on the island houses on of the twelve Yotirlinga. Visit also Siddhanath Temple of 10th c AD. The 24 avatars, a cluster of Jain Temples and the Satmatrika temples. Then drive towards Maheswar. Check in a nice Ahalyabai palace afternoon visit the Rehwa weavers’ society.

Day7-Maheswar-Indore ( 80km- 2hr drive then Night train to Jabalpur)

Morning while boating on the river Narmada, view the activities on the river ghat. Visit the Maheswar and kaleshwara, Rajarajeshwara, Ahileshwar temple then after lunch drive towards Indore to board the night train for Jabalpur.

Day8-Jabalpur

Upon arrival Jabalpur check in hotel at Bhedaghat on the bank of river Narmada.
Jabalpur: – Pleasure resort and 12th century capital of the Gond kings and later the seat of the Kalchuri dynasty.Morning boat ride on Bhedaghat: Soaring in glittering splendour, the BhedaghatMarble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada as it flows through a narrow gorge. Also visit the stunning Dhuandhar Falls and the Chausath Yogini Temple. Overnight relax at the same hotel at there.

Day9-Jabalpur– Bandhavgarh National Park (190km- 4hr drive+visit)

Departure for Bandhavgarh, check in a nice clean and comfort jungle resort at there. Bandhavgarh: Tiger –spotting is virtually guaranteed at Bandhavgarh as it has the highest tiger density in India. This is where the Maharaja of Rewa found the world’s first white tiger. More than twenty-two species of mammals and 250 species of birds can be found here.

Day10– Bandhavgarh National Park

Meet the wild tiger and also other herbivorous on nature while jeep safari in the early morning and afternoon (please consult with your guide). Overnight in the same resort.

Day11- Bandhavgarh National Park-Khajuraho (240 km-5hr drive+Visit)

Morning again one jeep safari in the core zone of Bandhavgarh. Then after lunch drive to Khajuraho and evening check in the nice hotel and relax. If time permit visit the light and sound show at the western group of temple or classical dance programme at the auditorium.( both are chargeable).

Day12-Khajuraho-flight for Delhi

Morning excursion the language of stone on western group of temple at Khajuraho and explore the ancient visual Kamasutra on temple wall and also visit the eastern group of Jain temple. Afternoon board the flight for Delhi, then to your onwards journey.

Tour concludes:

 

What ever you want out of your trip we can tailor make an itinerary for you!!!!!



Budhist Heritage Of Madhyapradesh





 

Budhist Tour

Code nr: 303/ MPBT

Tour Destination: the city of lake-Bhopal, world famous Sanchi Stupa (World Heritage Site), the ancient men made cave of Udaygiri (Gupta king period).

Sanchi

A World Heritage Site( 46kms from Bhopal via Diwnganj), Sanchi is known for its stupas, monasteries, temples and Pillars dating from the 3rd century B.C. to the 12th century A.D. The Sanchi stupa was originally buit by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka.

A Chunar Sandstone pillar fragment, shining with proverbial Mauryan polish, lies near Stupa 1 and carries the famous edict of Emperor Ahsoka’s warning against schism in the Buddhist community. The four gateways of the Stupa built in the 1st c B.C. with stories of Buddha’s past and present carved on them are the finest specimens of early classical art.
The adjacent town of Vidisha and the 5th c A.D. Udaygiri Caves are also well worth a visit.

Duration of Tour: 2Night / 3 Days

D1-Bhopal

Upon arrival meet our representative and transfer to hotel and check in.

D2- Bhopal- Sanchi-Udaygiri-Bhopal (120km-3hr drive+visit)

SanchiEarly stand up and drive towards Sanchi, visit the world famous Sanchi stupa (world heritage site), if time permit then drive to Udaygiri rock cut cave (5th c AD, Gupta period where special attraction is the legend story of god Vishnu’s 3rd incarnation- Varaha depict there very clearly. Return back hotel and relax.

D3-Departure

Morning departure for airport to your onwards journey.

Tour concludes:

 

What ever you want out of your trip we can tailor make an itinerary for you!!!!!



Colorful MadhyaPradesh





BHAGORIA TRIBAL FESTIVAL : 2019

Date on Celebration : 15th -22nd  March 2019

Tour code no: 305/ MPFS

Place: Jhabua

Nearest airport: Indore (152Km/ 3.2hr drive) ; Vadodara(Gujarat)- 192KM/3.30hr drive

Nearest Railway station: Meghnagar (18km/ 30min drive) ; Ratlam Rail junction (99km/ 2hr drive)

Attraction of Bhagoria Festival: This particular festival celebrate by Bhil / Bhilalal tribe in and around Jhabua of western Madhyapradesh and it is a Marriage fair , so young unmarried Bhil tribal community choose their life partner ( from their own community) at this fair. The process of choosing is very colorful and interesting. The young unmarried boys offer betel leaf to the choice unmarried girl , if the girl receive it then marriage would happen …

Tour Duration : Accordingly our idea it is 2 week program but it may varied accordingly your final choice.

Suggested itinerary:  our Expert team would offer you the best suggested instant itinerary to based upon your final duration of tour based different ethnic villages combine with Bhagoria festival  with affordable price.

 

KHAJURAHO FESTIVAL OF DANCE: (February/March)

The Khajuraho Festival of Dance is a weeklong event held every year in February / March. It attracts the cream of Indian classical dancers who perform amid the temples in the western enclosure. Performances are open-air, with the floodlit temples as a back drop.

NAVRATRI (DUSSEHRA): (10th -18th Oct. 2018 )

The colourful Navratri Dussehra is celebrated both Hindus and non Hindus at Harsidhi temple( one of the great sakti pitha in India.

CHETHYAGIRI VIHARA FESTIVAL: (end Nov)

In late November each year, the Chethiyagiri Vihara Festival attracts hundreds of Buddhist monks and pilgrims to see the relics of two of Buddha’s early disciples, Sari Puttha and Maha Moggallana. The relics, originally discovered in Stupa 3 in 1853, are now kept in the Vihara and brought out for display during the festival.

SIVARATRI MELA: (4th March 2019)

Every February / March up to 100,000 Shaivite pilgrims, sadhus and adivasis ( tribal) attend the Shivaratri Mela celebrations at Mahadeo Temple, 10km south of Panchmarhi. The Festival commemorates Lord Shiva and participants bring symbolic tridents and plant them on top of nearby Chauragarh hill.

KHAJURAHO MUSIC FESTIVAL: (28TH -29TH November)

The Khajuraho music festival held on 28th and 29th November every year attract many classic music lovers in the enclosure of western group temples.

Note: each year the date of the festival remain changed ( except Khajuraho Music Festival) for more detail please feel free to contact us in advance.



The Heart Of Incredible India





 

Classic Tour Of Madhyapradesh

Heritage Tour of Madhyapradesh

Code nr: 301/ MPCL

Below we try to present a suggested itinerary in the name of classic Tour of Madhyapradesh (which start from Delhi-Khajuraho and end at Indore- Delhi/ Mumbai to the next destination. Which cover cultural part of Madhyapradesh such as: the temple of love and beauty – Khajuraho (world heritage site), the hidden place of Bundelas- Orcha, the Nabab city of lake- Bhopal, Buddhist paradise – Sanchi, Yotirlinga site- Mahakeleswar, Omkareswar, Historic city of joy- Mandu, the palace of Orcha, Maheswar and Indore. And many more.

Duration of Tour: 8Night/ 9 Days

Suggested Itinerary:

Day1 –Delhi- Khajuraho-

Upon arrival at Khajuraho airport meet our representative and transfer to nice hotel. KhajurahoAfternoon visit the western group of temple and excursion the language of stone and also watch the light and sound programme during evening inside of western group of temple. Overnight at the same hotel.

Day2- Khajuraho-Orcha (180km- 4hr drive+visit)

Early stand up to explore the ancient jain temple at the eastern group of monument at Khajuraho and then departure for Orcha and check in a nice palace hotel at Orcha. After noon sightseeing of Orcha. Orcha: literally the hidden place, once the capital city of Bundelas dynasty. Raj Mahal( superb murals), Raj Praveen Mahal(( near garden and Hammam, bath house). On the other side of the village, Dinman Hardol’s Palace( popularly known as Palki Mahal) etc overnight at Orcha.

Day3- Orcha- Jhasi- Bhopal (1hr drive+4hr day train+visit)

Morning proceed to Jhansi railway station and board the train for Bhopal and upon arrival in Bhopal (city of lake) check in a nice palace hotel on the top of hill area. Afternoon sightseeing of Bhopal – Taj-ul-Masjid( one of the largest mosques in India) walk near by the market and explore the activities of local and late afternoon relax at the upper lake of Bhopal.

Day4-Bhopal- Sanchi-Udaygiri-Bhopal (120km-3hr drive+visit)

Morning visit the world famous Sanchi stupa (world heritage site), The great Stupa of Sanchi, built by emperor Ashok, has become an icon of India’s cultural heritage. Then drive to Udaygiri rock cut cave (5th c AD, Gupta period where special attraction is the legend story of god Vishnu’s 3rd incarnation- Varaha depict there very clearly. Return back hotel and relax.

Day5- Bhopal- Ujjain (188km-4hr drive+visit)

Morning drive towards Ujjain , check in a clean comfort hotel at there and afternoon visit the Mahakeleswar temple , Bade Ganesh Jee temple and early evening join the holy arati of river shipra then return back to hotel.

Day6-Ujjain-Mandu (145km-3hr drive+visit)

Morning after breakfast drive towards to Mandu. Upon arrival at there check in a nice hotel on the side of lake. Afternoon visit the eco point and Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati palace. And many more….Khajuraho

Day7-Mandu

Morning explores the city of joy again, to visit the famous Jahaz mahal (The palace like ship) and hindola Mahal, as well as ornamental canals, bath and pavilions. Jami Masjid, and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, afternoon visit the champa Baoli, Dilawar Khan’s Mosque, Nahar Jharokha, Gada Shah’s shop and house, and taveli Mahal and also ashrafi Mahal, hati Mahal and Dariya Khan’s Tomb etc.

Day8-Mandu-Omkareswar-Maheswar (190km-4hr drive+visit)

Departure for Omkareswar: visit shri Omkar Mandhata temple on the island houses on of the twelve Yotirlinga. Visit also Siddhanath Temple of 10th c AD. The 24 avatars, a cluster of Jain Temples and the Satmatrika temples. Then drive towards Maheswar. Check in a nice Ahalyabai palace afternoon visit the Rehwa weavers’ society.

Day9-Maheswar-Indore (80km- 2hr drive)

Morning while boating on the river Narmada, view the activities on the river ghat. Visit the Maheswar and kaleshwara, Rajarajeshwara, Ahileshwar temple then after lunch drive towards Indore visit there lal bag palace. And then departure to airport for you’re onwards journey.

Tour concludes:

Heritage Tour of Madhyapradesh

Bhopal

The capital of Madhyapradesh, Bhopal is a fascinating amalgam of scenic beauty, a proud heritage and modern urban planning. An afghan soldier of fortune, Dost Mohammed (1708-1740) was the founder of existing city, which is situated on the site of the 11th century city , Bhojapal, founded by the legendary Raja Bhoja. The two lakes, Upper and Lower, dominate the city and form its nucleus. Bhopal represent a harmonic symphony of the old and the new. The old city with its teeming market places, beautiful Mosques (Taj-Ul- Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India) and quaint palaces still bears the aristocratic imprint of its former rulers.

Bhimbetka

A World Heritage Site( 46kms from Bhopal): Bhimbetka, is surrounded by the northern fringe of the Vindhya Mountains. The range is covered by huge rocks, and the discoveries here of over 600 rock shelters ( the largest group in the world) have revealed paintings that date back to the early Stone Age.
The rock paintings in Bhimbetka are executed mainly in red and white with the occasional use of green and yellow, with themes taken from the every day events of aeons ago.
The scenes usually depict hunting, dancing, music, horse and elephant riders, animals fighting, honey collection, decoration of bodies, disguises, masking and household scenes.
Animals such as bisons, tigers, lions, wild boars, elephants, antelopes, dogs, lizards, crocodiles, etc. have been abundantly depicted in some caves. Popular religious and ritual symbols also occur frequently.

Sanchi

A World Heritage Site( 46kms from Bhopal via Diwnganj), Sanchi is known for its stupas, monasteries, temples and Pillars dating from the 3rd century B.C. to the 12th century A.D. The Sanchi stupa was originally buit by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka.

A Chunar Sandstone pillar fragment, shining with proverbial Mauryan polish, lies near Stupa 1 and carries the famous edict of Emperor Ahsoka’s warning against schism in the Buddhist community. The four gateways of the Stupa built in the 1st c B.C. with stories of Buddha’s past and present carved on them are the finest specimens of early classical art.
The adjacent town of Vidisha and the 5th c A.D. Udaygiri Caves are also well worth a visit.
Khajuraho

World Heritage Site: The temples of Khajuraho are India’s Unique gift to the world, representing a paean to life, to love and to joy; perfect in execution and sublime in expression. Life, in every form and mood, has been captured here in stone testifying to the craftsman’s artistry and the extraordinary breadth of vision of the Chandela Rajputs. Architecturally too, the temples of Khajuraho are unique, being different from the temple prototype of their period. Each of the chief compartments is mounted by its own roof, grouped so that the highest is in the centre, the lowest over the portico, a highly imaginative recreation of the Himalayas, abode of the gods.
The Khajuraho temples were built in a short span of a hundred years, between 950-1050 A.D. in a truly inspired burst of creativity. Of the 85 original temples in Khajurabo, 22 still survive, constituting one of the world’s greatest artistic wonders.

Mandu

Legends of Love in the City of Joy, Mandu is a celebration in stone of life and joy. It is a tribute to the love shared between the poet- prince Baz Bahadur and his beautiful consort, Rani Ropmati. Perched along the Vindhya ranges at an altitude of 2000 feet, Mandu’s rulers built exquisite palaces like the Jahaz and Hindola Mahal, ornamental canals, baths and Pavilions. Each of Mandu’s structures is an architectural gem, some of them outstanding like the massive Jami Masjid and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, the architectural isnspiration for the Taj Mahal. The glory of Mandu lives on, in its palaces and mosques’, in legends and songs, chronicled for posterity.

Ujjain

Situated on the banks of the sacred river Shipra ( 55km from Indore), Ujjain , which sis the modern name of Ujjayini, abounds in temples, with ancient traditions. Desecrated and despoiled time and again, the structures that stand today are of a more recent date, renovated or rebuilt over the years.
The magnificence and the awesome spectacle of the bathing ritual at the Simhastha ( Kumbha Mela) defies description.
The temples form an integral part of the city and contribute to the continuity of Ujjain’s tradition of greatness. The most famous of these is the Mahakaleshwar Temple which houses one of the tewelve “ Jyotirlings”.

Maheshwar

It was a glorious city at the dawn of Indian civilization when it was Mahishmati, this temple town on the banks of the river Narmada finds mention in the Hindu epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata. Revived to its ancient position of importance by the Holkar queen Rani Ahiyabai of Indore, Maheshwar’s temples and mighty for-complex stand in quiet beauty, mirrored in the river below. Introduced into Maheshwar 250 years ago by Rani Ahilyabai, the Maheshwari sarees are renowned throughout India for their unique weave.

Omkareshwar

( 77kms from Indore): The sacred island, shaped like the holiest of all Hindu symbols, “ Om” has drawn hundreds of generations of pilgrims. Here, at the confluence or the rivers Narmada and Kaveri, the devout have gathered for centuryes to Kneel before the Jyotirlinga ( one of the twelve throughout India) at the temple of shri Omkar Mandhata. And here, the works of Nature complement those of Man to provide a setting awe-inspring in its magnificence.

Gwalior

A Living Heritage of Heroism, a multitude of reigning dynasties, of the great Rajput clans of the Pratiharas , Tomars have left an indelible etching of their rule in this city of palaces, temples and monuments. The magnificent momentoes of a glorious past have been preserved with care , giving Gwalior a unique and timeless appeal.
Gwalior Fort: Standing on steep mass of sandstone, Gwalior Fort dominates the city and is its most magnificent monument. The magnificent outer walls of the fort still stand, two miles in length and 35 feet high, bearing witness to its reputation for being one of the most invincible forts of India. This imposing structure inspired Emperor Babur to describe it as “ the pearl amongst the fortresses of Hind”.

Shivpuri

(112 km from Gwalior) Shivpuri is steeped in the royal legacy of its past, when it was the summer capital of the Scindia rulers of Gwalior.
Its royal ambience lives on in the exquisite palaces, hunting lodges and graceful, intricately embellished marble chhatris.

Chanderi

(127 km from shivpuri): chanderi, surrounded by hills, lakes and forests is very picturesque. The old Chaneri city has a number of Jain temples of the 9th and 10th centuries, a historic fort dating back to the Mughal period and several monuments of the Bundela Rajpurts. Chanderi also has a craft centre, famous all over india for its exquisite sarees and brocades.

Orchha

( 119 km from Gqalior; 16km from Jhansi): Orchha’s grandeur has been captured in stone and frozen in time; a rich legacy of the ages gone byh. The palaces and temples built by its Bundela rulers in the 16th and 17th centuries, retain much of their pristine perfection. Strewn around the area are little shrines and memorials, each with its own poignant history, each contributing to the nostalgic beauty of Orchha. The exquistite Jehangir Mahal, a tiered palace crowned by graceful chhatris is a must-see. In Raja Mahal and Laxminarayan Temple, vibrant murals bring the walls and ceilings alive. Also worth visiting and the Chaturbhuj Temple, Ram Raja Temple and chhatris on the banks of the river Betwa.
The sound and Light show at Raja Mahal in Orchha is a thrilling experience which takes you throught the pages of history. It narrates the discovery of Orchha by a king on hunt and rise and fall of the mighty kins, great battles, saucy romances and feats of valour.

Chitrakoot

(175 km from Khajuraho; 78km from Satna): Chitrakoot, “ the hill of many wonders”, nestles peacefully in the northern region of the Vindhyas. It is a place of tranquil forest glades, quiet rivers and streams, where calm and repose pervade. Chirakoot also has a spiritual legacy that stretches back to the legendary ages; it was in the forests of Chitrakoot that Rama and Sita spent 11 of their 14 years of exile.

 

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Tiger Safari Of Madhyapradesh





Wild Life Tour Madhyapradesh

Code no: 304/ MPWL

Tour Destination: This itinerary has special designed for nature and wildlife lover. Which cover two national Park- Bandhavgarh and Kanha. This is called the bank of Tiger on nature in India. For more relax and chances of sighting we put three each safari per National Park.

Duration of Tour: 5 Night / 6 Days

Suggested itinerary

D1-Delhi-connecting flight to  Khajuraho

Upon arrival at Khajuraho airport meet our representative and transfer to hotel. Note: if you interested, afternoon visit the western group of temple, famous for live Kamasutra statue of chandella dynasty period -the poetry of love on temple wall. (Famous for worldwide).

 

Note: one can start program from Jabalpur also , connecting flight from Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal etc.

D2-Khajuraho- Bandhavgarh National Park (4hr Drive + Visit)

Morning after early breakfast drive towards Bandhavgarh National Park. Check in a nice resort. Afternoon meet the wild tiger on nature while open jeep safari in side of the park( Jeep safari is safe in the park).

D3-Bandhavgarh National Park

Meet the wild animal (tiger) on nature while on jeep safari during early morning and afternoon –after finishing two more safari rest and relax at the resort.

D4-Bandhavgarh- Kanha National Park (5hr Drive+ Visit)

Morning drive towards Kanha national Park, check in a nice resort near the entry gate. Afternoon open jeep safari in side of the park.

D5-Kanha National ParkMeet the wild animal (tiger) on nature while on jeep safari during early morning and afternoon –after finishing two more safari rest and relax at the resort.

D6-Kanha National Park- Jabalpur- Departure

Morning departure to Jabalpur (4hr drive) airport for your onwards journey.

Note: The above two national park have been closed from 1st July to 31st Oct. Owing to the monsoons every year. Although it’s possible to see wildlife throughout the season, sightings increase as the weather gets hotter in March and April and the animals move out of the tree cover in search of water.

Tour concludes:

Note: This year we have introduced 1- Tadoba National Park (sighting of wild tiger on nature 95%) in our program. For more about Tadoba National Park please visit our The Tiger’s Heaven page

2- Gir National park ( famous for wild Asiatic lion on nature) in Gujarat

3-Bera Wildlife Santury (famous For wild leopard on nature) in southern Rajasthan. For more please visit our Bera wild leopard page.

Kanha national park

Kanha National Park: -(160km from Jabalpur)  It is one of India’s largest national parks, covering 1945 sq km including a “Core zone” 940 sq km. Due to project tiger, local awareness and a policy of wildlife management over the past 30 years has seen a steady increase in the numbers of tigers and leopards, as well as sambar, spotted deer, swamp deer and gaur (Indian bison). At the last census the tiger population was 133 and leopards numbered 107. There’s a good chance of sighting tigers, gaur and herbivores,
Besides this, there are some 200 species of birds, making Kanha a bird watcher’s paradise. A project Tiger Reserve harboring and abundance of wildlife species, Kanha enjoys the status of a well-maintained and tourist-friendly National Park.

Nearest Airport: Jabalpur 170km ( is connect with Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal)

Nearest Railway Station– Gondia 145km; Jabalpur-165km

Best time to visit: Nov.  to June

Closing  of the National Park:-   July   to Oct.

Entry Point : Mukki gate and Kathia gate

Booking of safari: on line booking open 120 days in advance.

Safari By: open hued maruti jeep with jungle guide ( Mandatory; provide by forest department at the entrance gate- chargeable)// maximum no. of Guests per safari jeep-6 pax( excluding driver and Jungle guide)

Accommodation: eco resorts and eco tented accommodation near Mukki Gate and Kathia gate

Due to limited accommodation to avoid the rush please book in advance.

Bandhavgarh national park

Bandhavgarh National Park (190km from Jabalpur; 237 km from Khajuraho):  is one place where you can be almost certain of seeing a tiger in its natural habitat. Stretching over 448 sq km. Bandhavgarh National Park is rich in other forms of wildlife like deer, leopard, sambar and wild boar. It is equally rich in bird life, home to over 200 species. Dominating Bandhavgarh National Park area is the Bandhavgarh Fort. Scattered throughout the park and particularly around the fort, are numerous caves containing shrines and ancient Sanskrit inscriptions.

Nearest Airport: Jabalpur 165km-  ( is connect with Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal)

Nearest Railway Station– Umaria-35km (1hr drive); Katni-100km (2hr drive)

Best time to visit: Nov to June

Closing  of the National Park:- July- Oct.

Entry Point : Tala Gate

Booking of safari: on line booking open 120 days in advance.

Safari By: open hued maruti jeep with jungle guide ( Mandatory; provide by forest department at the entrance gate- chargeable)// maximum no. of Guests per safari jeep-6 pax ( excluding driver and Jungle guide)

Accommodation: eco resorts and eco tent with luxury accommodation also near Tala gate

Due to limited accommodation to avoid the rush please book in advance.

Do

Don’t

Keep mineral water while hiking Walk or drive night time in core area
Keep mosquito repellent Take any arms and weapons
Keep silence Take Crackles and music system
Use green or grey color cloth and cap while hiking. Feed the wild animal, birds and reptile
Keep binocular and camera Disturb the animal, birds and reptile
Keep proper permit and entry document Use plastic
Keep blanket while safari in winter Mimicries  the animal and birds

 

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