Indore is the largest city and also the commercial capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is set on the Malwa Plateau and lies just south of the Satpura Range. The administrative headquarters of the Indore District and the Indore Division is located here. Indore formerly used to be the summer capital of Central India.
Indore experiences a sub tropical climate with humidity. The summer months are hot and humid while the winter months are cool and pleasant. Rainfall is moderate. The ideal time of coming to Indore is in between the months of October and March when the weather is pleasant with little rainfall.
Indore is a popular spot for holidaying and hundreds of tourists come here. The city is known for its rich heritage and culture. Hundreds of tourists come to city to spend a wonderful vacation. Some well known points of interest in Indore are:
- Shree Sansthan Bada Rawala
- Lal Bagh Palace
- Krishnapura Chhatri
- Patal Pani
- The temple of Janapao
- Annapurna Temple
There is a wide range of hotels in Indore where one can enjoy pleasant lodging facilities at reasonable rates. There are local markets and shops which sell a wide range of handicrafts and local artifacts. The local dining spots serve varied range of mouth watering local delicacies.
Indore is also easily accessible. There is a domestic airport in Indore which operates a number of domestic flights. The railway connects the city with other major cities. Road transport is also well developed and links the city with various places across the country.